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DAY 1 EDITION


WEDNESDAY<br />

7 th MARCH<br />

2015<br />

THURSDAY<br />

10 th MARCH<br />

2016<br />

<strong>ITB</strong><br />

QUICKFINDER<br />

INSIDE<br />

DAY 2<br />

NEWS<br />

TRADE TALK<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN CONVENTION<br />

SHOPPING TOURISM<br />

Mario Hardy<br />

CEO, Pacific Asia Travel<br />

Association<br />

Alex Yan<br />

Co-Founder, President and<br />

Chief Operating Officer, Tuniu<br />

Doug Lansky<br />

Travel journalist<br />

and author<br />

Marcelo Molinari<br />

Group Tourism Director,<br />

Value Retail<br />

“… many destinations<br />

have struggled to keep<br />

pace with infrastructure<br />

development in popular<br />

tourist areas…”<br />

Read page 10<br />

“… we continue to<br />

cooperate more and more<br />

with international partners<br />

in order to develop our<br />

business.”<br />

Read page 11<br />

“Should they continue to<br />

maintain a tourist office<br />

or are smartphones and<br />

WiFi taking over that role<br />

more effectively?”<br />

Read page 13<br />

“China indeed has been,<br />

and continues to be,<br />

a key market for the<br />

Collection of Villages<br />

in Europe.”<br />

Read page 28<br />

Hall 9<br />

Stand 316<br />

Hall 22 A<br />

Stand 104<br />

Hall 17<br />

Stand 109<br />

Dealing with Geopolitical Evolution<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> 2016 confirms Asia as centre of interest for<br />

the entire tourism industry<br />

This week’s announcement that <strong>ITB</strong> is<br />

moving into China coincides with a<br />

reinforced presence at the show of top<br />

Asian players. Some of this new “Asian<br />

flavour” comes from the presence, for the<br />

first time, of China Southern Airlines –<br />

the regions top carrier, as well as Tuniu,<br />

a billion dollar Chinese online tour<br />

operator.<br />

Indeed, China is the word on most tour<br />

operators’ and travel agents’ lips around<br />

the world as the growth in high-spending<br />

outbound Chinese tourists continues<br />

unabated, accounting for a major part<br />

of the overall growth in international<br />

tourist figures. This year’s <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

thus marks a true turning point with<br />

the announcement for the first time of<br />

a firm “link” to China, as of next year,<br />

and Chinese operators and carriers also<br />

comforting the fact that the <strong>Berlin</strong> event<br />

is the ideal “window to the world”.<br />

At the same time, other major DMOs in<br />

Asia, such as Indonesia (see minister<br />

pictured left) reinforce their win-win<br />

cooperation with the world’s premier<br />

travel and tourism event.<br />

See our exclusive interview - page 14<br />

Arief Yahya<br />

Minister of Tourism of Indonesia<br />

REGIONAL SPOTLIGHT<br />

ASIA<br />

According to the UNWTO,<br />

Asia and the Pacific (+5%)<br />

recorded 13 million more<br />

international tourist arrivals<br />

last year to reach 277 million,<br />

with uneven results across<br />

destinations. Oceania (+7%)<br />

and South-East Asia (+5%)<br />

led growth, while South<br />

Asia and in North-East Asia<br />

recorded an increase of 4%.<br />

China, with double-digit<br />

growth in expenditure every<br />

year since 2004, continues<br />

to lead global outbound<br />

travel, benefitting Asian<br />

destinations such as Japan<br />

and Thailand, as well as the<br />

United States and various<br />

European destinations.<br />

See our special feature from<br />

page 33<br />

Zhouzhuang, China


NEWS<br />

5<br />

EDITORIAL<br />

Richard Barnes<br />

Editor-in-Chief,<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> <strong>News</strong><br />

CONTENTS<br />

DAY 2<br />

EDITION<br />

Thursday<br />

10 th March<br />

2016<br />

<strong>News</strong>.............................................. page 7<br />

Trade Talk.....................................page 11<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> Convention................. page 13<br />

Exclusive Interview......................page 14<br />

SPECIAL FEATURES<br />

Golf Tourism................................ page 17<br />

Luxury.......................................... page 19<br />

Cruises......................................... page 25<br />

Shopping Tourism....................... page 27<br />

Nature Tourism<br />

& National Parks......................... page 29<br />

REGIONAL SPOTLIGHT<br />

Asia ............................................. page 33<br />

WHERE TO GO IN BERLIN..... page 45<br />

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Of a Worldwide Schengen Zone<br />

As countries such as Iran, Vietnam, Indonesia,<br />

and to some extent India, Myanmar and<br />

even South Africa, are “opening their arms”<br />

to the world’s travellers through simplified<br />

visa processes or even eradication of visas<br />

and simplified border controls, some nations<br />

in the western world are being tempted to<br />

“clam-up”, due to the refugee crisis and<br />

terrorism.<br />

Thankfully, the true leaders are lighting the<br />

way – such as Dr Michael Frenzel, President<br />

of the Federal Association of the German<br />

Tourism Industry and Chairman of the World<br />

Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), who sees<br />

the refugee situation as an “opportunity<br />

to integrate these new citizens through<br />

training, linguistics and employment - also<br />

helping the social problems in the regions<br />

from where the migration is happening,<br />

improving the perception of those areas.”<br />

UNWTO Secretary-General Taleb Rifai<br />

also stated this week in <strong>Berlin</strong> that “The<br />

challenge of security is not to close borders<br />

and consequently close ourselves to others.<br />

We however need also to be concerned<br />

about the wellbeing of our tourism industry.<br />

Our industry can alleviate poverty to a large<br />

number of people by generating wealth.<br />

By restricting foreign visitors movements<br />

or access to countries, politicians must<br />

understand that they will generate more<br />

damage than benefits to their own citizens<br />

by jeopardizing their future.”<br />

In the same spirit, turning our backs on<br />

nations such as Tunisia or Egypt due to their<br />

internal security issues is akin to putting<br />

our heads in the sand. The recent staging of<br />

the UNWTO meeting on media and tourism<br />

in Tunis is proof of the solid support of Dr<br />

Rifai to this nation. As an invited speaker, I<br />

can say that the movement of support from<br />

all the media, ministers, DMOs and travel<br />

professionals present for these nations<br />

suffering at the hand of an evil few was<br />

palpable. We also take our hats off to the<br />

UNWTO for the organisation of the First World<br />

Conference on Tourism for Development in<br />

Beijing on 18-21 May 2016, under the theme<br />

‘Tourism for Peace and Development’.<br />

Tourism is indeed a power for peace and<br />

development… And what transpires this<br />

week at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> is ample proof of its<br />

strength.<br />

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NEWS<br />

9<br />

Taleb Rifai,<br />

UNWTO Secretary-General:<br />

“Our industry can alleviate poverty<br />

to a large number of people by<br />

generating wealth”<br />

Spectacular <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Opening<br />

Ceremony<br />

Underlines<br />

Industry Solidarity<br />

Around 4,000 invited guests<br />

at the <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> opening<br />

ceremony witnessed<br />

not only a breathtaking<br />

tour of 2016 partner<br />

country, the Maldives,<br />

but also an exceptional<br />

demonstration of solidarity<br />

from all industry players<br />

towards sustainability and<br />

responsibility.<br />

Leading political figures<br />

at the event included<br />

the Governing Mayor of<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Michael Müller, Iris<br />

Gleicke, Parliamentary<br />

State Secretary at the<br />

Federal Ministry of<br />

Economics and Energy<br />

- and Government<br />

Commissioner for the new<br />

Federal States, SMEs and<br />

Tourism.<br />

Guests were greeted<br />

by Dr Christian Göke,<br />

CEO of Messe <strong>Berlin</strong>.<br />

Senior figures of the<br />

tourism industry<br />

included Dr. Michael<br />

Frenzel, President of<br />

the Federal Association<br />

of the German Tourism<br />

Industry (BTW), and Taleb<br />

Rifai, General Secretary<br />

of the World Tourism<br />

Organization (UNWTO),<br />

and David Scowsill,<br />

President and CEO of the<br />

World Travel and Tourism<br />

Council (WTTC), just to<br />

mention a few.<br />

Guests were entertained<br />

in the CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong> by<br />

a medley of folk dances,<br />

songs and music, and were<br />

offered an insight into the<br />

many aspects of Maldivian<br />

culture. Indeed, over 60<br />

artists told the story of the<br />

building of wooden boat,<br />

from keel-laying, through<br />

building the hull, right up<br />

to the craft’s launch.<br />

In a touching speech at<br />

the ceremony, UNWTO<br />

Secretary-General Taleb<br />

Rifai echoed the same<br />

sentiments he had<br />

conveyed at a press<br />

conference earlier in the<br />

day, underlining the fact<br />

that governments should<br />

not be building walls,<br />

despite fears of refugee<br />

influx or terrorism, citing<br />

the vital importance of the<br />

Schengen accord in this<br />

respect.<br />

The message conveyed<br />

by those speaking at the<br />

ceremony was that, more<br />

than ever, <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> is the<br />

place where world leaders<br />

come to discuss the<br />

fundamentals; that tourism<br />

is an incredible chance,<br />

but that it must benefit<br />

the people who live in the<br />

countries being visited,<br />

reflecting a total respect,<br />

and instilling tolerance<br />

and open-mindedness.<br />

Despite challenges and uncertain<br />

times, world tourism continued to<br />

grow last year as international tourist<br />

arrivals reached a new record of 1.18<br />

billion, up by 4.4% over the previous<br />

year. “International tourism reached<br />

new heights in 2015.<br />

The robust performance of the sector is<br />

contributing to economic growth and<br />

job creation. This is why I want to state<br />

again the utmost critical importance<br />

for countries to promote policies<br />

that foster the continued growth of<br />

tourism, including travel facilitation,<br />

human resources development and<br />

sustainability”, said UNWTO Secretary-<br />

General Taleb Rifai at a press event in<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> on Tuesday 8 th March.<br />

Tourism’s evolution in 2015 was<br />

under the influence of various<br />

factors. While dropping oil prices<br />

created additional purchasing power,<br />

fluctuating exchange rates had a more<br />

mixed effect. Although the decline in<br />

currencies values helped make some<br />

destinations more attractive - such as<br />

Europe or Japan, it also considerably<br />

slowed demand. “Russia is a typical<br />

example where the decline in the ruble<br />

translated into a double-digit drop in<br />

Russian travellers”, explained Rifai.<br />

Another devastating issue was acts of<br />

terrorism, and the following reactions<br />

by Federal Governments. “We all<br />

understand the need to offer a high<br />

level of security for all travellers to<br />

a country. However the challenge of<br />

the security is not to close borders<br />

and consequently close ourselves to<br />

the others. We however need also to<br />

be concerned about the well-being of<br />

our tourism industry. Our industry can<br />

alleviate poverty to a large number<br />

of people by generating wealth. By<br />

restricting foreign visitors movements<br />

or access to countries, politicians must<br />

understand that they will generate<br />

more damage than benefits to their<br />

own citizens by jeopardizing their<br />

future”, added Mr Rifai.<br />

DESPITE<br />

GEOPOLITICAL<br />

CONSTRAINTS, THE<br />

HABIT OF TRAVEL<br />

WILL NOT STOP AS<br />

IT IS PART OF MOST<br />

PEOPLE’S WAY OF<br />

LIFE<br />

Other issues will be to strengthen<br />

the sustainable development of<br />

tourism. “We will present targets of<br />

sustainability during the next UNWTO<br />

General Assembly with precise<br />

benchmarks to measure the state of<br />

development of tourism for countries”,<br />

Mr Rifai stressed.<br />

The UNWTO Secretary General<br />

however remained optimistic: “Despite<br />

geopolitical constraints, the habit of<br />

travel will not stop as it is part of most<br />

people’s way of life”.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


10 NEWS<br />

© Messe <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

FROM<br />

‘66TO‘16<br />

50 glorious years of <strong>ITB</strong> –<br />

stepping back in time<br />

Moosa<br />

Zameer<br />

Maldives Minister<br />

for Tourism<br />

This year is the 50 th anniversary of <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong>, marking a genuine success<br />

story “made in <strong>Berlin</strong>“. Each of this<br />

year’s editions of <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> <strong>News</strong><br />

looks back at one of the highlights…<br />

PART THREE<br />

Maldives Shows True Colours<br />

Moosa Zameer, Minister of Tourism of the Republic of<br />

Maldives, outlines key reasons to visit<br />

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS<br />

AND ALTERNATIVE TRAVEL<br />

PRODUCTS AND SERVICES:<br />

TRENDS IN THE EIGHTIES<br />

Moosa Zameer, Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Maldives, is attending <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> on behalf of the Official Partner Country. He was on hand at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>’s<br />

opening press conference to tell the assembled international media about the many<br />

developments in the flourishing Maldives tourist market, and spoke to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

<strong>News</strong> about the partner country’s commitment to promote tourism sustainability,<br />

safety, to reach out to major hotel brands, and to highlight the importance of the<br />

environment.<br />

The Maldives has one of the<br />

largest coral reef atolls in the<br />

world, in addition to 300 species<br />

of coral and more than 1,000<br />

species of fish. Our tourism, our<br />

economy and our environment<br />

go together. Without our<br />

environment we would not<br />

have our tourism and we<br />

would not have our economy.<br />

So we need to ensure that our<br />

environment stays healthy.<br />

Every new hotel development<br />

has to have an environmental<br />

impact study, while over the<br />

past 20 years all of the resorts in<br />

the Maldives have gone through<br />

a rigorous environmental<br />

impact assessment. We are also<br />

promoting more renewable<br />

energy, including solar. One of<br />

our targets for 2018 is for 30%<br />

of daytime energy to come from<br />

renewable energy. We want to<br />

ensure that these environmental<br />

and climate change policies are<br />

embodied in our development.<br />

Lastly, we have one of the<br />

first atoll-based biospheres in<br />

the world that has now been<br />

UNESCO certified. One of the<br />

areas is where sharks and manta<br />

rays are conserved and can be<br />

observed by tourists. We are<br />

working to see if the whole of<br />

the Maldives can be designated<br />

as a biosphere.<br />

How are you working with the<br />

other Vanilla Islands Alliance<br />

members such as Seychelles,<br />

Mauritius and Madagascar?<br />

We believe there is much we<br />

can do together to ensure that<br />

resources are shared. If you<br />

look at the premier hotelier<br />

beach destinations, Maldives<br />

is regularly among the number<br />

one locations and we can share<br />

our experience, not only as a top<br />

tourism market but in terms of<br />

sustainable tourism.<br />

Which market segment will<br />

you be focusing on at <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> and will you be allaying<br />

some isolated concerns about<br />

safety issues?<br />

Our main focus is going to be<br />

in the luxury segment of the<br />

tourism industry, which is rapidly<br />

increasing, despite discussion<br />

about safety issues. If you look at<br />

the period from November 2015<br />

to now, many celebrities and<br />

famous people have visited the<br />

Maldives because there are no<br />

safety issues. There has never<br />

been a terrorist incident where<br />

a tourist has been attacked.<br />

Our people understand that<br />

our livelihood relies on tourism<br />

and we offer great hospitality<br />

and ensure the safety of our<br />

visitors. It is important that all<br />

the major hotel brands from the<br />

major European countries who<br />

are looking to start new resorts<br />

in the Maldives and are making<br />

massive investments are aware<br />

of this fact - especially as we<br />

increase the capacity of the<br />

main international airport from<br />

1.5 to 7.5 million arrivals over<br />

the next three years and build<br />

additional international airports<br />

in the south and north.<br />

Hall 5.2 A / Stand 109, 109a<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> 1986 - Mexico<br />

During the Eighties, <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

established itself as a pioneer by<br />

introducing and showcasing new<br />

technologies. BTX was already being<br />

used to display trade fair information<br />

in 1981, for instance. Two years later,<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> joined the ongoing lively<br />

debate about “new media“. In 1988<br />

at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>, Galileo and Amadeus<br />

with their innovative electronic<br />

information systems and the START<br />

reservation system using BTX were<br />

two examples of the level of change<br />

affecting the industry.<br />

Over the years, <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> had also<br />

established a strong image with<br />

its content and was increasingly<br />

becoming a driving force in the<br />

tourism industry. When criticism<br />

arose of the more problematic<br />

aspects of tourism, <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

presented new and alternative travel<br />

products and services. In 1984,<br />

a special exhibition took place on<br />

the topic of alternative travel and<br />

barrier-free services, elements that<br />

are still focused on to this day.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


NEWS<br />

11<br />

CSR: A Leading Light from Nepal<br />

Raj Gyawali, Socialtours, Addresses<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

The Friday of <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> will open with an interactive yoga session. Raj Gyawali, founder and<br />

director of Socialtours, will explain how, through yoga, one can help to generate donations<br />

and raise awareness for children’s rights. Socialtours plays a lead role in the activities and<br />

practices of the Sustainable Tourism Network in Nepal, the MAST program, and a leading role<br />

in the Fringe RT Network worldwide. We asked Mr Gyawali to tell us a little more about “post<br />

earthquake” Nepal.<br />

Post Earthquake, there is a certain<br />

energy in the industry, come out of<br />

working together over a common<br />

hardship. The synergies that<br />

usually happen when these sort<br />

of energies exists always results<br />

in change and I think Nepal is reemerging<br />

as a stronger destination<br />

- with a better product base, better<br />

differentiation. Newer projects<br />

have also seized this lull in the<br />

market to emerge. The adventure<br />

image will always be there, but<br />

I think there will be a stronger<br />

focus on soft adventure - opening<br />

up Nepal to a wider audience<br />

worldwide.<br />

What is your “message” at <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong>?<br />

At <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>, my company<br />

socialtours hopes to stand out,<br />

as stated above, amongst the<br />

noisy market, with our very well<br />

differentiated products, presenting<br />

a new look at Nepal, especially<br />

post earthquake. Once that stand<br />

out is achieved, then of course the<br />

business follows in its footsteps. We<br />

are hoping to make a mark in Yoga<br />

and Nepal with two events on day<br />

1 and day 3 at Hall 4.1b, and with<br />

a panel discussion on NepalNOW<br />

and its process of recovery on <strong>Day</strong><br />

3. We also hope to meet colleagues<br />

and friends from the responsible<br />

tourism world at the annual RT<br />

Networking event on <strong>Day</strong> 3.<br />

Raj Gyawali<br />

Founder and Director,<br />

Socialtours<br />

Why is CSR so important?<br />

CSR in tourism is a must, not<br />

only in Nepal but globally. The<br />

ramifications of tourism tend to be<br />

very deep, and stakeholder bases<br />

of even the smallest operations<br />

quickly expand to hundreds. In<br />

this scenario, it is important that<br />

operations are run responsibly and<br />

sustainably. It can also be a very<br />

powerful tool for differentiation<br />

in a very noisy and competitive<br />

market, which tourism usually is.<br />

So it also really makes business<br />

sense.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


12 NEWS<br />

Asian Market Facing<br />

New Challenges<br />

PATA CEO Mario Hardy gives his “low down”<br />

on the current scenario<br />

What are the key<br />

tourism trends in Asia?<br />

We put the question to<br />

Mario Hardy, CEO of<br />

the Pacific Asia Travel<br />

Association (PATA)…<br />

Tourism numbers in Asia<br />

have increased steadily<br />

for the past decade<br />

and many destinations<br />

have struggled to keep<br />

pace with infrastructure<br />

development in popular<br />

tourist areas. Some are<br />

trying to catch up, but can’t<br />

keep up with the pace of<br />

the growth numbers. One<br />

solution is to encourage<br />

the dispersal of tourists to<br />

secondary destinations,<br />

a solution that is being<br />

encouraged in Thailand,<br />

Indonesia, Cambodia and<br />

other countries.<br />

Indeed, Japan has reemerged<br />

somewhat.<br />

Please tell us more.<br />

Japan has had a<br />

tremendous success in the<br />

past 2 years as Chinese,<br />

Thai, Koreans and others<br />

nationalities have started<br />

to visit the country in<br />

greater numbers.<br />

What are the main trends<br />

concerning China –<br />

outbound?<br />

In 2015, there were 116<br />

million outbound Chinese<br />

travellers, a number that<br />

is continuously increasing.<br />

According to “COTRI”, there<br />

are 280 million Chinese<br />

that have the financial<br />

means to travel overseas.<br />

This means that there are<br />

still another 164 million<br />

that could potentially<br />

travel. The devaluation of<br />

the yuan and the financial<br />

crisis currently hitting<br />

China is causing concerns<br />

in the industry. The reality<br />

is that outbound travel<br />

in China will continue to<br />

grow, although possibly at<br />

a slower pace in 2016.<br />

Is Myanmar having<br />

“growing pains” when it<br />

comes to tourism?<br />

Myanmar tourism<br />

infrastructure development<br />

is being outpaced by its<br />

fast growth in tourism<br />

arrivals. The country still<br />

has enormous potential<br />

and it is believed that in<br />

the next decade it could<br />

be amongst the leading<br />

destinations in Asia.<br />

There is still much need<br />

for tourism investments<br />

across the country if it is<br />

sustain the growth rate.<br />

What kinds of tourism are<br />

blossoming?<br />

The adventure market is<br />

the fastest growing sector<br />

across Asia. According to<br />

the “UNWTO”, it is believed<br />

that the sector is worth<br />

in excess of $263 billion.<br />

Young Asian travellers<br />

no longer wish to be<br />

spectators, but actors when<br />

they travel, according to a<br />

soon to be released study<br />

by PATA titled “Stepping<br />

Out of the Crowd”. They<br />

wish to experience travel,<br />

be part of it and engaged<br />

with local communities.<br />

Which DMOs appear to<br />

have the most assertive<br />

promotional campaigns in<br />

Asia?<br />

I must say that personally<br />

I’ve found the “It’s more<br />

fun in the Philippines”<br />

campaign to be memorable<br />

and engaging. You hear<br />

the first few words and can<br />

easily finish the sentence.<br />

You hear the song and<br />

know that it is about the<br />

Philippines. However in<br />

terms of effectiveness<br />

and results, I must say<br />

that Thailand has done<br />

extremely well in the past<br />

year with its “Thainess”<br />

campaign and the<br />

promotion of the 12 hidden<br />

gems of Thailand.<br />

How is PATA working to<br />

help promote the region<br />

and what will your<br />

activities be at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>?<br />

PATA is a bridge between<br />

the public and private sector<br />

and our aim is to bring<br />

both parties at the same<br />

table to tackle challenges<br />

in the industry and jointly<br />

develop new opportunities.<br />

We do this by publishing<br />

insightful research, by<br />

creating innovative events<br />

and organising training<br />

programs that help develop<br />

the necessary skill sets<br />

to develop our industry<br />

sustainably. PATA CEO and<br />

the association’s regional<br />

directors for Asia, China<br />

and EMEA will attend <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> and meet with many<br />

industry stakeholders<br />

gathering their thoughts on<br />

the challenges faced by the<br />

industry.<br />

PATA and Messe <strong>Berlin</strong> will<br />

jointly be hosting a lunch<br />

on March 10, 2016 from<br />

1200-1400 hrs at the Cube<br />

Club at CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong>.<br />

Mario Hardy<br />

CEO,<br />

Pacific Asia Travel Association<br />

(PATA)<br />

THE ADVENTURE<br />

MARKET IS THE FASTEST<br />

GROWING SECTOR<br />

ACROSS ASIA.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

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TRADE TALK<br />

13<br />

Meet Tuniu<br />

Chinese travel giant debuts at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Founded in 2006, Tuniu was not only established to expand package tour<br />

options for Chinese travellers, but to also collaborate with global travel<br />

providers looking to access China’s exploding outbound tourism market.<br />

While building a formidable catalogue of package and self-guided tours, Tuniu<br />

also consults overseas travel resource suppliers on how to understand and<br />

fulfill the needs and wants of Chinese tourists, and how to conduct effective<br />

cooperation with China’s domestic travel agencies. Benefitting from the<br />

continuing boom in China’s online leisure travel market - projected to grow<br />

almost 40% between 2014 and 2016 – the Nasdaq listed travel titan has come<br />

to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> for the first time to build new international partnerships. Alex<br />

Yan, Co-Founder, President and Chief Operating Officer of Tuniu, tells us more<br />

about the Chinese travel brand.<br />

Tuniu is a leading online<br />

leisure travel company in<br />

China. We offer a variety of<br />

products such as packaged<br />

tours, including organised<br />

and self-guided tours, as well<br />

as travel-related services<br />

such as air ticketing, hotel<br />

booking, online financial<br />

services, visa processing and<br />

tourist attraction ticketing<br />

for travelers. We have<br />

over 1,450,000 products<br />

connecting travellers from<br />

our 240 departure cities to<br />

150 destination countries.<br />

Do you expect market<br />

growth to continue in 2016?<br />

China’s leisure travel market<br />

continues to grow rapidly.<br />

This is primarily driven by the<br />

growing consumption power<br />

of Chinese consumers, and<br />

the evolution of leisure<br />

consumption patterns.<br />

For the year 2015, Tuniu<br />

generated RMB7.6 billion<br />

(Euro 1.06 billion) in net<br />

revenues and RMB10.6<br />

billion (Euro 1,48 billion) in<br />

gross bookings. According to<br />

analyst projections, China’s<br />

online leisure market in<br />

2016 will reach RMB 60.69<br />

billion (Euro 8.45 billion), up<br />

more than 35% year-on-year<br />

from 2015.<br />

What are your main goals at<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>?<br />

As Tuniu continues to expand<br />

its offerings across over 150<br />

destinations countries, we<br />

continue to cooperate more<br />

and more with international<br />

partners in order to develop<br />

our business. <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>,<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN<br />

IS FILLED WITH<br />

NEW TRAVEL<br />

INNOVATIONS<br />

AND CONCEPTS<br />

FROM ACROSS<br />

THE WORLD<br />

which is well known across<br />

the global travel industry, is<br />

a great platform for us to be<br />

exposed to new partners.<br />

By attending <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

we hope to let more travel<br />

companies know about our<br />

brand, and to establish new<br />

connections with potential<br />

partners.<br />

What will be the key trends<br />

in terms of Chinese traveller<br />

destinations?<br />

Growth has been strong<br />

across all regions as the<br />

increase in demand for<br />

outbound trips continues to<br />

increase. We are, however,<br />

seeing an especially strong<br />

surge in demand for<br />

destinations that are within<br />

a six-hour flight radius from<br />

China.<br />

Which European countries<br />

most appeal to your<br />

customers?<br />

Europe is a large part of<br />

our business. Travelers to<br />

Europe generally go through<br />

a number of European<br />

countries during their<br />

trip in order to get the full<br />

experience of the region.<br />

What should western<br />

receptive TOs and hotel<br />

operators do to better<br />

welcome Chinese clients?<br />

Language support and<br />

shopping discounts are<br />

some of the most helpful<br />

aspects when trying to better<br />

attract Chinese tourists.<br />

How important will <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> be as a platform<br />

for finding new ideas and<br />

inspiration?<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> is filled with<br />

new travel innovations and<br />

concepts from across the<br />

world. We are excited to<br />

be a part of the conference<br />

and to be able to explore<br />

how other companies are<br />

reinventing the concept of<br />

travel. Whether it’s mobile<br />

technology or new ways to<br />

take travelers on tours, it is<br />

important for us to always<br />

be ahead of the game in the<br />

constantly evolving travel<br />

industry.<br />

Alex Yan<br />

Co-Founder, President<br />

and Chief Operating Officer,<br />

Tuniu<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> CHINA FOR 2017<br />

Messe <strong>Berlin</strong>, organisers of <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> and <strong>ITB</strong> Asia, will add a third string to their<br />

bow in 2017 with <strong>ITB</strong> China.<br />

Announcing the move at the official opening press conference on Tuesday, Messe<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> CEO, Dr Christian Göke said his organisation had agreed partnerships with<br />

several major players in the travel industry in China (eds: such as Tuniu), and that<br />

the success of the event would depend on this strength of association.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN CONVENTION<br />

15<br />

The Tech<br />

Vortex<br />

Outlook keynote looks at<br />

changing digital landscape<br />

Review<br />

Analytics<br />

Moving The Needle<br />

With Guest Intelligence<br />

Although many hoteliers today monitor and measure online<br />

reputation, the key is to know how to improve it. In his<br />

presentation during the <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> Convention’s eTravel<br />

Lab today, RJ Friedlander, Founder and CEO, Reviewpro will<br />

demonstrate how leading organizations have successfully<br />

created guest-centric cultures and are using review analytics<br />

and direct feedback to drive operational and service<br />

improvements, giving rise to remarkable results. We asked RJ<br />

to tell us more…<br />

Hoteliers are increasingly<br />

understanding the importance of<br />

online reputation when travelers<br />

are choosing in which hotel to<br />

stay and can see the impact on<br />

bookings. Although many hoteliers<br />

today monitor and measure online<br />

reputation, the key is to know<br />

how to improve it to exceed guest<br />

expectations and outperform your<br />

competitors.<br />

With our clients we are seeing<br />

that organizations that have<br />

successfully created a guest-centric<br />

culture are achieving the most<br />

remarkable results in improving<br />

guest satisfaction and online<br />

reputation. It is essential to have<br />

the correct tools in place to obtain<br />

detailed insights to help you make<br />

the necessary changes to improve<br />

your overall reputation.<br />

How do review analytics help?<br />

Review analytics, combined with<br />

guest survey feedback analytics,<br />

allow hotels to prioritize operational<br />

and service improvements to deliver<br />

better guest experiences, drive<br />

guest loyalty and increase revenue.<br />

We filter out the noise to help staff<br />

RJ Friedlander<br />

Founder and CEO,<br />

Reviewpro<br />

focus so they can act on feedback<br />

quickly & efficiently. For example,<br />

our advanced sentiment analysis<br />

now enables you to identify the<br />

key concepts such as cleanliness,<br />

that are trending up or down, and<br />

more importantly, understand why<br />

and take appropriate action. You<br />

can also create customized views,<br />

alerts and automated reports with<br />

only the most relevant insights<br />

based upon your position within<br />

the organization.<br />

Our solutions monitor more<br />

than 160 review sources in 45+<br />

languages to make sure the right<br />

people have access to the right data<br />

to make the necessary departmental<br />

changes needed to improve guest<br />

satisfaction.<br />

MOVING THE NEEDLE<br />

WITH GUEST INTELLIGENCE<br />

Category: eTravel Lab <strong>Day</strong> 2<br />

Date: March 10, 2016<br />

Time: 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm<br />

Location: Hall 6.1, eTravel Lab<br />

Friday’s outlook keynote at the <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> Convention<br />

will be hosted by the now familiar face of Doug<br />

Lansky. Lansky is renowned as a thought leader in<br />

global tourism. His presentations are entertaining<br />

and thought provoking and his previous appearances<br />

at <strong>ITB</strong> have filled the auditoriums. We asked him<br />

how he sees the current state of play…<br />

The digital landscape is<br />

constantly changing, with<br />

destination marketers trying<br />

to figure out what’s the best<br />

use of their time and money.<br />

A few years ago, it was<br />

Facebook and Twitter. Now<br />

Instagram is the flavour of<br />

the month. But it’s important<br />

to look at the numbers...<br />

with a younger demographic<br />

A FEW<br />

YEARS AGO, IT<br />

WAS FACEBOOK<br />

AND TWITTER.<br />

NOW<br />

INSTAGRAM IS<br />

THE FLAVOUR<br />

OF THE MONTH<br />

flipping quickly through<br />

photos, how powerful are<br />

those impressions and how<br />

much to they contribute to<br />

putting heads in beds? Unlike<br />

most speakers on social<br />

media, Doug isn’t selling any<br />

social media services... just<br />

looking at the data. But that’s<br />

just one slice. Destinations<br />

are also trying to figure<br />

out if they should be in the<br />

booking and reservation<br />

business, or just allow the<br />

likes of booking.com to take<br />

over. Should they continue<br />

to maintain a tourist office<br />

or are smartphones and WiFi<br />

taking over that role more<br />

effectively?<br />

So it’s all about trying to<br />

get a firmer grip on what<br />

technology is useful and<br />

when…<br />

Sending a digital room key<br />

Doug Lansky<br />

Travel journalist and author<br />

to someone’s phone is a nice<br />

tech trick, and we may end<br />

up all using that in the near<br />

future, but it’s an example<br />

of how we often get caught<br />

up in the bells and whistles<br />

of travel technology instead<br />

of the game changers<br />

that influence behaviour,<br />

spending and sustainability.<br />

I want to focus on where<br />

digital is making larger<br />

strides forward and where<br />

it could be implemented to<br />

carrying tourism into the<br />

future.<br />

INTERACTIVE DEBATE:<br />

THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL<br />

TOURISM<br />

Category: <strong>ITB</strong> Marketing and<br />

Distribution <strong>Day</strong><br />

Date: March 11, 2016<br />

Time: 4:15 pm - 4:45 pm<br />

Location: Hall 7.1b,<br />

Auditorium London<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


16 EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW<br />

Indonesia… More Wonder<br />

Multi-target campaign boosts tourism for region<br />

To start 2016 with new hope and spirit, Indonesia has just rejuvenated its<br />

“Wonderful Indonesia” formulation. Further to this, huge strides have been<br />

made in the freeing-up of visa regulations for a number of countries. We asked<br />

Indonesia’s Tourism Minister Arief Yahya to tell us a little more…<br />

Arief Yahya<br />

Minister of Tourism<br />

of Indonesia<br />

The Ministry of Tourism<br />

launched the newest logo and<br />

5 distinctive selling points of<br />

Wonderful Indonesia under<br />

five thematic Wonderful<br />

Experience, which are:<br />

NATURAL WONDERS:<br />

Sea, Mountain, Forest, desert,<br />

valley, river, beach, cave,<br />

snow? Is it possible to have<br />

all of these wonders in one<br />

country? Yes: in Indonesia.<br />

Indonesia, with more than<br />

13,000 islands is the world’s<br />

largest archipelago with<br />

countless options for natural<br />

tourism.<br />

CULTURAL WONDERS:<br />

Indonesia is famous for its<br />

diverse heritage that has<br />

been inherited over the<br />

centuries. Some of it was<br />

even established before the<br />

10th century and has been<br />

officially recognized by<br />

UNESCO as World Heritage,<br />

such as the magnificent<br />

Borobudur temple. Along<br />

with Borobudur, people can<br />

marvel at the many cultural<br />

traditions in Bali, the Island<br />

of the Gods, the provinces of<br />

Yogyakarta and Central Java,<br />

among many others.<br />

SENSORY WONDERS:<br />

Indonesia also offers sensory<br />

wonders through local<br />

and international culinary,<br />

wellness, and all kinds of<br />

entertainment options round<br />

the clock in the big cities.<br />

MODERN WONDERS:<br />

Indonesia has several cities<br />

that never sleep, the biggest of<br />

which are Jakarta, Bandung,<br />

and Surabaya. Visitors can<br />

experience the best of an<br />

energetic city life at a very<br />

affordable price.<br />

ADVENTUROUS<br />

WONDERS:<br />

Indonesia offers different<br />

experiences for adventurous<br />

travellers: walk around with<br />

the Komodo dragon, the<br />

giant lizard that has dinosaur<br />

ancestors, explore the caves<br />

to see the “heaven light”, or<br />

climb the Rinjani mountain<br />

to see the blue fire in the Ijen<br />

crater.<br />

Those are the five united<br />

Wonderful Indonesia brand<br />

essences that will merge<br />

with the national Indonesia<br />

Tourism identity.<br />

One of the biggest items of<br />

news for the industry in 2015<br />

was the freeing-up of visa<br />

regulations for 90 countries.<br />

How has this gone down so<br />

far with the industry? <br />

Actually by the end of Dec,<br />

2015 Indonesia’s visafree<br />

entry countries had<br />

skyrocketed from 15 to 174!<br />

Now virtually every country<br />

in the world can send its<br />

citizens to enjoy “Wonderful<br />

Indonesia” visa-free.<br />

This visa free for tourism<br />

purposes is for a stay of up to<br />

30 days.<br />

On 12 June 2015, Indonesia<br />

added another 30 countries<br />

to the visa free list bringing<br />

the total to 45 countries.<br />

On October 2015, another<br />

45 countries were added,<br />

bringing the total to 90<br />

countries. On 21 December,<br />

the Indonesian Government<br />

announced that another 84<br />

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW<br />

17<br />

ful Than Ever!<br />

countries would be added to<br />

the visa free list. These will<br />

add up to 174 countries.<br />

As you can imagine, both the<br />

Indonesian tourism industry<br />

as well as our partners<br />

overseas are delighted by<br />

this “visa free” policy, which<br />

encourages more visitors<br />

to come at less expense<br />

and makes entry hasslefree<br />

on arrival. We expect<br />

visitor numbers to climb<br />

significantly as a result of<br />

this policy.<br />

Regulations have been<br />

greatly eased for foreign<br />

leisure yachts to tour<br />

Indonesia’s islands. What<br />

does this change and how<br />

will it help tourism?<br />

In 2011, Indonesia signed<br />

into law a new maritime<br />

tourism regulation that will<br />

change the face of yachting,<br />

not only within Indonesia<br />

but throughout the region.<br />

November 2011, it was<br />

officially stated that the PIB<br />

Customs Bond had been<br />

eliminated by the Indonesian<br />

Customs Department and<br />

replaced with a new and<br />

more amicable system.<br />

In 2015, to make things<br />

even easier for yachters,<br />

Indonesia created President<br />

Decree 105 of 2015. The<br />

convenience permit includes<br />

the liberalization of CIQP<br />

(Customs, Immigration,<br />

Quarantine, Port Clearance)<br />

and the removal of CAIT<br />

(Clearance Approval for<br />

Indonesia Territory) or TIP<br />

(Temporary Import Permit).<br />

Further to this, the Ministry of<br />

Transportation Regulation<br />

No.171 states that all the<br />

CIQP Paperwork will be<br />

done in 1 day maximum.<br />

The customs form that took<br />

up so much time will be<br />

simplified into a single (one<br />

page) declaration form.<br />

Clearance is only required<br />

at entry and departure<br />

ports, domestic clearance is<br />

no longer required. These<br />

new regulations are being<br />

applied at the 18 entry and<br />

exit ports.<br />

In December 2015, Vice<br />

President Jusuf Kalla<br />

officially established the<br />

Mandalika Resort area<br />

in Central Lombok as a<br />

Special Economic Zone<br />

(KEK) dedicated to Tourism<br />

Development. How do<br />

you expect this to trigger<br />

economic and social<br />

development?<br />

Mandalika’s geographical<br />

position and wealth of<br />

natural resources make<br />

it a natural choice for the<br />

government to develop the<br />

region commercially and<br />

economically. Facing the<br />

vast India Ocean, the zone<br />

has 7.5 kilometres of white<br />

sand beach and is quite<br />

popular with surfers and<br />

divers throughout the year.<br />

Various coral reefs lay under<br />

the water of Mandalika’s<br />

beaches, which also offer<br />

visitors with amazing spots<br />

for diving and snorkeling.<br />

In the next 15 years, the<br />

area is projected to be an<br />

integrated resort in 2030<br />

with international standard<br />

facilities with more than<br />

10,000 rooms, residential,<br />

MICE and Showbiz facility,<br />

Theme park, Underwater,<br />

River osmosis, Sea Water<br />

desalination, Marina,<br />

Port terminal and golf<br />

course. In terms of<br />

connectivity, Mandalika is<br />

also easily connected with<br />

international airport in<br />

Lombok, a destination that<br />

is recognized as having the<br />

World’s best halal tourism.<br />

The accelerated<br />

development of the<br />

Mandalika resort in Central<br />

BY 2019,<br />

WE PLAN<br />

TO DOUBLE<br />

THE NUMBER<br />

OF FOREIGN<br />

VISITOR<br />

ARRIVALS AS<br />

COMPARED TO<br />

2014.<br />

Lombok aims to help<br />

improve economic growth<br />

in Indonesia through the<br />

Special Economic Zone<br />

which does not only aim<br />

to maximise tourism<br />

potentials but also develop<br />

as a centralised food<br />

production zone, which<br />

includes agriculture, cattle,<br />

and maritime. Its location in<br />

the hills of Rinjani Mountain<br />

also offer a geographically<br />

competitive advantage to be<br />

developed as a geothermal<br />

energy exploration site.<br />

Considering such positive<br />

forecasts and presence<br />

of strong growth drivers,<br />

businesses in special<br />

economic zones are surely<br />

tipped to grow strongly.<br />

How is tourism growth<br />

progressing this year and<br />

what are your projections<br />

for the next three to five<br />

years?<br />

By 2019, we plan to double<br />

the number of foreign visitor<br />

arrivals as compared to<br />

2014. With the right strategy<br />

in marketing, infrastructure<br />

improvement, supported<br />

regulations, business<br />

scheme, and technology<br />

development,we are<br />

confident to reach the<br />

target.<br />

What is your key message<br />

to the world’s travel agents<br />

and tour operators in 2016?<br />

The key message is to<br />

promote brand essence of<br />

Indonesia through the 5<br />

World’s of Wonder in 2016,<br />

namely: Natural Wonders,<br />

Cultural Wonders, Sensory<br />

Wonders, Modern Wonders<br />

and Adventurous Wonders.<br />

As tourists always are<br />

always seeking different<br />

activities, they have new<br />

destinations to explore.<br />

Indonesia has a lot more to<br />

offer beyond Bali such as<br />

Central Java; Papua; Jakarta,<br />

Bandung, Batam and so<br />

much more. Come and<br />

explore further!<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


GOLF TOURISM<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

19<br />

Major Growth Potential<br />

Riding a new wave of enthusiasm for golf tourism<br />

A 2015 survey by IAGTO<br />

(International Association<br />

of Golf Tour Operators)<br />

indicates that up to 20%<br />

potential for growth exists<br />

in this sector – a fact of<br />

which the Hilton Hotels<br />

group seems to be critically<br />

aware.<br />

Having recently launched<br />

their own golf tourism<br />

website, Hilton is sponsoring<br />

events around the globe.<br />

The latest such event,<br />

the inaugural Maybank<br />

Championship Malaysia<br />

took place at Royal Selangor<br />

from 18-21 February and the<br />

Hilton Kuala Lumpur was<br />

proud to be the official hotel<br />

of the highly anticipated cosanctioned<br />

event.<br />

Boasting a prize purse of<br />

US$3 million, the top players<br />

from the Asian Tour and<br />

European Tour descended<br />

on the capital of Malaysia<br />

to enjoy a wonderful week<br />

of hospitality both on and<br />

off the course, courtesy of<br />

Hilton. Amongst the top<br />

names in the field were<br />

Louis Oosthuizen, Martin<br />

Kaymer, Thongchai Jaidee<br />

and Malaysia’s very own<br />

Danny Chia and Nicholas<br />

Fung.<br />

As part of Hilton’s<br />

activation at the event,<br />

the company offered one<br />

million HHonors points to<br />

anyone scoring a Hole-In-<br />

One, which was achieved<br />

by Casey O’Toole during<br />

the second round after he<br />

holed the 193 yard tee shot<br />

with a seven iron. O’Toole<br />

who achieved his first<br />

competitive Hole-In-One<br />

said “It’ll be nice to stay<br />

in some Hilton hotels” as<br />

he applies his trade on the<br />

Asian Tour in 2016.<br />

Another “first” was the<br />

recent Hilton Durban<br />

Golf Cup at the Durban<br />

Country Club (DCC) on<br />

Friday 23 October, 2015.<br />

The big winner of the<br />

evening, was the Els for<br />

Autism Foundation, which<br />

benefited from the proceeds<br />

of a silent auction.<br />

Across the US market,<br />

IAGTO began its first<br />

nationwide golf tourism<br />

study In September<br />

2015 following an<br />

announcement in June at<br />

its 7th North America Golf<br />

Tourism Convention (NAC)<br />

in Palm Springs that it was<br />

teaming up with Brand<br />

USA on a major initiative<br />

to drive golf tourism to the<br />

United States.<br />

US GOLF TOURISM<br />

SURVEY SHOWS<br />

ROOM FOR<br />

GROWTH<br />

IAGTO Chief Executive<br />

Peter Walton said: “It was<br />

striking that only 2% of the<br />

participating courses kept<br />

accurate data on domestic<br />

and international visitor<br />

numbers, so providing<br />

them with a mechanism<br />

to achieve this simply and<br />

with minimum hassle was<br />

very well received.”<br />

Key mid-term findings<br />

from the IAGTO U.S. golf<br />

tourism survey:<br />

93% of courses perceived<br />

themselves to be attractive<br />

to the international golf<br />

visitor and a further 4%<br />

were unsure of their<br />

appeal, while only 9.8% of<br />

visitor rounds were played<br />

by international golf<br />

travellers.<br />

44% of courses projected<br />

that golf visitor numbers<br />

would be up in 2015<br />

compared to 2014, with<br />

only 6% experiencing or<br />

expecting a drop in visitor<br />

green fees.<br />

There was much less<br />

certainty projecting<br />

international visitor<br />

numbers compared to<br />

domestic golf visitors,<br />

with 18% of courses<br />

unable to gauge whether<br />

international golf visitors<br />

would increase or decrease<br />

in 2015. This compared<br />

to only 7% of courses that<br />

were unsure about the<br />

trends of the domestic<br />

market, demonstrating that<br />

many courses did not have<br />

a good “handle” on the<br />

international market.<br />

Overall, international<br />

visitor rounds were<br />

expected to grow by 1.95%<br />

in 2015 with domestic<br />

visitor rounds growing by<br />

1.80%. Of those courses<br />

experiencing an increase<br />

in visitor numbers, average<br />

growth per course in 2015<br />

was expected to be 6.4%<br />

from international visitors<br />

and 7.4% from domestic<br />

visitors.<br />

83% of courses were able<br />

to calculate the capacity<br />

for growth in golf visitor<br />

rounds in 2016 and beyond.<br />

This “desirable capacity<br />

for growth” represents<br />

19.3% of existing visitor<br />

round numbers – meaning<br />

UP<br />

TO 20%<br />

POTENTIAL<br />

FOR GROWTH<br />

EXISTS IN<br />

THIS SECTOR<br />

almost one extra golfer for<br />

every five golfers currently<br />

playing.<br />

41% of courses stated that<br />

international golf visitors<br />

spent an average of 18%<br />

more per person in the<br />

pro shop and on food and<br />

beverages than domestic<br />

visitors.<br />

Tens of millions of dollars<br />

were also generated<br />

directly by golf visitors in<br />

room night sales from only<br />

this small sample of golf<br />

courses and golf resorts.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


20 SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

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What drives the american golf vacation<br />

