24th Moscow International Travel & Tourism Exhibition
14–16 March 2017 • Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow

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Meet Russia’s largest tour operators

Meet Russia’s largest tour operators

Pre-registering before the event ensures that you skip the queue at arrival, giving you more time to meet Russia’s largest tour operators: Anex Tour, Intourist, TEZ Tour, TUI, PAC Group, Mouzenidis, Biblio Globus, Natalie Tours, Art Tour, Breeze Line, Line Tour, Gartour, Karlson Tourism, PAKS, Vedi Group, MIR, Tourtrans Voyage, Vremya Tour, Vodohod, Infoflot, Alean, Delfin, Multitour, Profkurort, Kripton and Tari Tour, to name a few.

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Turkish tourism sector at MITT 2017

Turkish tourism sector at MITT 2017

The entire Turkish tourism sector will be at MITT 2017 to meet Russian partners ahead of the upcoming and long-awaited season.

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Spain - Partner Country at MITT 2017

Spain - Partner Country at MITT 2017

Spain’s national tourism brand will be widely presented at MITT – one of the most important tourism exhibitions in Russia, held in Moscow from 14-16 March 2017. Representatives of hotels, tourist boards, and autonomous communities will all be showcasing their services at the exhibition. This year, Turespaña, the Spanish Institute of Tourism will hold a 384 sqm group stand presenting 26 sub exhibitors. Over the years, Spain has taken the title of Best Destination in Europe and Best Stand at MITT.

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Visitor Registration for the MITT 2017 Exhibition is Now Open

Visitor Registration for the MITT 2017 Exhibition is Now Open

Travel trade visitors can now register online for MITT 2017. The exhibition will be held on 14-16 March, in “Expocentre”, Moscow. To restrict the access of the general public to MITT 2017, we have introduced a new admission policy. Travel industry representatives can register online for free using a promo code. Otherwise, the tickets can be purchased online for a small fee.

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Malta-Russia relations on tourism reach new level

Malta-Russia relations on tourism reach new level

On Tuesday 15 November, the Prime Ministers of Malta and Russia, Joseph Muscat and Dmitry Medvedev, held talks in Moscow on bilateral issues and relations between the two countries. The talks led to a series of agreements being signed, including on tourism.

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