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Vacation voucher: Bid to boost Polish tourism amid virus

03.08.2020 16:15
With Poland's tourism industry feeling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, a new type of vacation voucher could provide some help, officials say.
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Photo:PAP/Marcin Bielecki

The project was launched recently to offer financial aid to Polish families who decide to spend their vacations domestically.

By encouraging people to take holidays with their children, the initiative also aims to bolster Poland's epidemic-hit tourist sector.

The PLN 500 (EUR 110) tourist voucher can be used to pay for selected hotels and tourist events inside the country until the end of March 2022 and cannot be exchanged for cash.

It is expected to benefit some 6.5 million children up to the age of 18.

To find out more, Klaudiusz Madeja talked to the Polish Tourism Organisation’s CEO Robert Andrzejczyk.

Listen to the interview by clicking on the audio player above.