Soon, the Centennial Hall will turn into a paradise for travel lovers. On April 5-7, Lower Silesians will take part in the International Tourism Fair. This is the fifth edition!
Faithful fans of the Travelers' Festival will not be disappointed this year, because enthusiastic travelers have been invited to take the audience to the most distant corners of the globe with their stories. You don't know how to travel with a child? - Anna Albot from " Family Without Borders" will help. Do you dream of long trips, but your wallet is a limitation? - enthusiasts of " Bus through the world" and " Hitchhiking to freedom" will tell you how to reconcile it.
The special guest of the Fair will be Beata Pawlikowska - a writer, columnist, radio presenter, illustrator, photographer, and a passionate traveler. Known, among others from the program " Świat according to the blonde" (Radio Zet), from the program " Zagadkowa Blonde" (TVP2) and the series of books " Blonde in ..." describing journeys to the farthest corners of the world, incl. in Bali, the Amazon, Australia and the Himalayas. She says she doesn't count how many places she has been. Only what she experienced then is important. She was probably the first woman to cross the "most picturesque jungle in the world" - Darien on the border of Panama and Colombia.
Mountaineering fans will meet Olga Morawska, wife of the tragically deceased Polish mountaineer Piotr Morawski. She will talk about her love for travel and about the activities of the "Nagle sama" foundation, which helps people who have lost their loved ones.
Outstanding photographers: Adam Chara and Krzysztof Bielatowski will reveal the secrets of their work during the Nikon Academy workshops. They will talk about travel photography and street photography.
Survival workshops will also be a great attraction. Their participants will surely be able to light a fire in the future without the use of matches or a lighter - not only in the wild, but also at a barbecue with friends. If you are planning a vacation in exotic places, it will definitely be worth attending a conference on tropical diseases and learning how to prevent them, where and what to vaccinate.
The youngest will also not be bored. The Baikonur Planetarium will discover and explain the mysteries of the cosmos. "Real" Indians and cowboys will also come. Jack's City will take us to the crazy Wild West - there will be a rodeo, milking a cow, throwing a lasso and panning for gold. Children and their parents will surely enjoy cutting out Lowicz patterns and creating beautiful flower bouquets. There will also be extraordinary experiments prepared by the Wrocław Humanitarium . The youngest will learn how our body and mind function.
The International Tourism Fair enjoys great popularity. The previous edition was a great success - the Hall was visited by thousands of participants. Also this year there will be exhibitors from all over the world and amazing attractions!
April 5-7, 2013 - Wrocław, Hala Stulecia. You have to be there!
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