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27th Moscow International Travel & Tourism Exhibition
17–19 March 2020 • Crocus Expo, Moscow


Category:News Press release

Destination focus: Finland

2017 was a record-breaking year for Finland’s inbound tourism industry and Russia played a big role in its success.


Destination focus: Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg

While the Low Countries may not be on Russian tourists’ radar as much as Turkey or Thailand, the statistics show their popularity is increasing rapidly among Russians holidaying abroad.


Destination focus: UK

Quaint villages, unrivalled historic sites and world-class shopping – the UK has always been a favourite for Russian tourists.


Who you can meet as a MITT exhibitor

The Moscow International Travel and Tourism Exhibition, one of the world’s top five travel exhibitions, brings together the entire industry every year for three days of business, meetings, and talks.


Destination focus: France

Home to world-famous sights and stunning beaches, mountains, and countryside, France took the crown as most visited country in the world in 2017.


Destination focus: the UAE

The UAE, a collection of seven Emirates on the Arab Peninsula, is fast becoming a hot spot for Russian holidaymakers.


Why exhibit at MITT 2019?

It’s one of the world’s top five travel exhibitions, annually bringing together destinations and travel service companies from across the globe to meet with Russian industry professionals looking for new and exciting opportunities to offer their clients.


Tourism in 2018: where are Russians travelling?

Following a bumper year for the Russian outbound travel market in 2017 – seeing an impressive 25% increase in foreign trips – we take a look at the figures for the first six months of 2018.

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