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A report which named Poland as a major tourism hotspot for 2009 has been welcomed by officials in the country.
The Polish National Tourist Office (PNTO) stated that Poland offers attractions such as excellent value for money.
As a result, it was highlighted by Abta - The Travel Association as a possible option for those who have been priced out of the eurozone by exchange rate movements.
Ewa Binking, director of the PNTO, said the organisation is "delighted" that Poland has been identified as a hotspot for holidaymakers.
She commented: "It shows that we are a great country to visit with lots of world-class attractions on offer."
The organisation added that Poland is a first-class holiday destination that will not break the bank.
This comes after Lastminute.com identified Bulgaria as a good option for Britons who want to make their pounds go further while overseas.