Get to know Poland with a new mobile application
Meet Poland is a modern presentation of all that Poland can boast of. Polish mountains, forests and lakes, towns of historical interest and museums with their valuable collections, modern technology parks and innovative business ideas and on top of that cuisine with dishes you cannot find anywhere else. All that will be easy to discover thanks to the information classified into six categories:
- Looking back
- Treasures of Nature
- In a Kaleidoscope
- Art & Culture
- Business & Innovation
- Tasty Poland
The application will be a valuable guide not only for the pilgrims arriving for the World Youth Day, but also for all tourists spending their holidays in Poland or coming here for a short weekend visit. The application allows you to find a large number of routes leading to non-obvious places, which will be a pleasant surprise for all those seeking new sensations, not only guests from abroad.
The upcoming World Youth Day is an excellent moment to present the application which will show Poland in a non-standard and interesting way. We are particularly glad about the cooperation established with the Ministry of Development, thanks to which one of the categories in the application promotes Poland as a country of enormous business opportunities and innovations – says Edyta Sadowska, president of the management board of Ringier Axel Springer Poland.
In order to make it easier for users to get to each of the described places and attractions, for each category suggested excursion routes were prepared. It is enough to simply follow detailed directions provided there and you can arrive at particular places. That will enable you to get to know, among other things, the rich history of our country or see Poland from a fresh perspective, e.g. by discovering places which provided the setting for international film productions, routes of UNESCO monuments, wild bird watching spots, kayak routes, wild beaches, or routes where you can meet the European bison. With a link to PKP Intercity website, the application users may check convenient railway connections and train ticket prices, which will make it considerably easier to organise their trip.
Thanks to this application our passengers will be able to better get to know Poland and find out to how many places in throughout the country they can travel by PKP Intercity trains. We are pleased that we were able to participate in the process of developing this solution. We hope that travellers will rediscover various places in Poland – says Beata Czemerajda, spokesperson of PKP Intercity.
The launch of the application in Polish is planned for the autumn this year.