The Balkan national & regional stands to catch at MITT 2020

Discover the travel opportunities in the Balkans this March at MITT

Ahead of the 2020 edition of Russia’s leading travel trade show, we take a look at some of the key national and regional stands on display. First up in our series is the Balkans – a region that’s packed with historic towns, stunning landscapes, and plenty to offer your clients.

Here’s our rundown of MITT 2020’s key national and regional stands from the Balkans:

Offering a wide stretch of unspoiled beaches along the Black Sea coastline, as well as spectacular mountains and vibrant cities, Bulgaria is turning into a hotspot for tourists.

The Ministry of Tourism of Bulgaria is taking out a large stand at MITT to host its sub-exhibitors: Bon Tour, Municipality of Varna, Tural, Sts. Constantine and Helena Resort, Starazagora.Love, Fraport Bulgaria – Burgas and Varna Airports, Kamchia Spa & Health Resort, URBO, Solvex, NOY Travel, Alfa Service Travel Company, and Dia Tour.

Find the Bulgarian national stand at D2085, Hall 4, Pavilion 1

Rugged mountains, medieval villages, and a narrow strip of beaches along the Adriatic coast are among the features attracting tourists to this small nation every year.

The Montenegro National Tourism Organisation will be hosting companies including regional tourism organisations from Podgorica, Bar, Herceg Novi, Budva, Tivat, and Ulcinj, Montenegro Airlines, Talas M Budva, Karisma Hotels & Resorts, Hotel Melia Petrovac, Hotel The Chedi Lustica Bay, R Tours Company Moscow, Fly Montenegro Podgorica, HG Budvanska Rivijera, Falkensteiner Hotel Montenegro, Hotel Maestral Casino & Resort, Hotel Avala Resort & Spa, HG Montenegro Stars Budva, Lazure Hotel & Marina, Hotel Huma, Vila Bojana, Casa del Mar, Hotel Hilton Podgorica, Prometheus Travel Budva, Skijalista Crno Gore, and Montenegro Tourist Service.

Find the Montenegrin national stand at D1057, Hall 4, Pavilion 1

The Sarajevo Canton, one of Bosnia & Herzegovina’s 10 Cantons, features the country’s capital – Sarajevo. Emerging as a stunning historic region packed with history and beautiful landscapes, the Sarajevo Canton is becoming one of the Balkans’ travel gems.

At MITT 2020, the Tourism Association of Canton will exhibit with sub-exhibitor Europe Group.

Find the Sarajevo Canton stand at D1065, Hall 4, Pavilion 1

Landlocked Serbia sits in the heart of the Balkans, and while it may be off the beaten tourist track, it offers plenty to do, see and experience in its cities as well as its countryside.

Discover what’s on offer from the Serbia National Tourism Organisation and its sub-exhibitors TOB, TON, Luna Travel, Atomska Banja, and Apelsin.

Find the Serbian national stand at A4057, Hall 4, Pavilion 1

The Republic of Srpska, one of two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, sits in the densely-forested north and east of the country with dramatic mountains and rivers that flow into the Black Sea.

The Tourism Organisation of the Republic of Srpska will be joining us this March at MITT with its sub-exhibitors the Tourist Organisation of Trebinje and Zepter Passport.

Find the Srpska stand at D1063, Hall 4, Pavilion 1

The tranquillity of Slovenia’s mountainous landscape mixed with its charming architecture and cuisine is fast putting the country on the map, drawing tourists in from across the world.

Slovenia Tourist Board will be presenting Atlantida Boutique Hotel, Grand Hotel Rogaska, Grand Hotel Sava Superior, Rosaska Medical Centre, Renee Tours, Terme Krka, Sava Hotels & Resorts Slovenia, Terme Olimia and Ljubljana Tourism.

Find the Slovenian national stand at D2055, Hall 4, Pavilion 1

Alongside the main national stands, MITT will also feature plenty of individual stands from destinations and travel service companies offering exciting travel opportunities to the Balkans. View the full exhibitor list here.

Make sure you’re there in person to get the best deals and make meaningful connections with tour operators, DMCs, agents, and other travel service providers.

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