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Bulgarian Black Sea Alliance, together with the Ministry of Tourism, organized a promotional tour in four Polish cities

Bulgarian Black Sea Alliance, together with the Ministry of Tourism and AVIAREPS, organized a promotional tour in four Polish cities

 

Bulgarian Black Sea Alliance, with the support of the Ministry of Tourism and in cooperation with the authoritative marketing agency AVIAREPS, initiated a special roadshow, which will take place in the period of 24-28 October in Poland.

A series of meetings between representatives of the tourism sector in Bulgaria and their potential partners will be held in four Polish cities - Wroclaw, Katowice, Krakow, and Warsaw, with the aim of establishing and expanding existing business contacts.

The Ministry of Tourism will be represented by Deputy Minister Irena Georgieva, who heads the Bulgarian delegation and will officially open the series of meetings, together with Dr. Frank Quante - Chairman of the Management Board of the Bulgarian Black Sea Alliance.

After the success of the first similar event, which was organized in Warsaw on the initiative of the Bulgarian Black Sea Alliance in May, and assessing the big potential of the Polish market for our tourism industry, this road show aims to build on what has been already achieved, and during this trip, three other cities will be visited, besides the capital.

The trip program includes events as follows:

                    October 24 – Wroclaw;

                    October 25 – Katowice;

                    October 26 – Krakow;

                    October 27 - Warsaw.

 

Poland is a traditional market for the Bulgarian tourist product, and it also has the greatest potential for our tourism, especially in terms of the negative consequences that were suffered from the war in Ukraine. A number of Polish experts point out that with strong marketing by Bulgaria, the passenger flow from Poland could double within a year. In this regard, the purpose of the current trip is to give the business representatives the opportunity to establish new contacts directly with their respective partners from the Polish side in the regions with the highest potential for Bulgarian tourism.