According to a 2015<br />

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golf courses in the world<br />

and 45% are in the United<br />

States. Golf is a $70 billion<br />

industry employing 2<br />

million Americans. Golf<br />

even generates almost<br />

$4 billion a year for US<br />

charities.<br />

Size, quantity, cost and<br />

convenience… the four most<br />

typical characteristics that<br />

define American sales offers<br />

of all types, also apply to the<br />

game of golf.<br />

It’s the size and space in<br />

America, the ability to stretch<br />

out… the inspiring scenic<br />

views along the fairways, the<br />

natural and man-made water<br />

obstacles of the golf courses<br />

that impress most tourists.<br />

When it comes to quantity,<br />

America is the golfer’s<br />

Xanadu. There are nearly<br />

16,000 golf courses to choose<br />

from and about 12,000 are<br />

public-access.<br />

Golf tends to be cheaper in<br />

USA, except you won’t notice<br />

that at top level courses like<br />

Pebble Beach.<br />

And convenient. Not only<br />

because there are more<br />

courses but because when you<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

arrive there is easier access,<br />

better parking, more facilities<br />

and less administrative fuss.<br />

Yes, American golf seems to<br />

international tourists… well,<br />

so democratic. There are so<br />

courses for many different<br />

levels of golfers.<br />

Let’s pick one example… on<br />

a vacation in the Thousand<br />

Islands region of New York<br />

State, you could drop in<br />

without a reservation, pay $15<br />

for 9-holes (plus $5 if you rent<br />

clubs) and play the Wellesley<br />

Island State Park Golf Course,<br />

part of the New York State Park<br />

system. The “signature” hole<br />

would have to be #3, where a<br />

good drive will do nothing to<br />

save you from having to scale<br />

the 40’ rock cliff upon which<br />

the green is balanced. The<br />

views from the tees on Holes<br />

4 and 5 are awe-inspiring. On<br />

Hole #5, you tee off from the<br />

top of a ledge to the green in a<br />

valley below.<br />

While the US offers some of the<br />

top golf vacations in the world,<br />

the message is golf vacations<br />

are accessible to all—and can<br />

even be incorporated into<br />

almost any other American<br />

vacation.<br />

If Wellesley Island might<br />

be your more average fare,<br />

consider the Coeur d’Alene<br />

AMERICAN<br />

GOLF SEEMS TO<br />

INTERNATIONAL<br />

TOURISTS…<br />

WELL, SO<br />

DEMOCRATIC.<br />

Resort Golf Course, on the<br />

shore of a lake in Northern<br />

Idaho. It is best known for<br />

its par-3 14th hole-- the only<br />

movable island green in the<br />

world. Built on a barge on<br />

submerged tracks, the green<br />

moves daily as a computer<br />

changes the distance to a<br />

variable 95 to 200 yards.<br />

Did we mention if you use<br />

the fax on #9 Tee you can<br />

order--delivered #10 Tee-<br />

- a picnic basket? Or have<br />

a complimentary sports<br />

massage on practice range.<br />

You can also dine at the<br />

five-star restaurant with<br />

panoramic lake views and a<br />

$2 million wine inventory. This<br />

is the sort of over-indulgence<br />

that fascinates visitors and yet<br />

is only par for the course in<br />

America.<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

Chelsea Piers Golf<br />

What’s golf without some practice?<br />

Here are some noteworthy practice<br />

courses that international visitors can try<br />

out. After all, practice makes perfect…<br />

CASCATA<br />

(Boulder City, Nevada)<br />

At Cascata, you drive golf balls toward<br />

a 418-foot waterfall on the mountain.<br />

The waterfall’s waterway meanders<br />

the course-- and even goes through<br />

the clubhouse. Bighorn sheep roam the<br />

back nine at this luxurious, $60 million<br />

facility.<br />

BANDON DUNES<br />

(Bandon, Oregon)<br />

America’s most remote golf resort. The<br />

expansive range has loads of tees, plus big<br />

chipping areas and putting greens. Also<br />

on the resort property is The Punchbowl, a<br />

giant putting course featuring waitresses<br />

who take drink orders.<br />

RMU ISLAND<br />

SPORTS CENTER<br />

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)<br />

Operated by Robert Morris University,<br />

this is the largest indoor golf dome in<br />

America, 100 yards across, with two tiers<br />

of hitting bays.<br />

GOLF CLUB AT CHELSEA<br />

PIERS<br />

(NYC, New York)<br />

The range is only 200 yards long and<br />

you’ve got to hit off mats, but this is the<br />

Big Apple. Four levels and you’re hitting<br />

toward the Hudson River.<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


LUXURY<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

21<br />

Welcome To The Neighbourhood<br />

Canopy By Hilton aims to incorporate local culture into its new<br />

international properties<br />

With the first Canopy by Hilton<br />

hotel opening in Reykjavic in<br />

June, and a second in London<br />

announced this week, <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> <strong>News</strong> spoke to its guru,<br />

Gary Steffen, Vice President<br />

Hilton Brand Management.<br />

Steffen is confident that this<br />

new lifestyle concept - the<br />

latest addition to Hilton’s<br />

growing international portfolio<br />

of brands - will feel right for<br />

the right customer. It seems<br />

a younger-skewed brand, but<br />

in the process of explaining<br />

who this Canopy customer<br />

will be, Gary Steffen referred<br />

to himself as a “fifty-year-old<br />

millennial! We have created an<br />

accessible lifestyle brand, and<br />

we don’t want to group it by<br />

demographics: a grandfather<br />

who wants to experience great<br />

design, art, food - we welcome<br />

him. We don’t want to be<br />

restrictive - it’s for mindsets,<br />

not demographics,” he says.<br />

Steffen speaks enthusiastically<br />

about comfort and design, and<br />

the idea of a “neighbourhood”<br />

- a key word for Canopy.<br />

“The site in Reykjavic is at<br />

the heartbeat of the city.<br />

Great neighbourhood,” he<br />

says. “The site used to be a<br />

furniture factory, and a haven<br />

for artistic graffiti. So the hotel<br />

incorporates that - the furniture<br />

in the guest rooms will resemble<br />

the furniture of yesterday that<br />

used to be made in the factory.<br />

The graffiti and tagging art will<br />

also literally be incorporated<br />

into the design of the building<br />

- it’s a neighbourhood within a<br />

neighbourhood”<br />

Brandishing a pair of branded<br />

orange socks - “We won’t put<br />

slippers in the rooms, we’ll<br />

put socks - because we can!”<br />

- Steffen believes that Canopy<br />

will attract new customers<br />

to the Hilton brand who are<br />

positively seeking out an<br />

independent-seeming, unique<br />

experience.<br />

Hall 9 / Stand 316<br />

Gary Steffen<br />

Vice President,<br />

Hilton Brand Management<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


LUXURY<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

23<br />

2016: A Milestone Year of Stylish<br />

New Addresses for AccorHotels<br />

Luxury & Upscale Brands<br />

Sunset Beach Villa<br />

Bathroom Interior Evening<br />

Sunset Beach Villa<br />

- Villa Interior<br />

AccorHotels Luxury & Upscale brands – which include<br />

Sofitel Hotels & Resorts, MGallery by Sofitel and<br />

Pullman Hotels & Resorts – report an “exquisite” 2015,<br />

with considerable growth and expansion around the<br />

world, including more than 38 hotel openings across<br />

six continents, from Melbourne to Miami, Abidjan to<br />

Palermo, Buenos Aires to Bangkok.<br />

New Luxury Ideas<br />

in the Maldives<br />

Amidst the exotic<br />

turquoise hues of<br />

South Malé Atoll lies<br />

the tranquil island of<br />

Maadhoo; home to the<br />

soon-to-open lifestyle<br />

luxury resort - OZEN by<br />

Atmosphere at Maadhoo,<br />

Maldives.<br />

Opening its doors<br />

in July 2016 - OZEN<br />

by Atmosphere<br />

OZEN BY ATMOSPHERE AT MAADHOO<br />

offers the discerning<br />

traveller a uniquely<br />

exclusive holiday plan<br />

– “The Atmosphere<br />

INDULGENCE” where<br />

guests will experience<br />

the ultimate hassle-free<br />

beach holiday in the<br />

Maldives. Spread over<br />

an expansive turquoise<br />

lagoon, OZEN by<br />

Atmosphere at Maadhoo<br />

features 41 beachfront<br />

villas and 49 over-water<br />

villas, built on creatively<br />

designed stilts. All living<br />

spaces are created<br />

with utmost luxury &<br />

comfort in mind, while<br />

incorporating a seamless<br />

fusion of modern design,<br />

nature and vibrancy.<br />

AMONG THE TOP TEN ALL-INCLUSIVE RESORTS<br />

IN THE WORLD - ATMOSPHERE KANIFUSHI MALDIVES<br />

Atmosphere Kanifushi<br />

offers the discerning<br />

traveller a hassle-free five<br />

star resort experience<br />

in the Maldives, with<br />

a unique premium allinclusive<br />

holiday plan –<br />

Platinum PLUS. Platinum<br />

PLUS is a fine collection<br />

of unlimited premium<br />

wines, spirits, beer &<br />

cocktail; a combination<br />

of buffet, fine dining<br />

& theme night dining<br />

options; together with an<br />

array of activities ranging<br />

from excursions, sunset<br />

fishing, snorkelling &<br />

non-motorised water<br />

sports… all included in<br />

one price.<br />

Within just nine months<br />

of opening, AOL UK<br />

selected Atmosphere<br />

Kanifushi Maldives<br />

among the “Top Ten<br />

All-Inclusive Resorts<br />

in the World” for 2015.<br />

Additionally, Atmosphere<br />

Kanifushi Maldives is the<br />

only resort to be selected<br />

within this prestigious<br />

list from the entire Asian<br />

Region.<br />

Hall 5.2A / Stand 109, 109a<br />

2016 is poised to hold<br />

more openings, luxurious<br />

experiences and memorable<br />

stories, from continued<br />

development in the Asia-Pacific<br />

region (with the openings<br />

of Sofitel Damansara Kuala<br />

Lumpur, Sofitel Singapore<br />

City Center, Hotel Royal Hoi<br />

An – MGallery by Sofitel,<br />

Pullman Shishi Mattison), to<br />

an exciting new presence in<br />

Cuba (Pullman Cayo Coco)<br />

and stylish new hotels across<br />

Europe (including Hôtel Boutet<br />

Paris Bastille – MGallery by<br />

Sofitel, Hotel Leicester Square<br />

– MGallery by Sofitel, Pullman<br />

Liverpool Hotel).<br />

SOFITEL HOTELS & RESORTS:<br />

A MAGNIFIQUE OUTLOOK<br />

Sofitel’s 2016 flagship openings<br />

will include SO Sofitel Hua<br />

Hin in China (January), Sofitel<br />

Tamuda Bay Resort & Spa in<br />

Morocco (April) and Sofitel<br />

Frankfurt Opera in Germany<br />

(September). Looking ahead,<br />

Sofitel will also introduce SO<br />

Sofitel La Habana in Cuba.<br />

With construction underway<br />

in 2016, the hotel is expected<br />

to open in 2018. This year,<br />

Hotel Royal Hoi An,<br />

MGallery Collection,<br />

Vietnam<br />

MGallery by Sofitel will also<br />

continue the momentum set<br />

in 2015 with the opening of<br />

the 80-room Hotel Leicester<br />

Square – MGallery by Sofitel at<br />

the end of the year, which will<br />

notably advance AccorHotels’<br />

ambitious UK expansion<br />

plans.<br />

Hall 9 / Stand 215<br />

© Etienne Bossot<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


ADVERTORIAL<br />

LUXURY<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

25<br />

A New Take on Luxury in Bali<br />

Park Hotel Group’s first luxury hotel in Bali opens its doors<br />

Park Hotel Group, one of Asia Pacific’s top<br />

hospitality groups, has strengthened its presence<br />

in Southeast Asia with a new management<br />

contract in Indonesia. Thanks to a new<br />

partnership with Twenty-One Development, the<br />

Group has introduced its first resort in Indonesia<br />

- Park Hotel Nusa Dua Bali.<br />

Nestled on 3.4 hectares of<br />

land, Park Hotel Nusa Dua<br />

Bali has 152 guestrooms<br />

and suites with room sizes<br />

ranging from 25sqm to<br />

209sqm. The suites are<br />

perfect for family getaways<br />

providing the expansive<br />

space a family requires and<br />

the perfect private space<br />

that couples long for. The<br />

suites are complete with<br />

a generous living room,<br />

dining area, kitchen,<br />

private balcony and pantry.<br />

The resort also has 39<br />

villas comprising of 35<br />

one-bedroom and 4 twobedroom<br />

units, each with<br />

a private swimming pool<br />

and a traditional Balinese<br />

pavilion set in a lush tropical<br />

garden.<br />

Allen Law, Park Hotel<br />

Group’s CEO said, “We<br />

are pleased to be in this<br />

partnership with Twenty-<br />

One Development. We are<br />

confident that we will be<br />

able to build trustworthy<br />

and mutually successful<br />

relationships as we unlock<br />

the potential value of this<br />

asset. This partnership is<br />

an important milestone for<br />

our brand and the Group<br />

as we expand our presence<br />

in Indonesia with our first<br />

resort in Bali, a strategic<br />

and well-renowned travel<br />

destination. With the<br />

Indonesian government’s<br />

recent pro-tourism<br />

initiatives, such as the visafree<br />

access for major source<br />

countries, Park Hotel Nusa<br />

Dua Bali is well-poised to<br />

ride on an exciting wave of<br />

tourism growth.”<br />

Mr. Roy Sindhunirmala,<br />

Twenty-One Development’s<br />

Chairman said, “We are<br />

delighted to partner with<br />

one of the most established<br />

Asian hospitality brands as<br />

they enter the Indonesian<br />

market with their first<br />

resort. We are confident<br />

that with Park Hotel Group’s<br />

track record and expertise,<br />

the resort will scale new<br />

heights. We look forward to<br />

the associated advantages<br />

of Park Hotel Group’s global<br />

distribution reach and<br />

strong brand recognition<br />

as the property rebrands to<br />

Park Hotel Nusa Dua Bali.”<br />

Guests at the Park Hotel<br />

Nusa Dua Bali can pamper<br />

themselves with a selection<br />

of spa treatments in the<br />

sanctuary of the spa or in the<br />

privacy of their villas. The<br />

hotel’s facilities also include<br />

a rooftop dining restaurant,<br />

a bar, a gymnasium,<br />

business centre, function<br />

rooms and a tour desk.<br />

The hotel is located on<br />

a hilltop in the popular<br />

precinct of Nusa Dua,<br />

providing stunning views of<br />

Nusa Dua Beach and Benoa<br />

Bay, creating the perfect<br />

setting for relaxation. It is<br />

a 10-minute drive from<br />

Ngurah Rai International<br />

Airport and is within easy<br />

access to the beaches<br />

of Nusa Dua, Tanjung<br />

Benoa, Uluwatu and the<br />

entertainment areas of<br />

Jimbaran and Kuta.<br />

Commonly referred to as<br />

the Island of Gods, Bali<br />

needs no introduction.<br />

Probably the most famous<br />

island out of the 17,000<br />

islands that make up the<br />

Indonesian archipelago,<br />

Bali offers visitors a<br />

beautiful and diverse natural<br />

environment, ranging from<br />

sheer natural beauty of<br />

looming volcanoes and lush<br />

terraced rice fields, to a rich<br />

and varied culture known<br />

for its dramatic dances<br />

and colourful ceremonies,<br />

its skilled artisans, pristine<br />

beaches and exciting night<br />

life.<br />

With a current portfolio of<br />

12 properties across five<br />

countries and eight cities<br />

in the region, Park Hotel<br />

Group remains anchored on<br />

strengthening its business<br />

through acquisitions and<br />

hotel management services<br />

WITH THE INDONESIAN<br />

GOVERNMENT’S RECENT PRO-<br />

TOURISM INITIATIVES, SUCH AS<br />

THE VISA-FREE ACCESS FOR MAJOR<br />

SOURCE COUNTRIES, PARK HOTEL<br />

NUSA DUA BALI IS WELL-POISED<br />

TO RIDE ON AN EXCITING WAVE OF<br />

TOURISM GROWTH<br />

globally. We will continue to<br />

extend the Group’s service<br />

philosophy of providing<br />

‘Loving Hospitality’ in<br />

new hotels in key gateway<br />

locations.<br />

Hall 26A / Stand 106b<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


26 SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

LUXURY<br />

Travelling<br />

in Style<br />

American Airlines re-invents the<br />

lounge with “Flagship Dining”<br />

MCO Admirals Club Design<br />

The French Touch<br />

Wynn Las Vegas adds new nightclub<br />

& more luxury retail<br />

Wynn Las Vegas<br />

announces the Wynn<br />

Plaza luxury retail<br />

complex featuring<br />

23,000 M2 of luxury<br />

retail space.<br />

Debuting late 2017, the<br />

complex will augment<br />

(now more than<br />

52,800 M2) the existing<br />

luxury retail collection<br />

currently showcased at<br />

Wynn Las Vegas and<br />

sister hotel Encore-- as<br />

well as bring the luxury<br />

shopping experience<br />

to the high traffic area<br />

bordering Las Vegas<br />

Blvd.<br />

“We had 300 or more<br />

feet on the Strip right<br />

on the sidewalk in<br />

unused real estate<br />

that was very, very<br />

valuable,” said Steve<br />

Wynn, chairman and<br />

CEO of Wynn Resorts.<br />

“This represents an<br />

opportunity for future<br />

development that is<br />

quite unique.”<br />

The design of Wynn<br />

Plaza is influenced<br />

by legendary Avenue<br />

Matignon on the<br />

Right Bank of Paris,<br />

invoking elegance<br />

and sophistication.<br />

Wynn Plaza will play<br />

on elements of natural<br />

light and airiness, with<br />

two stories covered<br />

by atriums and a<br />

skylight rotunda that<br />

is showcased in the<br />

heart of the space.<br />

Two entrances off of<br />

the Strip as well as a<br />

dedicated valet service<br />

will make the area<br />

highly accessible to<br />

visitors-- and interior<br />

entrances will offer a<br />

natural transition and<br />

seamless flow within<br />

Wynn and Encore.<br />

Wynn Las Vegas also<br />

announced the newest<br />

concept in nightlife,<br />

Intrigue, opening in<br />

April to mark Wynn<br />

Las Vegas’ 11th<br />

anniversary. Intrigue<br />

will feature state-of-theart<br />

lighting and sound<br />

designed by awardwinning<br />

John Lyons<br />

Systems throughout<br />

the spectacular<br />

14,000-square-foot<br />

venue. Up to 1,200<br />

patrons can enjoy<br />

THE<br />

DESIGN OF<br />

WYNN PLAZA<br />

IS INFLUENCED<br />

BY LEGENDARY<br />

AVENUE<br />

MATIGNON<br />

ON THE RIGHT<br />

BANK OF PARIS<br />

contemporary party<br />

music that will cross<br />

over many different<br />

genres creating a<br />

high-energy dancing<br />

environment. A new<br />

glass enclosed patio<br />

will allow year-round<br />

views to the venue’s<br />

dramatic waterfall<br />

and spectacular<br />

pyrotechnics show.<br />

Additionally, a<br />

1,200-square-foot<br />

private club within the<br />

club will be a social<br />

media free zone,<br />

allowing guests the<br />

ultimate in privacy.<br />

Hall 2.1/ Stand 480<br />

American Airlines created the<br />

first airport lounge as a retreat<br />

for customers in New York<br />

in 1939. Now, as part of a $3<br />

billion customer experience,<br />

it’s re-imagining the lounge<br />

experience for 2016 and<br />

beyond.<br />

A first for any US carrier,<br />

American will introduce a<br />

one-of-a-kind, pre-flight meal<br />

with full tableside service<br />

and elegant dining at select<br />

gateway hubs, including JFK,<br />

DFW, LAX, and MIA).<br />

Scheduled to open in early<br />

2017, First Class customers<br />

on American’s threeclass<br />

international and<br />

transcontinental flights<br />

will have exclusive access<br />

to Flagship Dining. The<br />

experience will debut at JFK,<br />

offering complimentary, fullservice<br />

tableside dining with<br />

seasonal menus with locallysourced<br />

ingredients curated by<br />

a New York Executive Chef.<br />

“We want our customers to<br />

have a luxurious escape no<br />

matter the reason for their<br />

trip,” said Fernand Fernandez,<br />

American’s VP – Global<br />

Marketing. “Our goal is to<br />

deliver chef-driven creations<br />

and local flavours, giving<br />

customers a five-star restaurant<br />

experience when they travel.”<br />

Starting this spring, American<br />

will also redefine its exclusive<br />

Flagship Lounge locations at<br />

JFK, LAX and Chicago’s O’Hare<br />

International (ORD), with<br />

more expansive spaces, more<br />

modern furnishings and access<br />

for more premium customers.<br />

The elevated Flagship Lounge<br />

experience will debut at<br />

DFW, MIA and Philadelphia<br />

International.<br />

Continuing its refresh of<br />

Admirals Club lounges across<br />

its global network, American is<br />

adding locations at Houston’s<br />

George Bush Intercontinental<br />

Airport (IAH) and Orlando<br />

International Airport (MCO).<br />

Beginning this month,<br />

American will be making over<br />

the Arrivals Lounge experience<br />

at London Heathrow<br />

International (LHR). Expect<br />

private showers and dressing<br />

areas, food and beverage<br />

service and valet pressing.<br />

This year American introduces<br />

Premium Economy on<br />

international routes with the<br />

delivery of its new Boeing<br />

787-9 Dreamliner - The airline<br />

invested in lie-flat seats,<br />

international Wi-Fi; more inflight<br />

entertainment options<br />

and power outlets, and an<br />

upgrade of complimentary<br />

healthy food, cocktails and<br />

more.<br />

Hall 2.1/ Stand 480<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


CRUISES<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

27<br />

The Call of the Volga<br />

River cruising increasingly seen as a great option for visiting Russia<br />

Vodohod Russian River Cruises<br />

is the largest operator of river<br />

cruises in Russia and tour<br />

operator of complete cycle,<br />

uniting under its control all<br />

the links in the chain of service<br />

- transportation, meals,<br />

excursions, entertainment,<br />

and staff training. We asked<br />

Irina Pigalova, Director of<br />

the company’s Incoming<br />

Department, to tell us a little<br />

more about the company.<br />

After a long and illustrious past<br />

as the Volga Flot Tour, in 2004,<br />

the “Vodohod” trademark was<br />

registered as a symbol of the most<br />

modern and high-quality product<br />

on the Russian river cruise market.<br />

Today, we have cruises from<br />

Moscow, St. Petersburg, Samara,<br />

Nizhny Novgorod and Kazan on the<br />

main rivers of the European part<br />

of Russia. Our small recreational<br />

passenger fleet is also involved in<br />

regular passenger transportation in<br />

the North-West, Central and Volga<br />

federal districts. In all, we have 44<br />

vessels and transport 105 thousand<br />

people on cruises, and 450 thousand<br />

on recreational tours per year.<br />

Vodohod cruises offer a superb<br />

combination of culturally enriching<br />

tours including visits to ancient<br />

churches and unique historical<br />

sites with special charming<br />

atmosphere on board. A great<br />

variety of activities is offered every<br />

day, like Russian language classes,<br />

Russian songs and dances, the<br />

Russian tea ceremony or Vodka<br />

tasting shows. Every evening, the<br />

guests are invited for concerts of<br />

classical or folk music and discos<br />

with contemporary music. Our staff<br />

do their best so that all our guests<br />

feel cozy, just like at home; and<br />

that’s why our clients and partners<br />

regularly come back.<br />

Where do most of your international<br />

customers come from and what<br />

are your main growth areas?<br />

From the very beginning Vodohod<br />

welcomed guests from European<br />

countries, the United States,<br />

Australia, New Zealand, Turkey<br />

and South America. In the past<br />

few years we have seen increasing<br />

demand for Russian river cruises<br />

from Asian countries, for example<br />

in the 2015 season, we carried over<br />

3,000 guests from China, we also<br />

have good experience with hosting<br />

guests from Vietnam, and we are<br />

expecting to get more business<br />

from Korea, as recently our two<br />

countries introduced a visa-free<br />

regime.<br />

Hall 25 / Stand 123<br />

Irina Pigalova<br />

Director, Incoming Department,<br />

Vodohod Russian River Cruises<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


