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Launch of Poland’s Golf product to UK market

8.43am 16th September 2011 - Travel - This story was updated on Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

The Polish National Tourist Office launched Poland’s emerging golf product to the UK market at Foxhills, Surrey, earlier this week.

The UK represents one of Poland’s biggest tourism markets along with Germany and France. The Tourist Office is keen to promote all things Polish in the run up to co-hosting the UEFA finals next summer.

Unbeknown to most UK golfers Poland has no less than eighteen 18-hole courses, with a further eleven 9-hole courses across the country.

With an average of 4 courses in the near vicinity of each of the six city airports served by flights from the UK and Ireland. For example there are daily direct flights with national carrier LOT from Heathrow to capital city Warsaw and four 18-hole courses nearby.

There are also flights into Warsaw from Luton, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow, Cork and Dublin.

Poland also offers an amazing variety of add-on activities from its unique culture, heritage, nature and wildlife to beautiful beaches, spas, shops, great restaurants and nightlife. All at excellent value for money like the green fees which average between £25 to £45 for 18 holes.

Polish National Tourist Office




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