The BEST Guide to POLAND
Unanswered  |  Archives 
 
 
User: Guest

Home / UK, Ireland  % width posts: 14

How many Brits are travelling to Kraków each year?


dtaylor5632 18 | 1,999
2 May 2009 #1
I'm doing some market research and wondered if anyone has some links or idea how many of the tourist coming to krakow are British?

Thanks in advance:)
jojospacemunky 1 | 59
2 May 2009 #2
Speak to the tourist information offices in the area, hang out at airport (like the market researchers for CAA do) and other tourist points is a good start.

Good luck in your research
Lir
2 May 2009 #3
how many of the tourist coming to krakow are British?

Not that easy to find is it ?

I found this link, I know its about Warsaw but it does say that half the Warsaw figure is applicable to Krakow , so if you worked on that assumption and took the break down of tourists shown on this site then maybe it would give you some idea ? Not too accurate though.

tourism-review.com/article/1398-warsaw-attracted-more-tourists-than-krakow

Also , this is apparently the "Krakow tourist board's official website'. <link below>

krakow.pl/en/turystyka/

Maybe email the contact and ask if they have details or a link into Official Statistics <although I glimpsed into the 'Governments Stats' and couldn't see anything.

Hope it's of some use or that maybe someone in Poland can give you better information.

:)
terri 1 | 1,663
4 May 2009 #4
>>>>I'm doing some market research and wondered if anyone has some links or idea how many of the tourist coming to krakow are British?

...Very difficult to determine. First you cannot distinguish between pure British and Poles with a British passport. Secondly, you need to know if they are coming to visit family or as tourists. Thirdly, if someone visits 6 times a year, would you count them 6 times?

The best way is to get information from the airport authorities, who may give you the total number of British passport holders crossing the borders in a given period.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,146
4 May 2009 #5
how many of the tourist coming to krakow are British?

Too many one could say... :)
OP dtaylor5632 18 | 1,999
7 Dec 2009 #6
auck that aint interesting to say the least ;)
pieknypies - | 2
9 Feb 2010 #7
Did you get any meaningful information? I'm trying to establish what the population of Krakow is excluding students, the student population both Polish and foreign, the number of expat residents and th enumber of Polish and non-Polish tourists to the City per annum. Any clues?
Seanus 15 | 19,669
29 Dec 2011 #8
Well, more will be coming across for EURO 2012. I hope the English fans show some respect for the city and behave responsibly. It doesn't sound like too much to ask but....
hudsonhicks 21 | 346
4 Jan 2012 #9
In the bigger picture.. VERY FEW

Most Brits goto places like Greece, Spain and Turkey on holiday.

Eastern European city destinations are visited mostly by drunken lads on stay/wedding trips. looking for cheap beer and cheap women.

Prague is another good place for this.
Sobieski1 1 | 14
4 Jan 2012 #10
Poland is a great untapped holiday destination the language barrier frightens off alot. But the citys of wroclaw, krackow and warsaw are getting more popular every year i prefer the southern mountain regions better food and drink although no one speaks english so it gives us a nice break from the UK. Klodsko although the only thing their was a fort with deep underground tunnels so we had to travel by PKP to the neighbouring areas some really nice mountains it was the most beautifull place a saw some aerated rocks and visited many small towns one translated was called in between forests. But i doub many english have adventured poland shame really because the beer food and women are great. Although i hasten to add not easy tramps like the english seem to think. SO naive are my fellow englishmen although most od us are leaving england due to non eu invasion most to australia lot of polish heading that way as well it seems you really need a passport to get in austrlia not just a burka
Harry
4 Jan 2012 #11
ost od us are leaving england due to non eu invasion most to australia

Always amusing to see people who consider themselves the original inhabitants of a country but are actually immigrants complaining that 'their' country has been so spoilt by immigrants that they need to move a country which, as the original inhabitants will tell you, has been spoilt by immigrants.
Sobieski1 1 | 14
4 Jan 2012 #12
Austrlia was a prison island for the brits untill the NON Eu Scum came to england now we would rather live with British EX cons then them filthy rats. "Always amusing to see people who consider themselves the original inhabitants of a country but are actually immigrants complaining that 'their' country " You base this on no logic at all the white man has and always will be the indigneous in britain. Are you an Arab in hiding come out Ali Khan we all see your true dirty colours
time means 5 | 1,309
4 Jan 2012 #13
SO naive are my fellow englishmen

I don't believe for one moment that you are actually English.
Harry
4 Jan 2012 #14
Frankly it's no more than a ten to one shot that the creature is human (my money is definitely on it being a troll).


Home / UK, Ireland / How many Brits are travelling to Kraków each year?