28 SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

CRUISES<br />

The Cruise<br />

Capital<br />

Where Tourists First Learn<br />

to Love Cruises<br />

River Cruises<br />

Break New Ground<br />

From the Volga to Vietnam,<br />

Crucemundo River Cruises explore<br />

new waterways this season<br />

With its business built on river cruises<br />

in Europe and Russia, Spanish cruise<br />

operator Crucemundo is expanding<br />

into South East Asia for the 2016<br />

season. Two brand new luxury river<br />

ships provide an innovative way to<br />

explore this vibrant and unspoilt<br />

region, along two new routes. The<br />

Mekong River Cruise is an expedition<br />

between Cambodia and Vietnam on<br />

one of the world’s fabled waterways:<br />

from the majestic Angkor Wat<br />

temples through small rural villages<br />

to the Vietnamese capital, the Pearl<br />

of South East Asia - Ho Chi Minh<br />

City. The Irrawaddy River Cruise,<br />

meanwhile, provides a voyage along<br />

the verdant “Road To Mandalay”<br />

between the historic cities of Yangon<br />

and Pyay - taking in spectacular<br />

ancient Buddhist temples en route<br />

through Myanmar, the former British<br />

colony of Burma.<br />

Both of these new routes represent<br />

an evolution in tourism to the region<br />

as it opens its doors to the West.<br />

Never far from the riverbanks, a river<br />

cruise with its scheduled stopovers<br />

is an ideal way to sample indigenous<br />

tribes, beautiful scenery and countries<br />

seemingly frozen in time. It is this<br />

close contact with the countryside<br />

that has led to the rise in popularity<br />

of river cruising. Crucemendo’s<br />

portfolio of cruises in Europe along<br />

the Rhine and the Danube, with<br />

wine tasting and cultural richness at<br />

every stop, and their classic Volga<br />

adventure between Moscow and St<br />

Petersburg on Russia’s “Golden Ring”<br />

have established the company as a<br />

choice for tourists looking for new<br />

ways to explore.<br />

The ship has to be a destination in<br />

itself, and each of these river cruises<br />

has its own bespoke vessel suited to<br />

its destined waterway: from the 5-star<br />

MS Rostropovich, one of the most<br />

luxurious ships ever to cruise through<br />

Russia, to the brand new Mekong<br />

Navigator, designed to mimic the<br />

architecture of the French colonial<br />

homes of Old Saigon. Sophisticated<br />

floating accommodation providing<br />

access to innovative destinations -<br />

this is the river cruise model with<br />

which Crucemundo is breaking new<br />

ground in 2016.<br />

Hall 25 / Stand 123<br />

96% of Miami visitors come via<br />

Miami International Airport,<br />

the only airport in USA served<br />

by more than 100 airlines. And<br />

that makes accessibility one<br />

of Miami’s strongest points.<br />

And yet you can’t talk about<br />

Miami without talking about<br />

Port Miami and its cruise ship<br />

harbour.<br />

“I often talk about the airport,”<br />

says William D. Talbert III,<br />

CDME, President and CEO,<br />

Greater Miami Convention<br />

& Visitors Bureau, “But I<br />

also want to put in a plug for<br />

Miami as ‘the cruise capital<br />

of the world’. We own that<br />

phrase. We always were and<br />

we always will be the cruise<br />

capital of the world’. We’re<br />

very bullish on Port Miami<br />

and our partnership there.”<br />

If almost all the visitors come<br />

via airplane, why is Port<br />

Miami so important? Many<br />

visitors to Miami either come<br />

specially to jump on cruise<br />

ships or decide (while in<br />

Miami) to take some of the<br />

short cruises as breaks. For<br />

many tourists, a 3-day cruise<br />

to Nassau in the Bahamas<br />

is their first taste of a cruise<br />

vacation and convinces them<br />

to come back for longer trips.<br />

Norwegian escape<br />

The new 164,600-ton, 4248<br />

passenger Norwegian Escape<br />

sailed into Miami in late 2015<br />

and is home-ported in Miami<br />

year-round. The ship cruises<br />

to eastern and western<br />

Caribbean, sporting signature<br />

artwork on the hull designed<br />

by renowned artist and ocean<br />

conservationist Guy Harvey.<br />

PortMiami is the year-round<br />

home port for Carnival<br />

Cruise Line’s largest and<br />

most innovative ship to date,<br />

the 133,500-ton Carnival<br />

Vista, sailing six to eight-day<br />

Caribbean cruises beginning<br />

December 2016. Its inaugural<br />

Mediterranean itineraries<br />

will mark Carnival’s return to<br />

Europe.<br />

The first of MSC Cruises’ next<br />

generation “Seaside” class,<br />

the MSC Seaside will be<br />

sailing year-round beginning<br />

December 2017.<br />

Sir Richard Branson ‘s Virgin<br />

Cruises has also selected<br />

PortMiami as its home port--<br />

its first cruise ship which will<br />

set sail in 2020.<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


SHOPPING TOURISM<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

29<br />

Selling More Than Just a Destination<br />

Shopping tourism, key for destination marketing<br />

“One of the most used<br />

tools in the promotion of<br />

destinations” this is how<br />

Shopping Tourism was<br />

described by the World<br />

Tourism Organization.<br />

Shopping Tourism “is a<br />

highly relevant component<br />

for travellers when<br />

choosing and preparing<br />

their trip” underlined<br />

Yolanda Perdomo, Director<br />

of the Affiliate Members<br />

Programme at UNWTO.<br />

Jörn Gieschen, Researcher<br />

at the Instituto de Empresa<br />

(IE) and the MasterCard<br />

Observatory on Premium<br />

Markets and Prestige<br />

Products states that<br />

“shopping tourism is<br />

intimately related to city<br />

travel which constitutes<br />

58% of the total”.<br />

“There is an additional<br />

concept about shopping<br />

tourism: that of small and<br />

local shopping experiences<br />

which according to our<br />

research is much more<br />

attractive for travellers than<br />

the big global brands” he<br />

added. One of the trends<br />

shared was the so-called<br />

‘Bleisure’ - the combination<br />

of Business and Leisure.<br />

“58% of business travellers<br />

add a day or even a<br />

weekend to their business<br />

trip,” he said.<br />

Eva Ruiz Cendon, Director<br />

of Marketing at Mastercard<br />

indicates that “despite the<br />

fact that 80% of payments<br />

worldwide are done<br />

in cash, electronic and<br />

mobile payments offer<br />

excellent opportunities<br />

for businesses.” The<br />

company’s “Priceless Cities”<br />

programme, engages cities<br />

such as Madrid and New<br />

York, facilitating leisure<br />

activities in relevant<br />

destinations in cooperation<br />

with brands and shops.<br />

Meanwhile, Michel Durrieu,<br />

Director of Tourism at<br />

the Ministry of Foreign<br />

affairs and International<br />

Development in France,<br />

has introduced the issue<br />

of sustainability linked<br />

to shopping tourism,<br />

mentioning a recent<br />

innovation: the digital<br />

certificate.<br />

Speaking about the most<br />

visited city in the world,<br />

Paris, Durrieu says that<br />

shopping and gastronomy<br />

are major criteria to decide<br />

on destinations, and<br />

therefore should be included<br />

in any strategy. Diversity,<br />

price and quality, opening<br />

hours, customer orientation<br />

© iStock - Rawpixel Ltd<br />

in shops, handicrafts and<br />

souvenirs quality were<br />

mentioned by the Director<br />

of Tourism in France, as<br />

key aspects to advance in<br />

shopping tourism.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


30 SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

SHOPPING TOURISM<br />

I’ll Buy That!<br />

Shopping tourism grows in importance – as Chinese<br />

increasingly flock to outlets<br />

For 2016, China will continue to be the largest international tourism<br />

source market in terms of trips and spending, way ahead of the USA, with<br />

Germany as the runner-up, and major tourist destinations will continue<br />

to be crowded by large groups of first-time Chinese travellers. We asked<br />

Marcelo Molinari, Group Tourism Director, Value Retail, to explain the<br />

trend, as well as growth in the Chinese domestic market…<br />

China indeed has been, and<br />

continues to be, a key market<br />

for the Collection of Villages<br />

in Europe. According to taxrefunded<br />

sales, China was<br />

the top contributing market<br />

to the Collection in 2015,<br />

generating 50% of taxrefunded<br />

sales, an increase<br />

of 30% compared to the<br />

previous year. Meanwhile,<br />

Value Retail also opened<br />

the first Village in China in<br />

2014: Suzhou Village, near<br />

Suzhou. Suzhou Village is an<br />

original fusion of Italian and<br />

artisanal Chinese influences<br />

that create an elegant<br />

and distinct customer<br />

experience; earlier this<br />

year it was recognised as<br />

a ‘Star Performer’ in the<br />

12th annual Hurun Report<br />

2016 ‘Best of the Best’<br />

awards, determined by a<br />

survey of the most affluent<br />

individuals in mainland<br />

China. The Village is<br />

spectacularly located<br />

on the western shore of<br />

Yangcheng Lake Peninsula,<br />

in historic Suzhou, and<br />

serves the discerning<br />

visitors to this major tourist<br />

destination. And in spring<br />

2016 Value Retail will<br />

unveil what will be one of<br />

the most important luxury<br />

shopping destinations in<br />

Asia, Shanghai Village.<br />

It is strategically located<br />

adjacent to Shanghai<br />

Disney Resort at the heart<br />

of a Chinese government<br />

multi-billion US dollar<br />

master plan, the Shanghai<br />

International Tourism and<br />

Resorts Zone. The only<br />

luxury outlet shopping<br />

destination within the<br />

Zone, Shanghai Village will<br />

be defined by a distinctive<br />

offer of international luxury,<br />

fashion and lifestyle brands,<br />

together with restaurants<br />

and cafés serving regional<br />

and international cuisine,<br />

in a grand and magnificent<br />

Art Deco inspired setting,<br />

fusing cultural influences<br />

from the East and West.<br />

IN SPRING 2016 VALUE RETAIL<br />

WILL UNVEIL WHAT WILL BE ONE<br />

OF THE MOST IMPORTANT LUXURY<br />

SHOPPING DESTINATIONS IN ASIA,<br />

SHANGHAI VILLAGE<br />

What’s different about<br />

the Collection of Villages<br />

compared to other outlets?<br />

The Villages have<br />

established themselves<br />

as international luxury<br />

shopping destinations.<br />

Each Village in Europe is<br />

created to reflect, in terms<br />

of design, some of the<br />

culture and heritage of its<br />

region; each Village, as<br />

open-air pedestrianised<br />

streets and squares, is<br />

therefore an entirely unique<br />

architectural setting for<br />

an enjoyable day-out<br />

experience. The brand mix<br />

in each Village is in each<br />

case a distinctive edit of<br />

international and national<br />

brands, with some brands<br />

and designers that can be<br />

new to our international<br />

guests, alongside the<br />

celebrated international<br />

names. So there is an<br />

ongoing sense of discovery;<br />

each time a visitor returns,<br />

there is something new.<br />

The Villages are home<br />

to restaurants and cafés<br />

offering cuisine of the<br />

region, alongside European<br />

and international fare, so<br />

our guests can truly unwind<br />

during their time with us.<br />

We partner with some<br />

400 travel trade partners,<br />

facilitating visits to the<br />

Villages with ease as part<br />

of their itineraries in the<br />

Villages’ regions.<br />

What’s “new”?<br />

This summer, the Collection<br />

of Villages will celebrate the<br />

Best of Europe. Many of the<br />

Villages will host exclusive<br />

events, brand and blogger<br />

collaborations and there<br />

are some exciting popup<br />

boutiques launching<br />

across the Villages. In<br />

particular Kildare Village,<br />

which underwent a major<br />

expansion in 2015, will<br />

focus on the best that<br />

Ireland has to offer and<br />

2016 will, of course, also<br />

see the opening of Shanghai<br />

Village, the eleventh Village<br />

in the Collection. Fidenza<br />

Village will also launch its<br />

Creative Spot campaign, a<br />

collaboration with Vogue<br />

and Camera Nazionale della<br />

Moda Italiana to showcase<br />

fashions by emerging local<br />

Marcelo Molinari<br />

Group Tourism Director,<br />

Value Retail<br />

and international talent.<br />

In late 2015 the Bicester<br />

Village Station, a brand<br />

new railway station, was<br />

unveiled, serviced directly<br />

from London Marylebone<br />

in less than one hour.<br />

The station incorporates<br />

a new VIP services desk<br />

and Information Hub, and<br />

beautiful waiting room, and<br />

all adjacent to the Village<br />

itself.<br />

Who are you primarily<br />

meeting with at <strong>ITB</strong> - and<br />

what are your key goals at<br />

the show?<br />

The main purpose for our<br />

presence at <strong>ITB</strong> this year is<br />

again to raise awareness<br />

of our unique offering in<br />

terms of shopping tourism<br />

and an experience unlike<br />

any other. We aim to meet<br />

with industry leaders and<br />

key players in the tourism<br />

industry and to reach<br />

agreements that benefit<br />

our guests by offering them<br />

the ultimate shopping<br />

experience. With this in<br />

mind we aim to develop<br />

to our existing tourism<br />

partners who continue to<br />

add value to our guest’s<br />

experience and create<br />

new partnerships that will<br />

add value to the shopping<br />

tourism experience.<br />

Hall 18 / Stand 125a<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


NATURE TOURISM<br />

& NATIONAL PARKS<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

31<br />

A Walk Among The Treetops<br />

Lithuania leads the way with innovation in nature tourism<br />

Recently recognised by the<br />

UNWTO with an award for<br />

innovation in tourism, the<br />

Anykščiai Regional Park is a<br />

breathtaking destination for<br />

nature lovers from around the<br />

globe.<br />

The 300-metre treetop walking<br />

path, which rises to 21m above<br />

the ground, was opened in August<br />

2015 and has already been very<br />

popular with domestic and<br />

international tourists. A unique<br />

attraction within the Baltic and<br />

Eastern Europe, the number of<br />

visitors to Anykščiai increased<br />

from about 9,000 to around<br />

150,000 visitors within only three<br />

months of the opening of the<br />

walkway.<br />

The elevated pathway, which is<br />

crowned by a watchtower – it also<br />

features an information centre<br />

and accommodates visitors with<br />

disabilities – is located in a forested<br />

river valley that supports a large<br />

number of rare plant species.<br />

Visitors can wander through the<br />

forest canopy on educational<br />

tours that inform guests about the<br />

rare flora on show.<br />

This beautiful landscape that<br />

marks the site, and which has<br />

long attracted writers and artists,<br />

is located in a reserve that is a<br />

part of Natura 2000, a European<br />

ecological network. This area<br />

was celebrated in the poem “The<br />

Forest of Anykščiai”, written by<br />

famous Lithuanian writer Antanas<br />

Baranauskas, which exalts the<br />

close relationship between nature<br />

and humankind, and which is<br />

quoted on information stands<br />

along the pathway.<br />

The treetop walk is well-placed at<br />

the intersection of hiking, cycling,<br />

water and motor tourism routes,<br />

and combines educational, health,<br />

historical and cultural tourism.<br />

Hall 18 / Stand 126b<br />

Paradise Found<br />

FASCINATING<br />

NATURE HOLIDAYS<br />

IN GERMANY<br />

Kandima Maldives is a new<br />

game-changing destination<br />

set to open later this year in<br />

Dhaalu Atoll, one of the most<br />

remote and pristine atolls<br />

in the Maldives. The lush<br />

tropical island measuring<br />

three km in length features<br />

a large natural lagoon and<br />

is ringed by coral reefs<br />

and aqua waters rich in<br />

marine life – and even<br />

some shipwrecks. Pitched<br />

at nature lovers, divers<br />

and snorkeling fans, the<br />

reef surrounding Kandima<br />

Island include endless<br />

tunnels, caves, overhangs<br />

and gullies, offering the<br />

ultimate diving experience<br />

and an opportunity to<br />

access unexplored reefs<br />

and virgin dive sites.<br />

Visitors can head to<br />

Mermaid Point on the<br />

eastern side of Kandima<br />

island for some of the best<br />

snorkelling in the Malvives.<br />

Among the brilliantly<br />

decorated soft corals and<br />

sea fans, large schools of<br />

spinner dolphins, plenty<br />

of green sea turtles and<br />

even the occasional whale<br />

shark can be viewed in the<br />

crystal clear waters. For<br />

those looking to relax, the<br />

accommodation features a<br />

private decking area from<br />

which to enjoy endless<br />

tropical ocean views – while<br />

daily yoga and meditation<br />

classes are also on offer.<br />

Hall 5.2A / Stand 109, 109a<br />

The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) kickedoff<br />

2016 with a new theme for the year: “Fascinating<br />

nature holidays in Germany”.<br />

Worldwide marketing campaigns and trade<br />

activities are centred this year on the 130 natural<br />

landscapes throughout Germany, including 16<br />

national parks, 15 UNESCO protected biosphere<br />

reserves and more than 100 natural parks.<br />

Germany is the most popular nature destination<br />

amongst Europeans. More than one third of<br />

Germany consists of protected natural sites, and<br />

the country’s consistent and responsible treatment<br />

of the environment is another reason for the GNTB<br />

to position Germany as a sustainable holiday<br />

destination.<br />

“Fascinating nature holidays in Germany” is<br />

an online campaign with several elements,<br />

starting with the enhancement of the homepage<br />

www.germany.travel/natur. Comprehensive<br />

information and an interactive map are available<br />

in several languages, and showcase the variety of<br />

Germany’s natural wonders.<br />

Hall 12 / Stand 102<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


32 SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

NATURE TOURISM<br />

& NATIONAL PARKS<br />

100 Years…<br />

and Not a Wrinkle!<br />

US National Park Service kicks off<br />

second century<br />

© National Parks Adventure<br />

© National Parks Adventure<br />

Robert Redford<br />

Narrates “National<br />

Parks Adventure”<br />

On August 25 th , 2016, the National<br />

Park System in the USA celebrates<br />

100 years of providing tourists with<br />

some of the world’s most spectacular<br />

natural views.<br />

No one even counted the visitors to<br />

America’s national parks until the<br />

year Teddy Roosevelt was reelected<br />

President in 1904. There were 120,000<br />

visits to America’s 11 national parks<br />

in that first year. In 2015, the National<br />

Park Service (NPS) certified more<br />

than 307 million visited their parks,<br />

an increase of nearly 5%.<br />

More than 20,000 employees care for<br />

the 410 parks in the National Park<br />

System and preserve natural, cultural<br />

and historic landscapes across 84<br />

million acres (340,000 km²).<br />

“The popularity of national parks<br />

is well known, but last year’s<br />

numbers really are extraordinary,”<br />

said National Park Service Director<br />

Jonathan B. Jarvis. “As the National<br />

Park Service celebrates its 100th<br />

year, we’re preparing to welcome<br />

more visitors than ever including a<br />

new generation of park supporters<br />

and advocates who are discovering<br />

their own national park adventures.”<br />

Well-known parks set records in<br />

2015, like Yellowstone National<br />

Park that surpassed 4 million annual<br />

recreation visits for the first time or<br />

Glacier National Park which now<br />

surpassed 100 million total recreation<br />

visits (1910 to 2015).<br />

The NPS revealed which parks<br />

attract the most visitors… and<br />

the winner is… The Great Smokey<br />

Mountains that straddle the border<br />

of North Carolina and Tennessee.<br />

The sprawling landscape offers lush<br />

forests, rivers and waterfalls that<br />

appear along hiking routes that are<br />

part of the Appalachian Trail.<br />

• Great Smoky Mountains National<br />

Park - 10,712,674<br />

•Grand Canyon National Park -<br />

5,520,736<br />

• Rocky Mountain National Park -<br />

4,155,916<br />

• Yosemite National Park - 4,150,217<br />

• Yellowstone National Park -<br />

4,097,710<br />

• Zion National Park - 3,648,846<br />

• Olympic National Park - 3,263,761<br />

• Grand Teton National Park -<br />

3,149,921<br />

• Acadia National Park - 2,811,184<br />

• Glacier National Park - 2,366,056<br />

To give one an idea of what it takes<br />

to support the Park System, President<br />

Obama recently submitted a $3.1<br />

billion budget, a $250.2 million boost.<br />

National Park Service Director Jarvis<br />

said, “Every tax dollar invested in the<br />

NPS returns more than $10 to the U.S.<br />

economy, thanks to visitor spending<br />

in gateway communities.”<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

Academy Award-nominated<br />

director Greg MacGillivray (The<br />

Living Sea, Dolphins, Everest)<br />

and his team of filmmakers,<br />

bring their giant-screen<br />

storytelling to some of the most<br />

extraordinary locations on the<br />

planet. And Robert Redford<br />

narrates the story…<br />

Indeed, nothing tells a<br />

story like video. That’s why<br />

Brand USA joined Expedia,<br />

Subaru America and the Giant<br />

Dome Theater Consortium to<br />

take global audiences on the<br />

ultimate off-trail adventure:<br />

America’s great outdoors and<br />

untamed wilderness.<br />

MacGillivray Freeman’s new<br />

adventure documentary for<br />

IMAX and giant screen theatres,<br />

“National Parks Adventure,”<br />

opened globally in February<br />

and rolls out throughout the<br />

year to more than 100 theaters<br />

across the country and around<br />

the world.<br />

Captured with high-quality<br />

Solido IMAX 3D cameras for<br />

full glory on giant screens, the<br />

producer calls it “an actionpacked<br />

celebration of the<br />

Centennial Anniversary of<br />

the National Park Service and<br />

a soulful reflection on what<br />

wilderness means to us all.”<br />

Filmed in more than 30 national<br />

parks, it follows world-class<br />

mountaineer Conrad Anker,<br />

adventure photographer Max<br />

Lowe and artist Rachel Pohl as<br />

they hike, climb and explore<br />

their way across America’s<br />

spectacular wilderness—places<br />

like Yellowstone, Glacier<br />

National Park, Yosemite, Grand<br />

Tetons and Arches.<br />

“The national parks are major<br />

draws for international travelers<br />

and our giant-screen film is an<br />

ideal vehicle for conveying that<br />

appeal,” said Chris Thompson,<br />

Brand USA’s president and<br />

CEO. “As we continue to<br />

highlight the great outdoors in<br />

our global promotional efforts,<br />

we look forward to successful<br />

screenings of the film playing<br />

at hundreds of venues around<br />

the world.”<br />

Brand USA hosted the World<br />

Premiere at the IMAX Theater<br />

in the Smithsonian’s National<br />

Museum. Additionally,<br />

festivities were held in<br />

international markets: London,<br />

Mexico City, Tokyo and Beijing,<br />

to mark the opening.<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


NATURE TOURISM<br />

& NATIONAL PARKS<br />

SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

33<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

Welcome to the Bayou…<br />

Louisiana’s Cajun National<br />

Park<br />

The Scenic<br />

Underground<br />

The US National Parks Service is spotlighting<br />

underground visits as a “different” idea<br />

for visitors seeking new nature-based<br />

experiences.<br />

Indeed, some US national parks, like Grand Canyon are<br />

famous for cutting a passage through rocks and exposing<br />

the beauty underneath. But at least one national park<br />

is… underground. Jewel Cave National Monument is<br />

home to the third largest cave in the world.<br />

It includes more than 180 miles of mapped and surveyed<br />

passages, yet remains a mysterious underground<br />

wilderness still intrigues scientists and explorers.<br />

They call it a park, but it is really six parks,<br />

miles apart and scattered across the<br />

wetlands and towns of southern Louisiana.<br />

Each is unique in its focus just like its name:<br />

The Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and<br />

Preserve.<br />

Named for a notorious 19th-century pirate<br />

and smuggler who traded in slaves, the park<br />

gem is a 23,000-acre Louisiana wetland,<br />

known more famously as the “bayou.”<br />

In these parks one can take a history walk<br />

in the French Quarter of New Orleans,<br />

see abundant swamp wildlife in a nature<br />

preserve, attend a live radio broadcast of<br />

Cajun music in an old-time theater, visit the<br />

site of the 1815 Battle of New Orleans, watch<br />

Cajun-cooking, and enjoy the southern<br />

hospitality of Louisiana.<br />

Each year, the Battle of New Orleans is<br />

commemorated with reenactors, cannon<br />

firings, and more. And for those fascinated<br />

with Cajun culture and cooking, there’s<br />

nothing better than the Jean Lafitte parks.<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

Tucked away in the Black Hills of South Dakota, all<br />

cave tours are ranger-guided. The cave contains many<br />

of the most common types of speleothems (cave<br />

formations), including calcite formations like stalactites<br />

and stalagmites. Jewel Cave also contains very rare<br />

formations known as hydromagnesite balloons.<br />

Above ground, Jewel Cave National Monument<br />

encompasses more than 1200 acres of lush Ponderosa<br />

pine forest, and hiking trails of varying difficulty to<br />

traverse this wooded landscape, home to more than<br />

120 bird species and vibrant spring wildflowers.<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

1400 Miles of “Visit the<br />

Real America”<br />

Everything is bigger in America, including<br />

the tours. Forever Resorts introduces a 1400-<br />

mile (2253 km) journey called “Visit the Real<br />

America: Cowboys, Native Americans and<br />

the Rocky Mountain West,” passing through<br />

some of the United States’ most iconic<br />

public lands.<br />

The adventure begins in Colorado and<br />

the Rocky Mountain Park Inn, the perfect<br />

base for Rocky Mountain National Park<br />

exploration;<br />

Next, inside Badlands National Park,<br />

Cedar Pass Lodge—the only lodging<br />

accommodations inside the park—offers<br />

quaint eco-cabins. Famous for sharply<br />

eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires, the<br />

Badlands offers views of buffalo, big horn<br />

sheep, prairie dogs and black-footed ferret.<br />

On to Signal Mountain Lodge in Wyoming’s<br />

Grand Teton National Park where nearby<br />

Jackson Lake and the Snake River provide<br />

popular water-based activities—fishing,<br />

scenic river trips, whitewater rafting,<br />

canoeing and kayaking.<br />

Visitors can rest up with a smooth-water<br />

float trip on the Bridger-Teton National<br />

Forest’s Snake River with Mad River Boat<br />

Trips.<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


34 SPECIAL FEATURE<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

NATURE TOURISM<br />

& NATIONAL PARKS<br />

GRAND<br />

CANYON<br />

SCENIC<br />

AIRLINES<br />

RETURNS<br />

TO BAR<br />

10 RANCH<br />

For the Love of The Wild<br />

Indian country bringing new tribes and new<br />

products to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> 2016<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines<br />

announces the April 2016 return<br />

of its Bar 10 Ranch tour.<br />

This tour is for individuals who<br />

want to see a remote part of the<br />

Grand Canyon and are ready for<br />

a thrilling 10-mile ATV ride to<br />

the edge of the canyon. The tour<br />

concludes with a homemade<br />

Dutch oven barbecue lunch.<br />

Even Americans don’t realize<br />

there are 567 tribes of American<br />

Indians--the diverse culture of<br />

these tribes will be evident in<br />

every square meter of the AIANTA<br />

(American Indian Alaska Native<br />

Tourism Association) stand in the<br />

Brand USA Pavilion.<br />

New lodges, tours, exhibits<br />

and programs from the Navajo<br />

Nation, Monument Valley,<br />

Oklahoma and Minnesota tribes<br />

will highlight the AIANTA stand.<br />

“Europeans, particularly Germans,<br />

are interested in our culture, but<br />

few know just how much native<br />

heritage there is to see across<br />

the entire USA,” stated Camille<br />

Ferguson, AIANTA executive<br />

director.<br />

AIANTA is a nonprofit association<br />

of Native American tribes and tribal<br />

businesses organized in 1999 to<br />

advance Indian Country tourism.<br />

The Association includes tribes<br />

from six regions: Eastern, Plains,<br />

Midwest, Southwest, Pacific, and<br />

Alaska.<br />

Anyone walking by the <strong>ITB</strong> booth<br />

will see a 60” screen featuring<br />

AIANTA’s new consumer-facing<br />

website, NativeAmerica.travel.<br />

The site connects tribes directly to<br />

travelers, and gives all 567 federally<br />

recognized tribes a chance to<br />

tell the world their stories. Most<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> visitors will be drawn to the<br />

experiences section of the site,<br />

which offers trip ideas and an<br />

interactive map that allows users<br />

to choose particular activities, or<br />

areas, and assists users in planning<br />

their trip to Indian Country.<br />

The Navajo Nation Hospitality<br />

Enterprise is back at <strong>ITB</strong> this year<br />

to announce a new venture they<br />

have entered with the National Park<br />

Service. The tribe is renovating<br />

the Sacred Canyon Lodge inside<br />

the historical walls of the mighty<br />

Canyon de Chelly. Renamed the<br />

Thunderbird Lodge, the 69-room<br />

property is the only place to stay<br />

inside the canyon walls, and the<br />

early spring reopening offers<br />

visitors completely modernized<br />

rooms, a restaurant, trading post<br />

and the starting point for vehicle<br />

tours.<br />

The Chickasaw Nation of<br />

Oklahoma has the largest tribal<br />

cultural center in the United<br />

States and offers demonstrations,<br />

exhibits and an amphitheater for<br />

singing and stargazing. South of<br />

the Sky Bridge along the path to the<br />

Traditional Village of the Center, a<br />

butterfly garden recently opened.<br />

The Chickasaw Nation has taken<br />

significant strides to restore the<br />

monarch butterfly population as<br />

their land is in a critical position<br />

along the migration route.<br />

The Keepers of the Sacred<br />

Tradition of Pipemakers<br />

believe in preserving their tribal<br />

arts and culture by educating their<br />

own people and sharing it with<br />

the world. They are based near<br />

the home of the Great Pipestone<br />

Quarries of Minnesota, a place<br />

where tribal people have come to<br />

obtain the famous red stone for<br />

their prayer pipes for more than<br />

1,000 years. The Pipemakers<br />

annual pow-wow and culture<br />

camp are open to the public as is<br />

the new Pipestone Heritage Fest<br />

each July where wood working,<br />

bead making, basket making, hide<br />

tanning and many other arts and<br />

crafts are showcased<br />

Inside the USA’s most iconic<br />

landscape - an area rich in color,<br />

geographic marvels and native<br />

culture - Navajo people who<br />

know every crevasse, crater and<br />

canyon in their motherland lead<br />

Monument Valley Simpson’s<br />

Trailhandler Tours. Simpson’s<br />

native guides lead visitors<br />

through this land of petroglyphs,<br />

pictographs, ancient dwellings<br />

and magical landscapes in openair<br />

safari like Jeep tours, or on<br />

foot. There are also opportunities<br />

to enjoy a traditional Navajo<br />

dinner and spend the night inside<br />

a Hogan, an igloo-like structure<br />

created for centuries out of juniper<br />

logs and red desert dirt.<br />

First-time AIANTA exhibitor<br />

OPOS (Our People Our Stories)<br />

Tours also comes from Minnesota<br />

and offers visitors rare looks into<br />

native culture. Their tours, all lead<br />

by local guides, feature a look at<br />

indigenous lands, language, food<br />

and history as seen through the<br />

eyes of the many generations<br />

who have lived on their lands.<br />

Travelers witness scenes and<br />

listen to messages OPOS has<br />

created with respected elders,<br />

tribal and spiritual leaders and<br />

community members. OPOS tours<br />

are primarily in the Midwest but do<br />

range across the USA-- and as far<br />

away as Hawaii.<br />

Guests are picked up in Las<br />

Vegas via complimentary shuttle<br />

and brought to the Boulder City<br />

Aerocenter. After touring scenic<br />

areas, the airplane lands at the<br />

famous Bar 10 Ranch. The tour<br />

lasts eight hours including roundtrip<br />

hotel transportation. Guests<br />

wishing to extend and stay at Bar<br />

10 Ranch overnight will also enjoy<br />

horseback riding, dinner and<br />

evening entertainment.<br />

Accommodation can include a<br />

two-person covered wagon or<br />

4-person bunk room. Guests can<br />

even sleep under the stars on an<br />

observatory deck furnished with<br />

cots and deck beds.<br />

The next day’s breakfast can be<br />

followed various activities--skeet<br />

shooting, beach volleyball and<br />

ping pong.<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


ASIA<br />

REGION<br />

35<br />

Strong Growth Continues<br />

in Asia Travel<br />

IPK’s World Travel Monitor Reports -The Asian<br />

Travel Market<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> World Travel Trends Report predicts 6.1 percent<br />

growth in 2016, with high travel confidence in China<br />

despite an economic slowdown. Following are the latest<br />

statistics provided by the IPK World Travel Monitor<br />

published exclusively by <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>.<br />

OUTBOUND TRAVEL<br />

In total Asia counts more<br />

than 4 billion inhabitants.<br />

The dominating population<br />

concentrations are China (almost<br />

1.4 billion) and India (1.2 billion).<br />

In terms of individual buying<br />

power, Macau, Singapore, Hong<br />

Kong and Japan are leading<br />

in the area, followed by South<br />

Korea and China.<br />

In total Asians went on 170<br />

million international trips (with<br />

overnights). Mean length of stay<br />

abroad was 6 nights per trip,<br />

which is rather short compared<br />

to other continents, while mean<br />

spending per trip was about 1.700<br />

Euro. Over the last five years,<br />

Asia was the fastest growing<br />

outbound region worldwide,<br />

increasing twice as much twice<br />

as much as the global outbound<br />

travel between 2009 and 2014.<br />

The biggest Asian outbound<br />

travel markets are China and<br />

Japan (around 50% of the Asian<br />

outbound travel comes from<br />

these two countries) followed<br />

by South Korea and Taiwan. In<br />

this respect, the fastest growing<br />

market for outbound trips is<br />

China.<br />

TRAVEL DESTINATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL<br />

TRAVELLERS (market share)<br />

South<br />

Korea<br />

9%<br />

Japan<br />

8%<br />

Thailand<br />

15%<br />

Source: World Travel<br />

Monitor ® 2014,<br />

IPK International<br />

Malaysia<br />

8%<br />

Singapore<br />

7%<br />

China 27%<br />

(incl. Hong Kong/Macau)<br />

Moreover, 76% of Asian outbound<br />

travel goes to destinations within<br />

Asia, 15% to Europe, 10% to the<br />

Americas and 1% to Africa.<br />

Nearly 80% of Asian outbound<br />

travel is for holiday and other<br />

leisure motivations, while<br />

about 20% are business trips.<br />

Most popular outbound holiday<br />

types are touring and city trips<br />

(60%) followed however at a<br />

great distance by sun & beach<br />

holidays (17%). The main<br />

motives for outbound holiday<br />

trips are sightseeing, visiting<br />

cities, shopping, relaxing and<br />

good cuisine.<br />

75% of Asian outbound travelers<br />

go abroad by plane, 7% by car<br />

and 7% by bus. About 77%<br />

outbound travelers stay at hotels<br />

with a clear preference for upper<br />

class hotels.<br />

Regarding the information and<br />

booking behavior, the internet<br />

as an information source (81%)<br />

but also as a booking site (68%)<br />

has a high importance. However,<br />

also travel agencies still play an<br />

important role as information<br />

source (53%) but also as a<br />

booking site (43%).<br />

Other<br />

26%<br />

INBOUND TRAVEL<br />

Asian destinations welcome<br />

about 136 million international<br />

overnight visitors per year. The<br />

average spending per visitor<br />

in this region is about 1,440<br />

Euro per trip and the mean<br />

length of stay is about 7 nights.<br />

Compared to the rest of the<br />

world Asian inbound was again<br />

outperforming.<br />

The most visited travel<br />

destination in Asia is China<br />

(including Macao and Hong<br />

Kong) with a stable market share<br />

of 27%, followed by Thailand<br />

(15%), South Korea (9%),<br />

Malaysia and Japan (8% each)<br />

and Singapore (7%).<br />

81% of the international visitors<br />

to Asia come for holiday / leisure<br />

and 19% for a business purpose.<br />

The main holiday types are tours<br />

(32%) followed by city trips (26%)<br />

and sun & beach holidays (20%).<br />

The preferred accommodation<br />

type of the international visitors<br />

in Asia is the hotel with a 74%<br />

share, whereas more than half<br />

of all hotel stays are spent in the<br />

first class category.<br />

Source: IPK International – World<br />

Travel Monitor, a unique database for<br />

international tourism demand, based on<br />

500,000 interviews annually worldwide.<br />

For further information, please contact<br />

info@ipkinternational.com or visit www.<br />

ipkinternational.com<br />

UNWTO OUTLINES HIKE IN<br />

INTERNATIONAL TOURISM IN APAC<br />

Asia and the Pacific (+5%) recorded 13 million more<br />

international tourist arrivals last year to reach 277<br />

million, with uneven results across destinations.<br />

Oceania (+7%) and South-East Asia (+5%) led<br />

growth, while South Asia and in North-East Asia<br />

recorded an increase of 4%.<br />

“The robust performance of the sector is contributing<br />

to economic growth and job creation in many<br />

parts of the world. It is thus critical for countries to<br />

promote policies that foster the continued growth<br />

of tourism, including travel facilitation, human<br />

resources development and sustainability” said<br />

UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai.<br />

MAIN TRAVEL<br />

DESTINATION<br />

ASIA<br />

ARMENIA HALL 15.1 / 104<br />

AZERBAIJAN HALL 2.1 / 124<br />

BANGLADESH HALL 5.2A / 100<br />

BHUTAN HALL 26.C / 305<br />

CAMBODIA HALL 26.B / 225<br />

CHINA HALL 26.C / 310<br />

GEORGIA HALL 15.1 / 103<br />

HONG KONG HALL 26.A / 107<br />

INDIA<br />

HALL 5.2B / 205, 205A<br />

INDONESIA HALL 26.A / 122, 123<br />

JAPAN HALL 26.A / 129<br />

KAZAKHSTAN HALL 2.1 / 123<br />

KOREA (REPUBLIC OF KOREA)<br />

HALL 26.A / 135<br />

LAOS HALL 26.C / 329<br />

MACAU HALL 26.A / 108<br />

MALAYSIA HALL 26.A / 121<br />

MALDIVES<br />

HALL 5.2A / 109, 109A<br />

MONGOLIA HALL 26.C / 309<br />

MYANMAR(BURMA) HALL 26.B / 201, 228<br />

NEPAL HALL 5.2A / 110<br />

PHILIPPINES HALL 26.A / 101, 134<br />

SINGAPORE HALL 26.A / 133<br />

SRI LANKA HALL 5.2A / 107, 107A, 107B<br />

TAIWAN HALL 26.A / 130<br />

TAJIKISTAN HALL 2.1 / 113<br />

THAILAND HALL 26.B / 221<br />

TURKMENISTAN HALL 2.1 / 118<br />

VIETNAM HALL 26.C / 311<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


ASIA<br />

REGION<br />

37<br />

© Gopal Vijayaraghavan<br />

Pangong Tso lake, India<br />

India: Multi-destination Par Excellence<br />

India’s Secretary of Tourism, Vinod Zutshi, spoke to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> <strong>News</strong><br />

about the rapid evolution of India as a tourist destination.<br />

India is the world’s seventh-largest country with a population of over 1.2billion.<br />

Since the launch of its Incredible India initiative in 2002, the country has become a<br />

credible global tourism heavyweight, continuing to grow and develop its approach to<br />

the changing market. Speaking to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> <strong>News</strong>, Mr Vinod Zutshi spoke about how<br />

tourism is evolving in India, and opening up new destinations therein:<br />

“India has one of the fastest<br />

growing tourism industries<br />

in the world. The Foreign<br />

Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) have<br />

been growing every year -<br />

2014 witnessed a growth of<br />

10.6% in FTAs in India, which<br />

was higher than the median<br />

growth rate of 4.7% globally.<br />

India being a vast country there<br />

is no dearth of destinations.<br />

While the traditional Golden<br />

Triangle (Delhi, Agra, Jaipur)<br />

circuit and beach destinations<br />

like Goa and Kerala continue<br />

to show growth, there are also<br />

many other parts of the country<br />

that are attracting visitors.<br />

Tourism has grown in leaps and<br />

bounds in India over the years<br />

with each region contributing<br />

something to its splendour and<br />

exuberance. India is a country<br />

with rich cultural diversity of its<br />

people through its languages,<br />

cuisine, traditions, customs,<br />

music, dance, religious<br />

practices, festivals, its holistic<br />

healing traditions, art and<br />

craft.”<br />

What are your key goals at <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> 2016?<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> is a meeting point for<br />

the Who’s Who of the travel<br />

trade from across the world<br />

- it is important for us to be<br />

here refreshing old contacts,<br />

making new ones and<br />

establishing a presence in the<br />

relevant markets. This year at<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> we are promoting India<br />

as a destination for mental<br />

and spiritual rejuvenation.<br />

India is the land of Yoga and<br />

Ayurveda which promotes<br />

holistic health. India is already<br />

a sought-after destination for<br />

healthcare travellers but we<br />

are now consolidating efforts<br />

and generating strategies on<br />

how to leverage the available<br />

opportunities.<br />

To achieve this goal, Ministry<br />

of Tourism has set up a<br />

Medical and Wellness Tourism<br />

promotion board.<br />

As well promoting India as<br />

a destination, how are you<br />

making it more accessible?<br />

Wherever you are, it is now<br />

increasingly easy to gain access<br />

to India with the click of a<br />

mouse.<br />

The e-Tourist Visa (eTV)<br />

facility has now been extended<br />

to 37 more countries from<br />

26th February 2016. The total<br />

count of countries under the<br />

scheme now is 150. The new 37<br />

countries range from Albania to<br />

Zimbabwe. In terms of feeder<br />

markets, the US and the UK<br />

along with our neighbouring<br />

countries remain the top<br />

source markets for India. But<br />

tourist arrivals from other<br />

countries such as Russia, South<br />

Africa and China have shown<br />

great interest and substantial<br />

increase.<br />

What developments can we<br />

expect in the future?<br />

The Ministry of Tourism has also<br />

taken the initiative of identifying,<br />

diversifying, developing and<br />

promoting nascent/upcoming<br />

niche tourism products. The<br />

aim is to promote India as<br />

a year round destination, to<br />

attract tourists with specific<br />

interests and to ensure repeat<br />

visits. Such niche products<br />

that are being developed<br />

and promoted include Rural<br />

Tourism, Wellness, Medical,<br />

Adventure, Golf, MICE Tourism.<br />

Another thrust area which is<br />

being pursued aggressively is<br />

promoting India as a Cruise<br />

Tourism Destination. India has<br />

tremendous potential to attract<br />

international cruises and lots<br />

of effort is being taken by the<br />

Government of India to upgrade<br />

our facilities to cater to the cruise<br />

industry. And on the subject<br />

of improving infrastructure,<br />

we have incubated a new<br />

scheme called Swadesh<br />

Darshan to produce a plethora<br />

of “ideal” tourism experiences<br />

incorporating culture, religion,<br />

cuisine, entertainment,<br />

architecture, crafts, adventure<br />

sports, roadways and transport,<br />

all over the country.<br />

Hall 5.2B<br />

Vinod Zutshi<br />

Secretary of Tourism,<br />

Government of India<br />

WE ARE<br />

PROMOTING INDIA<br />

AS A DESTINATION<br />

FOR MENTAL<br />

AND SPIRITUAL<br />

REJUVENATION<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


ASIA<br />

REGION<br />

39<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

© The Dilly Lama<br />

© Nick Lubushko<br />

The Langkawi Sky Bridge above the rainforest canopy<br />

Cenang Beach, Langkawi<br />

Langkawi’s Natural Wonders<br />

Malaysian island state spotlights ecotourism<br />

Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s tropical<br />

west coast that is surrounded by turquoise sea and covered in picturesque<br />

paddy fields and jungle-clad hills. A duty-free designated zone that has<br />

long attracted visitors come to purchase tax-free goods, the island is<br />

rapidly gaining favour among nature lovers looking to explore South-East<br />

Asia’s first UNESCO-designated Geopark, excellent diving opportunities,<br />

and to relax on beaches of powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees.<br />

Tan Sri Khalid Ramli, Chief Executive Officer of the Langkawi Development<br />

Authority, is at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> to tell world about Langkawi’s push into the<br />

high-end travel market, and to promote its eco-tourism credentials. He<br />

started off by telling <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>News</strong> about the focus on Langkawi as a premiere<br />

eco and Geopark destination.<br />

We have rebranded<br />

Langkawi as “Naturally<br />

Langkawi”, and are<br />

promoting ourselves as a<br />

natural island destination<br />

to international visitors. In<br />

2007 we became the first<br />

UNESCO Geopark in South<br />

East Asia and we have<br />

recently been revalidated.<br />

This is a very important<br />

leverage to promote<br />

Langkawi’s natural<br />

assets. It is recognition<br />

of our unique geological<br />

formation created about<br />

550 million years ago.<br />

Our competitive advantage<br />

is that visitors can travel<br />

from island to island within<br />

close vicinity, plus we have<br />

beautiful beaches and<br />

mountains. In addition, we<br />

have one of the steepest<br />

cable cars in the world that<br />

traverses a mountain rich<br />

in flora and fauna. From the<br />

top you can appreciate and<br />

experience the beauty of<br />

Langkawi. The government<br />

has also recently<br />

announced that Langkawi<br />

will be the first low<br />

carbon island in Malaysia<br />

through renewable energy<br />

incentives and so on. This is<br />

again a plus for us because<br />

it will further add to our<br />

Geopark status.<br />

What are your strongest<br />

traditional markets? Are<br />

you looking to expand into<br />

new market segments?<br />

Visitors from Europe and<br />

Russia once topped our<br />

arrivals but it’s changing.<br />

We increasingly have new<br />

visitors from the Middle<br />

East and India, and last year<br />

Chinese arrivals topped the<br />

list in terms of arrivals to<br />

Langkawi for the first time.<br />

In the last couple of years,<br />

the trajectory of overall<br />

arrivals is on the increase.<br />

We are now targeting high<br />

value tourists to come to<br />

Langkawi because they<br />

like nature. Many new<br />

luxury resorts are being<br />

built, including a Selfridges<br />

Hotel that will soon be<br />

completed. It will be one<br />

of the best Selfridges in the<br />

world in terms of location<br />

because it is facing the sea<br />

and borders mountains<br />

where guests can see<br />

many animals including<br />

monkeys. In addition to<br />

establishing Langkawi as a<br />

high end destination for the<br />

global eco and geo tourism<br />

market, we are looking to<br />

increase the length of stay.<br />

In previous years this was<br />

two days on average, but<br />

now we see an increase to<br />

four or five days, which is<br />

very important.<br />

What do you want to<br />

achieve at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>?<br />

We always identify <strong>ITB</strong><br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> as a very important<br />

market for us to promote<br />

Langkawi. This is where we<br />

are targeting the European<br />

market, especially the<br />

Tan Sri Khalid Ramli<br />

CEO, Langkawi Development Authority<br />

Nordic countries, Germany<br />

and the UK. Langkawi is very<br />

popular with UK visitors<br />

to Malaysia, a majority of<br />

whom come to the island.<br />

We are also talking to<br />

many parties, including<br />

the Nordic countries, about<br />

having more direct flights<br />

from Europe to Langkawi,<br />

and to TUI (the leading<br />

German tourist agency)<br />

about their large cruise<br />

ships that increasingly<br />

come to Langkawi. We<br />

have upgraded our jetty<br />

for this reason, but also<br />

because we have 4 million<br />

people travelling between<br />

Langkawi and the mainland<br />

every year.<br />

Hall 26A / Stand 121<br />

WE HAVE<br />

REBRANDED<br />

LANGKAWI AS<br />

“NATURALLY<br />

LANGKAWI”,<br />

AND ARE<br />

PROMOTING<br />

OURSELVES<br />

AS A NATURAL<br />

ISLAND<br />

DESTINATION<br />

TO<br />

INTERNATIONAL<br />

VISITORS.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


40 REGION<br />

ASIA<br />

Air India<br />

Announces<br />

New Routes<br />

to Europe<br />

Star Alliance membership gives<br />

new strength to company in Europe<br />

with new flights from Delhi to<br />

Birmingham and Vienna<br />

Ajith Dias<br />

Chairman, Sri Lankan Airlines<br />

Targeting 100% Growth<br />

by 2020<br />

It has now been two and a half<br />

years since Air India joined<br />

Star Alliance. And according<br />

to Pankaj Kumar, Executive<br />

Director, Sales and Marketing<br />

for India’s national carrier in<br />

Delhi, it has largely benefited<br />

the airline. “We had first to<br />

increase our service and all the<br />

procedures to comply to Star<br />

Alliance’s very high standards.<br />

We reviewed all of our fields of<br />

activities, from the integration<br />

of domestic carrier Indian<br />

Airlines, the improvement of<br />

our hub connectivity in Delhi<br />

and also our service on board”,<br />

he explains.<br />

“By belonging to the world’s<br />

largest air alliance, we now offer<br />

to our passengers an extensive<br />

global network of destinations<br />

and offer a premium experience<br />

in hundreds of destinations”, he<br />

adds.<br />

Connectivity in Delhi has been<br />

revised and improved. “We offer<br />

the largest number of domestic<br />

connections with a network of<br />

some 65 Indian cities which<br />

have gained access to our<br />

international network of 35<br />

destinations. We propose 100<br />

Pankaj Kumar<br />

Executive Director,<br />

Sales and Marketing,<br />

Star Alliance<br />

to 120 flights a day and transfer<br />

now on average up to 7,000<br />

passengers a day in Delhi”,<br />

adds Pankaj Kumar.<br />

Air India is in fact adding<br />

more destinations worldwide.<br />

“We now fly to London, Rome,<br />

Milan, Frankfurt, Birmingham<br />

AIR INDIA IS<br />

BENEFITING<br />

GREATLY OF ITS<br />

MEMBERSHIP<br />

WITH STAR<br />

ALLIANCE<br />

and Vienna being our latest<br />

destinations. They are all<br />

served with our newest aircraft<br />

the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.<br />

We open on April 1st our new<br />

Vienna-Delhi route with three<br />

weekly frequencies. Austrian<br />

passengers will then benefit of<br />

easy connections to the rest<br />

of India as well as Southeast<br />

Asia and Australia”, says<br />

Pankaj Kumar. In Europe, the<br />

Indian carrier sees potential in<br />

Scandinavia and Spain.<br />

Hall 5.2B / Stand 205<br />

Sri Lankan Airlines upbeat about the<br />

growth of tourism to the island nation<br />

Sri Lankan Airlines wants to double its passenger traffic<br />

until 2020 on par with the growth of tourism in Sri Lanka<br />

according to the airline’s chairman Ajith Dias.<br />

Sri Lanka received last year 1.8<br />

million international visitors<br />

and forecasts for the country of<br />

welcoming four million tourists<br />

by 2020 is giving new impetus to<br />

Sri Lankan Airlines. ‘We transport<br />

40% of all the tourists coming into<br />

our country while we represent<br />

55% of all the traffic at Colombo<br />

International Airport”, explains<br />

Ajith Dias, Chairman of Sri Lankan<br />

Airlines.<br />

The carrier this year will receive<br />

seven new Airbus A330-300’s,<br />

which will be deployed on the<br />

airline’s European routes as well<br />

as to Southeast Asia and China.<br />

“We have a very strong position<br />

in Europe, as we are the only<br />

carrier offering non-stop flights<br />

from London, Paris CDG and<br />

Frankfurt to Colombo. We offer<br />

strong connections to South India<br />

as well as to the Maldives. With<br />

five flights a day to Malé, we are<br />

a premium partner of European<br />

tour operators programming<br />

Maldives”, adds Dias.<br />

Sri Lankan will however be<br />

dropping its Rome-Colombo<br />

service – which will be rerouted<br />

via Doha with Qatar Airways or<br />

Abu Dhabi via Etihad. At the same<br />

WE ARE THE<br />

ONLY CARRIER<br />

OFFERING NON-<br />

STOP FLIGHTS<br />

FROM LONDON,<br />

PARIS CDG AND<br />

FRANKFURT TO<br />

COLOMBO<br />

time, Sri Lankan will increase<br />

its frequencies to Frankfurt with<br />

five weekly services this summer<br />

instead of four.<br />

In Asia, the airline is finalising its<br />

plans to open a new route from<br />

Colombo to Yangon in Myanmar.<br />

The service is due to start before<br />

the end of the year and will be<br />

served by Sri Lankan subsidiary<br />

Mihin Lanka.<br />

Another future improvement<br />

will be the construction of a new<br />

terminal at Colombo International<br />

Airport. Funded by Japanese, the<br />

new facility will provide a world<br />

class experience to travellers with<br />

construction slated for a start later<br />

this year.<br />

Hall 5.2A / Stand 108<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


ASIA<br />

REGION<br />

41<br />

NEW<br />

AT <strong>ITB</strong>:<br />

ASIA’S<br />

LARGEST<br />

AIRLINE<br />

Halong Bay<br />

© Allen Zhao<br />

Ho Chi Minh City Skyline<br />

China Southern is proudly<br />

presenting its products for the first<br />

time this year at <strong>ITB</strong> in <strong>Berlin</strong>.<br />

With more than 110 million<br />

passengers carried in 2015, IATA<br />

ranked the Chinese airline first in<br />

China, first in Asia and third in the<br />

world (Passenger results 2015).<br />

Further fleet- and route-expansion<br />

plans will keep up the continuous<br />

growth. By the end of 2015, the<br />

airline operated 667 aircraft<br />

- mainly Boeing and Airbus<br />

(including A380 and new 787<br />

aircraft) – on 2,000 daily flights,<br />

serving 195 destinations in more<br />

than 40 countries and regions<br />

worldwide.<br />

In 2016, new routes will further<br />

grow the worldwide network<br />

of China Southern Airlines on<br />

long haul routes and to regional<br />

destinations.<br />

New services to Toronto, Canada<br />

and to Phu Quoc Island and Da<br />

Nang in Vietnam are scheduled<br />

for this year. In addition to new<br />

routes, China Southern Airlines<br />

will further grow the capacity on<br />

existing routes, such as the daily<br />

Amsterdam-Beijing flights, which<br />

will be operated by Airbus A380<br />

effective June 2016.<br />

Hall 26A / Stand 113<br />

VNTA Works to Ease Entry<br />

for Foreign Travellers<br />

Vietnam tourism benefits from relaxed visa regulations<br />

According to officials of Vietnam’s<br />

National Tourism Authority, the<br />

government may soon be going<br />

even further in its attempts to<br />

ease visa requirements for foreign<br />

travellers.<br />

A drop of 11.3% of almost all<br />

inbound markets to Vietnam<br />

between January and June<br />

prompted Vietnam’s Prime<br />

Minister to change the visa regime<br />

for foreign travellers. Overnight,<br />

visa requirements were lifted for<br />

five of Vietnam’s most important<br />

source markets.<br />

Since July 1st, 2015, citizens from<br />

Britain, France, Germany, Italy<br />

and Spain are effectively allowed<br />

to stay in the country up to 14<br />

days with a simple visa on arrival.<br />

The measure had an immediate<br />

effect. Tourist arrivals started to<br />

recover from July. In September,<br />

total arrivals were down by<br />

“only” 5.9% before to finish the<br />

year with a modest plus of 0.9%.<br />

Total international arrivals last<br />

year reached 7,943,651. Except<br />

for France – which continues to<br />

suffer from economic difficulties<br />

with arrivals down by 1%- all<br />

the countries benefiting from the<br />

visa exemption showed healthy<br />

growth rates. Tourists from the UK<br />

and Germany grew on average by<br />

5% in 2015 while Italy and Spain<br />

outbound markets progressed by<br />

over 10%.<br />

According to VNAT officials, more<br />

countries could soon benefit from<br />

visa-on-arrival procedures such<br />

as Switzerland, Belgium and the<br />

Netherlands as well as potentially<br />

Australia, the United States and<br />

Canada. Vietnam’s association of<br />

travel agencies is also pleading the<br />

case of having the visa extended<br />

to a 30-day stay, which would help<br />

to retain travellers for a longer<br />

time. More than ever, Vietnam<br />

seems embracing the idea of fully<br />

opening up to tourism!<br />

VIETNAM AIRLINES,<br />

A SENSE OF PRIDE<br />

THANKS TO NEW<br />

AIRBUS A350 AND<br />

BOEING 787<br />

Being a launch carrier for a new<br />

aircraft in Asia was a premiere for<br />

Vietnam’s national airline. Since<br />

July 2015, the airline took delivery<br />

of its first Boeing 787-9 and has<br />

been Asia’s first customer to put<br />

in service the Airbus A350-900.<br />

The Boeing 787-9 is now flying to<br />

Frankfurt and London Heathrow<br />

out of Ho Chi Minh City while the<br />

Airbus A350 has been deployed to<br />

Paris from both Hanoi and Ho Chi<br />

Minh City.<br />

The arrival of new aircraft<br />

was accompanied by many<br />

innovations for in-flight service. A<br />

new business class with sleeper<br />

seats and a new entertainment<br />

system was unveiled while a new<br />

premium eco has been added on all<br />

intercontinental flights. Improved<br />

menus and an expanded network<br />

helped Vietnam Airlines to attract<br />

new customers.<br />

In 2015, Vietnam Airlines recorded<br />

17.4 million passengers, an<br />

increase of 4.8% over 2014 while<br />

the average load factor reached<br />

80.7%, up by 2.2 points. The airline<br />

expects to transport 19.2 million<br />

passengers this year, up by more<br />

than 10.5% over 2015.<br />

Hall 26C / Stand 311<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


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ASIA<br />

Thailand: Focusing More<br />

than Ever on Quality Tourism<br />

Bangkok, Thailand<br />

Thailand finished 2015 on<br />

a high positive note as the<br />

country approached the<br />

30-million travellers mark,<br />

representing a growth of<br />

20% over 2014. The double<br />

digit figure last year was in<br />

fact balancing a disastrous<br />

year 2014 due to political<br />

instability. According to<br />

Yuthasak Supasorn, the<br />

recently elected Governor<br />

of the Tourism Authority of<br />

Thailand (TAT), 2016 will<br />

be all about strengthening<br />

niche tourism to further<br />

enhance the quality of<br />

the destination. “We want<br />

quality over quantity as<br />

we want to position the<br />

kingdom as a quality<br />

leisure destination through<br />

our ‘Thainess’ theme. We<br />

expect a more moderate<br />

growth of 8% in total arrivals<br />

this year”, explained<br />

Yuthasak Supasorn.<br />

Revenues from<br />

international tourist<br />

arrivals are expected to<br />

reach US$43 billion up from<br />

US$42 billion last year. The<br />

domestic market is due to<br />

add another US$23.5 billion<br />

in revenues. Among niche<br />

markets to be promoted<br />

this year are luxury travel,<br />

female travellers and<br />

community-based tourism.<br />

Thailand is now moving<br />

to promote less known<br />

destinations to spread the<br />

benefits of tourism to more<br />

communities and promote<br />

sustainability. In 2015, a<br />

campaign named “Hidden<br />

Jewels of Thailand”<br />

highlighted a first batch<br />

of 12 destinations located<br />

all across the Kingdom.<br />

Among them were<br />

Lampang and Nan in the<br />

North, Loei and Buriram<br />

in Northeastern Thailand,<br />

Trat and Chanthaburi in the<br />

East while the South was<br />

represented with Trang<br />

and Nakhon Si Thammarat<br />

among others.<br />

2016 will see the launching<br />

of a second batch of<br />

12 hidden jewels to be<br />

promoted. It includes this<br />

time Lamphun and Phrae<br />

in the North, Surin in the<br />

Northeast, Pathalung and<br />

Satun in the South and<br />

Nakhon Pathom near<br />

Bangkok among others.<br />

“We believe that these<br />

campaigns will highlight<br />

our true culture and let<br />

visitors understand the full<br />

concept of Thainess in our<br />

life”, highlights the TAT<br />

Governor.<br />

Top destinations for<br />

Thailand are still Bangkok,<br />

Ayutthaya, Chiang Mai,<br />

Phuket, Krabi, Hua Hin,<br />

Pattaya, Samui, Hat Yai,<br />

and Phang-nga. The<br />

south is mostly popular<br />

for its beaches. Recently<br />

“TripAdvisor’s Travellers’<br />

Choice Destinations on the<br />

Rise” identified Khao Lak<br />

(Phang Nga) and Karon<br />

(Phuket) among the fastest<br />

growing destinations in<br />

Asia. Khao Lak arrived third<br />

and Karon fifth over a total<br />

of 52 destinations.<br />

However, TAT looks now<br />

at promoting romantic and<br />

honeymoon holidays as<br />

well as spa and wellness<br />

mostly at traditional resort<br />

destinations such as Hua<br />

Hin, Krabi, Samui, Phang-<br />

Nga and Phuket. Phuket<br />

is also turning into an<br />

attractive cruise and boat<br />

destination thanks to the<br />

presence of the Kingdom’s<br />

biggest numbers of marinas<br />

with Boat Lagoon, Yacht<br />

Haven, Royal Phuket<br />

Marina and Ao Po Grand<br />

Marina. Cruise facilities<br />

are now being modernised<br />

in Phuket while a brand<br />

new international terminal<br />

opened its doors at the end<br />

of February.<br />

Hall 26B / Stand 221<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


ASIA<br />

REGION<br />

43<br />

Transforming Gangwon-do<br />

Korea Tourism Organisation says coming Winter Olympic Games will be vital<br />

in raising awareness<br />

WE WOULD<br />

LIKE TO PROPOSE<br />

SOUTH KOREA NOT<br />

JUST AS A WINTER<br />

DESTINATION, BUT<br />

ALSO AS A NEW<br />

EXPERIENCE FOR<br />

INTERNATIONAL<br />

TRAVELLERS<br />

Korea has become a major<br />

global tourist destination,<br />

with over 14 million foreign<br />

visitors in 2015, and<br />

statistics set to rise with<br />

the Winter Olympiad on the<br />

horizon in two years’ time.<br />

The Korea stand at <strong>ITB</strong> (Hall 26.a<br />

135) will be giving trade visitors<br />

a foretaste of things to come, as<br />

Pyeongchang is set to host the<br />

2018 Winter Olympics – an event<br />

holding great significance for<br />

the people of Pyeongchang and<br />

Korea.<br />

Chang-Soo Jung, President of the<br />

Korea Tourism Organization told<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> <strong>News</strong> that the event<br />

