23rd Moscow International "Travel & Tourism Exhibition" 23–26 March 2016 • Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow


is Russia's largest and longest running travel exhibition. With over 1,800 participating companies and 192+ destinations, it is the key meeting place for the industry and an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and clients.

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>About exhibition

Held annually, MITT is one of the top five travel exhibitions in the world and is highly valued by the international tourism community
About exhibition

>Business programme

MITT Business program where experts share the secrets of business success for the upcoming season
Business programme

>Benefit of participant

2016 marks MITT's 23rd edition. Each year, the exhibition brings together representatives of the global tourism business
Benefit of participant

>Benefits of visiting

MITT is the key meeting place for the industry and an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and clients
Benefits of visiting

Russia's No.1 Travel and Tourism Exhibition

Held annually, MITT is Russia’s largest and longest running travel exhibition. With over 1,800 participating companies and 192+ destinations, it is the key meeting place for the industry and an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and clients. In addition, it enables participants to increase awareness of their destination, gain a real feel for the Russian travel market and gauge demand for their services.

MITT welcomes both trade and consumer visitors, with specific ‘trade only’ days. In 2015, the event recorded an attendance of 32,162 unique visitors, 76% of whom were travel trade professionals. As Russia’s travel industry evolves, MITT remains the key industry forum for travel professionals.

MITT is organised by ITE Group. The Group is one of the world’s leading organisers of international trade exhibitions and conferences.  ITE’s portfolio of travel industry events take place in five countries: Russia (Moscow, Novosibirsk), Ukraine (Kyiv), Kazakhstan (Almaty), Azerbaijan (Baku), and Turkey (Istanbul). 


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