EuroTab 2017: Warsaw, Poland
Area Information

Poland is the crossroads connecting the West with the East and the North with the South of Europe. EuroTab 2017 Warsaw will be Poland’s largest tobacco-related retail exhibition to date. Poland, a country with over 40 million people, is a substantial market in and of itself, and attracts busi­ness from neighboring economies.

Poland boasts a 21st century busi­ness culture of global exchange and with Poland’s entry into the European Union in May 2004, the city of Warsaw—one of Poland’s most important economic cen­ters—has experienced an economic boom. Warsaw is in the middle of Eastern Europe’s most populous region outside of Russia, and with an international air­port and modern roadways, it is one of Poland’s most accessible. Many multi­national firms have a presence in Krakow making it Poland’s most vibrant econ­omy, in addition to being one of its most picturesque tourist destinations.

We strongly advise each participant to check with their country’s Polish Embassy to see if visas are required for entry into Poland. Any participant requiring invitation letters for their Polish Visa Application should contact You will be required to complete and submit a simple personal data form that will be signed and stamped and returned to you along with the invitation letter to EuroTab Warsaw. Participants are encouraged to apply for their visa at least one month before their intended date of travel.

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Left: Fryderyk Chopin Museum. Right: Old Town is home to atmospheric alleys, squares, and cosy cafés that create a unique sense of history.