25th Moscow International Travel & Tourism Exhibition
13–15 March 2018 • Expocentre, Moscow

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The National Tourism Board of Greece will return to MITT

The National Tourism Board of Greece will return to MITT

2016 marks yet another year of participation for the Greek National Tourism Organisation (GNTO) at MITT. Greece will exhibit with its leading operators and a large presentation of the country’s attractive regions. As a result of a recent bilateral agreement between the two countries, next year will be the ‘Year of Greece’ in Russia and the ‘Year of Russia’ in Greece. Special events will take place across both countries to promote Greece and Russian culture, traditions and values.

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Global tourism industry experts to meet at MITT 2016

MITT 2015, the Moscow International Travel and Tourism Exhibition reaffirmed its status as the main business platform in Russia for the tourism industry. Over four days, the exhibition was attended by 32,162 visitors - 76% were representatives of the tourism industry. Visitors congregated from 75 regions of Russia and 102 countries.

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MITT 2015 Exhibitor Awards

MITT 2015 witnessed exhibitors being awarded for their contribution and stand displays, here are just some of the winning national groups and companies.

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MITT goes social #MITT2015

During MITT 2015, attendees were encouraged to upload pictures of their stands, mascots and show experiences with the hashtag #MITT2015.

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Turkey almost doubles their exhibition space

Turkish travel companies will be widely represented at MITT 2015. This year, Turkish exhibitors will be present in Pavilion 8/1, Pavilion 8/2, Pavilion 2/1 and Pavilion 2/2 (Intermed). Mr Alper ÖZKAN, Turkish Embassy Culture and Promotion Counsellor, tells us more about what the Russian market holds for Turkey and about their participation at MITT 2015.

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Kilifi county (Kenya) delegation to attend MITT

Kilifi is not well known among holiday makers, nevertheless it is the administrative centre of Kenya and receives around 25% of Kenya’s total tourist arrivals. A delegation from the county will participate in MITT 2015. Lead by the Governor of Kilifi, H.E. Amason Kingi, other attending officials include:

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