Wednesday, July 24, 2024

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Jazz in the Old Town

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Surrealism outdoor

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Warsaw Ranks 4th Among the Best European Capitals to Visit in 2024

After struggling to meet pre-pandemic levels last year, the travel and tourism industry is expected to fully recover to 2019 levels in 2024. The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) even predicts that this year, international tourism will grow two percent above 2019 levels.

Just as in 2023, when it reached 94 percent of pre-2020 levels, Europe will see further growth in the coming months, with data from the European Travel Commission (ETC) showing that 75 percent of those eager to travel overseas plan to visit Europe.

With its centuries-long history, Europe offers countless castles, temples, old towns, and markets, alongside modern attractions like sleek skyscrapers and avant-garde cultural centers. It’s always a good idea for travel enthusiasts of every type.

However, in a world where travel is no longer a luxury but a necessity for personal growth and mental health, travelers consider more factors before choosing a destination, beyond just beauty and uniqueness.

Warsaw has a lot to offer – it’s full of historic landmarks, popular tourist spots, cultural events, excellent restaurants, cafés, pubs, and vibrant nightlife. It’s no surprise it was ranked 4th in a report conducted by VisaGuide.World.

Additionally, Poland’s capital was recognized as the 3rd most walkable city According to the report brought by Compare the Market Australia. City’s vibrant neighborhoods and pedestrian-friendly infrastructure make it a top choice for urban explorers with plenty to see along the way.  

Check it for yourself.

Sylwia Ziemacka
Sylwia Ziemacka
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