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July 29, 2009   
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Wonders of Warsaw
The Warsaw Destination Alliance and LOT Polish Airlines are offering a special weekend package for those coming to Warsaw from one of 19 European cities.

The package, called Wonders of Warsaw, covers the cost of flight and two nights' accommodation and breakfast in one of the selected Warsaw five-star hotels: Hyatt Regency Warsaw, InterContinental Warszawa, Jan III Sobieski, Mamaison Le Regina, Polonia Palace Hotel, Radisson Blu Centrum Hotel Warsaw, or the Warsaw Marriott Hotel.

A package for one person costs 280-300 euros. Packages for two start from 430-450 euros. The packages are on sale from July 15 until July 31 exclusively through www.lot.com. The trip needs to take place by Aug. 31.

The cities included in the Wonders of Warsaw weekend package are Amsterdam, Belgrade, Berlin, Budapest, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, London, Lviv, Milan, Munich, Paris, Prague, Riga, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Vienna and Zurich.

The increasing popularity of city breaks shows that people are looking for new destinations to experience new weekend adventures. The competitive price of the package is expected to encourage Europeans to choose Warsaw as their new weekend getaway.

The project's partner is HRS.pl (Hotel Reservation Service), an international, electronic hotel booking system created for business and leisure travelers. The promotion is supported by the City of Warsaw Promotion Department.


Free Tourist Magazine
Discover Poland is a free monthly magazine published in partnership with the Polish National Tourist Office in London. The magazine has been published for over 12 months and 40,000 copies are distributed across Poland and Britain every month. Readers include business travelers and tourists looking for inspiration for their next city break or vacation.

Discover Poland features articles on business travel, property, luxury goods, culture, eating out, spa breaks, golf, as well as many other different ways of spending time in Poland. View the latest edition online:
www.discoverpl.com/epages


Visit WDA Website
Those wanting to learn more about Warsaw and how to get around it should visit the Warsaw Destination Alliance website at www.destinationwarsaw.com. This is the place to find out about:
- Events, people, places, sightseeing, restaurants, pubs and clubs, theaters and cinemas, hotels, and shopping.
- A transport map and information about various forms of transportation to help you get around Warsaw.
- Advantages of organizing conferences, conference facilities and hotel infrastructure in Warsaw.
- The law concerning foreigners working in Poland, both EU and non-EU citizens; specific procedures for employment of foreign correspondents, university lecturers and CEOs of Polish subsidiaries of multinational corporations.
- How to start a business in Poland. This section provides general legal information and information about the different types of business registration, various forms of business partnerships and companies, and other information on doing business in Poland.
- General information on the Polish political system and how it works.
- The Polish economy and society; the country in figures, including population, employment, economic performance, budget and investment.
- Information about Warsaw and Mazovia province: facts and figures, major cities, transportation, economy, real estate and investment opportunities.
- Studying in Warsaw and information about higher education institutions in the city.
WDA City Fee Collection

In June 2009, WDA member hotels collected a total of zl.38,775 from voluntary levies from hotel guests. So far this year a total of zl.260,875 has been collected.
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