ITB Berlin - International Travel Trade Show Berlin
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The ITB Berlin is the world's largest travel trade fair. It provides a unique opportunity to learn about different countries and regions all over the globe in one place.
Each year the ITB (short for Internationale Tourismus Börse) welcomes around 10,000 exhibitors from more than 180 countries and regions. Cities, tour operators, booking system developers, airlines, hotels and other businesses concerned with tourism introduce themselves and their services and inspire wanderlust.
The travel fair ITB in Berlin is cancelled due to the novel corona virus. A spokesman for the fair told the German Press Agency on Friday.
As the ITB Berlin is also conceived as a B2B platform, trade visitors have ample opportunity to expand their contacts and do business. For all others paying a visit to the ITB Berlin, the fair is a great way to discover the whole world within a few hours. The official partner country of the ITB 2020 is the Asian country Oman.
History of the International Travel Trade Show
The Internationale Tourismus Börse is a story of success "made in Berlin". From the first beginnings in 1966 with only five participating countries as part of an overseas import trade fair, the ITB has since developed into a worldwide success. With a total number of 180,000 visitors, the ITB Berlin is a centre of attraction for the tourism industry and influences travel experiences worldwide.
Messe Berlin (Berlin ExpoCenter City) on the map:
- Opening Hours
- 10 - 14 March 2021 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Please note that the trade fair is open to the general public on Saturday and Sunday only.
- Opening Hours
- 10 - 14 March 2021
- Admission Fee
- From 12 Euros
- Official Website of the ITB Berlin (in English)
Photo Galleries (in German)
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Last edited: 19. March 2021