Polish airline LOT introduces a new direct flight from Warsaw to Rijeka

first_imgPhoto: LOT So far this year, the Polish market has generated almost a million arrivals and more than six million overnight stays, which puts this market, along with Germany, Slovenia, Austria and Italy, among the top five foreign markets with the largest tourist traffic.  Find out more about the profile of the Polish emitting market in the attachment. “I am convinced that the new direct line from Warsaw to Rijeka will bring Croatia closer to all Poles as an attractive and desirable destination, but also Rijeka as the European Capital of Culture. Our presence at the TT Warsaw fair is very important because it is a fair in which all key representatives of the Polish tourism industry participate.”, said the director of the CNTB Representation in Poland Agnieszka Puszczewicz, adding that our country still enjoys the status of one of the most popular foreign destinations among Poles.  Attachment: Emitting market profile – Poland Emitting market profile – Poland The Representation of the Croatian National Tourist Board in Poland presents the Croatian tourist offer as part of the TT Warsaw fair, which is being held this year in the 27th edition from 21 to 23 November in Warsaw. At the grand opening of the fair The Polish airline LOT announced the opening of a new direct airline to Croatia, and it is a flight that will connect Warsaw and Rijeka from June 2020.  Poles mostly travel in the summer months and during the winter school holidays. There has been a trend of shorter vacations, two to three times a year. Destinations with very good air connections are an advantage, which is certainly excellent information in accordance with the newly opened Warsaw-Rijeka airline. last_img read more

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Poyet: Believe we’re unbeatable

first_img He told www.premierleague.com: “The good time we had stopped because the season finished. “But we talk a lot about momentum and there are a few players, the players who have been there at the end of the season that finished playing with the feeling of being unbeatable, practically. “I hope that we take it into this season because it is very, very important that we start well in the Premier League. “If you do not, what happened to us last season can happen and, like I said in the beginning, I do not want to suffer again.” In a bid to avoid a repeat of last season’s struggles, Poyet and sporting director Lee Congerton have spent the summer rebuilding the squad, with Brighton winger Will Buckley becoming the seventh new recruit on Thursday. Perhaps the most eye-catching arrival to date is midfielder Jack Rodwell, who has completed a £10million move from Manchester City, where he endured two injury-plagued seasons. Skipper John O’Shea said: “Fingers crossed we can give him (Rodwell) the platform to showcase the talent he undoubtedly has and that I witnessed as well, close hand, when he played for Everton. “He was a fantastic talent and from what I have seen so far, he has got plenty of that ability and, hopefully, we can give him that platform to get back into the England team, get plenty of goals for us and get us up that table in the Premier League.” The Black Cats launch the new Barclays Premier League campaign at West Brom on Saturday having preserved their top-flight status with a remarkable late run which saw them avoid relegation despite for long periods looking like certainties for the drop. Now Poyet, who has just completed his first pre-season with his squad, is hoping some of the momentum his team established remains as he looks for a much better start than predecessor Paolo Di Canio managed 12 months ago. Press Associationcenter_img Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet is hoping his players return to action still feeing “unbeatable” after last season’s great escape. last_img read more