Almost 60 exhibitors, including museums from all over Europe, as well as cultural destinations and service providers will present themselves to the trade public at the world's largest travel trade show. This year the cultural platform is in a new location, in Hall 6.2. Here, tour operators and journalists not only receive concrete information about current cultural projects and planned exhibitions, but also get to know new destinations.
To be held under the continued patronage of Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group, the world's largest annual airport industry B2B platform will connect over 200-plus aviation brands and 100-plus buyers from over 30 airports and aviation authorities from 20 countries making it to the annual trade show from 9 to 11 May.
National tourism agency VisitBritain has recently started rolling out its new multi-million-pound international campaign for 2023 to drive tourism to Britain.
Although Kenya retains the crown as the most popular safari destination in Africa, South Africa is currently seeing the biggest growth in popularity. This is according to the annual African Safari Travel Report created by Go2Africa, an African-based travel company specializing in safaris.