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

News

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Exhibitor News: Brazil

Known for its impressive Rio Carnival, Brazil is a firm fixture on many travel wish list. Each year, around one million visitors and local residents attend the cultural event. The Carnival is one of the many ways intentional tourists can experience the country’s culture.

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New Exhibitor: South Aegean

South Aegean will exhibitor for the first time at MITT 2016.In 2015, approximately 500,000 Russian tourists visited the South Aegean islands with their main destinations being Rodos, Kos, Mykonos and Santorini.

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Exhibitor News: Healthy Waters in Slovenia

Exhibitor News: Healthy Waters in Slovenia

The beneficial properties of Slovenia's natural spas have been a talking point for many years. The country's thermal waters and other natural healing resources have been used for health and well-being in Slovenia for centuries.

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Exhibitor News: Explore the Blue Continent at FestPac 2016

Exhibitor News: Explore the Blue Continent at FestPac 2016

The Pacific Ocean is sometimes called The Blue Continent because it occupies a greater surface area than all of the Earth's landmasses combined. Although it may appear to be just a large blue watery mass from space, if you look closer you'll discover the Blue Continent is actually crowded with islands, cultures, history and mystery. If you've ever been curious about exploring the Blue Continent, there's no better time than this summer on Guam.

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Exhibitor News: Latest updates and news from the Nepal Tourism Board

Exhibitor News: Latest updates and news from the Nepal Tourism Board

Europe is a prime value market for Nepal; therefore, much effort has been put continuously to tap in different segments of the Europe market including Russia. Russia is an upcoming and potential market for Nepal’s tourism. With most Russian tourists interested in leisure and adventure, Russian tourists are most likely to be travelling in group tours in the heritage sites of Kathmandu valley, making stops in Pokhara and Chitwan, or to be going to the mountains for trekking and mountaineering.

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Exhibitor News: Barcelona Shopping Line

Exhibitor News: Barcelona Shopping Line

The Barcelona Shopping Line is home to more than 200 retail outlets, including shopping centres with the world’s leading brands and local designer garments. The line offers visitors the best of the city’s architecture, culture, shops and unique gastronomy.

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Cuba - the hot travel stop

Cuba - the hot travel stop

After more than 50 years in the dark, Cuba now has international spotlight in the tourism industry. Earlier last year (July 2015), Cuba and the U.S restored diplomatic relations, and as a result Cuba’s tourism industry started to boom.

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The next stop for Honduras is MITT 2016

Honduras is to be on the exhibition floor for the first time this year. The National Tourism Board of Honduras will exhibit at Russia’s leading international travel and tourism exhibition, MITT, to promote their cultural and historical heritage, as well as nature tourist attractions.

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Eilat (Israel) has become Partner Region of MITT 2016

Known as the ‘City of the Red Sea’, Eilat is Israel’s southernmost city, and lies on the northern tip of the Rea Sea - an inlet of the Indian Ocean. The city’s beaches, coral reef, nightlife and desert landscapes make it a popular destination for domestic and international tourism. Eilat will be an official Partner Region of MITT 2016.

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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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