Poland is planning on using the newly acquired recognition given by co-organizing the Euro 2012 sports even to boost a quite profitable tourism segment – health and medical services.
According to TravelSuermarket, England qualification into the Euro 2012’s quarter finals causes an incredible uplift in flights to Ukraine and Poland.
Despite the warnings of British newspapers, foreign football visitors coming to Ukraine have seen nothing but a holiday of football and friendly people.
The UEFA Euro 2012 football competition has generated a massive increase in the number of people traveling to Ukraine, with over 300,000 visitors crossing the Ukrainian border.
With the long awaited Euro 2012 just a couple of days away, Kiev’s main square converts into a lively “fun zone” for all football fans out there eager to be part of the 2012 European Football Championship’s exhilaration.
Football fans visiting Poland for the Euro 2012, be sure to stuff a bit of extra cash in your luggage; with thousands of football fans expected to visit the country in order to take in one or more of the 15 matches to be hosted there, hotels are responding by raising rates exorbitantly.
Recently available for smartphones, Zozulica App comes to boost the spirits for the 2012 European Football Championship, allowing fans to support their favorite teams.
Ukraine has prepared for the EURO 2012 with a brand new terminal at Donetsk international airport, as well as renovations on airports in Kiev, Boryspil and Zhuliany.
Four explosions have rocked the city of Dnipropetrovsk (formerly Yekaterinoslav), Ukraine’s fourth largest city, yet not one of the cities that will host major soccer games during Euro 2012.
Many musical, cultural and sport events take place in Kiev every year, but 2012 takes the cream. Check out some of the top reasons to visit Kiev this year.
UEFA President Michel Platini and Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych oversaw the grand opening of the International terminal at Lviv Danylo Halytskyi airport this week. Platini, offering words of admiration and encouragment over Ukraine’s efforts at hosting EURO 2012, told reporters on the scene the country’s efforts were nothing short of astounding.
England’s football team faces the prospect of playing in half-empty stadiums in this summer’s European Football Championships after UEFA admitted that many fans are unable to travel to the Ukraine due to extortionate hotel room rates.
In news from Ukraine and the upcoming 2012 European Championships, organizers are concerned with keeping down hospitality prices for the coming wave of travelers headed East. Along with integrating their efforts with those of sister venues in Poland, soccer fans being fleeced seems to be tops on the agenda of late. But is the concern already too late and too little?
Poland is facing a race against time to get itself ready for this summer’s Euro 2012 football championships with delays to key motorway projects and the new National Stadium in Warsaw threatening to derail the prestigious event ahead of its June 8 kick off.
The team at hotel reservation website www.booked.net guides you to their pick of the top 10 sites to see in Kyiv.