How the Ukraine invasion flattened Eastern European tourism
(CNN) — When frequent flier Julie booked a clutch of trips to Warsaw last year, she was expecting to spend her weekends in the Polish capital sightseeing, strolling around its parks, and eating pierogi.
But by the time the date of the first trip -- June 2022 -- rolled around, people around her weren't so sure she should be going.
"My mum and a couple of friends said, 'Warsaw's quite close to Ukraine, aren't you worried?'" she says.
She wasn't. "I had no hesitation," she says.
Julie -- who preferred not to give her full name -- has now visited Warsaw four times in six weeks, and has fallen for …
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