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Polish cities in the Michelin Guide

The Polish Tourism Organisation and MICHELIN Guide have signed an agreement to include Polish cities in the world-renowned Michelin Guide. The promotion will initially focus on Warsaw, Krakow, Poznań, and surrounding areas.

Polish Tourism Organization and Michelin Guide partner to boost culinary tourism in Poland. The first stage of cooperation between the Polish Tourism Organisation and the MICHELIN Guide was the cities selection. Michelins inspectors have already verified and evaluated local restaurans.

This is a chance for the entire gastronomic industry from Poland’s most significant cities to showcase themselves and be part of the elite group of places that guarantee the highest culinary experiences. In the second stage, planned for June, there will be a summary and the awarding of prestigious distinctions such as Michelin Stars and Bib Gourmands for top restaurants.

The MICHELIN Guide has been on the market since 1900 and is considered the most important culinary guide in the world. It is number one in terms of sales, history, and reputation. In this edition, the MICHELIN Guide covers 62 regions and cities, of which 30 are located in Europe. It already has been present in Poland since 1997, with a selection in Warsaw. Later in 2008 Cracow was added. Today the MICHELIN Guide has announced the extension of its Polish scope to the city of Poznań.

The cooperation of the Polish Tourism Organisation with the MICHELIN Guide brings a number of benefits. The development of infrastructure and transport, the promotion of regional culinary traditions and the local food market, the attraction of investors in the hotel and catering industry, the increase in the quality of services provided, the prestige of Polish cities around the world, and the interest of foreign tourists are just some of the many expected effects.

For further information see the official statement of Polish Tourism Organisation.

Polish Tourism Organisation

Also check out the article about traveling in Poland.

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