Ways of increasing the tourist flow from Poland to Greece will be explored by Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis and Polish Deputy Economy and Development Minister, responsible for tourism issues, Andrzej Gut-Mostowy.
Theoharis left for Poland on Thursday prior to the official opening of Greek tourism on May 14. He is expected to meet with Minister Gut-Mostowy on Friday.
While in Poland, Theoharis will also speak to major Polish media and meet with representatives of leading tourism organizations including Beniamin Vafidis, Marketing and MICE Director of Mouzenidis; Pawel Niewiadomski, President of the Polish Chamber of Tourism and the European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Association (ECTAA); Marcin Dymnicki, CEO of TUI Poland; Adam Banczerowski, Director of Business Development at Itaka; Maciej Nykiel, CEO of Nekera; Wojciech Skoczyński, CEO of Grecos Holidays, and Michal Fijot, Chief Commercial Officer of LOT Airlines.
According to the Tourism Ministry’s data, Poland is Greece’s fifth tourism source market as more than 1 million Polish travelers visit the country every year.
It is reminded that Greece is officially opening to tourists on May 14 with no quarantine requirement for vaccinated travelers or those with a negative PCR test.