Stranded Intertour clients to return to Poland
PR dla Zagranicy
The first clients of insolvent tour operator Intertour will return by bus to Poland on Monday.
The Intertour head office in Kraków. Photo: PAP/Stanisław Rozpędzik
The Kraków-based Intertour announced its insolvency on Friday, leaving 173 holidaymakers stranded abroad.
According to the Province Chairman's Office of the Małopolska region, on Saturday morning a number of buses left for the Balkans organised by the local government.
On Sunday evening, they set off on their way back to Poland with 69 people on board – 24 Polish tourists returing from Bulgaria, 23 from Montenegro and 22 from Croatia.
Another 104 clients are still abroad and will return to Poland between 7 and 12 August.
Earlier reports said that the buses were paid for by Intertour's insurer. (rg/rk)