Poland designates health towns


In 2019, the Poland Tourism Organisation will celebrate 100 years since its regained independence by showcasing its tourism offerings. Key sectors to be promoted include wellness breaks at health resorts and Poland’s designated health towns.

With eight centuries of health resort traditions visitors are encouraged to experience the benefits of Poland’s 45 health resorts and 70 healthy towns and villages. Also being promoted are family wellness breaks in a safe and healthy environment.

UNESCO world heritage site Wieliczka Salt Mine Health Resort in the Krakow region is also being promoted. The Resort provides consultations, diagnostics and treatment above ground plus treatment and rehabilitation 135 metres underground. It uses the therapeutic power of salt to treat asthma; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; recurrent nose, sinus, throat and larynx diseases; chronic bronchitis and pneumonia; and allergies.

For an in-depth analysis of medical travel to Poland, visit the IMTJ Country Profile.



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