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    Michelin Guide recognizes Poznań as a Top Culinary Destination

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    Poznań has been added to the esteemed list of cities featured in the Michelin Guide. As part of the annual guide, Michelin has released their selection of the best restaurants, bars, and bistros worldwide.

    An international publication is offering a promotional opportunity for Warsaw, Krakow and Poznań, which could bring positive benefits to the catering staff. These individuals will need to stay up-to-date on trends and be well-prepared for visits from guests and inspectors looking for the best flavours. 

     “With its Old Market Square – one of its gems – and streets full of charm, Poznań is a city our inspectors have enjoyed exploring,”

    Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the Michelin Guides, said.

    “Across all three Polish cities, professional talent shines, with ambitious chefs keen to reinterpret the essence of Polish cuisine and highlight Poland’s gastronomy on the international culinary scene,”

    continued Poullennec.

    “Poznań is quickly gaining a reputation as the capital of Polish gastronomy. With its culinary offer becoming increasingly popular, it’s no wonder that the city is a top travel destination. Locals and visitors alike are drawn to the city’s diverse cuisine, making it a key element in the decision to visit Poznań. It appears that the culinary offer of Poznań may soon become the leading feature of the city,”

    adds the president of the Poznań Local Tourism Organisation, Jan Mazurczak.

    Michelin & Polish Tourism Organization announce new partnership to promote Warsaw, Kraków and Poznań

    Michelin and the Polish Tourism Organization have announced a new partnership. They will promote Warsaw, Kraków, and Poznań as top tourist destinations. Through the collaboration, the Michelin Guide will highlight the attractions of the three cities to an international audience.

    The partnership is part of the Polish Tourism Organization’s strategy to increase the number of visitors to the country. It also aims to draw attention to its cultural and historic landmarks. The Michelin Guide is known for its detailed reviews of restaurants, hotels, and attractions around the world. The organization is expected to provide an unbiased assessment of the cities’ best features in its promotional campaign. 

    The collaboration marks a milestone for the Polish Tourism Organization, which is hoping to attract more attention to the unique offerings of its cities. With the help of the Michelin Guide, the organization is confident that its message will reach a global audience. It will allow travellers to experience the best that Poland has to offer.

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