Poland specialist Bogdan Travel plans to extend its programme beyond Poland’s borders for the first time in 2000, introducing two-centre holidays with neighbouring countries.
The Polish cities of Warsaw, Cracow and Gdansk will be twinned with Berlin, Vienna, Budapest and Prague, plus the Baltic capitals of Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn.
Director Bogdan Becla said: “We introduced two-city breaks within Poland this year and they are now more popular than single-city weekends. Adding cities outside Poland is the next step forward. We had a lot of enquiries about Prague and Budapest.”
Next year’s prices will start at around £450 for two nights in Prague and three nights in Warsaw. The deal includes a flight into Prague and out of Warsaw, three-star accommodation and a half-day sightseeing tours.
Also included in the price is a train journey from Prague to Warsaw – the company has just become official UK agent for Polish State Railways, allowing it to issue tickets within Poland.
“With our package, you fly into Prague or Budapest then take an eight-hour train journey through the scenic Tatras mountains to Poland.”
Bogdan hopes to have the company’s 2000 brochure available for World Travel Market in November – three months earlier than the 1999 programme launch.
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