HOLIDAY & SPA EXPO 2015
The 32-th International Tourist Fair HOLIDAY & SPA EXPO, will take place between 12thand 14th February 2015 in INTER EXPO CENTER – Sofia, Bulgaria.
The Exhibition’s format, allows to establish useful contacts between the participants and introduces various offers for tourism and traveling and the latest news in the branch.
The Exhibition is placed in three halls, accorded to participant’s profile.
You can find the applications and the terms for participation at our web site: www.holidayfair-sofia.com
HOLIDAY & SPA EXPO is held for over 30 years and is the leading tourism fair in Bulgaria. Commonly it´s opening is in February before the spring-summer season. The Exhibition is designed for both professionals and the general public.
Event of this kind is excellent opportunity for exhibitors from home and abroad to present their product, new programs, to establish useful business contacts, to see how the land lies with the competitors and learn about the new trends and developments in the tourism business.
Participants from abroad discover Bulgaria with it´s viarity of tourism product offerings and opportunities for year-round tourism – cultural, spa and wellness programs, eco and relaxing and archeological museums, seaside and mountain vacations.
The profile of the participants expands as in the exhibition are presented separately historical and archeological museums, nature reserves, bands for authentical folklore and customs.
Within the parallel program during the exhibition there will be discussions about current issues in the tourism development, new trends, ways to build an attractive and competitive product, direction for the development of the domestic tourism.
On August 27th the General Secretary of RECEVIN, Carme Ribes, travelled to the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv, invited by the Tourist Office of this city, to participate in a meeting convened by the Tourism Council of Plovdiv and the region of Trakia.
The meeting, whose main objective was to introduce the European Network of Wine Cities among the Bulgarian municipalities, was conducted by Lubozar Fratev, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tourism Council of Plovdiv and the tourism region of Trakia, and it was attended by political representatives from other municipalities, as the Major of Parvomay, representatives of the wine sector and of the university world, as well as print journalists and the Bulgarian Television.
Considering that wine industry is an important sector in the Bulgarian economy and society, Recevin may be an important tool for the promotion and exchange of experiences of the Bulgarian vine and wine municipalities in the rest of Europe.
Plovdiv – city of ancient origins, proud of its 8,000-year history, which has a rich culture and a great dynamism and interest in being a modern city, also wants to claim its winegrowing facet. Plovdiv is right now preparing its candidature to European Capital of Culture 2019. Plovdiv made clear during the meeting its interest in joining RECEVIN and work side by side with the cities of the Network, among other initiatives on the European Day of Wine Tourism.
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RECEVIN is the European Network of Wine Cities composed of towns or groups of towns belonging to the European Union with a strong economic dependence of viticulture and located in areas protected by the quality guarantee of their wines.