Poland haven for tourists in wake of terror attacks

Wylot, Robert
November 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;11/26/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 48, p3
Reports the projected increase of tourists coming to Poland in the wake of the terrorist attacks according to the Polish Tourism Organization. Forecast on opportunities for travel destinations; Plans of promoting Poland as a country of 'adventures with a happy ending'; Statistics on travel volume compared to the global average.


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