The city of Krakow is writing a new strategy for tourism policy, refreshing the formula and composition of the Krakow Tourism Forum and residents to participate in consultations - and to co-create the final document "Krakow's Sustainable Tourism Policy for 2021–2028". The most important recommendations will be to promote the balance between the interests of residents, tourists, investors and investors.
A study conducted by the ICCA in May 2020 in cooperation with the AfSAE (African Society of Association Executives), APFAO (Asia Pacific Federation of Association Organizations) and ESAE (European Society of Association Executives) analyzed the strategies and plans after COVID-19 for nearly two hundred associations globally.
In October, mushrooms, plums and pumpkins reign in the kitchen, and nature takes on autumn colors. For gastronomy, this is a season of interesting meetings at the table. The entire month of October will be full of tasting dinners devoted to autumn flavors.In October, mushrooms, plums and pumpkins reign in the kitchen, and nature takes on autumn colors.
A packet of the latest information on how global destinations are responding to COVID-19. New certificates and accreditations, isolation of entire regions, innovative campaigns.
2020 marks the 40th anniversary of the first World Tourism Day established by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and celebrated on September 27. On this occasion, the Mayor of Krakow, Jacek Majchrowski, thanked Krakow entrepreneurs from the tourism industry for their contribution to the promotion and care for the material and intangible heritage of Krakow.
On September 27, we celebrated the World Tourism Day, established in 1979 by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). The holiday is meant to encourage reflection on the role of tourism in human life - its political, economic, social and cultural significance.