Voting in the European Best Destination 2023 plebiscite is about to begin. The capital is the only Polish city to be among the 20 European cities nominated for the finals. Will Warsaw be recognized as the most attractive city in Europe for tourists in 2023?
In the competition for the best tourist destination in Europe, Internet users from all over the world vote and decide which of the cities wins the prestigious title. Varsovians can also vote.
It is a great opportunity for Warsaw to strengthen its position on the international arena. A high position also means an increase in tourist traffic, which transferes into the city's development in many areas.
We have it in Warsaw!
In order to draw the attention of Warsaw's residents to the ongoing competition and encourage them to vote, the city has prepared a promotional campaign under the slogan „Mamy to w Warszawie” ["We have it in Warsaw"].
All hands on board
Warsaw districts, municipal companies, cultural institutions, as well as selected universities, hotels, restaurants and industry enterprises, as well as individuals and entities associated in the Warsaw Tourist Organization and the Mazowiecka Regional Tourist Organization joined the cooperation.
How to vote?
To vote, all you need to do is go to the www.glosujnawarszawe.pl website, find Warsaw on the list of 20 cities and cast your vote for it. No registration or complicated forms – the entire process takes a few seconds. The online plebiscite starts on January 20. Each participant can vote once a day until February 10.
European Best Destinations
It is an organization established in 2009 the aim of which is to promote tourism and culture of European cities and regions. To this end, the organization cooperates with the European Commission's EDEN network, opinion-forming media with a global reach and over 400 European destinations.
For several years, at the turn of January and February, a competition has been organized, to which selected cities or regions are invited. The winning destination is selected by means of an open internet voting, in which several hundred thousand people from all over the world take part, and the course and results are widely commented on in the global media such as Forbes or National Geographic.