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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.
What does this city offer beyond the attraction of stag parties? The answer is a huge amount of culture and a fascinating history.
According to the news from Azerbaijan, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski met with Azerbaijani Parliament Speaker Oktay Asadov today to further strengthen those nations’ ties. The meeting in Baku, Komorowski’s first stop on a trou that covers Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia, was primarily focused toward Poland’s interests in Azerbeijan’s energy sector.
The National Tourism Organization of Poland has announced a new campaign targeted at UK travellers that is designed to highlight some of the unique attractions and experiences visitors to the country can enjoy. Although the initiative is focused mostly on Brits, other key European markets such as France and Germany will also be targeted. The […]
Back in 2007, having just been awarded joint hosting rights along with the Ukraine for the UEFA European Football Championship 2012, Poland was in a celebratory mood, having see the impossible dream come true. But with just one year to go before the big event kicks off, dark clouds are forming above the capital Warsaw, […]
In news from the Eastern European nations conjoining the Carpathians, the seven countries sharing one of the world’s great mountain ranges have agreed to joint sustainable management of the region. The Protocol on Sustainable Tourism was adopted at the Third Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Carpathian Convention (COP3).
More and more travel companies are interpreting Eastern Europe as the next big thing in tourism, a report from PhoCusWright says. An upcoming study is set to report on emerging holiday destinations such as Poland and Russia, and put the spotlight on what they have in store for travelers.
An interesting political campaign in Warsaw reveals just how creative (and beautiful) Polish women politicians can be. Sarah May has turned to a sort of “Beach Blanket Bingo” style of campaigning for Warsaw’s upcoming city elections – posing in her bikini and proclaiming her competency. Now there is transparency in a politician if there ever where any. Warsaw governance may never be the same – and that could be a good thing.
This month, Poland will become the 11th EU member state to ban indoor smoking in public spaces and areas of work.