Pleasant Holidays adds Poland vacation packages


Pleasant Holidays adds Poland vacation packages

Tuesday, 23 Apr, 2024 0

Pleasant Holidays and luxury sister brand Journese has expanded its Europe portfolio with custom Poland vacation packages.

The new program offers 30 hotels, commissionable private tours, flights, transfers and more in Gdansk, Krakow and Warsaw.

They are now available for booking for travel in 2024 and 2025.

Hotel options include global brands such as Hilton, Marriott and Holiday Inn, said Jack E. Richards, President and CEO.

“Travelers to Poland will discover its 16 UNESCO World Heritage sites, dine in Michelin star restaurants, and explore its great outdoors and history,” Richards said.

Pleasant Holidays and Journese will host an introductory webinar at 1:00 p.m. PDT May 8, 2024 with guest Bartosz Szajda, Director of the Polish National Tourist Office in North America.

Travel advisors can register for the webinar at https://www.bigmarker.com/Pleasant-Holidays/pleasant–journesetraining2019395.

Poland vacations are available on LOT Polish Airlines flights direct from Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark and New York JFK to Warsaw and Krakow.

Private excursions include city tours of Warsaw, Gdansk and Krakow, Christian and Jewish heritage tours; Malbork Castle; and a tour of the Praga District of Warsaw.

The latter includes a tasting at the Polish Vodka Museum.

With the addition of Poland, Pleasant Holidays and Journese now offer 28 countries in Europe and a total of 81 countries worldwide.

The operators also offer river and ocean cruises, plus high-speed rail travel between London and Paris and, throughout Italy.

  

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