will be of prime importance in<br />

raising awareness of his country’s<br />

advantages as a tourism<br />

destination: “During this event,<br />

we aim to show the attraction of<br />

Korean culture and tourism to<br />

foreign athletes and journalists,<br />

especially by transforming<br />

Gangwon-do Province into the<br />

winter sports hub and tourist<br />

destination. We hope it turns<br />

out to be a momentum to attract<br />

more foreign tourists to Korea in<br />

the future. Gangwon-do is one<br />

of the peninsula’s most beautiful<br />

regions, where one of the Korea’s<br />

must-visit sites, Seoraksan<br />

National Park, is located.<br />

Pyeongchang is not only a home<br />

to world-class ski resorts but it<br />

also has a dynamic landscape<br />

that is visually stunning and<br />

open to all types of visitors<br />

and experiences. It is a natural<br />

playground for eco tours, active<br />

adventure tours, and seasonal<br />

tours.”<br />

Meanwhile, Korea forges forward<br />

with a number of new attractions,<br />

such as a massive hotel project<br />

that is set to be finished this year.<br />

The Lotte World Tower will be the<br />

highest building in Korea and the<br />

6th tallest building in the world<br />

when completed, with 123 floors,<br />

standing at 556 meters (1,824 ft).<br />

The tower will contain a gallery,<br />

cafés, a luxury hotel, a Skywalk<br />

and an observation deck.<br />

To underpin tourism, the Korean<br />

administration has launched<br />

“Visit Korea Year 2016 – 2018”.<br />

“We intend to enhance and<br />

showcase the Korea’s strength<br />

in the tourism sector, while the<br />

mega event is being hosted in the<br />

country”, says Mr Jung. “We would<br />

like to propose South Korea not<br />

just as a winter destination, but<br />

also as a new experience for<br />

international travellers.”<br />

Hall 26A / 135<br />

Chang-Soo Jung<br />

President,<br />

Korea Tourism Organization<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


44 REGION<br />

ADVERTORIAL<br />

ASIA<br />

A cave in the Gangala<br />

valley with Banyan trees<br />

Priestess performing a ritual<br />

at a burial site in Shuri castle<br />

Mushroom-shaped rock<br />

at the beach in Yomitan<br />

Diving into Prehistoric Times<br />

With its limestone labyrinths, bizarre stone formations and coral rocks, Japan’s<br />

most southern prefecture Okinawa allows unique glimpses into the early days of<br />

man and nature<br />

“Gang, Gang, Gangala, Gangalala, Gangalalala!” is the sound a little stone makes rolling down<br />

into a deep cave in the south of Okinawa’s main island. Suddenly, there is silence as if you<br />

are set back to the beginning of everything. In the beginning, so ancient songs tell, there was<br />

the goddess Amamikyu who gave birth to the island of Kudaka, and then to all other islands<br />

of the Ryukyu archipelago. Next, she created people, lending them five types of grain, and<br />

life began.<br />

In fact, scientific evidence of very<br />

early life can be found along the<br />

subtropical beaches of Okinawa<br />

plentifully. The oldest fossils<br />

known to man, minuscule shells<br />

called Foraminifera, make up the<br />

shiny star-shaped sand of many<br />

shores. Over 200 different shapes<br />

of Foraminifera have been counted<br />

on the island of Miyako alone.<br />

Okinawa’s star-sand tells the story<br />

of the Cambrian explosion about<br />

500 million years ago, when life<br />

burst into numerous forms, some<br />

of which would become our very<br />

distant ancestors.<br />

A cradle of Okinawan people may<br />

be near the Gangala Valley, a<br />

dozen kilometers southwest of the<br />

prefectural capital Naha on the main<br />

island of Okinawa. There, visitors<br />

can take spectacular guided tours<br />

into ancient caves and prehistoric<br />

burial places. It was 1968 when<br />

a local archaeologist discovered<br />

human remains dating back more<br />

than 18,000 years. The discovery<br />

of the Minatogawa group, which<br />

is some of the best-preserved<br />

evidence of the existence of homo<br />

sapiens in eastern Asia, was a<br />

sensation and continues to keep<br />

researchers excited. Prehistoric<br />

men and animals found their<br />

way to Okinawa during the last<br />

glaciation event, when the drop<br />

in sea level created a land bridge<br />

between the Ryukyu archipelago,<br />

Taiwan, and the Asian continent.<br />

Later on, when the ice melted<br />

again, the ocean served as a<br />

safety barrier, which is why many<br />

endemic species have survived<br />

on the islands, whereas they<br />

became extinct elsewhere. Cycas<br />

revoluta, fern trees and gigantic<br />

palms are home to Okinawa. Rare<br />

animals include the flightless rail<br />

Kuina, which lives in the Yanbaru<br />

forest, or the Iriomote mountain<br />

cat, a subspecies of the leopard<br />

cat, which can only be found on<br />

Iriomote Island – a nature lover’s<br />

paradise and Japan’s Amazon.<br />

The islands of Okinawa are<br />

shielded from the rough Pacific<br />

Ocean by vast coral reefs, which<br />

also built large parts of the land.<br />

Coral reefs appeared in the Ryukyu<br />

arc about 400,000 years ago.<br />

For millenia the forces of nature<br />

carved the land creating bizarre<br />

stone formations and mysterious<br />

worlds. Visitors can meander in<br />

mile-long limestone labyrinths or<br />

discover mushroom-like rocks,<br />

which reveal magical cut-outs<br />

when the sun is setting during the<br />

tides. Astonishingly regular rock<br />

shapes, such as the Tatami stones<br />

on the island of Kume, or the<br />

impressive underwater monument<br />

near Yonaguni Island, make<br />

adventurers dream about a culture<br />

lost and forgotten long ago.<br />

Nature has strongly influenced<br />

the islanders and their way of life.<br />

Numerous chants, poems and old<br />

rites praising her were past on for<br />

generations and are alive today.<br />

Yet, with the centuries Ryukyuans<br />

also learned to shape nature to their<br />

own use. Massive examples are the<br />

Gusuku sites, which are recognized<br />

as world cultural heritage. These<br />

large stonewalls built from coral<br />

reef blocks surround sacred places<br />

and fortresses on many islands.<br />

No less impressive are the ways<br />

traditional villages were designed,<br />

with roads and houses being<br />

shielded by strong Fukugi trees<br />

in order to restrain the winds and<br />

ease the summer’s heat.<br />

Hall 26A / Stand 129<br />

OKINAWA TRAVEL INFORMATION<br />

@ <strong>ITB</strong>: Hall 26 a, No. 129<br />

OKINAWA CONVENTION<br />

& VISITORS BUREAU (OCVB):<br />

http://en.okinawastory.jp/<br />

WORLD CLASS MUSEUMS<br />

IN OKINAWA:<br />

• Okinawa Prefectural Museum<br />

& Art Museum<br />

•Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium<br />

• Oceanic Culture Museum<br />

World Cultural & Natural<br />

Heritage sites:<br />

• Gusuku Sites and Related<br />

Properties of the Kingdom<br />

of Ryukyu<br />

• Seifa Utaki, the greatest sacred<br />

site of the Ryukyu Kingdom and<br />

ancient place of worship<br />

• Yanbaru forest (under application),<br />

subtropical rain-forest<br />

NATIONAL PARKS IN OKINAWA:<br />

• Kerama Islands, famous for their<br />

clear waters, coral reefs and<br />

diversity of landscapes<br />

• Iriomote-Ishigaki National Park,<br />

pristine mangrove forests and<br />

subtropical flora and fauna<br />

BOOK RECOMMENDATION<br />

(available @ <strong>ITB</strong> bookstore):<br />

Okinawa – Unterwegs in Japans<br />

südlichen Landen,<br />

ISBN: 978-3-9815168-3-8.<br />

The first German popular science<br />

book about Okinawa’s nature,<br />

history & culture since 1927.<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


ASIA<br />

REGION<br />

45<br />

The Rising Sun of Tourism<br />

International tourism remains a bright spot in a slowing<br />

Japanese economy<br />

Kamakura,<br />

Japan<br />

While Japan’s economy is slowing,<br />

tourism is not. For the first time<br />

in 45 years, Japan recorded more<br />

inbound than outbound travellers.<br />

The country experienced an<br />

amazing 47.3% increase over 2014<br />

with total foreign arrivals jumping<br />

from 13.41 million to 19.73 million.<br />

Total revenues increased even<br />

more dramatically, up by 71.5% over<br />

2014 to reach a record ¥3.48 trillion,<br />

approximately the equivalent of<br />

US$26.5 billion.<br />

The success of Japanese tourism<br />

is supported by two factors: the<br />

lifting of visa requirements for most<br />

travellers from Asia; the weakening<br />

of the yen to a basket of other<br />

currencies and a burgeoning middle<br />

class from China – they represent<br />

now close to 5 million travellers<br />

a year. This represents a growth<br />

of almost 100% over 2014. Other<br />

million-visitor inbound markets<br />

include South Korea, Taiwan, Hong<br />

Kong and for the first time, the USA.<br />

Total arrivals from Europe were up<br />

last year, topping 1.25 million.<br />

The Japanese government is likely<br />

to revise upwards its target for<br />

2020, the year of Tokyo hosting the<br />

Olympic Games. The initial target<br />

was 20 million for that year but total<br />

arrivals of international visitors<br />

might now reach 25 to 26 million.<br />

Japan’s capital city promotion is<br />

indeed gaining momentum prior to<br />

the hosting of the Olympic Games.<br />

In September of last year, a new<br />

logo was presented for the city “&<br />

TOKYO” which is declined in all<br />

the activities visitors and locals can<br />

enjoy in the metropolis. The “&”is<br />

to express how Tokyo creates new<br />

kinds of enjoyment by forming<br />

new values and connections. Any<br />

word that describes an experience<br />

or attraction of Tokyo can thus<br />

be inserted in front of the “&”.<br />

The logo is at the heart of Tokyo’s<br />

communication to show the diversity<br />

of its attractions to the world.<br />

Visitors will be greeted with various<br />

expressions of the “& TOKYO” logo<br />

such as “Art & TOKYO”, “Matsuri &<br />

TOKYO” (‘matsuri’ means festival<br />

in Japanese) or “Shopping &<br />

TOKYO”.<br />

Hall 26A / Stand 129<br />

Tokyo Central<br />

Station<br />

Tokyo Shibuya<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


46 REGION<br />

ASIA<br />

Chinese Tourism – What a Year it Will Be!<br />

2016: Year of the Monkey, and also China-US Tourism Year<br />

Chinese President Xi Jinping and<br />

US President Barack Obama<br />

recently declared 2016 to be<br />

the year of China-US Tourism.<br />

This declaration recognises both<br />

US tourism to China and China<br />

visitation to the US.<br />

2016 is also the Year of the<br />

Monkey, and the February tourist<br />

rush from China came as Chinese<br />

tourists were celebrating Chinese<br />

New Year or Spring Festival.<br />

Disneyland Resort in Anaheim,<br />

California celebrated the Chinese,<br />

Korean and Vietnamese cultures<br />

during the Happy Lunar New Year<br />

Celebration at Disney California<br />

Adventure. The event included<br />

guest performing groups, local<br />

artisans, Disney characters, and<br />

special food and merchandise. The<br />

celebration welcomed talented<br />

dancers and acrobats from<br />

China’s Shenzhen municipality for<br />

a special performance.<br />

Another celebration was held at<br />

Universal Studios in Los Angeles<br />

with an event promoting China-US<br />

Tourism year 2016, in partnership<br />

with the Chinese Consulate of<br />

Los Angeles and the Los Angeles<br />

Convention and Visitors Bureau.<br />

Universal Studio has made its<br />

Spring Festival celebration an<br />

annual event as Chinese tourists<br />

become its largest source of<br />

international visitors.<br />

China will invest 20 percent<br />

more in its tourism industry in<br />

the coming year, compared to<br />

2015, with the goal of increasing<br />

the industry’s annual revenue<br />

will by 10 percent. Investment<br />

is expected to rise to 1.2 trillion<br />

yuan ($180 billion), with projected<br />

revenue expected to reach 4.55<br />

trillion yuan ($682 billion).<br />

Chinese are expected to make<br />

4.38 billion trips for tourism within<br />

China this year, up 9.5 percent<br />

over 2015, and revenue from their<br />

travels will rise by 11 percent year<br />

on year to 3.8 trillion yuan ($570<br />

billion).<br />

A total of 263 million tourist trips<br />

are expected both inbound and<br />

outbound from China in 2016, up<br />

5% over 2015.<br />

Overall, tourism is playing an<br />

increasingly important role in<br />

China’s economy, accounting<br />

for about 10.8 percent of total<br />

GDP growth and 10.2 percent of<br />

national employment in 2015.<br />

Hall 26C / Stand 310<br />

Guangzhou Fernsehturm<br />

© FVA China<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


© Thomas Keller<br />

HOSPITALITY / RESTAURANTS / BARS<br />

WHERE<br />

TO GO<br />

IN<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong><br />

CLUBS / EVENTS / SHOPPING / CULTURE<br />

Under the heading of “Visit <strong>Berlin</strong>’s<br />

Highlights”, <strong>Berlin</strong> Highlights presents the<br />

German capital’s most popular attractions<br />

at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>.<br />

The idea was born at <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> 2011, when leading<br />

organisers from the art world, the cultural scene and<br />

tourism in <strong>Berlin</strong> joined forces with the idea of creating<br />

the “<strong>Berlin</strong> Highlights” seal of approval that would<br />

guarantee an unforgettable experience for visitors to the<br />

capital. A high level of quality and service is important<br />

in order to become a partner of <strong>Berlin</strong> Highlights.<br />

Travellers can find everything they need to know about<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Highlights at a glance in “Mein <strong>Berlin</strong> Guide”. In<br />

addition to practical tips the traveller’s guide contains<br />

The Best of <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

a bonus card and information on competitions with a<br />

chance to win prizes. With the bonus card, visitors<br />

can obtain gifts from associated partners, including<br />

a pocket guide from the Dalí Museum or a “<strong>Berlin</strong>er<br />

Weisse” beer, served on the sun deck on a tour of the<br />

River Spree or of the bridges of <strong>Berlin</strong> by the pleasure<br />

boat operator Reederei Riedel. Visitors to the stand of<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Highlights will be handed the guide, written in<br />

two languages, free of charge. It contains extensive<br />

maps, including of <strong>Berlin</strong>’s S-Bahn and U-Bahn transit<br />

systems. Smartphone users can also obtain “Mein <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Guide” with all the features, in the shape of the free<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Highlights app, available for Android and iOS,<br />

which includes the bonus function and offline maps.<br />

Visitors to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> can find out more about the<br />

wide range of available services on the combined<br />

stand of <strong>Berlin</strong> Highlights, which is organised in close<br />

cooperation with Visit<strong>Berlin</strong>. The following partners<br />

are represented on the stand: the asisi Panorama<br />

’The Wall’, Dalí – the exhibition on Potsdamer Platz,<br />

Deutsches Currywurst Museum <strong>Berlin</strong>, Gärten der<br />

Welt in Marzahn-Hellersdorf, which next year will be<br />

hosting the International Garden Exhibition, IMAX in<br />

the Sony Center, Oldie Käfer Tour <strong>Berlin</strong>, the Olympic<br />

Stadium <strong>Berlin</strong>, PanoramaPunkt, Reederei Riedel, Spy<br />

Museum <strong>Berlin</strong>, Top Tour Sightseeing and Verband der<br />

Stadtführer <strong>Berlin</strong>.<br />

Hall 12 / Stand 101<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016


48<br />

WHERE<br />

TO GO<br />

IN<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Restaurants<br />

THE ENTRECÔTE<br />

The Entrecôte is a Restaurant and Brasserie<br />

right in the heart of <strong>Berlin</strong>. People say you<br />

feel the spirit of Paris at the Entrecôte. This<br />

is not too big a promise. L´esprit brasserie<br />

lifestyle can normally only be found in<br />

Paris - but is loved by many poets, writers<br />

and artists, The Entrecôte brought this<br />

esprit to life in <strong>Berlin</strong> – without copying it.<br />

You will find in our great offer of typically<br />

French cuisine, dishes such as Le Saumon<br />

Fumé, Les Escargots, Le Foie Gras, Les<br />

Huitres Fines de Claires to begin with the<br />

starters! Typical dishes normally found<br />

only in brasseries. Still we maintained<br />

our independence, and did not copy the<br />

interiors. There is no fake Art Deco or<br />

plush at our place. We are perfectly aware<br />

of being a <strong>Berlin</strong> location. The modern<br />

and elegant but very comfortable interior<br />

is our priority. This does not in the least<br />

impair the lifestyle. The opposite is the<br />

case: This is what makes the Entrecôte<br />

so real.<br />

Open Monday to Friday from 11:30 am to<br />

midnight; Saturday and Sunday from 5:30<br />

pm to midnight<br />

Entrecôte Gaststätten GmbH<br />

Schützenstraße 5 – 10117 <strong>Berlin</strong> Mitte/<br />

Am Checkpoint Charlie Friedrichstraße<br />

Tel : +49 (0)30 20 16 54 96<br />

info@entrecote.de<br />

RESTAURANT<br />

REINHARD’S<br />

In the heart of the Nikolaiviertel in<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> you can undertake a wonderful<br />

journey through time. Passing through<br />

the massive swing doors of Reinhard’s<br />

you will find yourself in the world of the<br />

Golden Twenties. The atmosphere is<br />

underlined by the flair of Parisian cafés.<br />

The restaurant is lovingly decorated<br />

with pictures of celebrated theatre and<br />

movie stars and famous expressionist and<br />

naturalist paintings. The international<br />

kitchen with French finesse presents day<br />

and evening menus that change each<br />

week. One of their specialities “The secret<br />

of the Kaiserhof” is a dish that the kitchen<br />

of the Kaiserhof hotel once created for the<br />

artist Max Liebermann. The recipe of the<br />

sauce is still a secret. The philosophy of<br />

Reinhard’s is that you can eat and drink<br />

everything from croissant and coffee to an<br />

exclusive menu with vintage champagne.<br />

Restaurant Reinhard’s<br />

im Nikolaiviertel – Poststr. 28-10178 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Tel : +49 (0)30 242 52 95<br />

www.reinhards.de<br />

restaurant@reinhards.de<br />

Metro: S & U Alexanderplatz: U5, U2, U8,<br />

S5, S7, S75<br />

Museums<br />

& Exhibitions<br />

THE STORY OF BERLIN<br />

A first hand interactive history<br />

The permanent exhibition The Story of<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> invites the visitor to immerse into<br />

the 800 years of history of the German<br />

capital in 23 themed rooms. The exhibition<br />

includes multimedia elements and<br />

successfully integrates modern exhibition<br />

features together with original models and<br />

lavishly reconstructed historic facsimiles<br />

to help the visitor “feel” the atmosphere<br />

of the city then and now. A very special<br />

feature and a must-see is the nuclear<br />

bomb shelter from the Cold War. It is an<br />

impressive reminder of the fear in the days<br />

of the Cold War.<br />

The Story of <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Kurfürstendamm 207-208 – 10719 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Tel: +49 (0)30 887 20 100<br />

Metro: S Bahn Savignyplatz S5 S7 S9<br />

S75 - U Uhlandstraße U1<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> BERLIN NEWS • Thursday 10 th March 2016<br />

www.itb-berlin-news.com


<strong>ITB</strong> QUICKFINDER<br />

9-13 MARCH 2016<br />

Exhibition Grounds<br />

Geländeplan<br />

Shuttle Busses<br />

Shuttle Linien<br />

Fairground Shuttle<br />

Gelände-Shuttle<br />

Catering Guide<br />

Gastro-Führer<br />

Open Exits Evening Hours<br />

Nachtausgänge<br />

Services<br />

Service<br />

Exhibitors from A to Z<br />

Austeller von A bis Z


EXHIBITION GROUNDS<br />

GELÄNDEPLAN<br />

Hall 26 C / Stand 310 Hall 5.2 B / Stand 205-205a Hall 26 A / Stand 122-123<br />

Hall 5.2 A / Stand 109-109a Hall 26 A / Stand 121<br />

Hall 20 / Stand 138 Hall 21 A / Stand 120 Hall 21 A / Stand 110<br />

Hall 6.2 A / Stand 103a<br />

Hall 12 / Stand 101<br />

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Hall 26 A / Stand 106b<br />

Hall 26 A / Stand 130<br />

Hall 26 A / Stand 106<br />

Hall 21 18 A / Stand / 125a 120<br />

Hall 17 / Stand 109<br />

Hall 22 A / Stand 103<br />

Hall 1.1 / Stand 211<br />

Hall 2.1 / Stand 480 Hall 3.1 / Stand 109a<br />

Hall 3.1 / Stand 131<br />

Hall 1.1 / Stand 112<br />

Hall 25 / Stand 110 Hall 9 / Stand 103<br />

Hall 25 / Stand 133 Hall 9 / Stand 110<br />

Hall 25 / Stand 123<br />

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SHUTTLE BUSSES & FAIRGROUND SHUTTLE<br />

SHUTTLE LINIEN & GELÄNDE-SHUTTLE<br />

AIRPORT SHUTTLE: LINE M2 SUPPORTED BY POSTBUS<br />

Transfer from Tegel Airport to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> venue and return (8 – 13 March),<br />

duration on average 20-30 minutes<br />

From Airport Tegel to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> venue<br />

Departure Airport Tegel 8:00 a.m. – 5:15 p.m<br />

Arrival Entrance South 8:25 a.m. – 5:40 p.m.<br />

From <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> venue to Airport Tegel<br />

Entrance South 11:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.<br />

Arrival Airport Tegel 12:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. .<br />

In the morning and in the evening the buses go every 30 minutes.<br />

From 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. the busses go every hour.<br />

Transfer Flughafen <strong>Berlin</strong>-Tegel zum Eingang Süd und zurück (8. – 13. März),<br />

Fahrzeit durchschnittlich 20-30 Minuten<br />

Vom Flughafen Tegel zum Messegelände<br />

Abfahrt Flughafen Tegel 8:00 – 17:15 Uhr<br />

Ankunft Eingang Süd 8:25 – 17:40 Uhr<br />

Vom Messegelände zum Flughafen Tegel<br />

Abfahrt Eingang Süd 11:30 – 19:00 Uhr<br />

Ankunft Flughafen Tegel 12:00 – 19:30 Uhr<br />

Morgens und abends fahren die Busse alle 30 Minuten, zwischen 12:00 – 16:00 Uhr stündlich<br />

PARK AND RIDE BUS SHUTTLE: LINE M1<br />

Transfer Olympischer Platz - Entrance South and return (9-13 March) daily: 8:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.<br />

The busses go every 15 minutes.<br />

CITY BUS SHUTTLE<br />

Our city bus shuttle takes you fast and comfortable to the <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> venue, Entrance South. Two<br />

lines are provided. Please note that the stops are not marked as <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> stops. The busses stop at<br />

the regular bus stops of the <strong>Berlin</strong> public transport system.<br />

Unser City-Shuttle bringt Sie rasch zum Messegelände, Eingang Süd.<br />

Es gibt zwei verschiedene Linien. Bitte beachten Sie, dass die Haltestellen nicht durch die<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> gekennzeichnet sind. Die Shuttles halten an den Bushaltestellen des <strong>Berlin</strong>er ÖPNV.<br />

Line A<br />

Bus-Stop 1: Unter den Linden / Friedrichstraße<br />

Bus-Stop 2: Train Station S+U Bahnhof Potsdamer Platz (Leipziger Platz)<br />

Line B<br />

Bus-Stop 1: Metro Station U Wittenbergplatz<br />

Bus-Stop 2: Metro Station U Kurfürstendamm (Kranzlereck)<br />

Bus-Stop 3: Olivaer Platz (Kurfürstendamm 61)<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> HOTEL SHUTTLE<br />

The <strong>ITB</strong> Hotel Shuttle is your fast and direct connection to <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> in the morning. In the evening<br />

the busses will bring you back to your hotel or into the city. Further information is available in the<br />

partner hotels of the <strong>ITB</strong> Hotel Shuttle. You will receive the timetable and the necessary shuttle<br />

ticket in your hotel.<br />

Transfer Olympischer Platz - Eingang Süd und zurück (9.-13. März) täglich: 8.30 Uhr - 19.30 Uhr<br />

Die Busse fahren alle 15 Minuten<br />

Bus-Stop 4: Metro Station U Adenauerplatz<br />

Bus-Stop 5: Train Station S Halensee<br />

Morning / morgens:<br />

9-11.3. from 8:30 a.m. - 9:50 a.m., every 20 minutes<br />

12-13.3. from 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., every 30 minutes<br />

(Times of 1st bus stop / Abfahrtszeiten 1. Haltepunkt)<br />

Evening / abends:<br />

9-11.3. from 5:00 p.m. - 7:10 p.m., every 20 minutes<br />

12-13.3. from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., every 30 minutes<br />

(Departure times Entrance South / Abfahrtszeiten Eingang Süd)<br />

Deviations can be possible due to traffic.<br />

Verkehrsbedingte Abweichungen sind möglich.<br />

Mit dem <strong>ITB</strong> Hotel-Shuttle kommen Sie morgens schnell und direkt zur <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>. Nach dem<br />

Messebesuch bringen Sie die Shuttlebusse zurück zu Ihrem Hotel oder in die Innenstadt. Weitere<br />

Informationen erhalten Sie in den Partnerhotels des <strong>ITB</strong> Hotel-Shuttles. Den Fahrplan und das<br />

erforderliche Shuttle-Ticket erhalten Sie in Ihrem Hotel.<br />

FAIRGROUND SHUTTLE<br />

GELÄNDE-SHUTTLE<br />

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CATERING GUIDE & OPEN EXITS EVENING HOURS<br />

GASTRO-FÜHRER & NACHTAUSGÄNGE<br />

CATERING GUIDE<br />

GASTRO-FÜHRER<br />

EXITS EVENING HOURS<br />

NACHTAUSGÄNGE<br />

www.itb-berlin.com<br />

#5


SERVICES<br />

SERVICE<br />

Airports<br />

Information: +49 30 60911150<br />

Hotline for both airports: Tegel and<br />

Schönefeld, www.berlin-airport.de<br />

Assistance for People with Disabilities/<br />

Wheelchair services<br />

Hall 4.2, Telephone: +49 30 3038-5837<br />

Banks/Cash Machines<br />

Cash machines: CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong>, Entrance<br />

foyer, Hall 1.2b/2.2b, Hall 14.1, Hall 19<br />

Cash Truck „ZasterLaster“, Entrance South<br />

ReiseBank at the branch office “Zoological<br />

Garden” railway station,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 8817117<br />

Business Center<br />

Messe <strong>Berlin</strong> GmbH,<br />

E-mail: business-center@messe-berlin.de<br />

(photo copies, fax, telephone,<br />

e-mail, Internet, PC, scanner, printer,<br />

notebook connection, business cards, top<br />

up prepaid cards, SIM-cards, USB flash drive,<br />

internat. power adapter)<br />

• Grosser Stern, level 3,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-4127,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3038-4136<br />

• Hall 2.2, Room Ulm (only 9-12 March),<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038 81225,<br />

• Halls 20/21, Passageway,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-4130,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3038-4138<br />

• CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong>, Entrance foyer,<br />

opposite O-Rooms,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-4129,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3038-4137<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> Business Point<br />

09-11 March<br />

in halls 5.2/234 & 3.1/208<br />

Your place for appointments & trade<br />

business<br />

Catering (Capital Catering GmbH)<br />

• Stand Service for exhibitors:<br />

Telephone +49 30 3038-2993<br />

• Banquets Fairground:<br />

Telephone +49 30 3038-3950<br />

• Banquets CityCube:<br />

Telephone +49 30 3038-3914<br />

• Banquets Palais am Funkturm:<br />

Telephone +49 30 3038-1991<br />

• Restaurants on the fairground:<br />

Telephone +49 30 3038-3929<br />

• Funkturm Restaurant,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-2996<br />

• Restaurant Brandenburg, Hall 24,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-1912<br />

• Restaurant “Casino”, Hall 7.3,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-1927<br />

Only 9-12 March.<br />

• Restaurant “Panorama”, Hall 5.3/6.3<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-1981<br />

• Business Lounge in Marshall-Haus,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-3929<br />

Climate Protection<br />

Climate-conscious travel. <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Cooperation Partner atmosfair GmbH<br />

Hall 4.1 / 240<br />

Cloakrooms/Luggage Lock-up<br />

Entrance South, Service Center Hall 7, Hall 9,<br />

Entrance East (Hall 14.1), Entrance North<br />

(Hall 19), Hall 20/21, CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong>,<br />

Entrance Foyer (East)<br />

Fee: € 2.50 / garment, € 3.00 / luggage<br />

eTravel World<br />

Meetings, workshops and presentations<br />

about Social Media, Mobile Travel Services<br />

and Big Data, Hall 6.1,<br />

www.itb-berlin.com/etravel<br />

Exhibitor Service Counter<br />

Grosser Stern, level 3,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-4123, -4124, -4125,<br />

-4127, Fax: +49 30 3038-4135<br />

Fire Department – Emergency Call<br />

Plant Fire Brigade Messe <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Telephone: +49 30 30 38 31 12<br />

First Aid – DRK (Red Cross) Physician<br />

Emergency calls<br />

Telephone +49 30 3038-2222<br />

Hall 2.1, Hall 3.2, Hall 9, Hall 26c, and<br />

passageways between Halls 12/13, 17/18,<br />

and 20/21<br />

Wheelchairs/Lost Children: Hall 4.2,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 3038-5837<br />

Hotel Reservations/Travel Arrangements<br />

HRS www.hrs.de/hotel/de/berlin,<br />

Telephone: +49 221 2077 6033<br />

Visit<strong>Berlin</strong> www.visitberlin.de,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 250025<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> Mobile Guide<br />

Download at www.itb-berlin.mobi<br />

Lost Children/Red Cross<br />

Hall 4.2, Telephone: +49 30 3038-5837<br />

Lost and Found<br />

Security Office, passageway between<br />

Halls 16/17, Telephone: +49 30 3038-1785<br />

Media Center<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> press team, editorial offices,<br />

PR Agencies (Halls 5.3 & 6.3)<br />

www.itb-berlin.com/press<br />

Pharmacy<br />

Witzleben Apotheke,<br />

Kaiserdamm 24/at the corner of<br />

Messedamm, 14055 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Telephone: 0800 3011970, +49 30 93952030<br />

Delivery Service:<br />

Monday-Friday (8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.),<br />

last orders until 2:00 p.m. for delivery on same<br />

day<br />

Photocopies/Printing<br />

See Business Center<br />

Police<br />

Emergency call to police: Telephone: 110<br />

District Office 22, Charlottenburger<br />

Chaussee 75, 13597 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Telephone: +49 30 4664-222701<br />

Police station in Hall 7, ground level,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 4664-200760,<br />

Fax: +49 30 4664-200799<br />

Post Office<br />

Postbank Finance Center<br />

Soorstraße 61 – 62, 14050 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Mon – Fri: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sat: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.<br />

Prayers Room/Room of Silence<br />

For all confessions and pastoral care:<br />

Hall 6.2, entrance Summer<br />

Garden, Telephone: +49 30 3038-5858,<br />

+49 163 6095100<br />

Muslim Prayer Room Hall 19, Foyer West<br />

Press Stand<br />

Extensive selection of free international<br />

publications, foyer between Halls 6.2/5.2<br />

Public Transport<br />

BVG, <strong>Berlin</strong>er Verkehrsbetriebe,<br />

Rates and Schedules, Telephone: +49 30 194<br />

49, Web: www.bvg.de<br />

S-Bahn <strong>Berlin</strong> GmbH, Rates and schedules,<br />

Telephone +49 30 297 43333,<br />

Web: www.s-bahn-berlin.de<br />

Shipment (brochure material)<br />

INFOX Package Station<br />

National and international shipment of<br />

brochure materials for visitors, credit or<br />

debit cards only, Foyer Hall 1.1/2.1<br />

Taxi ranks<br />

CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong> – Messedamm,<br />

Entrance South, Gate 9,<br />

Entrance East (Halls 14/15),<br />

Entrance North (Hall 19)<br />

Taxi Reservations<br />

• Funk Taxi <strong>Berlin</strong>,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 261026<br />

• Taxi-Ruf City Funk,<br />

Telephone: +49 30 210202<br />

• Würfelfunk, Telephone: +49 30 210101<br />

Ticket Sales/Ticket Office<br />

MB Capital Services GmbH, Thüringer Allee<br />

12, 14052 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Telephone: +49 30 3069-6969,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3069-6930<br />

Tourist Information<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Tourismus & Kongress GmbH<br />

Am Karlsbad 11, 10785 <strong>Berlin</strong>,<br />

Service-Hotline: +49 30 25002<br />

www.visitberlin.de<br />

Trains: Deutsche Bahn<br />

Service Hotline 0180 6 99 66 33 (0,20 Euros<br />

per minute from German landlines),<br />

www.bahn.com<br />

Visitors’ Meeting Point<br />

Entrance North (Lobby, Hall 19),<br />

Entrance South (Middle Foyer between<br />

Hall 1.2a and 2.2a)<br />

Wi-Fi<br />

FreeWifi, password: itb2016<br />

Apotheke<br />

Witzleben Apotheke,<br />

Kaiserdamm 24/ Ecke Messedamm,<br />

14055 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Telefon: +49 30 9395 2030, 0800 3011970<br />

Messe-Lieferservice: Bestellannahme<br />

von Mo-Fr (8-14 Uhr)<br />

Lieferung Mo-Fr bis 18 Uhr<br />

Auskunft<br />

Inland: 11833, Ausland: 11834<br />

Aussteller-Service-Counter<br />

Grosser Stern, Ebene 3<br />

Telefon: +49 30 3038-4123, -4124, -4125, -4127,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3038-4135<br />

Banken/Geldautomaten<br />

Geldautomaten: CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Eingangsfoyer (ZE1), Halle 14.1, Halle 19,<br />

Mittelfoyer Halle 1.2b/2.2b,<br />

Cash truck „ZasterLaster“, Eingang Süd,<br />

ReiseBank: Geschäftsstelle <strong>Berlin</strong> Bahnhof<br />

Zoo, Telefon: +49 30 8817117<br />

Behindertenhilfe/Rollstuhlverleih<br />

Halle 4.2 Kopffoyer, Telefon: +49 30 3038-5837<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong>er Verkehrsbetriebe BVG, S-Bahn<br />

Tarif- und Fahrplanauskunft: +49 30 19449,<br />

www.bvg.de<br />

Business Center<br />

Messe <strong>Berlin</strong> GmbH, e-mail: businesscenter@messe-berlin.de<br />

(Fotokopien,<br />

Telefax, Telefon, Internet, PC-Nutzung,<br />

Scanner, Drucker, Notebook-Anschluss,<br />

Visitenkarten, Prepaid-Karten, SIM-Karten,<br />

USB Sticks, internat. Stromadapter)<br />

• Grosser Stern, Ebene 3,<br />

Telefon: +49 30 3038-4128,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3038-4136<br />

• Halle 2.2, Raum Ulm (nur 9.-12.3.)<br />

Telefon: +49 30 3038 81225,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3038-81201<br />

• Übergang Halle 20/21,<br />

Telefon: +49 30 3038-4130,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3038-4138<br />

• CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong> Eingangsfoyer<br />

(ZE1, gegenüber O-Räumen),<br />

Telefon: +49 30 3038-4129,<br />

Fax: +49 30 3038-4137<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> Business Point<br />

09.-11.3.<br />

in Hallen 5.2/234 & 3.1/208<br />

Ihr Ort für Termine und Messegeschäfte<br />

Deutsche Bahn<br />

Fahrplan-, Tarifauskunft, Buchung,<br />

Reservierung<br />

Telefon: 0180 6 99 66 33 (0,20 Euro/Min.<br />

aus dem dt. Festnetz), 0800 1 507090<br />

(kostenlose Fahrplanansage). www.bahn.de<br />

Erste Hilfe, DRK Stationen, ärztlicher<br />

Dienst Notruf DRK-Messegelände<br />

Telefon: +49 30 3038-2222<br />

Halle 2.1, Halle 3.2, Halle 9,<br />

Halle 12/13 (Übergang),<br />

Kleiner Stern oben (Übergang Halle 17/18),<br />

Halle 20/21 (Übergang), Halle 26c.<br />

eTravel World<br />

Meetings, Workshops und Präsentationen<br />

rund um Social Media, Mobile Travel<br />

Services und Big Data, Halle 6.1,<br />

itb-berlin.de/etravel<br />

Feuerwehr-Notruf direkt<br />

Betriebsfeuerwehr Messe <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Telefon +49 30 3038-3112<br />

Flughäfen<br />

Info-Hotline 030 609 11150 für beide<br />

Flughäfen: Tegel und Schönefeld,<br />

www.berlin-airport.de<br />

Fotokopiermöglichkeit<br />

Siehe Business Center<br />

Fundbüro<br />

Pförtnerloge/Übergang Halle 16/17,<br />

Telefon: +49 30 3038-1785,<br />

Garderoben/Gepäckaufbewahrung<br />

Eingang Süd, Service Center Halle 7, Halle 9,<br />

Eingang Ost (Halle 14.1), Eingang Nord<br />

(Halle 19), Halle 20/21, CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong>,<br />

Eingangsfoyer (Ost)<br />

Preis: 2,50 € / Garderobe, 3,00 € / Gepäck<br />

Gastronomie<br />

(Capital Catering GmbH)<br />

• Messestand-Service für Aussteller:<br />

Telefon +49 30 3038-2993<br />

• Bankett Messegelände:<br />

Telefon +49 30 3038-3950<br />

• Bankett CityCube:<br />

Telefon +49 30 3038-3914<br />

• Bankett Palais am Funkturm:<br />

Telefon +49 30 3038-1991<br />

• Restaurants auf dem Messegelände:<br />

Telefon +49 30 3038-3929<br />

• Funkturm Restaurant,<br />

Telefon : +49 30 3038-2996<br />

• Restaurant Brandenburg, Hall 24,<br />

Telefon : +49 30 3038-1912<br />

• Restaurant “Casino”, Hall 7.3,<br />

Telefon : +49 30 3038-1927<br />

Nur 9.-12.3.<br />

• Restaurant “Panorama”, Hall 5.3/6.3<br />

Telefon : +49 30 3038-1981<br />

• Business Lounge im Marshall-Haus<br />

Telefon : +49 30 3038-3929<br />

Gebetsräume/Raum der Stille<br />

Konfessionsunabhängig (auch Seelsorge):<br />

im Zugangsbereich der Halle 6.2,<br />

(Sommergarten), Telefon: +49 30 3038-5858,<br />

Mobil: +49 163 6095100<br />

Moslemischer Gebetsraum: an Halle 19,<br />

Foyer West<br />

Hotelreservierung/Reisearrangement/<br />

Incoming<br />

HRS www.hrs.de/hotel/de/berlin,<br />

Telefon: +49 221 2077 6033<br />

Visit<strong>Berlin</strong> www.visitberlin.de,<br />

Telefon: +49 30250025<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> Mobile Guide<br />

Download unter www.itb-berlin.mobi<br />

Kartenvertrieb/Kassen/Tickets<br />

MB Capital Services GmbH, Thüringer Allee<br />

12, 14052 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Telefon: +49 30 30696969,<br />

Fax +49 30 30696930<br />

Klimaschutz<br />

Klimabewusst reisen. <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Kooperationspartner atmosfair gGmbH,<br />

Halle 4.1 / 240<br />

Kinder-Sammelstelle/DRK<br />

Halle 4.2 Kopffoyer, Telefon: +49 30 3038-<br />

5837<br />

Medienzentrum<br />

Presseteam der <strong>ITB</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong>, Redaktionsbüros,<br />

PR-Agenturen (Hallen 5.3 & 6.3),<br />

www.itb-berlin.de/presse<br />

Polizei<br />

Polizei-Notruf direkt, Telefon: 110<br />

Abschnitt 22, Charlottenburger Chaussee 75,<br />

13597 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Telefon: +49 30 4664-222701<br />

Anzeigenaufnahme, Polizeiwache Service-<br />

Center Halle 7, 1. OG<br />

Telefon: +49 30 4664-200760,<br />

Fax: +49 30 4664-200799<br />

www.berlin.de/polizei<br />

Postfiliale<br />

Postbank Finanzcenter, Soorstraße 61 – 62<br />

14050 <strong>Berlin</strong>, Telefon +49 30 3039-6151<br />

Mo – Fr. 9–18 Uhr, Sa. 9–13 Uhr<br />

Pressestand<br />

Umfassendes Angebot an internationalen<br />

Zeitschriften, Foyer Hallen 6.2/5.2<br />

Taxi-Anfahrtstellen<br />

CityCube <strong>Berlin</strong> – Messedamm, Eingang Süd,<br />

Tor 9, Eingang Ost (Halle 14/15),<br />

Eingang Nord (Halle 19)<br />

Taxiruf-Vorbestellungen<br />

Funk Taxi <strong>Berlin</strong>, Telefon: +49 30 261026<br />

Taxi-Ruf City Funk, Telefon: +49 30 210202<br />

Würfelfunk, Telefon: +49 30 210101<br />

Treffpunkt für Besucher<br />

Nord: Vorhalle 19,<br />

Süd: Übergang Halle 1.2a/2.2a<br />

Touristen-Information<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Tourismus & Kongress GmbH,<br />

Am Karlsbad 11, 10785 <strong>Berlin</strong><br />

Service-Hotline: +49 30 250025,<br />

www.visitberlin.de<br />

Versand (Prospektmaterial)<br />

INFOX Paketstation, Nationaler und<br />

internationaler Versand von<br />

Prospektmaterialien für Besucher,<br />

nur EC oder Kreditkarte, Foyer 1.1/2.1<br />

WLAN<br />

FreeWifi, Passwort: itb2016<br />

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EXHIBITORS FROM A TO Z<br />

/ AUSTELLER VON A BIS Z<br />

A<br />

EXHIBITORS / AUSSTELLER HALL / HALLE STAND EXHIBITORS / AUSSTELLER HALL / HALLE STAND EXHIBITORS / AUSSTELLER HALL / HALLE STAND EXHIBITORS / AUSSTELLER HALL / HALLE STAND<br />

EXHIBITORS / AUSSTELLER HALL / HALLE STAND EXHIBITORS / AUSSTELLER HALL / HALLE STAND EXHIBITORS / AUSSTELLER HALL / HALLE STAND EXHIBITORS / AUSSTELLER HALL / HALLE STAND<br />

