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MITT 2012 to be Held in Moscow
29.02.2012 11:47
MITT 2012 to be Held in Moscow

19th Moscow International Travel and Tourism Exhibition will be held in Russian capital March 21-24, 2012.

      The event will take place at Moscow Expocentre, where over 3,000 participating companies present 200 regions of 88 countries.

      All pavilions are divided according to travel destinations and types of tourism.

      Pavilion 1: Russian tour operators and national offices of countries.

      Pavilion 2: Europian countries; companies that specialize in medical tourism.

      Pavilion "Forum": representatives from Asia, Africa and Latin America, and Australia and Oceania.

      Pavilion 8.1: Turkish hotels and tour operators

      Pavilion 8.2: companies specializing in domestic tourism and representatives of the Russian regions.

      The first two days of the exhibition will involve professionals of tourism industry, and other visitors will be able to come in the next two days March 23-24.

      The geography of the exhibition is expanding year by year. This year, MITT 2012 will present for the first time Guam and Palau. The representatives of Nicaragua, El Salvador, Nepal, Iraq and other exotic destinations are also going to visit the exhibition.

      The main theme at MITT 2012 will be cruises. Guests can acquaint with various market proposals and features of this type of recreation. About 20 million tourists each year choose sea voyages, and the percentage of Russians among them is growing. A big two-day conference on cruise tourism is included in the program (the entrance is free for all). 

      The official website (English version) is here.

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.sodahead.com.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Exhibitions in Moscow tourism exhibition  

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