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Biggest tourism industry event: Romania’s Tourism Fair will take place in Bucharest, on November 12-15

Romexpo organizes Romania’s Tourism Fair (TTR) twice per year, each edition transforming the Romexpo Exhibition Centre in an area of exotic destinations. Represented by the most important Romanian and foreign companies, the fascinating world of tourism is brought to the same venue during TTR’s spring and autumn editions.

This year’s autumn edition will take place on November 12-15, at Pavilion C1-C3 of the Romexpo Exhibition Centre.
This edition’s rate of internationalization stands at 21 per cent, 16 countries being set to present attractive tourism offers at the fair: Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, India, Jordan, Israel, Italy, United Kingdom, Palestine, Poland, Dominican Republic, Romania, Tanzania and Hungary.

Now at its 34th edition, Romania’s Tourism Fair remains the ideal venue for the presentation of the most interesting tourism offers and attractions located both in Romania and abroad, including cultural, rural and business tourism, medical tourism, exotic destinations, cruises and adventure tourism offers. The exhibiting companies’ offers also include accessories and gadgets necessary on any trip.

Apart from the B2C element, Romania’s Tourism Fair has an important B2B side, representing for specialists the ideal platform for meeting business partners, for renewing and consolidating existing relations with traditional partners.

Likewise, Romania’s Tourism Fair contributes to the consolidation of the tourism industry in our country through the promotion of tourism areas and of Romanian tourism services, but also through conferences and debates that tackle the industry’s problem alongside relevant authorities. Thus, each edition features connected events organized by Romexpo and the fair’s partners, which are: the Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Romania, the National Association of Tourism Agencies in Romania (ANAT), the Federation of Romanian Tourism Employers (FPTR), the National Association for Rural Ecological and Cultural Tourism (ANTREC) and the Organization of Balneary Tourism Employers in Romania (OPTBR).

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