1001 Events 22.B 210<br />

11 Infotech System Co., Ltd. 26.B 207b<br />

1AVista Reisen GmbH 25. 167<br />

2. DSP, s.r.o. 7.2B 102a-b<br />

365 days of Armenia by SacVoyage Travel 15.1 104<br />

365 Travel 26.C 326<br />

3K Management 18. 126a<br />

4 roues sous 1 parapluie 2.2 201, 201a<br />

4Travel Incoming Tour Operator 15.1 100<br />

5stelle* 6.1 112<br />

7 Degrees South 20. 130<br />

7 Pines Hotels & Resorts 14.1 113<br />

911 Memorial & Museum 2.1 405<br />

A<br />

A - Trip2Ro 7.2B 101a-c<br />

A Bite of Cusco 1.1 102<br />

A La Carte Travel 2.2 110<br />

A&O Hotels and Hostels Holding AG 4.1 100<br />

A. Tsokkos Hotels Public Ltd 2.2 111, 111a<br />

A.T. Seasons & Vacations Travel Pvt. Ltd 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

A.T.R. Touristik (Unit Turizm Otomotiv<br />

ve Reklamcilik San. ve Tic. A.S.) 3.2 201<br />

A2Btransfers 25. 138<br />

AAA Travel 20. 134<br />

aachen tourist service e.v. 8.2 103f<br />

AAE All Asia Exclusive 26.B 221<br />

Aanari 20. 129<br />

Aarhus 2017 - Kulturhauptstadt Europas 16. 101<br />

Aarhus 2017 European Capital of Culture,<br />

Sekretariatet fon Fonden Aarhus 2017 18. 128a<br />

Aarya Village Travel 5.2A 110<br />

AAT Kings 5.2A 114<br />

AB Chapri Group 5.2B 256<br />

Abacus Tours 1.2 216<br />

Abano Montegrotto Tas Health Hotel 1.2 226<br />

AB-ASTAMY Origins Ethiopia Tour & Travel 21.A 121<br />

Abba Hotels 4.2 101,101a<br />

Abbey Scotland 18. 123, 125<br />

Abbey Tours 18. 122<br />

ABC Travel 1.2 103<br />

Abenteuer Afrika Safari 20. 114<br />

Abercrombie & Kent Sub - Saharan Africa 20. 120<br />

Aberdeenshire 18. 123, 125<br />

Abies Travel 4.2 121<br />

ab-in-den-urlaub.de 8.1 112<br />

ab-in-den-urlaub-deals.de 8.1 112<br />

Abjar Hotels International 22.A 103<br />

Aboriginal Cultural Tours - South Australia 5.2A 114<br />

Abreu DMC Açores 2.2 208a<br />

Abreu online 10.1 208a<br />

Absolut Tours & Safaris 20. 134<br />

Absolute Ethiopia Tours 21.A 121<br />

Absolute Tours (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. 26.B 225<br />

Abu Dhabi Motorsports Management 22.B 210<br />

Abu Dhabi National Hotels (ADNH) 22.B 210<br />

Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority 22.B 210<br />

AC Hotels by Marriott 9. 302<br />

AC Tours 18. 123, 125<br />

Acacia Adventure Holidays 20. 120<br />

Academservice 2.1 120<br />

Acampora Hotels Srl 1.2 227<br />

Acampora Travel 25. 131<br />

Acapulco 1.1 101<br />

ACAVe 4.2 202<br />

Accent Travel & Events 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Access Southern Africa 20. 138<br />

Accesstour - ACCESSible Tourism<br />

for Outdoor and Urban Routes 4.1 239<br />

Accor Hotels 21.B 208<br />

Accor Hotels 23.A 100<br />

Accor Indonesia 26.A 122, 123<br />

Accor Malaysia 26.A 121<br />

ACCORHOTELS 3.1 131<br />

AccorHotels 9. 215<br />

AccorHotels Asia Pacific 26.C 321<br />

AccorHotels Middle East 22.A 103<br />

Ace Travels Maldives<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

ACHAT Hotels Deutschland 14.1 110<br />

Achava Festspiele Thüringen 11.2 103<br />

ACL GmbH & Co. Reisedienste KG 7.2C 101<br />

Acme Travels (Pvt.) Ltd 1.1 104b<br />

acora Hotels und Wohnen 9. 110<br />

ACOYA Hotel Suites & Villas 3.1 135<br />

ACQUAFORTE TRAVEL DESIGNER 1.2 226<br />

Across Africa 21.A 119<br />

Across Australia - NZ 5.2A 114<br />

across spain DMC & Leisure Travel 4.2 202<br />

Acrotel Hotels & Resort 2.2 101<br />

Active Adventure Tours Mongolia<br />

(Tour Mongolia) 4.1 248<br />

Active Holidays 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Active Holidays Co.Ltd. 26.B 218<br />

Active India Holidays Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 237<br />

Activities - The Transfer and Activity Bank 8.1 123<br />

ADAC Verlag GmbH &Co.KG 10.2 107<br />

Adalya Resort & SPA 3.2 201<br />

A’DAM LOOKOUT 10.2 102<br />

Adam Park Marrakech Hotel & Spa 21.B 208<br />

Adams Beach Hotel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort 18. 122<br />

Addis Ababa Hotel Owners Trade<br />

Sectoral Association 21.A 121<br />

Adelboden-Frutigen Tourismus 17. 101,101a-c<br />

Adobe Rent a Car<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Adria Airways 17. 109<br />

Adria DMC 1.2 221<br />

Adria Ferries 1.2 214<br />

Adriatic Travel & Trade d.o.o. 1.2 204<br />

adriatica.net Group 1.2 219<br />

ADS MUNDO 1.1 201<br />

Advanced Adventures Ltd. 21.A 119<br />

Advanced Computer Technology (ACT) 8.1 113a<br />

Advantage Travel 1.1 110<br />

Adventure & Fun Albania 1.2 214<br />

Adventure Carstensz 26.A 122, 123<br />

Adventure Dublin 4.1 104<br />

Adventure Indonesia 26.A 109, 122, 123<br />

Adventure Myanmar Tours & Incentives 26.B 201<br />

Adventure Pakistan 5.2A 115<br />

Adventure Sumatra 26.A 122, 123<br />

Adventure Tours Pakistan (PATO) 5.2A 115<br />

Adventure Travel Trade Association 4.1 209<br />

Adventure Travel West Inc. 2.1 435<br />

Adventures Overland 4.1 230<br />

Adyen 6.1 153<br />

Aegean Airlines S.A. 2.2 101<br />

Aegean Islands Cyclades-Dodecanes 2.2 212<br />

Aegean Islands Lesvos-Chios-Samos 2.2 101<br />

Aegean Star Hotels 2.2 101<br />

Aeolos Cyprus 25. 131<br />

Aeolos Malta 25. 131<br />

Aer Lingus 18. 122<br />

AER Reisebüro Kooperation 25. 129<br />

Aerodiana 1.1 102<br />

Aeroflot 25. 130<br />

AEROFLOT Russian Airlines 2.1 102<br />

Aerolineas Argentinas 25. 130<br />

Aeromexico 1.1 101<br />

Aeromexico 25. 130<br />

Aerovias del Continente Americano<br />

AVIANCA 1.1 218<br />

Aerowisata Hotels & Resorts 26.A 122, 123<br />

AERTiCKET AG 25. 129<br />

Aferry.eu GmbH 5.1 128<br />

Africa Albida Tourism 20. 136<br />

Africa Horseback Safaris 20. 111<br />

Africa Safari Experts Ltd. 21.A 122<br />

Africa Travel Co / Wildlife Adventures 20. 120<br />

AFRICA TRAVEL TOURS 20. 136<br />

African Bush Camps 20. 131<br />

African Dreams 21.A 101a<br />

African Eagle 20. 138<br />

African Excursions 20. 131<br />

African Horizons 21.A 120<br />

African Hotels & Adventures<br />

and Three Cities Hotels Group 20. 138<br />

African Monarch Lodges 20. 114<br />

African Origin Travel & Sports Tourism 21.A 106<br />

African Profile Safaris 20. 114<br />

African Quest Safaris 21.A 120<br />

African Scenic Safaris 21.A 122<br />

African Sun 20. 136<br />

African Synergy 20. 119<br />

African Travel Concept 20. 138<br />

Afrimac, Senegal 8.1 113a<br />

AG “Barrierefreie Reiseziele in Deutschland” 12. 102<br />

AG Stadtführergilde im Verein Pro<br />

Fritzlar e.V. c/o Manfred Ochs 7.2C 101<br />

Hall 25.<br />

Stand 142<br />

AGA International S.A. Niederlassung für<br />

Deutschland (Allianz Global Assistance) 25. 142<br />

Agència de Desenvolupament<br />

del Berguedà 4.2 202<br />

Agència de Turismo<br />

de les Illes Balears (ATB) 4.2 101,101a<br />

Agència Valenciana del Turisme 4.2 101,101a<br />

Agentur für Tourismusentwicklung e.V. 2.1 104<br />

Agne Tours 3.2 201<br />

Agora Brasil Viagens 1.1 104a<br />

Agora Travel S.A. 2.2 117<br />

Agrotourism KG 2.1 117<br />

Ägypten, Botschaft der Arabischen<br />

Republik Ägypten 23.A 100<br />

AHGZ - Matthaes Verlag GmbH 11.1 214<br />

AHGZ & fvw Karrierewelt 11.1 214<br />

AHORN Berghotel Friedrichroda 11.2 103<br />

Ahrtal-Tourismus Bad<br />

Neuenahr-Ahrweiler e.V. 8.2 103a<br />

AIC Service und Call Center GmbH 25. 157<br />

AIDA Cruises 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Air Astana 26.C 300<br />

Air Austral 20. 132<br />

Air Baltic Corporation 18. 104<br />

Air <strong>Berlin</strong> PLC & Co. Luftverkehrs KG 25. 110<br />

Air Botswana 20. 131<br />

Air Canada 2.1 491<br />

Air Dolomiti S.p.A. 1.2 106<br />

Air Europa 25. 130<br />

Air Europa Líneas Aéreas S.A. 4.2 106<br />

Air France 25. 130<br />

Air Iceland<br />

18. 114, 114a<br />

Air India<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Air Juan Aviation, Inc. 26.A 101, 134<br />

Air Malta p.l.c. 1.2 222<br />

Air Mandalay Limited 26.B 201<br />

Air Namibia 20. 114<br />

Air Moldova 7.2B 104<br />

Air New Zealand 5.2A 114<br />

Air Nuigini 5.2A 106<br />

Air Seychelles 20. 130<br />

Air Tahiti Nui 5.2A 105<br />

Airconnects 25. 116<br />

airfair Flugservice GmbH 25. 129<br />

airline-direct.de 8.1 112<br />

Airport Weeze 8.2 102a<br />

Airports of Thailand Public<br />

Company Limited 26.B 219<br />

Airtrade Holland BV 25. 129<br />

Airwing Tours (Pvt) Ltd<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Aitken Spence Hotel<br />

Managements PVT LTD 5.2B 221<br />

Aitken Spence Travels 25. 131<br />

Aitken Spence Travels (Pvt) Ltd 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

AITO (Azadi Int. Tourism Org.) 7.2A 100<br />

a-ja Resort und Hotel GmbH 9. 213<br />

AJAX Hotel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Ajman Government,<br />

Tourism Development Department 22.B 203<br />

Ajura Pte. Ltd. 6.1 152<br />

Ak Sai Travel 2.1 114<br />

Akadem - Incoming Poland 15.1 100<br />

Akassia Swiss Resort (Club Calimera & Iti) 23.A 100<br />

Akay Travel Service 3.2 201<br />

Akbak Tuz Oteli 3.2 109<br />

Akdem Travel 3.2 201<br />

Akoya Hotel & Spa 20. 132<br />

Akti Beach Holiday Village<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Aktiv Tours Incoming Hungary 2.2 209<br />

Aktivhotel Santalucia am Gardasee 1.2 107<br />

AKTOB (Akdeniz Turistik Otelciler<br />

ve Isletmeciler Birligi) 3.2 201<br />

Akumal Beach Resort 1.1 101<br />

Akwaba Afrika 21.A 108a<br />

AKZENT Hotels e.V. 8.1 142<br />

Al Ain Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Awael Travel 23.B 200<br />

Al Burj Travel & Tours 22.B 210<br />

Al Bustan Palace Ritz Carlton 22.B 200<br />

Al Bustan Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Ghurair Arjaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Ghurair Rayhaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Gosaibi Travel 23.B 201<br />

Al Hamra Golf Club<br />

22.A 101, 101a<br />

Al Jazeera Media Network 9. 109<br />

Al Maha Arjaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Manshar Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Marjan Island LLC<br />

22.A 101, 101a<br />

Al Marwa Rayhan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Murooj Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Nahda Resort & Spa 22.B 200<br />

Al Rawda Arjaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Salam Rotana 9. 308<br />

Al Salouma Travel 23.A 100<br />

Al Shaab Village 22.A 104<br />

Al Thuraya Travel & Tours (T3 Group) - DMC 23.B 202<br />

AL Travel Company 2.1 124<br />

Alabama Tourism Department 2.1 345<br />

Aladdin Beach Resort 23.A 111<br />

Alaiye Resort & Spa Hotel 3.2 201<br />

Alamo Rent a Car<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Alamo Rent A Car 9. 107<br />

Alamos Travel Service 1.1 101<br />

Alanya (Alanya Turizm Tanitma Vakfi) 3.2 201<br />

Alanya Touristik Hoteliers Association 3.2 137<br />

Alaska Heritage Tours 2.1 302<br />

Alaska Holiday 2.1 302<br />

Alaska Railroad 2.1 302<br />

Alaska Travel Connections 2.1 302<br />

Alaska, State of - c/o Alaska<br />

Travel Industry Association 2.1 302<br />

Albania Experience 1.2 214<br />

Albania Holidays DMC 1.2 214<br />

Albanian National Tourism Agency 1.2 214<br />

Albanian Trip 1.2 214<br />

Albatravel Firenze 1.2 113<br />

Albatravel Group 9. 206<br />

Albatross Europa 18. 123, 125<br />

Albena AG 15.1 101<br />

Albena Tour PLC 15.1 101<br />

Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg 9. 115<br />

Albtours D 1.2 214<br />

Alcon Victor Group<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Alcudia Pins 4.2 103<br />

Alcúdia, Consorcio de Promoción Exterior 4.2 102<br />

Aldeia dos Capuchos Hotel, Golf & SPA 2.2 208a<br />

Aldemar Resorts 2.2 101<br />

Aleenta Resorts & Spa 26.B 221<br />

Alentejo Promotion Office 2.2 208a<br />

Aletsch Arena AG<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

Alexander Tour 15.1 101<br />

Alexander von Humboldt - Das Schiff 6.2A 101<br />

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Alexandra Hotel 1.2 222<br />

Algarve Tourism Bureau 2.2 208c<br />

Algeria, National Tourism Board<br />

National Tourism Office 21.B 215<br />

Ali Baba Palace 23.A 111<br />

Alila Hotels & Resorts 26.A 122, 123<br />

Alila Jabal Akhdar 22.B 200<br />

Alilaguna Spa 1.2 226<br />

Alimentarium - Museum der Ernährung 17. 101,101a-c<br />

Alitalia 25. 110, 130<br />

Alizée Resort Management /<br />

Casuarina Resorts & Spa /<br />

Le Cardinal Exclusive Resort 20. 129<br />

All About Africa Tours & Travels 20. 134<br />

All Alaska Tours 2.1 223<br />

All Asia Exclusive 26.B 201<br />

All Europe Incoming -<br />

Tour East Tour Hungary 2.2 209<br />

All Mexico Destinations 1.1 101<br />

All Pacific Travel Concept APTC 5.2A 103<br />

All Terra Ecoturismo en Argentina 1.1 208<br />

All Ways Travel 1.1 102<br />

ALL-Around Louvre-Lens<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Alleo GmbH<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Allgäu Airport GmbH & Co. KG 6.2B 301<br />

Allgäu GmbH 6.2B 308<br />

Allgemeiner Deutscher<br />

Fahrrad-Club e.V. (ADFC) 12. 102<br />

Alliance Abroad Group 4.1 102<br />

Alliance for Downtown New York 2.1 405<br />

AlliedTPro 2.1 527<br />

allrounder mountain resort GmbH & Co. KG 8.2 103c<br />

Allsun H. Eden Playa 4.2 103<br />

allsun Hotels 4.2 207<br />

Almanity Hoi An 26.C 311<br />

Almeria Tourist Board<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Aloboo Safaris 21.A 120<br />

Aloes Travel Tours 20. 103<br />

Aloft Cancun 1.1 101<br />

Aloft Hotels 9. 315<br />

Alpenregion Tegernsee Schliersee KU 6.2B 315, 316<br />

alpetour Touristische GmbH 4.1 118<br />

Alpha Adventures 21.A 119<br />

Alpha Tours L.L.C. 22.A 103<br />

Alpha Travel 25. 131<br />

Alpha Travel 21.A 124<br />

Alphonse Island 20. 130<br />

Alpin Rentals GmbH 17. 103<br />

alpincenter Bottrop 8.1 119<br />

Alpine Sterling DMC Malta 1.2 222<br />

AlpNet - Verein zur Förderung<br />

des Alpentourismus 5.3 114<br />

Altai Region, Department of Tourism,<br />

Health Resorts, Interregional<br />

and International Relations 2.1 120<br />

Altanueva 1.1 101<br />

Alte Schule Jugendreisen Bildung<br />

und Arbeit e.V. 4.1 103<br />

Alter Kreisbahnhof 9. 110<br />

Althoff Hotel Collection/ Ameron<br />

Hotel Collection 8.2 103a<br />

ALTIS BLUE & GREEN 2.2 208a<br />

Altitude Adventures 1.1 206<br />

Alto Atacama Desert Lodge and Spa 1.1 201<br />

Alva Donna Hotels 3.2 201<br />

AM Lodge - AM Villa - AM Spa AM<br />

Milner Gwuest House 20. 138<br />

Amadeus Germany GmbH 5.1 125b<br />

Amadeus Travel Agency<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Amadeus Travel Lufthansa City Center 7.2B 104<br />

Amakhala Game Reserve 20. 138<br />

Amalinda Collection 20. 136<br />

Amani Tiwi Beach Resort 21.A 120<br />

Amara Singapore 26.A 133<br />

Amara World Hotels 3.2 141<br />

Amari Havodda Maldives<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Amatara Resort & Wellness Phuket 9. 120<br />

Amathus Beach Hotel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Amaya Leisure PLC<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Amazilia Travel<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Amazing Asia Travels & Tours Pvt Ltd. 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Amazing Italy 1.2 104<br />

Amazon River Expeditions 1.1 102<br />

Ambassador Group 7.2B 102a-b<br />

AMBER HOTEL Chemnitz Park 14.1 112<br />

AMBER HOTEL Hilden/Düsseldorf 14.1 112<br />

AMBER HOTEL Leonberg/Stuttgart 14.1 112<br />

AMBER HOTELS 14.1 112<br />

AMBER RESIDENZ Bavaria 14.1 112<br />

Amelia Hotels 3.2 201<br />

Amelia Island CVB 2.1 315<br />

Amendoeira Golf Resort 2.2 208c<br />

America 4 You L.L.C. 2.1 435<br />

Americabound Tours, Inc 2.1 435<br />

American Airlines 2.1 425<br />

American Hotel & Lodging<br />

Educational Institute 2.1 490<br />

American Indian Alaska<br />

Native Tourism Association 2.1 465<br />

American Receptive Tours 1.1 203<br />

American Ring Travel, Inc. 2.1 545<br />

AmericanTours International (ATI) 2.1 553<br />

Ameropa-Reisen GmbH 13. 100<br />

Amhsa Marina Hotels & Resorts 3.1 131<br />

Amiel Tours 23.B 203<br />

Amigo Group: Tours & Hotels 1.1 101<br />

Amilla Fushi 9. 120<br />

Amin Kawar & Sons Travel & Tourism 23.B 202<br />

Amorita Resorts 26.A 101, 134<br />

Amparus Tour 2.1 120<br />

Amrâth Hotels 10.2 102<br />

Amref Flying Doctors 21.A 120<br />

AMResorts 3.1 133<br />

Amritara Private Hideaways<br />

(unit of Anantara Hotels & Resorts) 5.2B 225<br />

Amsterdam Canal Cruises 10.2 102<br />

Amsterdam City Tours 10.2 102<br />

Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort 3.1 134<br />

Amsterdam Museum 10.2 102<br />

AMTRAK Passenger Rail 2.1 350<br />

Amtrak Vacations 2.1 350<br />

Amwaj Hotels & Resorts & Nile Cruise 23.A 100<br />

Amwaj Rotana - Jumeirah Beach Residence 9. 308<br />

An African Anthology 20. 134<br />

ANA All Nippon Airways 26.A 129<br />

Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa 22.A 103<br />

Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spa UAE 22.B 210<br />

ANANTARA Hotels, Resorts & Spas 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Anantara Jabel Akhder 22.B 200<br />

Anantya Resort 5.2B 256<br />

Andalucía - E.P.G. del Turismo y<br />

del Deporte de Andalucía, S.A. 4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Andaman Cannacia Resort/<br />

Peach Hill Resort/ Peach 26.B 221<br />

Andaman White Beach Resort, Phuket 26.B 221<br />

andBeyond 20. 112<br />

Andean Adventures Peru 1.1 102<br />

Andean Travel Company 1.1 110<br />

Andeks LTD. Conference & Incentive 1.2 222<br />

andel´s by Vienna House Cracow 9. 313<br />

andel’s by Vienna House <strong>Berlin</strong> 9. 313<br />

andel’s by Vienna House Lodz 9. 313<br />

andel’s by Vienna House Prague 9. 313<br />

Andersen Hotel & Absalon Hotel<br />

Copenhagen 18. 128a<br />

Andes Nativa 1.1 201<br />

Andhra Pradesh Tourism 5.2B 249<br />

Andino Tours 1.1 203<br />

Andre Tours DMC Portugal 2.2 208c<br />

Andrew the Travel Company (Pvt.) Ltd. 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Anek Lines 2.2 101<br />

Aneka Kartika Tours & Travel 26.A 122, 123<br />

angelo by Vienna House Bucharest 9. 313<br />

angelo by Vienna House Ekaterinburg 9. 313<br />

angelo by Vienna House Katowice 9. 313<br />

angelo by Vienna House Munich<br />

Leuchtenbergring 9. 313<br />

angelo by Vienna House Munich Westpark 9. 313<br />

angelo by Vienna House Pilsen 9. 313<br />

angelo by Vienna House Prague 9. 313<br />

Angiri Resorts Management<br />

and Operations Pvt Ltd.<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Angiri Resorts Management and Operations<br />

Pvt Ltd. (Angaga Island Resort & Spa) 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Angkor Destination Travel 26.B 225<br />

Angkor Village Hotel and Resort 26.A 110<br />

Angsana Balaclava 20. 129<br />

Angsana Laguna Phuket 26.B 210-212<br />

Anilana Hotels & Properties PLC 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

ANIMOD GmbH 10.1 104<br />

Ankara (Ankara Valiligi Il<br />

Kültür ve Trizm Müdütüglü) 3.2 201<br />

Annset Holidays, Inc. 26.A 101, 134<br />

Anse Chastanet 3.1 122<br />

Antalya Convention Bureau 3.2 201<br />

Antalya Kongre Büro (Antalya Tanitim Vakfi) 3.2 201<br />

Antalya Promotion Foundation<br />

(Antalya Tanitim Vakfi) 3.2 201<br />

Antalya the Destination (Antalya Tanitim<br />

ve Turizm Gelistirme Ticaret A.S.) 3.2 201<br />

Antalya Seminar 8.1 101<br />

Antar Anda Tour 26.A 122, 123<br />

Antarctica XXI 1.1 201<br />

Antarpply 1.1 208<br />

Antelope Safaris 21.A 122<br />

Anthurium Tourisme Océan Indien 20. 132<br />

Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority 3.1 143<br />

Antik Otel 3.2 109<br />

Antwerp City Brewery 10.2 103<br />

ANZ Nature Tours Ltd. 5.2A 114<br />

AOT Inbound 5.2A 114<br />

aovo Touristik AG 25. 173<br />

Apa Publications (UK) Limited 6.1 106<br />

Apartments Lake Garda 9. 110<br />

Apartments Petrcane 9. 110<br />

Apassionata Park München 6.2B 301<br />

APG INC 25. 157<br />

Aphrodite Hills Resort<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Apite Euskadi 4.2 114<br />

APLEND Apartments & Resorts 7.2B 103<br />

Apollo Hotels & Resorts 10.2 102<br />

Apollo Tourist Service Ltd 15.1 101<br />

Apollonia Beach - Sitia Beach -<br />

Santa Marina Beach 2.2 101<br />

Appartementhaus Regina 9. 110<br />

Apsara Beachfront Resort and Villa 26.B 209<br />

Apsara Tours 26.B 225<br />

APSTAR TOURS 21.A 106<br />

Apstar Tours Ltd. 21.A 108a<br />

APT Travel Service Co. Ltd. 26.B 230<br />

APTC 5.2A 114<br />

Aqaba Tourism Authority 23.B 202<br />

Aqua Hotel 4.2 202<br />

Aqua Vista Hotels 2.2 105<br />

Aqualodge 4.1 212<br />

Aqualux Hotel Spa & Suite 1.2 226<br />

Aquapalace Resort Prague 7.2B 102a-b<br />

Aquaworld Resort Budapest 2.2 209<br />

Aquila Hotels & Resorts 2.2 101<br />

AR Tour - Incoming Touroperator 7.2B 102a-b<br />

Ara Tours 3.1 238<br />

Arabian Adventures 22.A 100, 103<br />

Arabian Experience 22.B 200<br />

Arabian Explorers 22.A 103<br />

Arabian Explorers Oman 25. 180<br />

Arabian Explorers VAE 25. 180<br />

Arabica Orient Tours 22.B 200<br />

Aranui Cruises 5.2A 105<br />

Araucanía 1.1 201<br />

Arawi Peru Expediciones 1.1 102<br />

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutsche Donau 6.2B 312, 313<br />

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Lateinamerika e.V. 1.1 204<br />

ARBERLAND REGio GmbH 6.2B 309-311<br />

Arcadia Hotels + More Managmenet GmbH 8.1 101<br />

Arcadia Tours & Transfers 20. 121<br />

Arcanus Side Resort 3.2 201<br />

Arche-Hof Region Taunus 7.2C 101<br />

arcona HOTELS & RESORTS 14.1 104<br />

ARCOTEL Hotels 10.1 102<br />

Arctic Adventure ApS 18. 128a<br />

Arctic Adventures 18. 128c<br />

Arctic Camp International 4.1 114<br />

Arcus Tours Armenia 15.1 104<br />

Área Turisme de Mont-Roig<br />

del Camp Miami Platja 4.2 202<br />

Arena di Verona Opera 1.2 226<br />

ARENARIA GmbH 16. 105<br />

Arenaturist Pula & Medulin 1.2 216<br />

ARGENET TRAVEL 1.1 208<br />

Argentina, Instituto National<br />

de Promoción Turistica 1.1 208<br />

Argentina, Instituto National<br />

de Promoción Turistica 3.1 202<br />

Argo Travel Group 2.2 101<br />

ARH Inc. 2.2 209<br />

Arjaan by Rotana Dubai Media City 9. 308<br />

Arlberg Marketing GmbH 17. 103<br />

Arlymear Travel Co. Ltd. 26.B 221<br />

Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel 22.B 210<br />

Armenia / Princess Maneh Tours 15.1 104<br />

Armenia and Caucasus Tourism<br />

development agency 2.1 104<br />

Armenia Geographic Travel Club LLC 15.1 104<br />

Armenia Holidays 15.1 104<br />

Armenia Travel 15.1 104<br />

Armenia, Development Foundation 15.1 104<br />

Arminius Studienreisen 15.1 104<br />

Armintour CJSC 15.1 104<br />

Armotours Tour Operator<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Arne Madro EDV-Organisation GmbH 8.1 136<br />

Aronda Adriana Travel d.o.o. 1.2 216<br />

A-ROSA Flussschiff GmbH 6.2A 102, 104<br />

A-Rosa Resort und Hotel GmbH 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Around Africa Safaris 21.A 119<br />

Around the Himalayas Pvt. Ltd. 5.2A 110<br />

Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck 16. 100<br />

Arp-Hansen Hotel Group 18. 128a<br />

Arrigo Oswald Ltd Incoming DMC 1.2 222<br />

Art & Design Museen Basel 16. 104<br />

ART CITIES REISEN 16. 101<br />

Art in Düsseldorf 8.2 103b<br />

ART Rotana 9. 308<br />

Arte de Obra - Haria Society 4.1 247<br />

ARTE’FFICIO<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Artisan D’Angkor 26.B 225<br />

ARTOTEL Sanur-Bali 26.A 122, 123<br />

Aruba Blue Village 3.1 134<br />

Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino 3.1 134<br />

Aruba Tourism Authority 3.1 134<br />

Aruga by Rockwell 26.A 101, 134<br />

Arumeru River Lodge 21.A 122<br />

Arunachal Pradesh Dept. of Toursim 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

As Saraya Travel & Tourism 22.B 200<br />

ASB Travel Solutions 18. 123, 125<br />

Asco Car Hire 20. 114<br />

Asconi 7.2B 104<br />

Ashtar Tours International 23.B 202<br />

Asia Aventura 26.C 320<br />

Asia Beach Resort 3.2 201<br />

Asia Central Link Travels Ltd. 26.B 230<br />

Asia Experience Tours 26.A 121<br />

Asia Eyes Travel 26.C 311<br />

ASIA INTERNATIONAL LINK 26.B 201<br />

Asia Leisure (Pvt) Ltd<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Asia Pacific Travel 26.C 311<br />

Asia Reps 26.A 110<br />

ASIA TRAVEL & LEISURE 26.C 311<br />

Asia Travel andTours<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Asialink Holidays 26.A 122, 123<br />

Asian Adventures Travel<br />

Managemnet Company<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Asian Gateways Treks-Tours-Holidays 5.2A 115<br />

Asian Overland Services Tours & Travel 26.A 121<br />

Asian Trails (M) Sdn. Bhd. 26.B 207<br />

Asian Trails China 26.B 207<br />

Asian Trails Co., Ltd. 26.B 207<br />

Asian Trails Laos (AT Lao Co., Ltd.) 26.B 207<br />

Asian Trails Ltd. 26.B 207<br />

Asian Trails Tour Ltd. 26.B 207<br />

Asiana Airlines 26.A 135<br />

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Asilia Africa 21.A 122<br />

Asisi GmbH 16. 100<br />

asisi Panorama DIE MAUER 12. 101<br />

ASKA Hotels 3.2 201<br />

Aspen Skiing Company 2.1 330<br />

Aspera Explorations 2.1 120<br />

Hall 25. Stand 139<br />

asr Allianz selbständiger Reiseunternehmen<br />

- Bundesverband e.V. 25. 139<br />

ASSD Ho(s)telsoftware 10.1 109<br />

Associació Costa Daurada Destinació<br />

de Golf i Pitch & Putt 4.2 202<br />

Associació d’Apartaments Turístics<br />

de la Costa Daurada 4.2 202<br />

Associació de Cámpings de Tarragona 4.2 202<br />

Associació Hotelera Salou- Cambrils-<br />

La Pineda 4.2 202<br />

Associated Tours Ltd. 26.A 107<br />

Association des Hotels de Charme 20. 129<br />

Association of Cyprus Tourist<br />

Enterprises (ACTE)<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Association of Cyprus Travel Agents 2.2 111, 111a<br />

Associazione “ Strada del radicchio” 1.2 226<br />

Associazione Strada del Sagrantino 1.2 114<br />

Associció Priorat Enoturisme 4.2 202<br />

ASTA - American Society of Travel Agents 2.1 490<br />

Astral Holidays International 15.1 101<br />

Astrida Travel 18. 126d<br />

Asur Mexico’s Leading Airports 1.1 101<br />

Asyanut Safaris & Incentives 21.A 119<br />

At The Top, Burj Khalifa 22.A 103<br />

Atacama-Wüste- Region Antofagasta 1.1 201<br />

Atahotels S.p.A. 1.2 232<br />

ATC Southern Africa 25. 131<br />

ATCORE 5.1 126<br />

ATG Africa Travel Group 20. 121<br />

ATG Alster-Touristik GmbH 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Athens - Attica & Argosaronic<br />

Hotel Association 2.2 101<br />

Athreya Ayurvedic Resort 5.2B 223<br />

ATHS - DMC 1.2 214<br />

ATI Travel 26.A 107<br />

atib (Alternatif Turizm Etkinlikleri<br />

ve Isletmeri Birligi) 3.2 201<br />

Atlanta CVB 2.1 345<br />

Atlantica Hotels & Resorts<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Atlantis, Paradise Island 3.1 141<br />

Atlas Outdoor SARL 21.B 208<br />

Atlas Voyages 21.B 208<br />

Atlas Voyages DMC (Morocco) -<br />

Brand of Atlas Voyages Group 21.B 211<br />

Atlasglobal 3.2 201<br />

atmosfair gGmbH 4.1 240<br />

ATO (Ankara Ticaret Odasi) 3.2 201<br />

A-Tour, Tourist Company 2.1 120<br />

Atout France - Französische<br />

Zentrale für Tourismus<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Atrium Hotels Luxury Resorts<br />

Collection-Rhodes-Greece 2.2 101<br />

Atropatena Travel Company 2.1 124<br />

ATS Pacific 5.2A 103<br />

ATS Pacific Australia 5.2A 114<br />

Attika Reisen 2.2 101<br />

Attitude Hospitality Management LTD 20. 129<br />

Attractive Travel 1.2 214<br />

ATV - Azienda Trasporti Verona 1.2 226<br />

Au Parc Hotel<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

AUDI AG 6.2B 312, 313<br />

Audioversum 5.3 114<br />

Augustine Tours 25. 139<br />

Aura Tour 3.2 201<br />

Auris Hotels Management 22.A 103<br />

Auris Plaza Hotel 22.A 103<br />

Aurora Hospitality Management 23.A 100<br />

Aurora Lapland Travel Ltd. & Our Lapland<br />

- Our Saamiland 18. 128b<br />

Aurum Hotels 3.2 201<br />

Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau 2.1 425<br />

Australia One 5.2A 114<br />

Australia Tourism 5.2A 114<br />

Australian Transit Group 5.2A 114<br />

Australis 1.1 201<br />

Austria Trend Hotels 17. 103<br />

Authentic Borneo Tours 26.A 121<br />

Authentic Madagascar Tours 20. 103<br />

Authentic Tanzania Safaris 21.A 122<br />

Autobus Oberbayern GmbH 6.2B 315, 316<br />

AUTOCANDIA - Rent a Car Greece 2.2 116<br />

Autograph Collection 9. 302<br />

Hall 6.2A<br />

Stand 103a<br />

Autostadt GmbH 6.2A 103a<br />

Availpro 6.1 140<br />

Avalon Hotel 18. 126a<br />

AVANI Atrium Bangkok Hotel 26.B 221<br />

AVANI Seychelles 20. 130<br />

Avatar India Holidays LLP<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Avatar Tour Ltd. 15.1 101<br />

avenTOURa GmbH 3.1 225<br />

Aventuras Tierra Verde<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

AVI Travel 1.2 119<br />

Aviatur S.A.<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Avila Beach Hotel 3.1 135<br />

Avis Budget Autovermietung<br />

GmbH & Co. KG<br />

9. 101a, 101b<br />

AVRA Travel 6.1 103<br />

AVS GmbH 6.2B 307<br />

AVS GmbH 11.2 103<br />

AWA Hotel Resort 1.1 114<br />

awotel Burhave 9. 110<br />

Axios Vacations 3.1 131<br />

Axis & Globe Travel Ltd. 18. 123, 125<br />

Ayada Maldives<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Ayan Travels & Tours 5.2A 115<br />

Ayara Hilltops Boutique Resort & Spa, 26.B 210-212<br />

Ayarwaddy Legend Travels & Tours 26.B 201<br />

Aydinbey Group Hotels 3.2 201<br />

Ayia Napa-Protaras RegionTourism Board 2.2 111, 111a<br />

AYII Anargyri Hotel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

AYVALIK Tourism Union 3.2 201<br />

Az Terra Travel Company 2.1 124<br />

Azamara Club Cruises 25. 125<br />

Azerbaijan Ministry of Culture & Tourism 2.1 124<br />

Azeta Viaggi 1.1 208<br />

Azia Beach Hotel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Azimut Management Europe GmbH 8.1 117<br />

Aznur Travel The travel Agency 2.1 119<br />

Azoren Archipel Reiseservice GmbH 2.2 207<br />

Azores Promotion Board 2.2 208d<br />

Azur Hotels & Resorts 23.A 109<br />

Azura Hotels 3.2 201<br />

Azura Retreats 21.A 122<br />

Azzi Holidays 23.B 200<br />

B<br />

B & B Nimes<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

B+S Card Service GmbH 10.1 117<br />

B4ITALY 1.2 110<br />

Bab Al Qasr 22.B 210<br />

Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa<br />

(Meydan Hotels) 22.A 103<br />

Babylon Hotels & Recreation Ltd. 9. 215<br />

Bach-Archiv Leipzig 11.2 102<br />

Bad Wörishofen 6.2B 301<br />

Baden-Airpark GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

Baden-Baden Kur & Tourismus GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

Baden-Württemberg, Tourismus<br />

Marketing GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

badgepoint GmbH 24. 102<br />

BagApp 6.1 160c<br />

Bagus Discovery 26.A 122, 123<br />

Bahamas Tourist Office 3.1 141<br />

Bahía Príncipe Hotels & Resorts 3.1 130<br />

Bahrain, Ministry of Industry,<br />

Commerce and Tourism 23.B 201<br />

Baikal Mystery Travel Company 2.1 120<br />

Baku City Circuit 2.1 124<br />

Balbaa Group B & G Hotel and Resort 23.A 106<br />

Baleon Group 2.2 101<br />

Bali Hai Cruises 26.A 122, 123<br />

Bali Mandira Beach Resort & Spa 26.A 122, 123<br />

Balkan Holidays 15.1 101<br />

Baltic Saitas Reiseveranstalter 18. 126d<br />

Baltic Travel Group 18. 126a<br />

BALTIC TRAVEL SERVICES 18. 126a<br />

balticvision Riga 18. 109<br />

Baltikumreisen OÜ (GmbH) 25. 139<br />

Baltimore/Washington International<br />

Airport (BWI) 2.1 221<br />

Baltma Tours 2.1 121<br />

Bamba Experience 4.1 102<br />

Ban Tours 1.2 216<br />

Banco de Reservas 3.1 131<br />

Banco Popular Dominicano<br />

S.A. Banco Múltiple 3.1 131<br />

Bandara Hotels & Resorts 26.B 221<br />

Bandos Maldives<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Banff Lake Louise Tourism 2.1 491<br />

Hall 26.B<br />

Stand 231<br />

Bangkok Airways PCL 26.B 231<br />

Bangkok Hospital 26.B 214<br />

Bangkok Metropolitan Administration 26.B 233<br />

Bangkok Palace Hotel & Cholchan<br />

Pattaya Resort 26.B 221<br />

Bangladesh Tourism Board 5.2A 100<br />

Banthai Beach Resort & Spa 26.B 210-212<br />

Banubanu 5.2A 114<br />

Banyan Tree Bangkok 26.B 221<br />

Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts 20. 130<br />

Banyan Tree Phuket 26.B 210-212<br />

Banyan Tree Ras Al Khaimah Resorts 22.A 101, 101a<br />

Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. 3.1 140<br />

Barbara Cruising Croatia 1.2 204<br />

Barberyn Ayurvedic Beach Resort (Pvt.) Ltd. 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Barcelo Hotels & Resorts 4.2 101,101a<br />

BARCELÓ HOTELS & RESORTS 3.1 131<br />

Barcelona Province Council -<br />

Barcelona Province Tourist Board 4.2 202<br />

Barel Travel 3.2 201<br />

Baron Hotels and Resorts Egypt 23.A 100<br />

Baron Travel Corporation 26.A 101, 134<br />

Barrierefreier Tourismus <strong>Berlin</strong> 12. 101<br />

Barut Hotels 3.2 201<br />

Base 7 Booking 9. 317<br />

Basel Tourismus<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

Basilica Travel 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Baskenland - Baskisches<br />

Fremdenverkehrsamt - Basquetour S.A 4.2 114<br />

Bassac Trans Mékong 26.C 331<br />

Bassin d’Arcachon Office de Tourisme 2.2 201, 201a<br />

BATAB (Bati Antalya Turizm Koruma ve<br />

gelisim Bölgesi Altyapi Hizmet Birligi) 3.2 201<br />

Batam View Beach Resort 26.A 122, 123<br />

Batanes Wakay Travel & Tours, Inc. 26.A 101, 134<br />

Batavia Stad Amsterdam Fashion Outlet 10.2 102<br />

Bateaux Parisiens<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Bathala Island Resort<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Batman (Batman Valiligi il Kültür<br />

ve Turizm Müdürlügü) 3.2 201<br />

BATOKA SAFARIS 20. 136<br />

Baum & Zeit-Baumkronenpfad<br />

Beelitz-Heilstätten 12. 101<br />

Bay Hotel Singapore 26.A 133<br />

Bay Watch Travel 1.2 123<br />

Bayer. Staatsbad Bad Kissingen GmbH 6.2B 301<br />

Bayerische Staatsoper 6.2B 301<br />

Bayerischer Heilbäder-Verband e.V. /<br />

Gesundes Bayern 6.2B 301<br />

Bayerischer Landessportverband -<br />

Haus BergSee 4.1 105<br />

Bayerischer Wald 6.2B 309-311<br />

Bayerisches Golf & Thermenland 6.2B 309-311<br />

Bayerisches Wirtshaus c/o Hofbräu <strong>Berlin</strong> 12. 101<br />

BAYERN TOURISMUS Marketing GmbH 6.2B 201<br />

Bayernnetz für Radler-Bayerisches<br />

Staatsministerium des Innern,<br />

für Bau und Verkehr 6.2B 301<br />

Bayernnetz für Radler-Bayerisches<br />

Staatsministerium der Finanzen,<br />

für Landesentwicklung und Heimat 6.2B 301<br />

BAYREUTH Marketing & Tourismus GmbH 6.2B 301<br />

bbw Hochschule 25. 139<br />

bd4travel GmbH 5.1 111<br />

Be Live Collection Palace de Muro 4.2 103<br />

Be Live Hotels 4.2 106<br />

Beach House Resort 3.1 147<br />

Beach Inspector GmbH 5.1 104<br />

Beach Rotana 9. 308<br />

Beachcomber Hotels 20. 125<br />

Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel 2.1 315<br />

Beachscape Kin Ha Hotels 1.1 101<br />

BECKERBILLETT GmbH 16. 103<br />

BeeInNet.com - Ferienhäuser/<br />

-Wohnungen GR 2.2 116<br />

Beethoven 2020 8.2 103a<br />

Beethoven-Haus Bonn 8.2 103a<br />

Begoha Tour and Travel 21.A 121<br />

Beijing Charmission Travel Service Ltd.<br />

Zhengzhou Branch 26.C 313<br />

Beijing City 26.C 316<br />

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Beijing Tourism Group 26.C 310<br />

BEK-TOUR The travel agency 2.1 119<br />

Belgian Tourist Office - Wallonia / Brussels 10.2 105<br />

Belgientourismus Wallonie-Brüssel 16. 100<br />

Belgium - visit.brussels 10.2 104<br />

Bellamer Ltd 18. 128b<br />

Belmondo Viaggi 1.2 103<br />

Belum Rainforest Resort 26.A 121<br />

Benchmark Hotels & Resorts 2.1 315<br />

Benecke’s Reisewelt 5.2A 114<br />

Benletoni Tours 2.2 101<br />

Bensaude Turismo 2.2 208a<br />

Bentour Türkei Reisen AG 25. 155<br />

Berati Tours Albania 1.2 214<br />

Berchtesgadener<br />

Land Tourismus GmbH 6.2B 315, 316<br />

Berge & Meer Touristik GmbH 25. 151<br />

Bergendal Eco & Cultural River Resort 3.1 123<br />

Bergverlag Rother GmbH 10.2 106<br />

Berjaya Resorts Seychelles 20. 130<br />

Berjaya Hotels & Resorts 26.A 121<br />

Berkane, Conseil Provincial du Tourisme<br />

(CPT Berkane), Tourismusrat der<br />

Provinz Berkane 21.B 208<br />

Hall 12.<br />

Stand 101<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Highlights GmbH 12. 101<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong> Stars 12. 101<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong>er AIDS-Hilfe e.V. 24. 103<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong>er Apotheker-Verein Apotheker-<br />

