Tourist information center of Brest region to open in Poland
This autumn in Warsaw they plan to open the Tourist Information Center of the Brest region, which will be located in the central part of the city.
Residents of Poland and other countries in this center residents will be able to learn how to visit the Brest region and Belarus, the features of visa-free entry, planned events. Opening of the facility is scheduled for November. The issue of opening a hotline in the information center is discussed. Brochures on tourism in the Brest region will also be produced, which will be distributed in large shopping centers, at gas stations, insurance companies, cafes, restaurants. The parties are discussing other options for cooperation.
Since the beginning of the year, about 11 thousand tourists from 60 countries visited the Brest region on a visa-free regime. The region is most popular with travelers from Poland, Germany, Lithuania, Latvia, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Denmark, the United Kingdom, the USA and Romania.
Based on: belta.by