39th International Tourism Fair in Belgrade opened

The 39th International Tourism Fair has been opened in Belgrade. The fair will be opened until 26th February, and is the host to 1,100 exhibitors from 56 countries, including China, Russia and India.

The Fair was officially opened with a screening of a video clip “52 Weekends in Serbia”, created by the Serbian Tourism Board in order to better portray the country’s tourist offer, followed by a keynote speech by the Serbian Minister of Telecommunications, Trade and Tourism, Rasim Ljajic who underlined the importance of having China and Russia exhibiting at the Fair for the very first time.

The official slogan of this year’s Fair is “Enjoy on Time”. Numerous travel agencies, associations and organizations, hotels, mountain resorts, spas, lake resorts, cities, regions, airlines and international tour operators will present their services at the 39th International Tourism Fair. The Fair’s grounds span 30,000 square metres.

The visitors are given an opportunity to book holidays at the prices that are reduced between 5% and 50%.

Three other tourism events are taking place at the same time as the Tourism Fair. They are the 13th International HORECA Fair, the 8th Wine Fair BeoWine, and the 13th Souvenir Fair under the title “Visit Serbia”.

The 39th International Tourism Fair is open today and tomorrow between 10am and 7pm, and it closes on Sunday, at 5 pm. The entrance fee is 300 dinars for individual visits, and 200 dinars for group visits.

(eKapija, 23.02.2017)

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