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Record visitors to Poland's Tatra mountains

09.06.2021 07:40
A record number of visitors flocked to the southern Tatra mountains over the recent long weekend, during which Poles headed off in droves to popular tourist sites, encouraged by warm weather.
Photo: PAP/Grzegorz Momot

Nearly 100,000 people took to trails in the Tatra National Park between Thursday and Saturday, park authorities said.

Last year, 72,000 visitors descended on the Tatras during a long weekend in June, while the figure for the same period in 2019 was 50,000, public broadcaster Polish Radio reported.

With Thursday, June 3, a public holiday, many Poles took the Friday off to enjoy a long weekend amid an easing of coronavirus restrictions and a sustained drop in infections.


Source: IAR