Verband <strong>Berlin</strong> (BAV) e.V. 24. 105<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong>er Bezirke c/o visit<strong>Berlin</strong> 12. 101<br />

<strong>Berlin</strong>er Morgenpost GmbH 14.1 101<br />

BERmark Reisemarketing GmbH 12. 101<br />

Bern Tourismus<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

Bernard Magrez Luxury Wine Experience 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Bernard Tours (Pvt.) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

BERO BERLIN Eurolimousine 18. 117<br />

Berufsakademie Breitenbrunn Staatliche<br />

Studienakademie Breitenbrunn 11.1 217<br />

BEST - RMG Reisen Management AG 25. 144<br />

Best Budget Bonn Hotels 8.2 103a<br />

Best Eurasian Hotels 2.1 120<br />

Best Hotels<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Best of Australia Group 5.2A 114<br />

Best of Scandinavia Incoming 18. 128e<br />

Best Time RV 2.1 490<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts 2.1 435<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Albania 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Armenia 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Australasia 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Australia 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Austria 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Belgium 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Brazil 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Bulgaria 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts China 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Croatia 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Cyprus 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels<br />

& Resorts Czech Republic 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Denmark 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Estonia 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Finland 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts France 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Great Britain 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Greece 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Hungary 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts India 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts International 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Ireland 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Italy Sales 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Korea 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Latvia 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Liechtenstein 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts<br />

Lithuania Baltic States and Poland 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Luxembourg 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Mexico 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Middle East 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Netherlands 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts New Zealand 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Norway 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Poland 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Portugal 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Romania 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Slovenia 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Spain 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Sweden 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Switzerland 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Thailand 9. 311<br />

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Turkey 9. 311<br />

BEST WESTERN Les Vignes Blanches*** 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Best Western Plus Antel Hotel 26.A 101, 134<br />

Best Western Plus Vega Hotel<br />

& Convention Center 2.1 121<br />

Best Western Premier Bangtao<br />

Beach & Spa 26.B 210-212<br />

Best Western Premier Hotel 22.A 103<br />

Besucherzentrum Arche Nebra 11.2 101<br />

BestSearch Media GmbH 6.1 122<br />

Besucherzentrum Arche Nebra 11.2 101<br />

Beta Hotel Izmailovo 2.1 121<br />

Betterspace GmbH i. Gr. 4.1 228a<br />

BETÜSAB <strong>Berlin</strong> Türk Seyahat<br />

Acentalar Birligi 3.2 201<br />

BETUYAB (Belek Yatirimcilar Birligi) 3.2 201<br />

Betuyab A.S.<br />

(Belek Tourism Investors Association) 3.2 119<br />

Bewotec GmbH 5.1 118<br />

Beyoglu Belediye Baskanligi 3.2 201<br />

Beyoglu Investors Group BIG 3.2 102<br />

Beyond Resort Khaolak 26.B 209<br />

BG Rei Del Mediterrani 4.2 103<br />

Bhara Tours 26.A 122, 123<br />

BHKV Hospitality GmbH 8.1 117<br />

BHM Media Solutions GmbH 6.1 104<br />

Bhutan - Happiness Kingdom Travels 26.C 307a<br />

BHUTAN BHUTAN TRAVEL 26.C 305<br />

BHUTAN BOKAR TOURS 26.C 305<br />

BHUTAN DEW DROP 26.C 305<br />

Bhutan Footprints Travel and Adventures 26.C 305<br />

BHUTAN FRIENDSHIP HOLIDAY 26.C 305<br />

BHUTAN HOLIDAY PLANNER 26.C 305<br />

Bhutan Norter Adventure 26.C 305<br />

Bhutan Red Lion Travel 26.C 325<br />

Bhutan Tourism Corporation Ltd. (BTCL) 26.C 306a<br />

Bhutan White Umbrella Tours 26.C 336<br />

Bhutan Wilderness Travel 26.C 305<br />

Bhutan Wind Horse Tours,<br />

Treks and Expeditions 26.C 306b<br />

Bhutan, Tourism Council 26.C 305<br />

Bi Village- Feriendorf 1.2 216<br />

Bibione Live - Consorzio Di Promozione 1.2 226<br />

BIC TOURS LTD 21.A 119<br />

Bidvest Car Rental 20. 138<br />

Bielsko-Biala city 15.1 100<br />

Bielsko-Biala District Office 15.1 100<br />

Bierstadt Radeberg<br />

c/o HOGASPORT GmbH 11.2 102<br />

Big Bus Tours 18. 123, 125<br />

Big Bus Tours 2.1 519<br />

Big Game Parks 20. 113<br />

Bigfoot Tours 20. 131<br />

Bilbao Turismo & Convention Bureau 4.2 114<br />

Bilek Hotel 3.2 201<br />

Biletbank - Egge Information Technology 25. 135<br />

billigflug.de 8.1 112<br />

BillPay GmbH 6.1 162<br />

Bin Majid Hotels & Resorts<br />

22.A 101, 101a<br />

Bingen, Tourist-Information Abteilung:<br />

Touristinformation 7.2C 101<br />

Biosphärenreservat Mittelelbe 11.2 101<br />

BirdsChile 1.1 201<br />

Birstonas tourism information centre 18. 126b<br />

Bismarck-Mandan CVB 2.1 464<br />

BizTravel 10.1 121<br />

Black Ibex Expedtitions 26.C 309<br />

Blau Mari Travel Services Spain 4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Blaues Band e.V. c/o FörderService GmbH 11.2 101<br />

Blaxy Premium Resort & Hotel S.A. 4.2 204<br />

Blenheim Palace 18. 123, 125<br />

Blessed Land Tours Ltd 23.B 203<br />

Blizina d.o.o (Hotel Sveti Kriz) 1.2 204<br />

Blood Lions 4.1 242<br />

Blu Hotels Spa 1.2 220<br />

Blue Air 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Blue Bay Golf & Beach Resort 3.1 135<br />

Blue Horizon Pvt Ltd 4.1 222<br />

Blue Horizons Travel & Tours 26.A 101, 134<br />

Blue Lagoon Cruises, Awesome<br />

Adventures Fiji and South Sea Cruises 5.2A 103<br />

Blue Lagoon Group 2.2 106<br />

Blue Man Group Chicago 2.1 470<br />

Blue Man Productions 2.1 519<br />

Blue Margouillat Seaview Hotel 20. 132<br />

Blue Men Group Chicago 2.1 375<br />

Blue Moon Tours 23.A 100<br />

Blue Poppy Tours & Treks 26.C 307b<br />

Blue Travel 25. 131<br />

Blue Waters, Hermitage Bay & Sugar Ride 3.1 143<br />

Bluebay Beach Resort & Spa 21.A 122<br />

Bluebay Hotels & Resorts 1.1 101<br />

Bluebay Hotels Zanzibar 21.A 122<br />

Bluebird Travel 1.2 213<br />

Bluecrane Safaris 20. 114<br />

bluegr Mamidakis Hotels 2.2 101<br />

Blumenfisch am Großen Wannsee 12. 101<br />

BMP Holding/ Russian Vacation 2.1 121<br />

Bo Phut Resort & Spa 26.B 217<br />

BOAT BIKE TOURS - Reisen mit Rad & Schiff 10.2 102<br />

Bochum Marketing GmbH 8.2 101a<br />

Bochumer Veranstaltungs-GmbH /<br />

Jahrhunderthalle Bochum 8.2 101a<br />

Bodegas Miguel Torres 4.2 202<br />

Bodenmais Tourismus & Marketing GmbH 6.2B 301<br />

Bodensee-Königssee-Radweg<br />

c/o Alpin Consult 6.2B 301<br />

Bodrum, Fethiye, Marmaris Tourism Council 3.2 113<br />

Body Worlds: The Happiness Project 10.2 102<br />

Bodyguard GmbH & Co. KG 8.2 103a<br />

Bohemia Suites & Spa 2.2 110<br />

Boiana-MG 15.1 101<br />

Bolivia Millenaria Incoming Tour<br />

Operator DMC 1.1 206<br />

Boliviana de Aviación 1.1 206<br />

Bolivien, Ministerium für Kultur<br />

und Tourismus 1.1 206<br />

Bologna Welcome 1.2 104<br />

Bom Sucesso Resort 2.2 206<br />

Bomas of Kenya 21.A 120<br />

Bonaire, Tourism Corporation Bonaire 3.1 121<br />

Bonner Personen Schiffahrt eG 8.2 103b<br />

Bonotel Exclusive Travel 2.1 460<br />

Bontour Incoming 18. 124<br />

Bookassist 8.1 108<br />

Booking.com 9. 202<br />

BookLogic 8.1 138<br />

Boomerang Reisen GmbH 20. 119<br />

Boomerang Reisen GmbH 5.2A 101<br />

Boracay Regency Beach Resort & Spa 26.A 101, 134<br />

Bordeaux River Cruise<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Bordeaux Tourism & Conventions 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Bordeauxautrement.com<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Borgo Monticelli 1.2 114<br />

Borneo Eco Tours 26.A 121<br />

Borneo Nature Tours 26.A 121<br />

Boston Hotel Hamburg 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Botany Beach Resort 26.B 218<br />

Botswana Tourism Organisation 20. 131<br />

Bougainville Experience Tours 5.2A 106<br />

Bougainvillea Group of Lodges 21.A 122<br />

Boutique Hotel i31 12. 101<br />

BOYABAT Beyoglu Belediye Baskanligi 3.2 201<br />

BOYTAV Bodrum Peninsula<br />

Promotion Foundation<br />

(Bodrum Yarimadasi Tanitma Vakfi) 3.2 201<br />

Bradenton Area CVB 2.1 315<br />

Brambuk - National Park<br />

& Cultural Centre 5.2A 114<br />

Brand USA Pavilion 2.1 480<br />

Brandenburg, TMB Tourismus-<br />

Marketing Brandenburg GmbH 12. 101<br />

Brandenburgische Gesellschaft für Kultur<br />

und Geschichte gGmbH -<br />

Kulturland Brandenburg 12. 101<br />

Brandenburgischer Kurorteund<br />

Bäderverband e.V. 12. 101<br />

Bratislava Region Tourism 7.2B 103<br />

Bratislava Tourist Board 7.2B 103<br />

Brauerei Lemke 12. 101<br />

Braunschweig Stadtmarketing GmbH 16. 104<br />

Braunschweiger Lichtparcours 2016 16. 100<br />

Brayka Resorts- Marsa Alam 23.A 100<br />

Brazilian Tourist Board - Embratur 1.1 211<br />

Brazilian Tourist Board - Embratur 3.1 109a<br />

Bremen + Bremerhaven 6.2A 101<br />

Bremer Ratskeller, Weinhandel & Versand,<br />

Großmarkt Bremen GmbH 6.2A 101<br />

Brickell Bay Beach Club Aruba 3.1 134<br />

Bridge Travel 23.B 202<br />

Bright Sky Travel 23.A 113<br />

British Airways / Comair Ltd. 20. 138<br />

British Airways PLC / Iberia 1.1 204<br />

British Virgin Islands Tourist Board 3.1 139<br />

Brøchner Hotels A/S 18. 128a<br />

Broich Premium Catering GmbH 8.2 103a<br />

Brot für die Welt - Tourism Watch 4.1 217, 218<br />

Brühl-Tourismus 8.2 103f<br />

Brussels Airlines 10.2 103<br />

Bryce Canyon Country 2.1 322<br />

BT Travel 7.2B 104<br />

BTG International Travel & Tours 26.C 310<br />

BTI Tour 3.2 201<br />

BTP Bauer Touristik 1.1 209<br />

Buchbinder Rent-a-Car 14.1 103a<br />

Buchwerbung der Neuen 10.2 106<br />

Bucintoro Viaggi 1.2 226<br />

Bucuti Beach Resort & Tara Beach<br />

Suites Aruba 3.1 134<br />

Budapest Airport 2.2 209<br />

Budapest Festival- und Tourismuszentrale 2.2 209<br />

Buddha Air 5.2A 110<br />

Buenos días México - DMC<br />

& Tour Operator Mexico 1.1 101<br />

Buffalo City - Eastern Cape 20. 138<br />

Buffalo Tours 26.C 319<br />

Buffelsdrift Game Lodge 20. 138<br />

Bulgarien - Ministerium für Tourismus 15.1 101<br />

Bumi Surabaya City Resort 26.A 122, 123<br />

Bundesamt für Naturschutz 24. 101<br />

Bundesfinanzdirektion Mitte 24. 101<br />

BundesForum Kinder- und Jugendreisen e.V. 4.1 110<br />

Bundeskunsthalle 8.2 103c<br />

Bundeskunsthalle 16. 100<br />

Bundesverband der Gästeführer<br />

in Deutschland e.V. 12. 102<br />

Bunga Raya Island Resort & Spa 26.A 121<br />

Buquebus 1.1 210<br />

Burasari Group (Burasari Resort) 26.B 221<br />

Burgenland Tourismus 17. 103<br />

Burghotel Bad Belzig 9. 110<br />

Burgu Arjaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

BurJuman Arjaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark 18. 122<br />

Bursa (The Grand City) Bursa Eskisehir<br />

Bilecik Development Agency 3.2 116<br />

Bursa Kultür ve Tanitma Birligi Baskanligi 3.2 201<br />

Burundi, Ministry of Trade, Industry,<br />

Posts and Tourism 21.A 116<br />

Bus2alps AG 4.1 102<br />

Busche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH 4.1 228a<br />

Bush Ways 20. 131<br />

Business Visum GmbH 7.1C 100<br />

Busy Rooms Limited 10.1 113<br />

Butterflies (Pvt.) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

By Sofitel David Tower M Gallery 23.B 203<br />

Bynder B.V. 6.1 143<br />

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C.A.T. Company Kyrgyzstan 2.1 117<br />

CA Comfort Aparthotel Frankfurt GmbH 7.2C 101<br />

CA Customer Alliance GmbH 8.1 137<br />

Cabildo Insular de LA GOMERA -<br />

Tourismo de la Gomera 4.2 203<br />

Cabo Verde Islands 20. 126<br />

Cabvertising Europe Railway Track 1-4<br />

Cactus Hotels 2.2 101<br />

Cadaqués Bayahibe 3.1 131<br />

Cadisi Tours 3.1 231<br />

Cádiz Tourist Board<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

CADMAN real estate marketing 14.1 113<br />

Cadw 18. 123, 125<br />

Caesars Entertainment 2.1 445<br />

Cafétur 3.2 201<br />

Cairngorms National Park 18. 123, 125<br />

Cairo Marriott Hotel 23.A 100<br />

Caledonian MacBrayne 18. 123, 125<br />

Calgary, Tourism 2.1 491<br />

Calimera Habiba Beach Resort 23.A 100<br />

Camara Argentina de Turismo 1.1 208<br />

Cambodia Angkor Air 26.B 225<br />

Cambodia, Ministry of Tourism 26.B 225<br />

Cambria Tours 18. 123, 125<br />

Cambrils, Patronat Municipal de Turisme 4.2 202<br />

Cameroon Ministry of Tourism and Leisure 21.A 113<br />

Cameroun Voyages 5.3 103<br />

Camino Abierto 1.1 208<br />

Camino Travel & Premio DMC 3.1 236, 236b<br />

Camlo Lanka Tours (Pvt) Ltd. 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Camp Adventure 4.1 200<br />

Camp Hwange 20. 136<br />

Camp Kuzuma 20. 106, 131<br />

Campeche 1.1 101<br />

Campeggio Lido 1.2 226<br />

Campervan North America 2.1 490<br />

Camping Capalonga 1.2 226<br />

CAMPING RESIDENCE IL TRIDENTE 1.2 226<br />

Canadian Tours International 2.1 491<br />

Canadian Travel Partners Ltd 2.1 491<br />

Canadian, Destination 2.1 491<br />

Canadvac Travel Services 2.1 491<br />

Canakkale Government (Canakkale Valiligi) 3.2 201<br />

Canal Company 10.2 102<br />

Canaries Resorts Maldives<br />

(Canareef Resort Maldives) 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Canary Island Car S.L. CICAR 4.2 209<br />

Cancun Shuttle 1.1 101<br />

Cancun Vacation Experts Tours<br />

& Airport Transfers 1.1 101<br />

Candelaria Tours 1.1 206<br />

CANDEO HOTELS 26.A 129<br />

Canouan - St. Vincent and The Grenadines 3.1 142d<br />

Cantabria, Cantur, S.A. 4.2 101,101a<br />

Canterbury Cathedral 18. 123, 125<br />

Cap Maison 3.1 122<br />

Cape and Kantary Hotels 26.A 110<br />

Cape Dara Resort Pattaya 26.B 218<br />

Cape Eleuthera Resort and Marina 3.1 141<br />

Cape St Francis Resort and Beach Break 20. 138<br />

Cape Town Tourism 20. 138<br />

Caper Travel - India 5.2B 211<br />

Capital Centre Arjaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Capital Georgia Travel 15.1 103<br />

Capital Travel & Tours<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Caprivi Car Hire 20. 114<br />

Car & Fly GmbH 14.1 103b<br />

car2go Deutschland GmbH 14.1 109<br />

carathotel Düsseldorf 9. 110<br />

Careli Tours 3.1 237<br />

Caribbean Tourism Organisation 3.1 142<br />

Caribic Vacations Limited 3.1 142k<br />

Carlson Hospitality Marketing<br />

India Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Carnoustie Ayurveda & Wellness Resort 5.2B 256<br />

CARO Autovermietung GmbH 9. 106<br />

Carols Hotels & Resorts 23.A 100<br />

Cartoon Network Amazone Waterpark 26.B 218<br />

Casa Batlló 4.2 202<br />

Casa Conde Hotels<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Casa de Campo Resort & Villas 3.1 131<br />

Casa Leonori Assisi 1.2 114<br />

Casale Panayiotis Traditional Village 2.2 111, 111a<br />

Cascade Wellness & Lifestyle Resort 2.2 208d<br />

Castaway Maldives Pvt.Ltd<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Castell - Platja D’Aro - S’Agaró,<br />

Oficina de Turisme 4.2 202<br />

Castellón Tourist Board 4.2 101,101a<br />

Castilla La Mancha 4.2 101,101a<br />

Catalonia Hotels & Resorts 1.1 101<br />

Catch Maldives Pvt Ltd 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Cathay Pacific Airways Limited 26.A 112<br />

CATOD (Canakkale Turistik Otelciler<br />

Isletmeciler ve yatirimcilar Dernegi) 3.2 201<br />

CATS Ltd. 2.1 111<br />

Caucasus Travel 15.1 103<br />

CBI 26.A 104<br />

CBS Travel Asia (Hotel 88) 26.B 207b<br />

CCP Condor Computer GmbH 5.1 129<br />

CCR Hotels & Spa 3.2 201<br />

Cedric’s Traumreisen 20. 116<br />

Cee Bee Cee Travels & Tours Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Celebrity Cruises 25. 125<br />

Celestyal Cruises 25. 101<br />

Celestyal Cruises 2.2 101<br />

Celigra International GmbH 5.1 110<br />

Celigra International GmbH 6.1 160h<br />

CELTH 10.2 102<br />

Celtic Group Hostels 4.1 104<br />

Cendyn / ONE 6.1 151<br />

Central America Tourism Agency (CATA) 3.1 234<br />

Central Asia Travel The travel agency 2.1 119<br />

Central Asian Travel System 2.1 110<br />

Central Holidays Travel Group 23.A 100<br />

Central Hospitality International (CHi) 26.B 223<br />

Central Khalahari Wild Tours 20. 131<br />

Centre Point Hotels Bangkok 26.B 221<br />

Centro Al Manhal 9. 308<br />

Centro Barsha 9. 308<br />

Centro Capital Centre 9. 308<br />

Centro de Documentación Turística 1.1 200<br />

Centro de Portugal 2.2 208a<br />

Centro Sharjah 9. 308<br />

Centro Yas Island 9. 308<br />

centrovital Hotel 12. 101<br />

Century Holiday International Travel<br />

Service (Hong Kong) Co. Ltd. 26.A 107<br />

Century Park Hotel 26.B 221<br />

Certified GmbH & Co. KG 7.1C 100<br />

CESTOB Cesme Association of Touristic<br />

Hoteliers (CESME Turistik Otelciler Birligi) 3.2 201<br />

Ceylon Tours Ltd. 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

CFK Spiesen-Elversberg 9. 110<br />

CGH Earth 5.2B 206<br />

Chaba Samui Resort and Chaba,<br />

Cabana Beach Resort & Spa 26.B 221<br />

Challenging Adventure<br />

22.A 101, 101a<br />

Champagne Tourist Board 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Champagne-Ardenne Tourisme 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Champlung Hotels & Resorts 26.A 122, 123<br />

Chandris Hotels & Resorts 2.2 101<br />

Changa Safari Camp 20. 111<br />

Charleston Area CVB 2.1 340<br />

Charming Cambodia Tours & Travel 26.B 225<br />

Chaska Tours<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Château de Berne<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Château de Cheverny<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Château de la Messardière<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Château Gruaud-Larose<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Chateau Mukhrani 15.1 103<br />

Châteaux et Hôtels Collection 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Chatrium Hotel and Residences 26.B 221<br />

Chaweng Regent<br />

and Melati Beach Resort and Spa 26.B 221<br />

CHC Hotels / Chnaris Hotel Management,<br />

Development & Consulting S.A. 2.2 101<br />

Cheli & Peacock Safaris 20. 120<br />

Chelsea Hotel Toronto 2.1 491<br />

Chemnitz Tourismus 11.2 102<br />

Chester County Conference & Visitors Bur 2.1 470<br />

Cheval Blanc Randheli<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Chicago Helicopter Experience 2.1 375<br />

Chicago Unlimited 2.1 322<br />

Chiemgau Tourismus e.V. 6.2B 315, 316<br />

Chiemsee-Alpenland Tourismus<br />

GmbH & Co. KG 6.2B 315, 316<br />

Chihuahua Copper Canyon 1.1 101<br />

Chikan Stroll Caravanserai 26.A 130<br />

Chile 1.1 201<br />

Chili Reisen 25. 139<br />

Chillis Backpackers Youth Shack 5.2A 114<br />

Chimu Adventures 1.1 204<br />

China Airlines 25. 130<br />

China Airlines 26.A 130<br />

China Dynasty Tours 26.C 310<br />

China Eastern Airlines 25. 130<br />

China International Travel<br />

Service (Qingdao) Co., LTD 26.C 310<br />

Hall 26.C<br />

Stand 310<br />

China National Tourism Administration 26.C 310<br />

China Peace International Tourism Co., Ltd. 25. 180<br />

China Southern Airlines 25. 130<br />

China Southern Airlines Co., Ltd.,<br />

Niederlassung Frankfurt 26.A 113<br />

China Tours Hamburg CTH GmbH 26.C 322<br />

China Travel Navigator Co.Ltd 26.C 310<br />

China Travel Service (HK) Ltd. 26.A 107<br />

China Travel Service (Taiwan) 26.A 130<br />

China Travel Service<br />

Head Office (Beijing) Co.Ltd. 26.C 310<br />

China Women Travel Service 26.C 310<br />

Chobe Game Lodge 20. 131<br />

Choco-Story 10.2 103<br />

Chogogo Resort 3.1 135<br />

Choice Hotels Australasia 9. 321<br />

Choice Hotels Canada, Inc 9. 321<br />

Choice Hotels France 9. 321<br />

Choice Hotels Germany & Central Europe 9. 321<br />

Choice Hotels International 9. 321<br />

Choice Hotels Italia 9. 321<br />

Choice Hotels Portugal 9. 321<br />

Choice Hotels Scandinavia 9. 321<br />

Choice Hotels UK 9. 321<br />

Cholan Tours Private Limited 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Choose Chicago 2.1 375<br />

Churchill Safaris 21.A 119<br />

CIBT VisumCentrale GmbH 10.1 117<br />

CIC Creative Internet Consulting GmbH 6.1 164<br />

CIM Magazine Europe /<br />

T&M Media GmbH & Co.KG 5.3 105<br />

Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts 5.2A 112<br />

Circle Line Sightseeing 2.1 405<br />

Circuit de Barcelona - Catalunya 4.2 202<br />

Cirque du Soleil 2.1 445<br />

Citadel Hotelsoftware GmbH 8.1 137<br />

CITO System GmbH 6.1 130<br />

Citrus Hotels<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Citrus Leisure PLC 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

City Cruises 18. 123, 125<br />

City Express International (Pvt). Ltd 5.2A 115<br />

City Hotel Tallinn 18. 109<br />

City Management Hamburg 6.2A 102, 104<br />

City of Czestochowa /<br />

Stadt Czestochowa 15.1 100<br />

City of Dreams Manila 26.A 101, 134<br />

City of Helsinki, City Marketing 26.C 316<br />

City of Lodz 15.1 100<br />

City of Olbia - Sardinia 1.2 105<br />

City of Thessaloniki 26.C 316<br />

City of Tshwane 20. 138<br />

City of Zabrze 15.1 100<br />

City Sightseeing Ltd. 25. 174<br />

City Tours & Events 7.2B 101a-c<br />

CityPASS 2.1 405<br />

Civil Aviation Authority 21.A 119<br />

Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) 20. 136<br />

CK Domstadthotels GmbH & Co. KG 11.2 101<br />

Ckamur Atacama 1.1 201<br />

Classic Namibia 20. 111<br />

Classic Safari Africa 20. 111<br />

Classic Tours Lombok 26.A 122, 123<br />

Cleopatra Luxury Resort Makadi Bay 23.A 118<br />

Cleopatra Luxury Hotels & Resorts 23.A 118<br />

Cleopatra Luxury Resort Sharm El Sheikh 23.A 118<br />

ClickTripz 6.1 148<br />

Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience 18. 122<br />

ClimatePartner Deutschland GmbH 4.1 228a<br />

Clink Hostels 4.1 102<br />

Cloudbeds 4.1 102<br />

Club des Hôtels de La Réunion (UMIH) 20. 132<br />

Club Dizalya Hotel 3.2 201<br />

Club Holidays & Adventures 3.1 203c<br />

Club Magellan Ltd. 15.1 101<br />

Club Phaselis Holiday Village 3.2 201<br />

Cluster Turistico del Destino Puerto Plata 3.1 131<br />

CMS Hospitality - GuestCentrix 4.1 102<br />

CN Travel Seijas y Otero S.L. 4.2 101,101a<br />

Coastal Aviation 21.A 122<br />

Coastal South Carolina USA 2.1 340<br />

Coco Bodu Hithi 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Coco De Mer Hotel 20. 130<br />

CoCo Key Hotel and Water Park Resort 2.1 315<br />

Coco Palm 3.1 122<br />

Coco-Mat 2.2 101<br />

Coconut Bay Beach Resort 5.2B 223<br />

Cocoon Investment Pvt Ltd<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

CODORNIU 4.2 202<br />

Coeur des Îles by Karukera Tours 3.1 136<br />

Cologne Business School 11.1 202<br />

Colombia (Procolombia)<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Colombia5 Tours Travel & Logistics 1.1 107, 107b<br />

Colombian Journeys<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Colombo Fort Resorts<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Color Line 18. 128d<br />

Colorado Tourism Office 2.1 330<br />

Colors of Zanzibar 21.A 122<br />

Colourful Ecuador Travels 4.1 102<br />

Coltur Peru 1.1 102<br />

Columbia Hotels & Resorts<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Columbus Tours (Pvt.) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Columbus Travels & Tours 26.B 201<br />

Come & Go Corporate Travel 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Comintour 2.1 122<br />

Comité Départmental du Tourisme<br />

de la Meuse<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Commodore Elite & Monachus Hotels 3.2 201<br />

Common Wadden Sea Secretariat 4.1 227<br />

COMPASS GmbH 11.1 202<br />

Compass Tour The travel agency 2.1 119<br />

complan Kommunalberatung GmbH<br />

AG Städte mit historischen Stadtkernen 12. 101<br />

Computer-L.A.N. GmbH 5.1 132<br />

Comtec (Europe) Ltd. 5.1 138<br />

Comunidad de Madrid 4.2 101,101a<br />

Comwell Hotels 18. 128a<br />

Concept Chocolate 10.2 104<br />

Concord Travel 15.1 103<br />

Concorde De Luxe Resort & SPA 3.2 122<br />

Concorde Hotels and Resorts / Egypt 23.A 100<br />

Concorde Travel Tours 20. 129<br />

Concur 5.1 131<br />

Condor Travel 1.1 115<br />

Condor Verde Travel -<br />

Mexico Incoming Operator 1.1 101<br />

Con-Ex Latvia Tours Group 18. 126a<br />

Conextour - viajes y turismo 5.3 103<br />

conferencefinder.com 9. 110<br />

Congo Conservation Company /<br />

Odzala Discovery Camps 20. 120<br />

Congo, Ministry of Tourism and<br />

Environktment c/o Congo Travel & Hotels 21.A 101b<br />

Congo, Ministry of Tourism 21.A 101b<br />

Congress- und Tourismus-<br />

Zentrale Nürnberg 6.2B 305<br />

Connaissance De Ceylan (Pvt.) Ltd. 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Connections DMC Ltd. 20. 129<br />

Connections Réunion 20. 132<br />

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Connex Caribe 1.1 101<br />

Connoisseurs Scotland 18. 123, 125<br />

Conrad Bali 9. 316<br />

Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort 9. 316<br />

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island 9. 316<br />

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

CONRAD Manila 26.A 101, 134<br />

Conseil Provincial du Tourisme<br />

de Zagora (CPT Zagora) Tourismusrat<br />

der Provinz Zagora 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Provincial du Tourisme d’Essaouira<br />

(CPT Essaouira) 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Provincial du Tourisme Ouarzazate<br />

(CPT Ouarzazate) Tourismusrat der Provinz<br />

Ouarzazate 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Régional du Tourisme d’Agadir<br />

Souss Massa Draa (CRT-Agadir) Regionaler<br />

Tourismusrat von Agadir Souss Massa Draa 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Régional du Tourisme de Casablanca<br />

(CRT-Casablanca) Regionaler Tourismusrat<br />

von Casablanca 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Régional du Tourisme de Fes<br />

Boulemane (CRT-Fes Boulemane)<br />

Regionaler Tourismusrat von<br />

Fes Boulmane 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Régional du Tourisme de Marrakech<br />

(CRT-Marrakech) Regionaler Tourismusrat<br />

von Marrakesch 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Régional du Tourisme de Meknès<br />

Tafilalet (CRT-Meknès Tafilalet) Regionaler<br />

Tourismusrat von Meknes Tafilalet 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Régional du Tourisme de Rabat<br />

(CRT-Rabat) Regionaler Tourismusrat<br />

von Rabat 21.B 208<br />

Conseil Régional du Tourisme de Tanger<br />

Tétouan (CRT-Tanger Tétouan) Regionaler<br />

Tourismusrat von Tanger Tetouan 21.B 208<br />

Consejo de Promocion Turistica de Mexico 1.1 101<br />

CONSELVATUR / Selva Bananito 3.1 236, 236b<br />

Consisho, Mexico 8.1 113a<br />

Conso.de 25. 180<br />

Consolid 1.1 208<br />

Consortium “Kyiv Tourism” 1.2 233<br />

Consorzio Umbria + Francesco’s Ways 1.2 114<br />

CONSORZIO VENETOACQUAETERME 1.2 226<br />

CONSORZIO VENEZIA E IL SUO LIDO 1.2 226<br />

Consorzio Visit Ferrara 1.2 104<br />

Consorzio Wellness Valley<br />

Romagna Benessere 1.2 104<br />

Constance Hotels and Resorts 20. 102<br />

Constantinou Bros Hotels 2.2 111, 111a<br />

ConsultiiQ GmbH 8.1 142<br />

CONSULTOUR 7.2B 102a-b<br />

Contact Travel Budapest 2.2 209<br />

Contact USA 2.1 490<br />

Contiki Holidays 4.1 102<br />

Continental Hotel Budapest 2.2 209<br />

Continental Terme Hotel 1.2 226<br />

Continental Travel DMC 2.2 209<br />

contrastravel 4.1 203<br />

Conwy County Borough Council 18. 123, 125<br />

Cook Islands Tourism Corporation 5.2A 104<br />

Co-Ordinating Zimbabwe 20. 136<br />

Coquille Bonheur 20. 129<br />

Coral Beach Resort 22.A 104<br />

CORAL HOTELS 4.2 203<br />

Coral Strand Hotel 20. 130<br />

Cordial Hotel & Golf Resort Pelagone 1.2 113<br />

Cordial Tours 2.2 208a<br />

Córdoba Tourist Board<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Corendon Airlines 25. 121<br />

Corendon Hotels & Resorts 10.2 102<br />

Corinthia Hotel Lisbon 2.2 208a<br />

Cornelia De Luxe Resort 3.2 129<br />

CORTINA MARKETING 1.2 226<br />

Cosmopolitan Hotel / Cosmo Hotel /<br />

Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong 26.A 107<br />

Cosmos Tours 23.A 100<br />

Costa Blanca Fremdenverkehrsamt 4.2 101,101a<br />

Costa Daurada Tourism Board 4.2 202<br />

Costa del Sol Tourist Board<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Costa Kreuzfahrten Niederlassung<br />

der Costa Crociere S.p.A. 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Costa Rica Dream Travel<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Costa Rica Reps Tour Operator 3.1 236, 236b<br />

Costa Rica Tourist Board<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Costa Rican Trails<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Cote d’Ivoire Tourisme 26.C 316<br />

Côte d’Ivoire Tourisme 21.A 115<br />

Côte Sun Hôtels 20. 132<br />

Cottars 1920’s Safari Camp 20. 111<br />

Cotton Bay Resort & Spa 20. 129<br />

Country Tours 5.2A 106<br />

Court Classique Suite Hotel 20. 134<br />

Courtyard Bali Seminyak 9. 302<br />

Courtyard by Marriott 22.A 208<br />

Courtyard by Marriott Paramaribo 3.1 123<br />

Cox & Kings India Ltd. 5.2B 232<br />

Cozumel & Riviera Maya Tourism<br />

Promotion Board 1.1 101<br />

CPH Hotels 8.1 130<br />

CPI Hotels a.s. 9. 321<br />

Crans-Montana Tourisme & Congrès 17. 101,101a-c<br />

Creative Travel 5.2B 219<br />

Creole Travel Services 20. 130<br />

Cresta Hotels 20. 136<br />

Cresta Mowana Safari Resort & Spa 20. 131<br />

Cresta Palace Hotel 17. 108<br />

Hall 2.2 Stand 116<br />

Cretan Holidays S.A. 2.2 116<br />

Creter Tours 1.1 209<br />

Crew Tours 1.1 104b<br />

Crikey Campers 5.2A 114<br />

Crillon Tours - Titicaca Hydrofoils 1.1 209<br />

Cristal Hotel Abu Dhabi 22.B 210<br />

Croatia Airlines 1.2 216<br />

Croisieurope 25. 159<br />

Cross Borders S.E.C.S. / EX-ARCA 6.1 115<br />

Crown & Champa Resorts<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Crown Tours Maldives Pvt Ltd 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi Yas Island 22.B 210<br />

Crowne Plaza Al Thuraya 22.A 208<br />

Crowne Plaza Dubai 22.A 103<br />

Crowne Plaza Israel Hotels 23.B 203<br />

Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC 2.1 121<br />

CRS Tours<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Hall 25. Stand 123<br />

Crucemundo Cruceros Fluviales 25. 123<br />

Cruceros Skorpios 1.1 201<br />

Cruise America & Cruise Canada RV Rentals 2.1 475<br />

Crvena Luka d.d. 1.2 216<br />

crystal communications GmbH 5.3 117<br />

Crystal Holidays (Pvt.) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Crystal Hotels Resort & Spa 3.2 118<br />

Crystal Safaris Ltd. 21.A 119<br />

Crystal Springs Beach Hotel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Crystal Travel 7.2B 102a-b<br />

CT Service GmbH 8.1 136<br />

CTG, Asociación Clúster Empresarial<br />

de Turismo de Galicia 4.2 101,101a<br />

CTS Gruppen- und Studienreisen GmbH 18. 111<br />

Cuba - Cubanisches Fremdenverkehrsamt 3.1 223<br />

Cuba Incentives 1.1 104b<br />

Cuba Real Tours 3.1 238<br />

Cukurova Development Agency 3.2 117<br />

Cukurova Turistik Oteller ve Isletmeciler<br />

Birligi (Cuktob) 3.2 117<br />

Cultural Romtour 5.3 103<br />

CULTURE LOUNGE / projekt2508 GmbH 16. 100<br />

Cultuzz Digital Media GmbH 8.1 120<br />

Cunard Line 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Curacao Hospitality<br />

and Tourism association CHATA 3.1 135<br />

Curacao Marriott Beach Resort<br />

and Emerald Casino 3.1 135<br />

Curaçao Tourist Board 3.1 135<br />

Curio - A Collection by Hilton 9. 316<br />

Cuxland-Tourismus Agentur<br />

für Wirtschaftsförderung Cuxhave 6.2A 103<br />

Cynsa Tour Operator 1.1 208<br />

Cynthiana Beach Hotel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Cyprotels Hotels & Resorts<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Cyprus Agrotourism Company 2.2 111, 111a<br />

Cyprus Association for Cultural /<br />

Special Interest Tourism<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Cyprus Hotel Association<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Cyrus Sahra Co. 7.2A 100<br />

Czech Airlines 25. 130<br />

Czech Airlines 7.2B 102a-b<br />

D<br />

D Varee Hotels & Resorts Co., Ltd. 26.B 218<br />

D.M. SAS - Prosecco Guide 1.2 226<br />

d.o.k.t.o.b. (Dalaman, Ortaca and<br />

Köycegiz Association of Touristic Hoteliers<br />

and Tourism Operators) 3.2 201<br />

D.T.P. Tour Operator 1.1 114<br />

DAB Transfer 18. 117<br />

Dalarna University 11.1 304<br />

Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau 2.1 425<br />

Daluman Villa 26.A 122, 123<br />

DAMAC Hotels & Resorts<br />

Management LLC 22.A 103<br />

Dan Hotels 23.B 203<br />

Dana Tours 20. 107<br />

Danat Hotels & Resorts - 22.B 210<br />

Danube Competence Center 2.2 122<br />

Danubius Hotels Group 9. 222<br />

Danubius Hotels Group 2.2 209<br />

Danubius Travel 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Dapeng Bay National Scenic Area<br />

Administration Taiwan Tourism Bureau 26.A 130<br />

DaPhi GmbH 4.1 108<br />

Dari-Java 26.A 122, 123<br />

Darmstadt Marketing GmbH 7.2C 101<br />

Darwin Central Hotel 5.2A 114<br />

Das Bergische - Naturarena Bergisches<br />

Land GmbH 8.2 103c<br />

Das Druckhaus Beineke Dickmanns GmbH 4.1 228a<br />

Das goldene Stadttor -<br />

The golden city gate - <strong>ITB</strong>-CINEMA 3.1 155<br />

Das königliche Concertgebouw 10.2 102<br />

Das Meininger Theater 11.2 103<br />

Das Ticket Team team reisen GmbH 25. 129<br />

Datalink SA 8.1 113a<br />

<strong>Day</strong>s Inns Canada 2.1 491<br />

DB Bahn Italia SRL 1.2 226<br />

DB Fernverkehr AG 13. 100<br />

DB Fernverkehr AG ScanEurope<br />

(DB-DSB Kooperation) 18. 128e<br />

Hall 13.<br />

Stand 100<br />

DB Mobility Logistics AG 13. 100<br />

DB Museum Nürnberg 6.2B 305<br />

DB Regio AG, Region Nordost 12. 101<br />

DB Rent GmbH 13. 100<br />

DB Vertrieb GmbH - Digital Business 13. 100<br />

DB Vetrieb GmbH - Fahrtziel Natur 13. 100<br />

DBSV - Deutscher Blinden-<br />

& Sehbehindertenverband e.V. 4.1 101<br />

DCAT 2.1 117<br />

DCS Touristik GmbH 25. 114<br />

De Palm Tours, Aruba 3.1 134<br />

DE&HA Egypt 25. 101<br />

DE&HA Tourism 25. 101<br />

Decameron Explorer Maroc 21.B 208<br />

Deep Blue Holidays<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Deevana Patong Resort & Spa Hotel 26.B 210-212<br />

Deevana Plaza Krabi Aonang 26.B 221<br />

Definitely Dubai 22.A 103<br />

Defne HOTELS 3.2 133a<br />

Defne Hotels 3.2 201<br />

DEHOGA Brandenburg e.V. 12. 101<br />

DEHOGA Deutsche<br />

Hotelklassifizierung GmbH 12. 102<br />

Delhi Tourism & Transportation<br />

Development Corporation Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Delicanto- Italy Incoming DMC 1.2 226<br />

Dellarosa Hotel Suites & Spa 21.B 208<br />

Deloitte Consulting LLC Kyrgyz Republic 2.1 117<br />

Deloitte, India Touche Tohmatsu<br />

India Pvt Ltd. 8.1 113a<br />

Delphin Hotels & Resorts Delphin Imperial 25. 155<br />

Delta Air Lines 25. 130<br />

Delta Air Lines, Inc. 7.1C 100<br />

DELTA TOUR 1.2 226<br />

Delta Tours 18. 126d<br />

Den Haag Marketing 10.2 102<br />

Denis Private Island & Co. 20. 130<br />

Denizli (Denizli Valiligi Il Kültür<br />

ve Turizm Müdürlügü) 3.2 201<br />

Department of National Policy,<br />

Interregional Relations<br />

and Tourism of Moscow City 2.1 121<br />

Department of Tourism<br />

and Resorts of Ajara A.R. 15.1 103<br />

DER Corporate Solutions / DERhotel.com 8.1 117<br />

DER Deutsches Reisebüro GmbH<br />

& Co. OHG, FCm Travel Solutions 7.1C 100<br />

Der offizielle Bayernshop c/o<br />

BAYERN Tourismus Marketing GmbH 6.2B 301<br />

Der SchottlandBerater 18. 123, 125<br />

Der Tourismusverband Kurland 18. 126a<br />

DER Touristik 8.2 103a<br />

DER Touristik GmbH 5.3 119<br />

Derag Livinghotels AG + Co. KG 7.1C 100<br />

DERPART Travel Service 7.1C 100<br />

DERTOUR Gay Travel 3.1 214<br />

Des Hôtels et des Îles - 3.1 136<br />

Desert & Delta Safaris 20. 131<br />

Desert Adventures Tourism 22.A 101, 101a, 103<br />

Desert Gate Tourism 22.A 103<br />

Desert Palm Resort 22.A 103<br />

Design Hotels AG 9. 312<br />

Designer Outlets Wolfsburg 6.2A 103<br />

DESTE TRAVEL SERVICES 1.2 226<br />

Destination (Asia-Hong Kong) Travel Ltd. 26.A 107<br />

Destination Afrika 20. 120<br />

Destination Asia 26.A 105<br />

Destination Bornholm 18. 128a<br />

Destination Bristol 18. 123, 125<br />

Destination British Columbia 2.1 491<br />

Destination Fünen Udvikling Fyn P/S 18. 128a<br />

Destination Lapland 18. 128b<br />

Destination NSW 5.2A 114<br />

Destination Services 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Costa Rica 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Dominican Republic 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Greece 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Indonesia 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Mexico 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Morocco 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Portugal 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Spain 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Thailand 25. 131<br />

