Known for its exclusive maritime flair, the elegant harbour city of Hamburg in Northern Germany continues to woo visitors with an increasing number of new interactive and digital experiences, adding more exciting tourist attractions for young and old to the Hanseatic city.
This year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM) witnessed a 106 percent increase in visitors from China and a 20 percent increase in international visitors to the event, which was held at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 28 – 1 May 01.
Swiss-Belhotel International, a global hospitality management chain, had concluded a highly successful four-days at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019, where it updated the Middle Eastern travel trade on its impressive plans for global expansion, brand development and environmental sustainability.
Finland welcomed almost 12,000 tourists from the UAE in 2018 revealed Visit Finland, the Finnish tourist authority, as it returned to Arabian Travel Market (ATM) with a unique campaign aimed specifically at Middle East tourists.
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) has made a colourful impression at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019, as it plans build on the 31 million visitors it welcomed in 2018, an 8,7 percent increase year-on-year.
It is hard to stand out from the crowd when you are one of 2,800 exhibitors – but the Moroccan National Provincial Tourist Office has been adjudged the Best Stand Design for its authentic representation of a typical Moroccan house at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019.
The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) showcased a range of key destinations at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019, which took place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from April 28 to May 01.
Africa’s vast aviation potential as the continent continues to increase airline frequency to the GCC will be explored at the Inaugural CONNECT Middle East, India and Africa – co-located with Arabian Travel Market 2019 and taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre on April 30 and May 01.
Arrivals from the Middle East to Egypt are expected to increase 50 percent from 1,49 million in 2018 to 2,23 million in 2022 with visitors from Saudi Arabia driving this growth, according to data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market 2019 (ATM), which takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 28 – 1 May 01.
More than 63 percent of the 89 million passengers who passed through Dubai airport in 2018 were in transit with just eight percent of these passengers leaving the airport to explore the emirate, according to the latest Colliers International data published by Reed Travel Exhibitions ahead of Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019, which takes place at Dubai World Trade Centre between April 28 – May 01.