Morocco: A Favorite Destination for Polish Tourists
Rabat – The number of Polish tourists that visited Morocco in 2014 was 64,650. This marks an increase of 35%, compared to 2013.
While the number of vacation bookings from France to Morocco decreased by 60% in January, Polish tourism in Morocco increased by 25%. The same positive trend was recorded for February 2014.
In 2014, Polish tourists spent 350,000 nights in Morocco, compared to 2013, in which Polish tourists spent 246,422 nights in Morocco. This is an increase of 42%.
The Moroccan National Tourist Office, in partnership with the Embassy of Morocco, presented a station at the 22nd annual event for tourism “Glob Fair” in Katowice, Poland. Representatives of Morocco were steadily busy providing information and answering questions from the Polish attendees. There is a great interest regarding the tourist attractions Morocco has to offer.
Many individuals from Poland show great interest in the city of Agadir, for it’s beautiful beaches and sunny days.
For Morocco, the Polish market has become the first in Eastern and Central Europe, in terms of visitors. The Moroccan National Tourist Office has implemented an action plan to boost sales in this market, with a goal of attracting 100,000 Polish tourists by 2018.