Destination Services Turkey 25. 131<br />

Destination Touristic Services 3.2 133<br />

Destination Touristic Services 2.2 101<br />

Destination Touristic Services GmbH 15.1 101<br />

Destination Weddings and Honeymoons<br />

Abroad Magazine 5.2A 116<br />

Destinations of the World DMCC 22.B 210<br />

Destinos Latinos Travel Agency 1.1 101<br />

Details Hotels & Resorts 2.2 208c<br />

DeTeWe 8.1 136<br />

Deutsche Bahn / ÖBB 17. 103<br />

Deutsche Bodensee Tourismus GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale<br />

Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH 4.1 202<br />

Deutsche Jugendherbergswerk,<br />

Landesverband Bayern e.V. 6.2B 301<br />

Deutsche Kollektion von Hotels<br />

& Lodgen Kubu Safari Lodge 20. 135<br />

Deutsche Lufthansa AG 25. 152<br />

Deutsche Lufthansa AG 7.1C 100<br />

Deutsche Märchenstraße 7.2C 101<br />

Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf Duisburg 8.2 103b<br />

Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln, Institut<br />

für Natursport und Ökologie 11.1 313<br />

Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V. 12. 102<br />

Deutscher Heilbäderverband e.V. 12. 102<br />

Deutscher Tourismusverband<br />

Service GmbH 12. 102<br />

Deutsches Auswandererhaus 6.2A 101<br />

Deutsches Automatenmuseum -<br />

Sammlung Gauselmann 14.1 102<br />

Deutsches Historisches Museum 16. 100<br />

Deutsches Jugendherbergswerk (DJH) 4.1 117<br />

Deutsches Jugendherbergswerk 12. 102<br />

Deutsches Jugendherbergswerk<br />

Landesverband <strong>Berlin</strong>-Brandenburg e.V. 12. 101<br />

Deutsches Jugendherbergswerk<br />

LV Nordmark e.V. 6.2A 105<br />

Deutsches Jugendherbergswerk,<br />

Landesverband Rheinland 8.2 103a<br />

Deutsches Museum Bonn 8.2 103b<br />

Deutsches Nationaltheater<br />

und Staatskapelle Weimar GmbH 16. 104<br />

Dewi Wisata Tour and Travel 26.A 122, 123<br />

DFDS (Deutschland) GmbH 18. 119<br />

DH Studio Werbeagentur Dirk Holst 8.1 124<br />

Dhaainkan’baa<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

DHBW Ravensburg 11.1 101<br />

Dhigufaru Islands Resort<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

DHISCO Inc. 8.1 139<br />

DIAMIR Erlebnisreisen GmbH 21.A 103<br />

DIAMIR Erlebnisreisen GmbH 5.2A 113<br />

Diamond Beach Hotel & Spa 3.2 201<br />

Diamond Cliff Resort & Spa 26.B 221<br />

Diana Dea Lodge & Spa 20. 132<br />

Diana Travel 3.2 124<br />

Diani Sea Lodge & Diani Sea Resort 21.A 120<br />

Die Bergischen Drei 8.2 103c<br />

Die Fränkischen Ferienlandschaften 6.2B 304<br />

Die Jugendherbergen gGmbH 18. 105<br />

Die Jugendherbergen in Rheinland-<br />

Pfalz und im Saarland 8.2 201b<br />

Die Nordischen Länder: Schweden-<br />

Finnland-Dänemark-Island-Norwegen 18. 128a-e<br />

Die Nordsee GmbH 6.2A 103<br />

Die Reisejournalisten 5.3 107<br />

Diesenhaus - Unitours Incoming Tourism 23.B 203<br />

Diethelm Travel Group 26.B 229<br />

Diethelm Travel The Maldives 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Dife Travel Colombia S.A.S<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

diginetmedia 5.1 103<br />

Digital Trip Ltd. 5.1 112<br />

Dimore d’Epoca 1.2 104<br />

Dinaka Safari Lodge 20. 131<br />

Dinknesh Ethiopia Tours tE 21.A 121<br />

Dionysos Travel & Tours Ltd.<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Direct Travel 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Discover Albania Club 1.2 214<br />

Discover Boracay Travel and Tours 26.A 101, 134<br />

Discover Dominica Authority 3.1 137<br />

Discover East 26.C 311<br />

Discover Holidays 2.1 302, 491<br />

Discover Indonesia 26.A 122, 123<br />

Discover Madagascar 20. 104<br />

Discover Moab 2.1 322<br />

Discover New England 2.1 502<br />

Discover Southamerica 1.1 114<br />

Discover Suriname Tours 3.1 123<br />

Discover Zanzibar Ltd. 21.A 123<br />

Discovery Holidays Co., Ltd. 26.B 218<br />

Discovery Hotel Management 9. 312<br />

Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel 26.A 122, 123<br />

Discovery Overland Holidays 26.A 121<br />

Discovery Shores Boracay Resort 26.A 101, 134<br />

Discovery Travel Costa Rica<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Disney Theatrical Group 2.1 405<br />

Distretto Turistico Selinunte 1.2 124a<br />

Distretto Turistico Selinunte,<br />

Sciacca Terme, Belice 1.2 124b<br />

Distretto Turistico Sicilia Occidentale 1.2 124a<br />

DITAB Didim Tourism Altyapi Hizmet Birli 3.2 201<br />

Diverse Destination Travel Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Diversity Consulting International S.L. 3.1 211<br />

TomOnTour.com 3.1 204<br />

Divi Aruba All Inclusive 3.1 134<br />

Divi Aruba Phoenix Beach Resort 3.1 134<br />

Divi Dutch Village Resort 3.1 134<br />

Divi Village All inclusive Villas 3.1 134<br />

Divi Village Golf & Beach Resort Aruba 3.1 134<br />

Diyarbakir (Diyarbakir Valiligi Il<br />

Kültür ve Turizm Müdürlügü) 3.2 201<br />

DJH City Hostels Rheinland 8.2 103a<br />

DJH Gemeinsam Arbeiten gGmbH 18. 105<br />

DJH-Resort Neuharlingersiel -<br />

Die Jugendherbergen gGmbH 18. 105<br />

Djubo 6.1 138<br />

DMC Pearl Boutique Travel Indonesia 26.A 122, 123<br />

DMC REUNION Mille Tours 20. 132<br />

DN TOURS 2.1 116<br />

DNATA International Pvt.Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

DNV-Tours Polska Sp. z o.o 15.1 100<br />

Doble Tree Hilton 21.A 123<br />

DOC DMC 2.2 208a<br />

Dogu Karadeniz Kalkinma Ajansi 3.2 201<br />

Dolan Hotels 18. 124<br />

Dolce Bad Nauheim 7.2C 101<br />

Dom Pedro Hotels 2.2 208a<br />

Dom Rep Tours 3.1 238<br />

Domaine National de Chambord 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Domaine Régional de Chaumont-sur-Loire 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Domäne der Grotten von Han 10.2 105<br />

Domestic Asia Tour 26.A 122, 123<br />

Domina Coral Bay Hotel, Resort,<br />

Spa & Casino - Red Sea 23.A 100<br />

Dominica Tourist Office 3.1 137<br />

Dominica Tours 3.1 137<br />

Hall 3.1<br />

Stand 131<br />

Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism 3.1 131<br />

Domiruth 1.1 102<br />

Domitur - DMC 2.2 208c<br />

Dommuseum Hildesheim 16. 103<br />

Donau Oberösterreich 17. 103<br />

Donau Touristik GmbH 17. 103<br />

Dong Fang International Travel ≈<br />

Finnland-Dänemark 26.C 310<br />

Dorint Hotel & Resorts 9. 104<br />

Dorling Kindersley 10.2 106<br />

Dorna Gasht Tour Operator 7.2A 100<br />

Dortmund Airport 8.2 101b<br />

DORTMUNDtourismus GmbH 8.2 101a<br />

Dosso Dossi 3.2 201<br />

Double Tree by Hilton 9. 316<br />

Double Tree by Hilton Hotels Tanzania 9. 316<br />

Double Tree by Hilton Milan 9. 316<br />

Double Tree by Hilton Venice North 9. 316<br />

Double Tree by Hilton Zagreb 9. 316<br />

DoubleTree by Hilton Luxemburg 9. 316<br />

Doubletree by Hilton Olbia Sardinia 9. 316<br />

Doubletree by Hilton Venice North 1.2 226<br />

Doubletree Resort by Hilton Central Pacific 3.1 236, 236b<br />

Douro Azul 2.2 208a<br />

Dr. Tigges Studienreisen 25. 109<br />

Dr. Weiglein Expeditions GmbH 26.A 116<br />

DR.SCHNELL Chemie GmbH 8.1 130<br />

Dravidian Trails Holidays Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 223<br />

Dream Phuket Hotel & Spa 26.B 221<br />

Dreamcatcher Mauritius 20. 104<br />

Dreamlines 3.1 214<br />

Dresden Marketing GmbH 11.2 102<br />

Dresdner Residenz Konzerte 11.2 102<br />

Dresdner Stadtrundfahrt -<br />

Die Roten Doppeldecker GmbH 11.2 102<br />

D-Resort Grand Azur 3.2 201<br />

DRUKEYE TOURS & TRAVEL 26.C 305<br />

DRV - Vorsorgemanagement e.V. 10.1 117<br />

DRV Deutscher ReiseVerband e.V. 10.1 117<br />

DSC Management (EXPO 2016 Antalya) 3.2 201<br />

Dubai Link Tours LLC (GTE) 6.1 146<br />

Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa 22.A 103<br />

Dubai Parks and Resorts 22.A 103<br />

Dubai, Department of Tourism<br />

and Commerce Marketing 22.A 103<br />

Dublin Bus Tours 4.1 104<br />

Dubrovnik & Neretva County Tourist Board 1.2 216<br />

Duisburg Marketing GmbH 8.2 101a<br />

Dunas Safari 20. 114<br />

Dunes Adventures 22.B 200<br />

Duni JSco 15.1 101<br />

Dunkirk Tourism<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Durban Tourism 20. 138<br />

Dusit D2 Chiang Mai 26.B 227<br />

Dusit D2 Phuket Resort 26.B 227<br />

Dusit International 9. 211<br />

Dusit International 26.B 227<br />

Dusit Island Resort Chiang Rai 26.B 227<br />

Dusit Thani Bangkok 26.B 227<br />

Dusit Thani Hua Hin 26.B 227<br />

Dusit Thani Krabi Beach Resort 26.B 227<br />

Dusit Thani Laguna Phuket 26.B 227<br />

Dusit Thani Maldives<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Dusit Thani Pattaya 26.B 227<br />

Düsseldorf Congress Sport & Event GmbH 8.2 103a<br />

Düsseldorf Marketing & Tourismus GmbH 8.2 103a-f<br />

Düsseldorfer Fachschule für Tourismus 11.1 106<br />

Dutch Biketours 10.2 102<br />

Dutch Cruise Line 10.2 102<br />

DW Dominican Wings S.A. 3.1 131<br />

Dwi Tour 26.A 122, 123<br />

Dynasty Travel Service & Incentive House 23.A 100<br />

E<br />

E. Breuninger GmbH & Co. KG 6.2B 202<br />

Eagle Tours<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Eagle Travel 23.A 100<br />

EagleRider Motorcycle 2.1 435<br />

Eagles Palace 2.2 110<br />

earthTV network GmbH 1.1 104c<br />

Easia Travel c/o ATS Hotel 25. 181<br />

East Africa Travel - Jajab Hamisi<br />

REISEVERMITTLUNG 21.A 126<br />

East African Community 21.A 122<br />

East Bohemia Convention Bureau 7.2B 102a-b<br />

EAST Hotel 6.2A 102, 104<br />

East Line Tour The travel agency 2.1 119<br />

Eastend Hotels & Resorts 5.2B 223<br />

Eastern Cape Parks & Tourism Agency 20. 138<br />

Eastern Hotel Developers (Pvt) Ltd. 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, Region 2.2 101<br />

Eastern Mediterranean Development<br />

Agency (Dogu Akdeniz Kalkinma Ajansi) 3.2 201<br />

Easy Bulgaria Travel Ltd 15.1 101<br />

EASY ROAD VIAGGI 1.2 226<br />

easyRaum GmbH 8.1 117<br />

EBC Hochschule Campus Düsseldorf 8.2 103a<br />

Eberl Online GmbH 6.2B 307<br />

EC Travel 4.2 119a<br />

ECCO-Reisen GmbH 25. 143<br />

Eco Team (Pvt) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Ecoandes Travel / Unigalapagos 1.1 110<br />

Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne 11.1 309<br />

Ecole Travel 3.1 236, 236b<br />

Economic Development Board 23.B 201<br />

ECONTEL HOTEL <strong>Berlin</strong> Charlottenburg 14.1 112<br />

ECONTEL HOTEL München 14.1 112<br />

ECONTEL HOTELS 14.1 112<br />

Ecotourism Ireland/ Ireland Walk Hike Bike 4.1 104<br />

EcoTraining 20. 134<br />

ECPAT Deutschland e.V. 4.1 219<br />

Ecuador Pure Life 1.1 110<br />

Ecuador, Ministry of Tourism 1.1 110<br />

Eden Bleu Hotel 20. 130<br />

Edison Travel Service Co. Ltd. 26.A 130<br />

Edmonton Tourism 2.1 491<br />

Eftalia Hotels 3.2 201<br />

egapark Erfurt 11.2 103<br />

Egmont Incoming Italy 1.2 123<br />

Egoli Tours 20. 134<br />

Egypt Hotels & Nile Cruises 23.A 100<br />

Egyptian Hotel Association 23.A 100<br />

Egyptian Touristic E.T.S. revised 23.A 100<br />

Eifel Tourismus (ET) Gesellschaft mbH 8.2 102b<br />

Eifel Tourismus GmbH 8.2 201a<br />

Eilat Hotel Association 23.B 203<br />

Eimermacher & Strategen 8.1 101<br />

Eix Estel SL 4.2 202<br />

Eix Hotels - Eix Lagotel 4.2 103<br />

EJB am Werbellinsee 4.1 109<br />

Ekmekciler Seyahat Acentesi 3.2 109<br />

El Al Israel Airlines 23.B 203<br />

El Conquistador A Waldorf Astoria Resort 2.1 316<br />

El Hierro Fremdenverkehrsamt 4.2 203<br />

El Malikia Resort Abu Dabbab<br />

Marsa Alam-Red Sea- Egypt 23.A 100<br />

El Monte RV 2.1 555<br />

El Mundo Tour The travel agency 2.1 119<br />

El Mundo Travel & Tours 26.A 101, 134<br />

El Nakhil Tours 23.A 100<br />

El Nido Resorts 26.A 101, 134<br />

El Perezoso 3.1 237<br />

El Salvador, Ministerio de Turismo 3.1 231<br />

Ela Quality Resort Belek 3.2 132<br />

Elding adventure at sea 18. 128c<br />

Electra Palace Resort 2.2 110<br />

Elephant Hills Co., Ltd. 26.B 221<br />

Elewana Africa 20. 120<br />

ELISA 4.2 103<br />

Elisabeth Hotel 9. 110<br />

Elite Hotels of Sweden 18. 128e<br />

Elite Island Resorts 3.1 142c<br />

Elite Island Resorts International 3.1 143<br />

Elite Resort & Spa 23.B 201<br />

Elite Travel - DMC 1.2 214<br />

Elite Travel & Tourism 22.B 200<br />

Elite Travel of Croatia 1.2 205<br />

Ellington Hotel <strong>Berlin</strong> 12. 101<br />

Elsass - Agence de Développement<br />

Touristique de Haute-Alsace<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Elsass Tourismus<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Elysium & Mediterranean Beach Hotel 2.2 111, 111a<br />

EMBRACE - Hotel Masatsch 9. 110<br />

Embrace Hotels 9. 110<br />

Embudu Village<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

EMG - Essen Marketing GmbH 8.2 101a<br />

Eminds SRL 5.1 114<br />

Emir Hotels / Demirci Tu. Tes. Isl. A.S. 3.2 127<br />

Emirates Airline 22.A 100<br />

Emirates Airline 11.1 108<br />

Emirates Holidays 22.A 100<br />

Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi 9. 217<br />

Emirates Skywards 22.A 100<br />

Emitt (East Mediterranean International<br />

Tourism and Travel Exhibition) 3.2 201<br />

Emotions Beach Resort Hodelpa Garten Suites 3.1 131<br />

Emotions Destination Management /<br />

Island Focus Co. Ltd 20. 129<br />

Emperor Cruises Co., Ltd 26.C 330<br />

Empire Riverside Hotel 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Empire State Building Observatory 2.1 405<br />

Empresa Pública de Turismo Guayaquil, EP 1.1 110<br />

Emsland Touristik GmbH 6.2A 103<br />

ENC Tours Company 2.1 124<br />

Enchanting Hotels<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Encore Tickets Ltd. 18. 123, 125<br />

Encounter Madagascar 20. 104<br />

Endeavour Safaris 20. 131<br />

Engelberg-Titlis Tourismus AG 17. 101,101a-c<br />

English Heritage 18. 123, 125<br />

English Riviera 18. 123, 125<br />

Enjoy Bavaria Tours 8.1 101<br />

Enjoy Oman (Trekking & Adventure) 22.B 200<br />

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ENKA Seyahat 3.2 201<br />

ennit AG 5.1 103<br />

Enoria Viaggi 1.2 103<br />

Enterprise Rent-A-Car 9. 107<br />

Entertainment Cruises 2.1 519<br />

EON Resorts Group<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

EPG Travel 26.B 201<br />

Epic Tour 3.1 231<br />

EPIC Trails Bike-Erlebnisse Zentralasien 2.1 112<br />

Epirus, Region 2.2 101<br />

Equinox<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Erbil Rotana 9. 308<br />

Erco Travels Pvt. Ltd.<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Eremito 1.2 114<br />

eRevMax 8.1 132<br />

Erfurt Tourismus & Marketing GmbH 11.2 103<br />

Erich Schmidt Verlag GmbH & Co. KG 10.2 106<br />

Eritrea, Ministry of Tourism of<br />

the State of Eritrea 21.A 108<br />

Erlangen, Tourist-Information 6.2B 305<br />

Es Saadi Marrakesch Resort 21.B 208<br />

Escapade Zanzibar 21.A 122<br />

Escher im Palast 10.2 102<br />

Eshet Incoming 23.B 203<br />

Esperanza Park 4.2 103<br />

Essential Destinations 21.A 122<br />

Estació Náutica de la Costa Daurada 4.2 202<br />

Estación Náutica Sant Antonio y San Josep 4.2 111<br />

Estado de México 1.1 101<br />

ESTEC - Czech Incoming<br />

Tour Operator & DMC 7.2B 102a-b<br />

Esterbauer Verlag 10.2 106<br />

Esteros Viajes 1.1 208<br />

Estonian Holidays AS 18. 126c<br />

Estonian Tourist Board 18. 126c<br />

Estravel AS 18. 126c<br />

Estrel <strong>Berlin</strong> 12. 101<br />

ETA (Bird) 8.1 113a<br />

Eternity Travel Ltd. 23.B 203<br />

Ethiopia, Green Land Tours & Hotels 21.A 102<br />

Ethiopian Airlines 21.A 121<br />

Ethiopian Tourism Organization 21.A 121<br />

Etho Metho Tours & Treks 26.C 335<br />

Hall 5.2A<br />

Stand<br />

109, 109a<br />

Ethos Maldives Pvt. Ltd.<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Etihad Airways 25. 110<br />

Etihad Holidays 22.B 211<br />

ETIK - Ege Turistik Isletmeler<br />

ve Konaklamalar Birligi 3.2 201<br />

ETL Tour and Travel 21.A 121<br />

ETOA - European tourism association 9. 301<br />

E-Travel.sk 7.2B 103<br />

Euphoria Hotels & Resorts 3.2 201<br />

EURO-ASIA TOURS & TRAVELS PVT. LTD 5.2A 110<br />

Euroguide Coach & Travel Ltd. 2.2 209<br />

Eurohostel - Finnish Hostel Chain (HiHostels) 18. 128b<br />

Eurolimousine Aachen 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Austria 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Baden-Baden 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Belgium 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine <strong>Berlin</strong> 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Binz/Rügen 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Bonn 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Brazil 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Bremen 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Czech Republic 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Denmark 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Dresden 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Düsseldorf 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Eisenach 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Eisleben 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Erfurt 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Estonia/Latvis 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine France 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Frankfurt/M. 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Frankfurt/O. 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Friedrichshafen 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Georgia 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Germany 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Halle 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Hamburg 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Hannover 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Hungary 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Italy 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Jena 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Köln 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Latvia 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Leipzig 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Lindau 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Lithuania 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Lübeck 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Luxembourg 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Memmingen 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine München 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Netherlands 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Nürnberg/Erlangen 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Poland 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Potsdam 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Rostock/Schwerin 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Russia 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine South Africa 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Spain 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Stuttgart 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Switzerland 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Trier 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine United Kingdom 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Weimar 18. 117<br />

Eurolimousine Wittenberg 18. 117<br />

Europa Tourist Group 1.2 226<br />

Europa Travel & Tours 1.2 214<br />

Europäische Reiseversicherung AG 25. 126<br />

Europäisches Parlament Informationsbüro<br />

in Deutschland 12. 101<br />

Europa-Park GmbH & Co. Mack KG 6.2B 202<br />

EUROPARC Deutschland e.V. 12. 102<br />

Europastadt GörlitzZgorzelec GmbH 11.2 102<br />

Europastraße Historische Theater 16. 105<br />

Europcar 5.2A 114<br />

Hall 9.<br />

Stand 123<br />

Europcar Autovermietung GmbH 9. 123<br />

Europcar Costa Rica<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Europe Champion Travel GmbH 26.C 312<br />

Europe Incoming International LLP 9. 301<br />

European Capital of Culture - Pafos 2017 2.2 111, 111a<br />

European Federation of Napoleonic Cities 16. 101<br />

European Travel Services Ltd. 18. 123, 125<br />

EuropeSpa med & wellness GmbH 25. 176<br />

Europlan SPA 1.2 103<br />

Euroregion Beskidy 15.1 100<br />

EUROTOURS INTERNATIONAL 17. 103<br />

Eurotur 1.1 209<br />

EuroVelo, the European cycle route network 4.1 244<br />

Eutopia Holdings Pvt Ltd (Anantara Resorts) 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Euvea 9. 110<br />

EUVIBUS Indochina Travels GmbH 25. 139<br />

EVA AIR Corporation, Frankfurt Office 26.A 130<br />

Evaneos 4.1 237<br />

Evecon Tour Operator 1.1 208<br />

EVENT AGENCY SCENEVENTS 1.2 226<br />

Event Solutions Malta by Vacations Malta Ltd. 1.2 222<br />

EVEREST SUMMIT LODGES 5.2A 110<br />

Eviva Tour Vietnam 26.C 326<br />

Evoca Red de Hoteles<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Evoluzion Travel 4.1 233<br />

Excalibur Tours 4.1 116<br />

Excellence Hotels 10.2 101<br />

Exciting Travel Holidays<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Exclusive & Different 3.1 142e<br />

Exelans Tourism 20. 103<br />

EXO TRAVEL 26.A 117<br />

Exotic Global Holidays (Private) Ltd. 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Exotic Voyage Co., Ltd. 26.B 210-212<br />

Expedia 9. 322<br />

Expedición Panamundo 3.1 238<br />

Expeditions Myanmar Co Ltd 26.B 230<br />

Experience Ethipoia Travel 21.A 121<br />

Experience Kissimmee 2.1 315<br />

expert PR & HWM Communications GmbH 18. 124<br />

Explore Fairbanks 2.1 302<br />

Explore Georgia 15.1 103<br />

Explore Mongolia 25. 113<br />

ExploRussia 4.1 249<br />

expo2508 - Ausstellungskonzeption<br />

und -gestaltung 16. 100<br />

Express Airways GmbH 1.2 202<br />

Express des Îles 3.1 136<br />

Express Travel International GmbH 25. 103<br />

Exsel Authentic Hotels 20. 132<br />

Extraordinary 20. 119<br />

Extrapolitan 9. 301<br />

Extreme Ireland 18. 122<br />

Eysys 5.1 138<br />

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife 20. 138<br />

F<br />

F+U Unternehmensgruppe GmbH 10.1 117<br />

F1 Infotech 8.1 113a<br />

Fachhochschule Stralsund 11.1 206<br />

Fachhochschule Westküste 11.1 104<br />

Færgen 18. 128a<br />

Fair Trade Tourism 4.1 202<br />

Fairfield Tours 20. 138<br />

Fairmont Bab Al Bahr 22.B 210<br />

Fairmont Dubai 9. 309<br />

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts 2.1 491<br />

Fairmont Le Montreux Palace<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

Fairmont Makati & Raffles Makati 26.A 101, 134<br />

Fairmont Nile City 23.A 100<br />

Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos Barcelona 9. 309<br />

Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali 9. 309<br />

Fairmont Singapore and Swissotel the Stamford 26.A 133<br />

Fairmont The Palm, Dubai 22.A 103<br />

FALCON SAFARIS 20. 136<br />

Falkensteiner Balance Resort Stegersbach 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Club Funimation Borik 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Club Funimation Katschberg 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Family Hotel Diadora 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Grand Spa Marienbad 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Alpenresidenz Antholz 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Bad Leonfelden 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Bad Waltersdorf 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Carinzia 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Falkensteinerhof 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Iadera 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Jesolo 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Royal Seefeld 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Sonnenparadies 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel Belgrad 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel Cristallo 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel Lido Ehrenburgerhof 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel Margaretenguertel 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotel Sonnenalpe 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences 9. 110<br />

Falkensteiner Schlosshotel Velden 9. 110<br />

Familotel AG 8.1 142<br />

Fancort-South Africa 20. 138<br />

Fantasia Hotel Deluxe Kemer 3.2 201<br />

Fantastico Sur - Torres del Paine 1.1 201<br />

FAR EAST HOSPITALITY 26.A 133<br />

Far West Travels and Tours Pvt. Ltd. 5.2A 110a<br />

Fargo-Moorhead CVB 2.1 464<br />

Farol Travel 2.2 208a<br />

Fashion Arena Prague Outlet 7.2B 102a-b<br />

FastBooking 9. 212<br />

Fat Tire Tours / Group Travel Paris 9. 301<br />

Fattal Hotel Chain Israel 23.B 203<br />

Federal Agency for Tourism<br />

of the Russian Federation 2.1 120<br />

Feenstra Rhein Linie 25. 158<br />

Felber Travel 1.1 114<br />

Felix-Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Stiftung 11.2 102<br />

Felt-Art Studio 2.1 117<br />

Fën Hoteles 1.1 208<br />

Fendeq.com 22.A 208<br />

feratel media technologies AG 10.1 118<br />

feratel media technologies BV 10.1 118<br />

feratel media technologies GmbH 10.1 118<br />

feratel Schweiz AG 10.1 118<br />

Ferien- und Freizeitpark Slagharen 10.2 102<br />

Ferien- und Tagungszentrum Bethanien 9. 110<br />

Feriepartner Danmark 18. 128a<br />

Ferko Ilgaz Mountain Resort Hotel 3.2 109<br />

Fermanagh Lakeland Tourism 18. 122<br />

Fernandes Tours and Safaris 21.A 123<br />

Ferrari Land - Port Aventura World 4.2 104<br />

FerryKnowHow GmbH 18. 111<br />

FETHIYE 3.2 201<br />

FeWo-Channelmanager /<br />

SECRA Bookings GmbH 6.1 120<br />

FH Joanneum Institut Gesundheits- und<br />

Tourismusmanagement 11.1 306<br />

Fibula Er Travel - Skopje 1.2 201<br />

Fiditour 26.C 311<br />

FIFA Museum AG<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

Fiji Airways GSA Europe & UK 5.2A 103<br />

Fiji Tourism 5.2A 103<br />

Filmpark Babelsberg GmbH 12. 101<br />

Filokypros Character Houses Ltd. 2.2 111, 111a<br />

Filos Holidays & Travel 2.2 101<br />

Finca Cortesin, Hotel, Golf & Spa 5.3 106<br />

Finn Andalus Travel<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Finnair 18. 128a<br />

Finnlines Passagierdienst 18. 107<br />

Finolhu<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Firmatour 1.2 104<br />

First Car Rental and Sixt Rent a Car SA 20. 138<br />

First Hotels 18. 128d<br />

First Sun Mallorca Hotels -<br />

Asociacion Hotelera Capdepera 4.2 120<br />

First Travel Cambodia 26.B 225<br />

Fischereihafen-Betriebsgesellschaft mbH 6.2A 101<br />

Fisherman Tours and Travel Ltd. 21.A 123<br />

Fisherman’s Cove 20. 130<br />

Fisherman’s Point 3.1 142g<br />

FIT América Latina - Argentina 1.1 207<br />

FIT Reisen 25. 127<br />

FITUR, Feria International de Turismo 4.2 101,101a<br />

Five Forty Aviation 21.A 120<br />

Fiyord Tour 3.2 109<br />

Fjord Line 18. 128d<br />

Fjord Norway 18. 128d<br />

FKLM Ethiopia tours 21.A 121<br />

Hall 8.1.<br />

Stand 131<br />

Flair Hotels e.V. 8.1 131<br />

Flame of Africa 20. 106<br />

Flamenco Hotels & Resorts Egypt 23.A 108<br />

Flamingo Cancun Resort 1.1 101<br />

Flash Tour 23.A 116<br />

FlatsWire 6.1 145<br />

Fleming’s Hotel München City 9. 120<br />

Fletcher Hotels 10.2 102<br />

Flevoland.de 10.2 102<br />

Flightlink Limited 21.A 122<br />

Flipper Viaggi S.a.s. 1.2 107<br />

Flocert 4.1 214<br />

FLORA TOUR 7.2B 103<br />

Flores Destination Management Organisation 26.A 122, 123<br />

Floressa Bali Tours 26.A 122, 123<br />

Florian Travel 7.2B 103<br />

Florida Keys & Key West 3.1 205<br />

Florida Keys & Key West 2.1 315<br />

Floris Suite Hotel 3.1 135<br />

fluege.de 8.1 112<br />

Flughafen <strong>Berlin</strong>-Brandenburg 12. 101<br />

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Flughafen Bremen GmbH 6.2A 101<br />

Flughafen Dresden GmbH 11.2 104<br />

Flughafen Düsseldorf GmbH 8.2 103d<br />

Flughafen Erfurt GmbH 11.2 103<br />

Flughafen Frankfurt-Hahn /<br />

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport 25. 124<br />

Flughafen Friedrichshafen GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

Flughafen Hannover - Langenhagen GmbH 6.2A 103<br />

Flughafen Leipzig/Halle 11.2 104<br />

Flughafen Paderborn/Lippstadt GmbH 8.2 102b<br />

Flughafen Saarbrücken 8.2 202a<br />

Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

Flussbett Hotel 9. 110<br />

FlyCar & Iglootel 18. 108<br />

FMO Flughafen Münster / Osnabrück GmbH 8.2 102b<br />

Focke Museum - Bremer Landesmuseum<br />

für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte 6.2A 101<br />

Focus Asia Cambodia 26.A 110<br />

Focus Asia Indonesia 26.A 110<br />

Focus Asia Laos 26.A 110<br />

Focus Asia Myanmar 26.A 110<br />

Focus Asia Thailand 26.A 110<br />

Focus Asia Vietnam 26.A 110<br />

Focus Asia Yunnan 26.A 110<br />

Focus Travel 26.C 332<br />

Fodele Beach & Water Park Holiday Resort 2.2 101<br />

Fofoti Tours 3.1 134<br />

Fondation Beyeler 16. 104<br />

Fontanestadt Neuruppin Tourismus-<br />

Service Bürgerbahnhof GmbH 12. 101<br />

Food and Travel Magazine 14.1 111<br />

Food in Tour 1.2 104<br />

Footprint Travel 26.C 326<br />

Footsteps in Africa 20. 120<br />

For You Travel 25. 134<br />

Forest Hotel 18. 108<br />

Foresters Arms Hotel 20. 113<br />

Forever Resorts 20. 138<br />

Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau 2.1 425<br />

Fort Young Hotel 3.1 137<br />

Fortuna Tours DMC Mostar 1.2 212<br />

forumandersreisen 4.1 203<br />

Forvol International Services Ltd. 22.A 208<br />

Four Points by Sheraton 22.A 208<br />

Four Points By Sheraton Bali Kuta 26.A 122, 123<br />

Four Seasons Hotel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Four Seasons Resorts Bali 26.A 122, 123<br />

Foxes Safari Camps 21.A 122<br />

FOX-TOURS Reisen GmbH 25. 151<br />

Franckesche Stiftungen zu Halle 11.2 101<br />

FRANCO BOX Srl 1.2 107<br />

Frankenauer Hof 9. 110<br />

Frankenland Reisen 25. 101<br />

FrankenTourismus 6.2B 304<br />

Franken-Wein.Schöner.Land! 6.2B 304<br />

Frankfurt Airport 7.2C 102<br />

Frankfurter Personenschiffahrt Primus-Linie 7.2C 101<br />

Fraport Twin Star Airport Managment AD 15.1 101<br />

Fredericksburg & Convention Visitor Bureau 2.1 425<br />

Freehand 4.1 102<br />

Freiburg Wirtschaft Touristik<br />

und Messe GmbH & Co. KG 6.2B 202<br />

Freizeitpark Efteling 10.2 102<br />

Fremad Russia 25. 139<br />

Fremdenverkehrsamt der Extremadura 4.2 101,101a<br />

Fremdenverkehrsamt Lanzarote 4.2 203<br />

Fremdenverkehrsamt Malta 16. 100<br />

Fremen Tours 1.1 206<br />

French America Line 2.1 261<br />

French National Monuments<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

French Travel Partners 2.2 201, 201a<br />

French University of Tourism TOURISM<br />

RESEARCH & HIGHER EDUCATION<br />

ASSOCIATION - AsTRES 11.1 307<br />

freshcells systems engineering GmbH 6.1 133<br />

FRHI Hotels & Resorts 9. 309<br />

Fribourg Region Freiburger Tourismusverband 17. 101,101a-c<br />

Fridays Boracay 26.A 101, 134<br />

FRIENDS ADVENTURE TEAM (P.) LTD 5.2A 110<br />

friends hotels & more 8.1 117<br />

FTKP Wakatobi 26.A 122, 123<br />

Fuego Travel 3.2 201<br />

Fuerte Hotels<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Fuerteventura Fremdenverkehrsamt 4.2 203<br />

Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa Al Aqah Beach 9. 308<br />

Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa Al Aqah Beach 22.A 102<br />

Fujairah Tourism & Antiquities Authority<br />

Government of Fujairah, U.A.E 22.A 102<br />

Fulda - Tourismus<br />

und Kongressmanagement 7.2C 101<br />

Fundación Municipal Turismo para Cuenca. 1.1 110<br />

Fundación Siglo para el Turismo y<br />

las Artes de Castilla y Leon 4.2 101,101a<br />

Funke Medien NRW GmbH 14.1 101<br />

Furahia Tanzania Safari and Trekking Ltd. 21.A 122<br />

Furama Hotels International<br />

Management Pte Ltd 26.A 114<br />

Furama Resort & Furama Villas Danang 26.C 330<br />

Furaveri Island Resort & Spa 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Furnace Creek Resort 2.1 435<br />

Fürth, Tourist-Information 6.2B 305<br />

Fusion Hotel 7.2B 102a-b<br />

Füssen Tourismus und Marketing 6.2B 308<br />

Futouris e. V. - die Nachhaltigkeitsinitiative 10.1 117<br />

fvw 11.1 214<br />

fvw 10.1 121<br />

fvw Akademie 10.1 121<br />

FVW Medien GmbH 10.1 121<br />

fvw Stellenmarkt 11.1 214<br />

fvw Stellenmarkt 10.1 121<br />

G<br />

Gadis Italia 1.2 113<br />

Gador Viajes 1.1 208<br />

GAdventures 4.1 102<br />

Gaeltacht Reisen 18. 122<br />

GAL Montefeltro Sviluppo 1.2 117<br />

Galacruises Expeditions 1.1 110<br />

Galapagos Experience 1.1 110<br />

Galapagos-Ecuador by EQ Touring 1.1 110<br />

Galaxy Travel & Tours Services 21.A 107<br />

Galaxy Travel Company 2.1 124<br />

Galeri Resort Hotel 3.2 201<br />

Galextur 1.1 110<br />

Galileo 3000 17. 109<br />

Gallano Resort Umbria 1.2 114<br />

Galo Resort Hotels 2.2 208b<br />

Gambia Tourism Board 21.A 104<br />

Gamma Touristic & Trade 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Gangehi Island Resort<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

GAP Adventure Nepal P. LTD 5.2A 110<br />

GAPA Travel 3.1 238<br />

Gardaland Resort 1.2 226<br />

Gardasee-Garda Unico 1.2 226<br />

Garden Holiday Village 4.2 103<br />

Garden Lodge 20. 106<br />

Gardesh afarinan Pars 7.2A 100<br />

Gardeshgari melat 7.2A 100<br />

Garibaldi Overseas Ltd<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Gartenträume - Historische Parks<br />

in Sachsen-Anhalt e.V. 11.2 101<br />

Gartour by HTS GRP 1.2 115<br />

Garuda Indonesia 25. 130<br />

Gashttour Travel Agency 7.2A 100<br />

Gasteinertal Tourismus GmbH 17. 103<br />

Gastwerk Hotel Hamburg 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Gateway Bolivia 1.1 206<br />

Gateway Brazil GmbH 1.1 204<br />

Gateway N.V. 8.1 122<br />

Gauja National Park 18. 126a<br />

Gay <strong>Berlin</strong> 12. 101<br />

Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality 3.2 106<br />

GCB German Convention Bureau e.V. 12. 102<br />

GCH Hotel Group 9. 203<br />

GD Incentives GmbH 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Gebeco GmbH & Co. KG 25. 109<br />

Gebeco Länder erleben 25. 109<br />

Gefinor Rotana 9. 308<br />

GEIOS AG 6.2B 301<br />

GEKA (Güney Ege Kalkinma Ajansi) 3.2 201<br />

Gema Tours S.A.<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag 10.2 102<br />

Gemeinde Hrabusice National<br />

Park Slowakisches Paradies 7.2B 103<br />

Gemini Tours & Travel<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Generaldirektion Kulturelles Erbe Rheinland-Pfalz 8.2 201b<br />

Generator Hostels 9. 301<br />

Genesis Tours 23.B 203<br />

Gent Hotels 10.2 103<br />

Geo Reisen Ecuador 1.1 110<br />

Geo Travel Company 2.1 124<br />

Geoplan Touristik GmbH 25. 139<br />

George Steuart Travels Ltd<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

George Turism 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Georgia Aquarium 2.1 345<br />

Georgia Tourism 2.1 345<br />

Georgian Discovery Tours 15.1 103<br />

Georgian DMC 15.1 103<br />

Georgian National Tourism Administration 15.1 103<br />

Georgian Travel 15.1 103<br />

GeorgiCa Travel 15.1 103<br />

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Geovita SA 15.1 100<br />

GEPOET General Pan-Hellenic Federation<br />

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Ger to Ger Responsible Tourism Agency 4.1 243<br />

GeraNova Bruckmann Verlagshaus GmbH 10.2 106<br />

Germania 25. 164<br />

Gesundheitsagentur NRW GmbH 8.2 102b<br />

GETOB South Aegean Hoteliers Association<br />

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Gewandhaus zu Leipzig 11.2 102<br />

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Ghana Forestry Commission 21.A 106<br />

Ghana Tourism Authority 21.A 106<br />

Ghana Tourist Development Company 21.A 106<br />

Ghion Travel & Tours PLC 21.A 102a<br />

Ghion Travel and Tours Pvt. Ltd. Co. 5.3 103<br />

Ghoghnos Tour & Travel Agency 7.2A 100<br />

Ghoha Hills 20. 106<br />

Giant’s Causeway/ Causeway Coast<br />

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GIATA GmbH 5.1 100<br />

Gibraltar Tourist Board 2.2 114<br />

Giglio Travel s.r.l 1.2 116<br />

Gilan Tourism Company 2.1 124<br />

Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Depa 5.2A 115<br />

Gili Lankanfushi Maldives<br />

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Gili Lankanfushi Maldives 4.1 222<br />

GIRTAB (Giresun Turizm Altyapi Hizmet Birligi) 3.2 201<br />

GJ Travel 18. 128c<br />

Glasmuseum Frauenau 16. 102<br />

Glatzer Kurorte Polnische Kurortgruppe 15.1 100<br />

Glen Helen Homestead Lodge 5.2A 114<br />

Glion Institute of Higher Education 11.1 308<br />

Glion London Institute of Higher Education 11.1 308<br />

Global Communication Experts GmbH 5.3 111<br />

Global Destination Management Corporation 26.C 311<br />

Global Discovery B.V. 1.1 104b<br />

Global Encounters 4.1 102<br />

Global Finanz Consult Zanzibar Ltd. 21.A 123<br />

Global SafeTrack Systems 6.1 117<br />

Global Touch 8.1 113a<br />

Global View Consult 21.A 106<br />

Globetrotter Ausrüstung GmbH 4.1 228<br />

Globus Travel 1.2 214<br />

Globus Travel Agency 2.1 124<br />

Globus Voyages Maroc 21.B 208<br />

Gloria Hotel and Residences 22.A 103<br />

Gloria Hotels & Resorts 25. 145<br />

GMB Lasam Travel Agency 26.A 101, 134<br />

GMT-Travel <strong>Berlin</strong> GmbH 25. 169<br />

GNV - Grandi Navi Veloci 1.2 225<br />

Go Basquing 4.2 114<br />

Go Galapagaos - Kleintours 1.1 219<br />

Go Galapagos 1.1 110<br />

Go Galilee 23.B 203<br />

Go Global Travel LTD. 9. 219<br />

Go Indochine 26.C 314<br />

Go New York Tours 2.1 490<br />

GO Rentals New Zealand 5.2A 114<br />

Go Thailand Tours Co., Ltd. 26.B 221<br />

Go Travel AS 18. 126c<br />

Go Uganda Safaris Limited 21.A 119<br />

Go Vacation Indonesia 26.B 224<br />

Go Vacation Sri Lanka 26.B 224<br />

Go Vacation Thailand 26.B 224<br />

Go West Tours 2.1 561<br />

Goa Tourism 5.2B 224<br />

Gobalkans Travel DOOEL - Skopje 1.2 201<br />

Göbel’s Hotel AquaVita 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Hotel Brauhaus zum Löwen 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Hotel Quellenhof 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Hotel Rodenberg 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Landhotel Willingen 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Posthotel Rotenburg 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Schlosshotel Prinz von Hessen 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Seehotel Diemelsee 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Sophien Hotel 7.2C 101<br />

Göbel’s Vital Hotel Bad Sachsa 7.2C 101<br />

Gobierno de Aragón 4.2 101,101a<br />

Gobierno de Navarra 4.2 101,101a<br />

Goeres Group Luxembourg 10.2 101<br />

GoES Travel 4.1 116<br />

Go-Etna S.r.l. 4.1 234<br />

GoingRussia 2.1 120<br />

Gold Zanzibar Beach House & Spa 21.A 122<br />

Goldcar Rental 4.2 101,101a<br />

Golden Beach Village 20. 107<br />

Golden Express Tours Ltd 26.B 230<br />

Golden Foundation Tours Corp. 26.A 130<br />

Golden Leaf Hotels München 6.2B 315, 316<br />

Golden Ring Hotel Moscow 2.1 120<br />

Golden Sand Resort & Spa Hoi An 26.C 311<br />

Golden Sands Hotel Apartments 22.A 103<br />

Golden Star<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Golden Trip Travels & Tours Co., Ltd 26.A 103<br />

