The ITB Berlin is known as the meeting place for travel professionals. But it is also the most important and biggest travel show in Germany, and once those in the travel industry and tourism have completed their deals and networking, doors open to the public. Some 50,000 private visitors are expected to flock to the Internationale Tourismus-Börse Berlin, better known as ITB Berlin, throughout the weekend.
The scale of the show is immense, typically including some 10,000 exhibitors (Including Camino Travel) from 180 countries. This year’s official partner country is Mongolia.
Erika Kristaly from Camino Travel at ITB Berlin
Single-day adult tickets at the door cost 15 euros ($17); children under 14 enter for free. The Berlin Messegelaende, or exhibition grounds, can be reached by public transportation including bus, U or S-Bahn,or by a Postbus shuttle departing from the city’s main train station.
Erika Kristaly, our Marketing and Sales Manager in ITB Berlin, finds the travel show to be a great chance for Camino Travel to spread the word about some of our great deals, excellent and personalized service and mainly our ideas on sustainable travel.
Our stand is at Hall 3.1, 236-236b.