Poland Old town square Warsaw By Sergii Figurnyi

WTM news: Poland encourages travel agents to promote them as a foodie destination

The Polish Tourism Organisation want visitors to taste their way across the country sampling pierogi dumplings and its traditional bread Obwarzanek Krakowski, which is sold on almost every street corner in Krakow.

As part of its rich food heritage, there’s also a number of award-winning chefs.

The tourism board said: “The Polish culinary scene is exploding in cities like Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan and Gdansk with more accolades being added every year. With a heavy resilience on local ingredients and regional specialities, Polish cuisine reflects the country’s long-standing relationship with the natural landscape. In each of Poland’s historic cities, you will find loads of opportunities to indulge yourself in authentic, local cuisine and wines.”


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