Do you want to travel the world? Do you want to get inspired for your next summer holidays? Or are you interested in starting a career in tourism? Pack up your things and come to Berlin, for ITB 2015, the world’s leading tourism trade fair.
Between March 4 and 8 and right beyond the famous Berlin Radio Tower the world of traveling finds its home: In 26 halls, 10,000 exhibitors will present the splendid opportunities of traveling. Countries and regions, hotels and tour operators, as well as Airlines, car rentals, and many more introduce you to their product and offer fascinating insights for all those, who have been bitten by the travel bug. Professional visitors and experts will get their time’s worth just as much as all those just willing to be inspired with wanderlust.
As every year, ITB has a partner country: Mongolia promises extraordinary travel experiences between silk road, desert solitaire and an interesting history. So far the country has mainly been popular with adventurers and backpackers, but in Berlin’s Congress Center Mongolia will offer its hidden treasures to everyone who is looking for something special.
But ITB is not only for travelers and trade visitors . If you are interested in starting a career in tourism you will find here in Berlin precious information. Hotels, tour operators and airlines are looking for young talents all the time; and so do tourism magazines and travel guides. Different opportunities for trainings and studies can be found at ITB, too.
Professional visitors will have access to the fair full time, for everyone else it is open on both visitor’s days on March 7 and 8. Tickets are valid for a full day (10 am to 6 pm) and cost 15 € (reduced 8 €). From Industriepalast Hostel you can comfortably take the S-Bahn of Warschauer Straße straight to ICC. Usually all hotels in the city are booked out during ITB, so better secure your bed here at Industriepalast soon.
Need more information? Check out www.itb-berlin.de.
Lots of wanderlust,
Blogger at Industriepalast Hostel Berlin
is Berliner by choice and a passionate backpacker himself. As a receptionist he knows the real hostel life; as a blogger he's been writing for Industriepalast Hostel's Berlin blog since 2014.