Global coronavirus epidemic has posed new challenges and priorities, but has also strengthened the sense of international solidarity, the need for people-to-people contact and a strong desire to return to normal!
Kraków came fifth in the „Green Capital of Europe 2022” contest finals. The finalists were: Tallin, Grenoble, Dijon and Torino. There were 18 European metropolises running for the title.
Looking ahead at “post-coronavirus” times, the Polish Tourism Organisation – Poland Convention Bureau has launched the first edition of Poland: Online Site Inspection, a comprehensive online guide for meeting planners.
The OWHC, to which Kraków belongs, as well as other important international organisations and institutions have joined in the fight against the global crisis of the coronavirus epidemic.
#KrakowIsReady is a continuation of the #KrakowWillWait campaign. Krakow announced that the "City is ready " encouraging tourists to visit the city after travel restrictions have been lifted. Under the #KrakowWillWait slogan, our city promoted its attractions and tourist facilities on social media on domestic and foreign markets.
The City of Krakow has launched an information and social campaign aimed at supporting the local tourism market. BE TOURIST IN YOUR OWN CITY – EXPLORE KRAKOW is a social campaign addressed to all the inhabitants of Krakow, whose main goal is to support local businesses.