Golden Tulip 22.B 200<br />

GOLDEN TULIP 22.A 104<br />

Golden Tulip Hotels, Suites & Resorts 22.A 101, 101a<br />

Goldhotels 3.2 201<br />

Gölköy Yasam Resort 3.2 109<br />

Gondwana Collection Namibia 20. 114<br />

Gondwana Collection Namibia 20. 114<br />

GoNorth 18. 128c<br />

GoNorth Alaska Travel Center 2.1 302<br />

GoNorth Alaska Travel Center 2.1 302<br />

Gooderson Leisure 20. 134<br />

Gooderson Leisure 20. 134<br />

Gorgonia Beach Marsa Alam 23.A 100<br />

Gorillas and Wildlife Safaris 21.A 119<br />

Gosheni Safaris & Travel (T) Limited 21.A 122<br />

Göteborg & Co 18. 128e<br />

Government Tourism Office Zanzibar 21.A 123<br />

Governors’ Camps 20. 111<br />

Governorship of Cankiri 3.2 109<br />

Governorship of Kastamonu 3.2 109<br />

Governorship of Sinop 3.2 109<br />

goXplore with Gebeco 25. 109<br />

Grace Hotels Group 2.2 101<br />

Grafenstein Freizeitund<br />

Tourismuswerbung GmbH 5.3 107<br />

Grafschaft Bentheim Tourismus e.V. 6.2A 103<br />

Gran Canaria Fremdenverkehrsamt 4.2 203<br />

Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque Resort 4.2 119, 203<br />

Gran Melia Golf Resort Puerto Rico 2.1 316<br />

Granada Luxury Resort 3.2 201<br />

Granada Tourist Board<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort 26.A 122, 123<br />

Grand Canyon Tour and Travel 2.1 445<br />

Grand Holidays Ethiopia Tours PLC 21.A 121<br />

Grand Hotels 23.B 203<br />

GRAND HOTELS LUX 1.1 208<br />

Grand Hyatt 22.A 103<br />

Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi 9. 218<br />

Grand Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel<br />

and Residences 22.B 210<br />

Grand Hyatt Bali 9. 218<br />

Grand Hyatt Bali 26.A 122, 123<br />

Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel Martinez 9. 218<br />

Grand Hyatt Doha 9. 218<br />

Grand Hyatt Dubai & Hyatt Regency<br />

Dubai Creek Heights 9. 218<br />

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Grand India Travel Advisors Pvt. Ltd.,<br />

GITA P. Ltd. Tours<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Grand India Travel Advisors Pvt. Ltd.,<br />

GITA P. Ltd. Tours<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Grand Isle Resort 3.1 141<br />

Grand Lotus Tours 26.B 201<br />

Grand Millennium Al Wahda Abu Dhabi 22.B 210<br />

Grand Nikko Bali 26.A 122, 123<br />

Grand Pacific Sovereign Resort & Spa, Cha Am 26.B 221<br />

Grand Residences Riviera Cancun 1.1 101<br />

Grand Rotana Resort & Spa 9. 308<br />

Grand Whiz Hotel Nusa Dua 26.A 122, 123<br />

Grande Albergo Ausonia & Hungaria 1.2 226<br />

Grande Centre Point Hotel Ratchadamri 26.B 221<br />

Grandis-City 2.1 120<br />

GrandResort<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau 2.1 425<br />

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17. 101,101a-c<br />

Gray Line 9. 306<br />

Gray Line Iceland 18. 128c<br />

GrayLine/CitySightseeing New York 2.1 511<br />

Great Lakes of North America 2.1 474<br />

Great Rivers Country, Illionois 2.1 375<br />

Great Silk Road Tours c/o Edelweiss Travel 2.1 116<br />

Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention<br />

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Greater Fort Lauderdale CVB 2.1 315<br />

Greater Houston CVB 2.1 425<br />

Greater Miami CVB 2.1 315<br />

Greater Palm Springs Convention<br />

& Visitors Bureau 2.1 435<br />

Greco Deltanet Services 2.2 119<br />

Grecotel 2.2 101<br />

Grecotel Cape Sounio 2.2 110<br />

GreekHolidays.travel 2.2 116<br />

Green Alligator travel & events AG 3.1 220<br />

Green Apple Travel Company 2.1 124<br />

Green Blue Red 3.1 231<br />

Green City Hotel Vauban 9. 110<br />

Green Ilgaz Turizm Seyahat Acentesi 3.2 109<br />

Green Safaris 20. 133<br />

Green Tiger GmbH 26.C 325<br />

Green Travel International Travel Agency 2.2 209<br />

Green Visions 4.1 225<br />

Green Wood Beach Resort 3.1 141<br />

Greenland Travel 4.1 213<br />

GreenLine Hotels GmbH 4.1 228a<br />

green-solutions GmbH & Co.KG 6.1 120<br />

Greenwich Travel Club Company 2.1 124<br />

Greifswald -Universitäts- und Hansestadt 6.2A 106<br />

Griechische Zentrale für Fremdenverkehr 2.2 101,101a<br />

GRIMMWELT Kassel GmbH 16. 100<br />

Grosvenor House, A Luxury Collection Hotel 22.A 103<br />

Groundline GmbH Global Cities. Local Tickets 18. 123, 125<br />

Group Promotions Ltd. 3.1 142a<br />

Group Tours 15.1 100<br />

Groupe Pierre & Vacances /<br />

Center Parcs Germany GmbH<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Groupon International Travel GmbH 9. 105<br />

GRT Hotels & Resorts 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Grün <strong>Berlin</strong> GmbH 12. 101<br />

Grüne Hauptstadt Essen 2017 8.2 101b<br />

Gruner + Jahr GmbH & Co. KG 9. 214<br />

Grünes Klima 3.1 230<br />

Grupo Ciudades Patrimonio<br />

de la Humanidad de España 4.2 101,101a<br />

Grupo Four Views Hotels 2.2 208b<br />

Grupo Hotusa 9. 320<br />

Grupo Meca 1.1 101<br />

Grupo Pachira - Tortuguero<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Grupotel Alcudia Suite 4.2 103<br />

Grupotel Amapola 4.2 103<br />

Grupotel Los Principes & Spa 4.2 103<br />

Grupotel Natura Playa 4.2 103<br />

Grupotel Parc Natural 4.2 103<br />

GT Travel - Gudmundur Tyrfingsson 18. 128c<br />

GTP - Greek Travel Pages 2.2 101<br />

GTW Grimm Touristik Wetzlar GmbH 25. 101<br />

Guadeloupe Comité du Tourisme 3.1 136<br />

Guadeloupe Fremdenverkehrsbüro 3.1 136<br />

Guanajuato, Gobierno del Estado de 1.1 101<br />

Guangdong Nanhu International<br />

Travel Service Co Ltd 26.C 312<br />

Guatemala Heart of the Mayan World 3.1 232<br />

Guayaquil es mi Destino 1.1 110<br />

GUBSE AG 8.1 136<br />

GUBSE AG Delegación España 8.1 136<br />

Guennewig Hotel Bristol Bonn 9. 110<br />

Guennewig Hotel Bristol Mainz 9. 110<br />

Guennewig Hotel Chemnitzer Hof 9. 110<br />

Guennewig Hotel Esplanade 9. 110<br />

Guennewig Hotel Residence 9. 110<br />

Guennewig Hotel Uebachs 9. 110<br />

Guennewig Kommerz Hotel 9. 110<br />

GuestU 6.1 109<br />

Gujarat Tourism Tourism<br />

Corporation of Gujarat LTD.<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Gulf Air 23.B 201<br />

Gulf Hotels Group 23.B 201<br />

Gulliver Expeditions 1.1 110<br />

Gulliver Travel 1.2 227<br />

Gulliver Travel 25. 131<br />

Günnewig Hotels & Restaurants 9. 110<br />

Güral Premier Hotels & Resorts 3.2 138<br />

H<br />

H RESORT 20. 130<br />

H&H Touristik GmbH<br />

25. 101, 101a-b<br />

H. Top Hotels 4.2 202<br />

H.A.T.T.A. Hellenic Association<br />

of Travel & Tourist Agencies 2.2 101<br />

H10 Hotels 4.2 118<br />

h2c GmbH 8.1 117<br />

HA Hessen Agentur GmbH 7.2C 101<br />

Haad Tien Beach Resort, Koh Tao 26.B 221<br />

HAAGA-HELIA ammattikorkeakoulu OY 11.1 304<br />

Haarlem Marketing 10.2 102<br />

Haas Marketing & Communcation 5.3 114<br />

Habesha Tour Operatours 21.A 121<br />

Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa 22.A 103<br />

Habtoor Hotels 22.A 103<br />

Hacienda La Danesa 1.1 110<br />

HADAG Seetouristik und Fährdienst AG 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hagoos Basque Country DMC 4.2 114<br />

Hai Au Aviation 26.C 319<br />

Haikko Manor & Spa 18. 128b<br />

Haiti, Ministry of Tourism 3.1 240<br />

HALA Abu Dhabi 22.B 211<br />

Hala Arjaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Halberstadt Information 11.2 101<br />

Half Moon, A RockResort 3.1 142b<br />

Halkidiki Halkidiki Tourism Organisation 2.2 101<br />

Hallo Tourist! Westfalica-Verlag GmbH 14.1 102<br />

Hallwag Kümmerly+Frey AG 10.2 106<br />

Haman Scandinavia AS 18. 128e<br />

Hamburg Airport 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hamburg Convention Bureau GmbH 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hamburg Cruise Center e.V. 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hamburg Tourismus GmbH 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hamburger Abendblatt /<br />

Zeitungsgruppe Hamburg GmbH 14.1 101<br />

Hamburger Stadtrundfahrten<br />

Die Roten Doppeldecker GmbH 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hamburger Symphoniker 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hamburgische Staatsoper 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hampshire Hotels 10.2 102<br />

Hampton by Hilton Hotels 9. 316<br />

Hanatour Japan, Inc 26.A 129<br />

Hand Picked Hotels Jersey 18. 124<br />

Handspan 26.C 325<br />

Hanging Gardens of Bali 26.A 122, 123<br />

Hankyu Hanshin Daiichi Hotel Group 26.A 129<br />

HANKYU TRAVEL 26.A 129<br />

Hannover Marketing & Tourismus GmbH 6.2A 103<br />

Hans Brinker Hostels 4.1 102<br />

Hans Brinker Hotel & Hostels 10.2 102<br />

Hansa Touristik GmbH 25. 167<br />

Hansar Samui Resort & Spa 26.B 221<br />

HanseMerkur Reiseversicherung AG 25. 168<br />

Hansmann PR 5.3 112<br />

Hapag-Lloyd Kreuzfahrten GmbH 25. 119<br />

Happy Nations Tour 21.A 121<br />

Happy Tours 1.2 214<br />

Happy Trails Indonesia 26.A 122, 123<br />

Happy Trails Malaysia Tours 26.A 121<br />

Haranah Tours 26.A 101, 134<br />

Harbour Plaza Hotels & Resorts 26.A 107<br />

Hard Rock Cafe Hamburg 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana 3.1 131<br />

Hard Rock Hotel Bali 26.A 122, 123<br />

Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya 26.B 218<br />

Hard Rock International 9. 301<br />

Haria Geoturismo Natural Sostenible 4.1 247<br />

Harmony Makadi Bay Hotel 23.A 100<br />

Haryana Tourism Corporation Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Harzer Schmalspurbahnen GmbH 11.2 101<br />

Harzer Tourismusverband e. V. 11.2 101<br />

Hattusa Astyra Thermal Resort & Spa 3.2 105<br />

Haugan Cruises/ La Selva Junglelodge 1.1 110<br />

Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik<br />

Deutschland 8.2 103b<br />

Haus der Spezialisten GbR c/o Venter Tours 26.C 322<br />

Haus Müllestumpe 9. 110<br />

Haus vom Guten Hirten 9. 110<br />

Hauser Exkursionen international GmbH 4.1 203<br />

Havas tour service The travel agency 2.1 119<br />

Hawaii Tourism Europe 2.1 215<br />

Hawk Rent a Car 26.A 121<br />

Hawk Travels (Pvt.) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Hayleys Tours<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

HEAD GROUP 4.2 203<br />

Healing-Travel 5.2B 251<br />

Health Capital <strong>Berlin</strong> 12. 101<br />

HealthRegion Freiburg 6.2B 202<br />

Hegau Tourismus e.V. 6.2B 202<br />

Heidelberg Marketing GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

Heights Resort Jabal Shems 22.B 200<br />

Heilbad Podebrady 7.2B 102a-b<br />

Heilbronn Marketing GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

Heineken Experience 10.2 102<br />

Helden DMC 2.2 101<br />

Helena Resort 15.1 101<br />

Helilagon (Mauritius) Ltd 20. 129<br />

Helios Hotels & Resorts 2.2 101<br />

Helipass<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Hellas Vacances 4.1 116<br />

Hellenic Island Services 2.2 102<br />

Helnan International Hotels 23.A 100<br />

Henri Hotel Hamburg Downtown 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Henri Willig Käse 10.2 102<br />

Herden Studienreisen 4.1 105<br />

Hereke Travel 3.2 201<br />

Heritage Hotels 21.A 120<br />

Heritage Line CO.LTD. 26.B 223a<br />

HEROLÉ-Reisen GmbH 4.1 113<br />

Herrnhuter Sterne GmbH 11.2 102<br />

Hertz Autovermietung GmbH 9. 304<br />

Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum 16. 104<br />

Herzogtum Lauenburg Marketing<br />

und Service GmbH 6.2A 105<br />

Hess Travel Ethiopian PLC 21.A 121<br />

Hessen - Frankfurt Rhein-Main - Wiesbaden<br />

c/o HA Hessen Agentur GmbH 7.2C 101<br />

Hessischer Heilbäderverband e.V. 7.2C 101<br />

Hessischer Tourismusverband e.V. 7.2C 101<br />

Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt 16. 101<br />

hetras Deutschland GmbH 8.1 117<br />

HG Travel 26.C 323<br />

HGH Travel 26.A 118<br />

H-Hotels.com 8.1 118<br />

Hi Bolivia! Travel & Tours 1.1 206<br />

Hi Tours (India) Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 222<br />

Hiddenseer Hafen- und Kurbetrieb<br />

Seebad Insel Hiddensee 18. 106<br />

Hideaway Beach Resort & Spa 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

HIDEAWAYS HOTELS Collection 5.3 104<br />

Highline Tours & Travel 20. 119<br />

Hildesheim Marketing GmbH 16. 103<br />

Hili Rayhaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Hilton Abu Dhabi 22.B 210<br />

Hilton Aruba Resort Casino & Spa 3.1 134<br />

Hilton Athens 9. 316<br />

Hilton Brussels City 10.2 104<br />

Hilton Brussels City Hotel 9. 316<br />

Hilton Caribbean & Latin America 3.1 132<br />

Hilton Colon Quito & Hilton Colon Guayaquil 9. 316<br />

Hilton Copenhagen Airport 9. 316<br />

Hilton Curaçao 3.1 135<br />

Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa 3.2 201<br />

Hilton Dresden 9. 316<br />

Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Residence 22.A 103<br />

Hilton French Polynesia 5.2A 105<br />

Hilton Garden Inn Hotels 9. 316<br />

Hilton Garden Inn San José La Sabana 3.1 236, 236b<br />

Hilton Garden Inn Tanger City Center,<br />

Morocco 21.B 208<br />

Hilton Giardini Naxos 9. 316<br />

Hilton Head Island/Bluffton VCB 2.1 340<br />

Hilton Helsinki Kalastajatorppa,<br />

Hilton Helsinki Strand & Helsinki Airport 9. 316<br />

Hilton Hotel Dubai Creek 22.A 103<br />

Hilton Hotel Seychelles 20. 130<br />

Hilton Hotels Dubai 22.A 103<br />

Hilton Hotels United Arab Emirates<br />

Worldwide 9. 316<br />

Hilton Kuwait Resort 22.A 208<br />

Hilton Malta 1.2 222<br />

Hilton Malta 9. 316<br />

Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa 20. 129<br />

Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa 9. 316<br />

Hilton Molino Stucky Venice 9. 316<br />

Hilton Myanmar 26.B 201<br />

Hilton Ngapali Resort & Spa 9. 316<br />

Hilton Ras Al Khaimah<br />

22.A 101, 101a<br />

Hilton Sa Torre Mallorca 9. 316<br />

Hilton Tanger City Center &<br />

Garten Inn Tanger City Center 9. 316<br />

Hilton Vienna, Hilton Vienna Plaza, Hilton<br />

Vienna Danube Waterfront, Hilton Innsbruck 9. 316<br />

Hilton Vilamoura 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide Hotels Africa & Indian Ocean 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide Hotels India 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide Hotels Istanbul 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide Hotels Japan 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide Hotels Seychelles 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide Hotels Thailand 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide Hotels-Egypt 9. 316<br />

Hilton Worldwide Southern Africa 20. 138<br />

Hilton Worldwide Thailand 26.B 221<br />

Hilton Worldwide-Egypt 23.A 100<br />

Himaland Adventure Treks P. Ltd. 5.2A 110<br />

HIMALAYAN TRAVEL EXPERTS 26.C 305<br />

Hipotels 4.2 101,101a<br />

Hirschfeld Touristik Event GmbH<br />

& Co. KG 8.1 101<br />

Historic Environment Scotland 18. 123, 125<br />

Historic Royal Palaces 18. 123, 125<br />

Historische Museen Hamburg 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal 8.2 103b<br />

Historisches Museum der Pfalz 8.2 201b<br />

Historisches Museum Regensburg 6.2B 309-311<br />

HIT Alpinea 17. 109<br />

HIT Group 17. 109<br />

HitchHiker GmbH 5.1 124<br />

Hitit Ayas Thermal&Spa 3.2 105<br />

Hivernage Hotel & Spa 21.B 208<br />

HLX Touristik GmbH 25. 149<br />

HMS Hotel Management<br />

Services International GmbH 9. 303<br />

Ho Tram Beach Resort & Spa 26.A 110<br />

Hoa Binh Tourist 26.C 311<br />

Hochschule Bremen 11.1 215<br />

Hochschule Fresenius 11.1 111<br />

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Chur,<br />

Institut für Tourismus und Freizeit 11.1 209<br />

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft<br />

des Saarlandes 11.1 207<br />

Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht <strong>Berlin</strong> 11.1 311<br />

Hochschule Harz 11.1 102<br />

Hochschule Heilbronn 11.1 204<br />

Hochschule Kempten 11.1 301a-b<br />

Hochschule München Fakultät für Tourismus 11.1 203<br />

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Hochschule Worms Fachbereich<br />

Touristik/Verkehrswesen 11.1 310<br />

Hochschule Zittau/Görlitz 11.1 217<br />

Hochschwarzwald Tourismus GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

HOCHsteiermark 17. 103<br />

Hod Hotel 23.B 203<br />

Hoffmanns Höfe 9. 110<br />

Hofgut Himmelreich 9. 110<br />

Hoist Group GmbH - hospitality innovations 6.1 128<br />

Hola Tours 1.1 101<br />

Hola Tours & Travel SLR 3.1 131<br />

Holiday Club Resorts Oy 18. 128b<br />

Holiday Extras GmbH 25. 139<br />

Holiday Inn Al Thuraya 22.A 208<br />

Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom 26.B 221<br />

Holiday Inn Downtown 22.A 208<br />

Holiday Inn Mauritius Airport 20. 129<br />

Holiday Inn Resort Aruba 3.1 134<br />

Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa 26.A 122, 123<br />

Holiday Inn Resort Krabi Ao Nang Beach 26.B 221<br />

Holiday Inn Resort Phuket 26.B 221<br />

Holiday Inn Salmiya 22.A 208<br />

Holiday Moments Tourism 22.A 103<br />

Holiday Shop Ltd. 15.1 101<br />

Holiday Travel 25. 131<br />

Holiday Travel Israel Ltd. 23.B 203<br />

Holiday World Hotels<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

HolidayPirates GmbH 25. 140<br />

Holidayreporter 8.1 112<br />

Holidays to Treasure 5.2B 214<br />

Holland Inbound 10.2 102<br />

Holland Sail / sailing2gether 10.2 102<br />

Holstein Tourismus e.V. 6.2A 105<br />

Homestay.com 6.1 101<br />

Honduras, Instituto Hondureño de Turismo 3.1 235<br />

Hong Kong King Shine Travel Int’l Co.Limited 26.A 107<br />

Hong Kong Tourism Board 26.A 107<br />

Honour Way 20. 120<br />

Horas Tours 26.A 122, 123<br />

Horba Hunting 2.1 113a<br />

Horizon Ethiopia Tour and Travel Plc 21.A 121<br />

Horizon Karon Beach Resort & Spa 26.B 210-212<br />

Hornblower Niagara Cruises 2.1 491<br />

Hospitality Pulse, Inc. 10.1 112a<br />

HospitalityInside GmbH 9. 109<br />

Hotel & Golf Bwa Chik 3.1 136<br />

Hotel & Résidence Mahogany 3.1 136<br />

Hotel & Restaurant Landhaus Flottbek 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hotel & Spa La Toubana 3.1 136<br />

Hotel am Kloster 9. 110<br />

Hotel am Schloss Ahrensburg 14.1 112<br />

Hotel Ambra Cortina 1.2 226<br />

Hotel and Laser Centre Európa<br />

fit superior - Hévíz 2.2 209<br />

Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg 9. 217<br />

Hotel Bachmair Weissach GmbH & Co KG 9. 312<br />

Hotel Beacon 2.1 405<br />

Hotel <strong>Berlin</strong> <strong>Berlin</strong> 9. 120<br />

Hotel Botánico & The Oriental Spa Garden 4.2 203<br />

Hotel C Suite****<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Hotel Capilla del Mar<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Hotel Caribe Cartagena<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Hotel Cartagena Plaza<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Hotel Cascais Miragem 2.2 208a<br />

Hotel Claudius 9. 110<br />

Hotel Club Tihany 2.2 209<br />

Hotel Collegium Leoninum /<br />

Nova Vita Residenz Bonn GmbH 8.2 103a<br />

Hotel Continental Saigon 26.C 333<br />

Hotel Crowne Plaza 1.1 114<br />

Hotel de Autor 1.1 112<br />

Hotel de France 18. 124<br />

Hotel Divniy 2.1 113a<br />

Hotel Eggers 9. 110<br />

Hotel Eggers 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hotel Equatorial Group 26.A 110<br />

Hotel Esplanade GmbH 8.1 101<br />

Hotel Excelsior-Monopol GmbH 7.2C 101<br />

Hotel Golf Village 3.1 136<br />

Hotel Granvia Kyoto 3.1 204b<br />

Hotel Habitation Grande Anse 3.1 136<br />

Hotel Hafen Hamburg 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hotel Henry 26.A 101, 134<br />

Hotel Holiday Inn 3.1 231<br />

Hotel ICON 26.A 107<br />

Hotel im Kornspeicher 9. 110<br />

Hotel Imperator****<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Hotel Iso Syöte & Safaris 18. 108<br />

Hotel Jalta a.s. 7.2B 102a-b<br />

Hotel Jen Tanglin 26.A 133<br />

Hotel Kolping 9. 110<br />

Hotel la Cochera 1.1 201<br />

Hotel la Creole Beach Resort & Spa 3.1 136<br />

Hotel Laguna Park & Agua Club 15.1 101<br />

Hotel Lake View Ashok 5.2B 247<br />

Hotel Langley Fort Royal 3.1 136<br />

Hotel Langley Fort Royale /<br />

co Des Hotels es Des Îles 3.1 136<br />

Hotel Las Margaritas 1.1 114<br />

Hotel Le Jardin Malanga 3.1 136<br />

Hotel Le Meridien N’Fis 21.B 208<br />

Hotel Le Tsilaosa 20. 132<br />

Hotel Leones Marinos 3.1 231<br />

Hotel Los Monteros<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Hotel Lugano Dante Center 17. 106<br />

Hotel Madero - Buenos Aires 1.1 208<br />

Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur 26.A 121<br />

Hotel Metro 2.1 405<br />

Hotel Miramare Sea Resort - Ischia 1.2 227<br />

HOTEL MS MAESTRANZA 4.2 121<br />

Hotel Mundial 2.2 208a<br />

Hotel Neptun Betriebsgesellschaft mbH 6.2A 106b<br />

Hotel NeuHaus 9. 110<br />

Hotel Nimotel*** Logis<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Hotel Oasis (Pvt.) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Hotel Online Tourism (Pvt) Ltd. 5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Hotel Parador Resort & Spa 3.1 236, 236b<br />

Hotel Ponte Sisto - International<br />

Hotel Management S.r.l. (I.H.M. srl.) 1.2 108<br />

Hotel Pradeep<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Hotel Quinta da Marinha Resort/<br />

Onyria Resorts 2.2 208a<br />

Hotel Résidence Le Vallon 3.1 136<br />

Hotel Restaurant Anders 9. 110<br />

Hotel Rio Serrano 1.1 201<br />

Hotel Rügenblick 9. 110<br />

Hotel Rural Casa Lugo 4.2 203<br />

Hotel Rural Predio Son Serra 4.2 103<br />

Hotel Ryoal Hoi An 26.A 118<br />

Hotel Sagitta 17. 106<br />

Hotel San Bada Resort & Spa<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Hotel San Francisco Spiaggia Rimini 1.2 104<br />

Hotel SportSchloss Velen 8.1 117<br />

Hotel St. Fridolin 9. 110<br />

Hotel St. Michael 9. 110<br />

Hotel SWALIBO 20. 132<br />

Hotel Terme Mioni Pezzato Prima Spa 1.2 226<br />

Hotel Terme Olympia 1.2 226<br />

Hotel Terme Venezia 1.2 226<br />

Hotel THB Torrequebrada<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Hotel The Vine 2.2 208a<br />

Hotel Veronesi La Torre- Calzedonia 1.2 226<br />

Hotel Victory Therme Erding 6.2B 315, 316<br />

Hotel Vila Ombak 26.A 122, 123<br />

Hotel Vinum 9. 110<br />

Hotel Vorbach 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Hotel Westfalenhaus 1.1 114<br />

Hotel y Club Punta Leona<br />

3.1 236, 236b<br />

Hotel Yangon 26.B 201<br />

Hotel Zlatibor MONA 2.2 211<br />

Hotelbeds 8.1 123<br />

HOTELEDUCATION.ch 11.1 309<br />

Hoteles Cumbres 1.1 201<br />

Hoteles Decameron<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Hoteles Elba 4.2 101,101a<br />

Hoteles Pabisa S.L.U. 4.2 101,101a<br />

Hotelfachschule Thun 11.1 309<br />

Hotelgruppe Budvanska Rivijera 1.2 221<br />

hotelkit GmbH 6.1 139<br />

hotelleriesuisse Swiss Hotel Association 17. 101,101a-c<br />

Hotelmatching 6.1 160a<br />

HotelMITCharme 17. 107<br />

HotelNetSolutions GmbH 10.1 120<br />

Hotelpartner Yield Management 10.1 106<br />

hotelreservierung.de 8.1 112<br />

Hotelroomauction.co.uk<br />

I Hotelkamerveiling.nl 10.1 115<br />

Hotels & Lodges (Tanzania) Limited 21.A 112<br />

Hotels and More Ltd. 18. 123, 125<br />

Hotels Balladins 2.2 201, 201a<br />

Hotels de Nimes<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

Hotels G 26.C 308<br />

Hotels Le Nautile Beach & Le Juliette Dodu 20. 132<br />

Hotels of Iceland 18. 128c<br />

Hotelschool the Hague -<br />

Hospitality Business School 11.1 216<br />

HotelsPro 9. 108<br />

Hotelverband Deutschland (IHA) 12. 102<br />

Hotix, Morocco, Tunisa 8.1 113a<br />

Hotusa Hotels 4.2 101,101a<br />

House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience 10.2 102<br />

Howard Hotels. Resorts. Suite. 26.A 130<br />

howtoistanbul.com (ICVB Istanbul) 3.2 201<br />

HQ plus 10.1 114<br />

HRC 7.2A 100<br />

HRS Group 9. 221<br />

HS Travel International Co. Ltd. 26.A 107<br />

HSM Lago Park 4.2 103<br />

HSMA Deutschland e.V. 8.1 117<br />

HST Tourism Consulting & Marketing 5.3 103<br />

HT Hotels 3.2 201<br />

HTP Orebic d.d. 1.2 203<br />

HTT Hungaricum Tours & Travel 2.2 209<br />

Hua Hin Marriott-Phuket Marriott<br />

Naiyang Bangkok 26.B 221<br />

hubermedia GmbH 6.1 122<br />

Huelva Tourist Board<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Hulhule Island Hotel<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Huma Island Resort & Spa 26.A 101, 134<br />

Hummingbird Travel Ltd.<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Hung Anh Travel 26.C 311<br />

Hungaria Concert Ltd 2.2 209<br />

Hunguest Hotels Zrt. 2.2 209<br />

Hunna Provincial Tourism Bureau 26.C 310<br />

Hunsrück-Touristik GmbH 8.2 201a<br />

HUP Zagreb Inc 1.2 216<br />

Hurtigruten GmbH 18. 128d<br />

Hussam Tours 23.B 202<br />

Hyatt Hotels and Resorts Thailand 26.B 221<br />

Hyatt Kuantan 26.A 121<br />

Hyatt Place Dubai / Baniyas Square 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Place Dubai/ Al Rigga 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Place Taghazout 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa and Casino 3.1 134<br />

Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Delhi 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Dubai 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Dubai 22.A 103<br />

Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights 22.A 103<br />

Hyatt Regency Hua Hin & The Barai 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Kathmandu 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Mumbai 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Regency Tokyo 9. 218<br />

Hyatt Services GmbH 9. 218<br />

I<br />

I LOVE NY Tourism 2.1 405<br />

Ias Tourist 1.2 104<br />

IATA 25. 153<br />

IBACAR Premium S.L. 4.2 101,101a<br />

Ibero Tours GmbH 1.2 202<br />

IIberostar Sunny Beach Resort<br />

Sunny Travel Club EOOD 15.1 101<br />

Iberotel Miramar Al Aqah Beach Resort 22.A 102<br />

Ibis One Central 22.A 103<br />

Ibiza Fremdenverkehrsamt 4.2 111<br />

IBIZA OLD TOWN 4.2 111<br />

IBM Deutschland GmbH 5.1 117<br />

Icebreaker Sampo and Kemi SnowCastle 18. 128b<br />

Iceland Travel<br />

18. 114, 114a<br />

Icelandair<br />

18. 114, 114a<br />

Icelandair Hotels Group<br />

18. 114, 114a<br />

Icelandic Farm Holidays 18. 128c<br />

IceWisdom International, LLC 4.1 215<br />

ICH Hotels<br />

2.2 201, 201a<br />

ICMI Collection 18. 123, 125<br />

ICS Travel Group 26.A 122, 123<br />

ICS Travel Group 26.B 226<br />

Idaho Tourism 2.1 255<br />

Idea Spa Travel Sp. z o.o. 15.1 100<br />

IDEAINDOCHINA TRAVEL 26.A 118<br />

Ideal Travel Ways 20. 131<br />

IDeaS 8.1 110<br />

Idiso Hotel Distribution 8.1 104<br />

IDM Südtirol - Alto Adige 1.2 215<br />

IDMS Tour Private Limited<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

IFA Hotels & Resorts 4.2 208<br />

IFA Villas Bávaro Resort & Spa 3.1 131<br />

IFH GmbH 8.1 117<br />

IGA <strong>Berlin</strong> 2017 GmbH 12. 101<br />

IGLTA - International Gay<br />

& Lesbian Travel Association 3.1 203a<br />

Ignas Tour AG - SPA 1.2 231<br />

IHG (Muscat & Crown Plaza Salalah) 22.B 200<br />

Ikarus Tours GmbH 25. 104<br />

Iksir Resort Town 3.2 109<br />

Ilanga Travel 20. 138<br />

Ile de La Réunion Tourisme 20. 132<br />

Illinois Office of Tourism 2.1 375<br />

Imágenes Tropicales, Travel Agency 3.1 236, 236b<br />

Imagepoint Ltd.,Russia 8.1 113a<br />

Imagine Ethiopia Tours 21.A 121<br />

Imagine NZ Travel 5.2A 114<br />

Imbat Group Hotels (The Grand<br />

Blue Sky International) 3.2 201<br />

ImmerQi 11.1 314<br />

Immigration, Refugees<br />

and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) 2.1 491<br />

Imperial Austria 17. 103<br />

Impression Tourism Services (India) Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Improtex Travel, Tours & Conferences 2.1 124<br />

Imvelo Safari Lodges 20. 136<br />

In Travel, Iscar Travel Services, S.L. 4.2 101,101a<br />

in.Stuttgart Veranstaltungsgesellschaft<br />

mbH & Co. KG 6.2B 202<br />

Inari-Saariselkä Tourism 18. 128b<br />

Inaya Putri Bali 26.A 122, 123<br />

Inbound Sumatra Travel 26.A 122, 123<br />

Inca Peru Travel 1.1 102<br />

Incema Travel Ltd.<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Incentive & Leisure Services 1.1 109<br />

Incoming AAB - All About Belgium 10.2 103<br />

Incoming Italia 1.2 103<br />

Incotour Group Oy 2.1 122<br />

Incredible Voyages (P) Ltd.<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Independent Holiday Hostels of Ireland 4.1 104<br />

India Exotica Travels Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

India Tourism<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

India Tourism Development Corp. ltd 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

India Tourism eCatalog 5.2B 245<br />

Indian Holiday Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 254<br />

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism<br />

Corporation Ltd. (IRCTC) - North Zone 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Indian Zing Tours Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 241<br />

Indien Aktuell 5.2B 258<br />

Indigo DMC Group<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Indigo Pearl 26.B 210-212<br />

INDIGO Reisen GmbH 8.1 112<br />

Indo Asia Tours 5.2B 227<br />

Indo Journeys Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 239<br />

Indochina Heritage Travel 26.B 225<br />

Indochina Legend Travel 26.C 311<br />

Indochina Sails Halong Huong Hai<br />

Group Co., Ltd. 26.C 332<br />

Indochina Travel Services Vietnam - ITS Vietnam 26.C 311<br />

Indoma Tours and Travel 21.A 123<br />

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Hall 26.A. Stand 122, 123<br />

Indonesia Ministry of Tourism 26.A 122, 123<br />

Indonesia Service 26.C 303<br />

Indura Beach & Golf Resort 3.1 235<br />

Infinity Journeys, Inc. 26.A 101, 134<br />

Infoba DMC 1.1 208<br />

infomax websolutions GmbH 6.2B 301<br />

Infor (Deutschland) GmbH 8.1 113a<br />

Information Advanced Solutions (IAS) 8.1 113a<br />

INFOX GmbH & Co. Informationslogistik KG 5.1 137<br />

InfraCert GmbH 4.1 228a<br />

Ingan Tours 5.2A 114<br />

Ingolstadt Tourismus und Kongress GmbH 6.2B 312, 313<br />

Ingolstadt Village 6.2B 312, 313<br />

INICIATIVAS E DESENVOLVIMENTO<br />

IMOBILIÁRIO - IDB BRASIL S.A 1.1 213<br />

Inkaland Tours E.I.R.L. 1.1 109<br />

Inkallpa Lodge & Spa 1.1 102<br />

Inkanatura Travel 1.1 102<br />

Inkarri Hostal 1.1 102<br />

INLE LAKE VIEW RESORT & SPA 26.B 201<br />

Inner Maldives Holidays<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Inner Monglia Tourism Administration 26.C 310<br />

Innlink 9. 207<br />

Innotality Group 26.A 118<br />

Innovation Norway 18. 128d<br />

Innovation Norway 16. 102<br />

INOVA Hospitality Management 2.2 110<br />

INSECIA GmbH 6.1 160e<br />

Insel Information GmbH Insel Hiddensee 18. 106<br />

Insight Australia Travel 5.2A 114<br />

INSPIRATION ZIMBABWE 20. 136<br />

Institut für Management und Tourismus der FHW 11.1 104<br />

Instituto de Turismo de la Región de Murcia 4.2 101,101a<br />

Instyle Travel - eine Marke der Go<br />

East Reisen GmbH 25. 139<br />

Intas Destination Management 26.A 101, 134<br />

IntegraBus 6.1 160b<br />

Intendencia Departamental de Maldonado 1.1 210<br />

Inter Continental Malta 1.2 222<br />

Interact for Information Technology 8.1 113a<br />

Interactive CMS GmbH 6.1 164<br />

Interactive Tours 21.A 122<br />

interCaribbean Airways Ltd 3.1 147<br />

Intercenter Group 2.1 101<br />

InterCity Hotel 9. 319<br />

Interconnection Travels 26.B 201<br />

Intercontinental & Maitai & Brando 5.2A 105<br />

InterContinental Abu Dhabi 22.B 210<br />

InterContinental Bali Resort 26.A 122, 123<br />

Intercontinental Bucharest 7.2B 101a-c<br />

InterContinental Hotels Group 23.A 100<br />

Intercontinental Hotels Group Jordan 23.B 202<br />

InterContinental Mauritius Resort 20. 129<br />

InterContinental San Juan Hotel 2.1 316<br />

InterContinental Wien 17. 103<br />

intercup GmbH Reisebüround<br />

Objekteinrichtung 24. 104<br />

InteRes GmbH 10.1 117<br />

InterExchange, Inc.- Intern and Trainee USA 11.1 314<br />

intergerma Hotels & Tagungsstätten /<br />

T&M Media GmbH 6 Co. KG 5.3 105<br />

Interholiday AG 25. 139<br />

Interlaken Tourismus<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

Interline Chauffeurservice Eschborn GmbH 7.2C 101<br />

Intern Abroad 11.1 314<br />

International Delphic Council 3.1 129<br />

International Hospitality Enterprises 2.1 316<br />

International Travel & Congresses 23.B 203<br />

Internationale Beethovenfeste Bonn gGmbH 8.2 103b<br />

Internationale Hochschule Bad<br />

Honnef Bonn GmbH 11.1 103<br />

Intersight Tours & Travels (P) Ltd. 5.2B 223<br />

Intertimes Group 2.1 122<br />

Intertours Nepal (P.) Ltd. 5.2A 111<br />

Intertravel Viaggi Lufthansa City Center 1.2 113<br />

Into the Glacier 18. 128c<br />

INTOAFRICA ECO TRAVEL LTD. 21.A 122<br />

Intour Maldives Pvt. Ltd.<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Intourist LLC 2.1 121<br />

Intourmarket Travel Exhibition 2.1 120<br />

Intours Albania 1.2 214<br />

Intrepid Travel / Adventure Tours 5.2A 114<br />

Intrepid Travel GmbH 25. 147<br />

Intrepid Travel/ Adventure Tours Australia 25. 147<br />

Intui.travel Transfer 6.1 102<br />

Investaçor Hotel & Resorts 2.2 208d<br />

Invitation Romania 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Involatus Carrier Consulting GmbH 25. 116<br />

Iorana Hotels 1.1 201<br />

Ipekyolu Kalkinma Ajansi (IKA) 3.2 201<br />

IPW by U.S. Travel 2.1 490<br />

Iran Doostan Tours 7.2A 100<br />

Ireland for Youth & Adventure 4.1 104<br />

Ireland Ways 18. 122<br />

Irish Education Partners 11.1 314<br />

Irish Experience Tours 4.1 104<br />

Irish Ferries 18. 122<br />

Irish Greyhound Board 18. 122<br />

Irish Welcome Tours 18. 122<br />

Irland Information Tourism Ireland 18. 122<br />

Irman Pars Tour Operator 7.2A 100<br />

Irupe Lodge & Tours 1.1 208<br />

Isarradweg c/o Alpin Consult 6.2B 301<br />

Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd. 26.A 106<br />

Isibindi Africa Lodges 20. 119<br />

ISITALIA - Italia Incoming International SRL 1.2 107<br />

Island Aviation 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Island Continent Tours 20. 103<br />

Island Pro Travel 18. 128c<br />

Islandstofa / Promote Island 18. 128c<br />

Isles of Scilly 18. 123, 125<br />

ISO Travel Solutions 5.1 109<br />

Isos Thermal&Spa 3.2 105<br />

Israel Ministry of Tourism 23.B 203<br />

Isram Israel (Touring) Ltd. 25. 180<br />

Isrotel Hotel Ltd. 23.B 203<br />

Istrabenz Turizem 17. 109<br />

It exists 1.2 104<br />

Italcamel 8.1 134<br />

Italia Gastronomica SRL 1.2 124a<br />

Italian Hospitality Brand srl 1.2 114<br />

Italian Hospitality Collection 1.2 113<br />

Italienische Zentrale für Tourismus 1.2 125-127<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> Asia 1.1 108<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> Asia 18. 102<br />

<strong>ITB</strong> Asia 26.C 304a<br />

ITC “Asia Mountains” 2.1 117<br />

ITC Hotels India 5.2B 210<br />

Itermar Tour Operator & DMC 1.2 104<br />

ITO Tours 10.2 102<br />

Itravex 4.2 202<br />

ITS Städtereisen 8.2 103a<br />

ITT GmbH 25. 141, 146<br />

ITT Inspirations Travel & Tours 20. 121<br />

Iwan Herman Hotel & Travel Consultant 26.A 122, 123<br />

Iwanowski’s Reisebuchverlag Vertrieb<br />

und Service Iwanowski GmbH 10.2 106<br />

Izmailovo (Gamma, Delta) Tourist<br />

Hotel Complex 2.1 121<br />

Izmir (Izmir Valiligi) Il Kültür ve Turizm<br />

Müdürlügü 3.2 201<br />

Izmir Development Agency 3.2 107<br />

J<br />

J. Bachem VerlaG 10.2 106<br />

JA Maldives Private Limited (JA Manafaru) 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

JA Resorts & Hotels 22.A 105<br />

Jaarbeurs 10.2 102<br />

JAC Travel 18. 122<br />

Jac Travel Canada 2.1 491<br />

Jacaranda Hotel 21.A 120<br />

Jacaré Travel 1.1 104b<br />

Jackal Berry Tented Lodge 20. 106<br />

Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce 2.1 360<br />

JacTravel 8.1 129<br />

Jade Hochschule Wilhelmshaven<br />

/Oldenburg/Elsfleth 11.1 205<br />

Jade Marina Resort Hotel 26.B 201<br />

Jade Mountain, Saint Lucia 3.1 122<br />

J’adore Deluxe Hotel & Spa 3.2 201<br />

Jaén Tourist Board<br />

4.2 201,201a-c<br />

Jalisco is México 1.1 101<br />

Jamaika Tourist Board 3.1 139<br />

Jambiani Villas 21.A 122<br />

Jambuluwuk Oceano Hotels & Resorts 26.A 122, 123<br />

Jammu & Kashmir Tourism<br />

Department of Tourism<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Janambhumi Hotels & Resorts (P) Ltd 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Jannah Hotels & Resorts 22.B 210<br />

JAN-POL Incoming Tour Operator 15.1 100<br />

JAPAN AIRLINES 26.A 129<br />

Japan National Tourism Organization 26.A 129<br />

Japan Railways Group 26.A 129<br />

Jasmine Palace Resort 23.A 111<br />

Jasmine Village 23.A 111<br />

Jaz Collection 23.A 117<br />

JAZ in the city 9. 319<br />

JC Portugal DMC 2.2 208a<br />

Jenman African Safaris 20. 120<br />

Jersey, Visit Jersey / Kanalinsel Jersey 18. 124<br />

Jerusalem Development Authority 23.B 203<br />

Jerusalem Hotel Association 23.B 203<br />

Jet Airways 25. 110<br />

Jet Leisure Maldives Pvt Ltd<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Jetan Travel Services<br />

Co Pvt Ltd (Adaaran Resorts) 5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Jetway Express Ltd. 26.A 107<br />

Jetwing Hotels Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Jetwing Travels (Pvt.) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Jewel Tours 26.C 326<br />

JF Tours Innovation GmbH 26.A 129<br />

Jharkhand Tourism Directorate<br />

of Tourism Govt. of Jharkhand 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Jia Jia Traveling Accomodation<br />

and Creation Co. 26.A 130<br />

JJW HOTELS & RESORTS 2.2 208c<br />

Job & Karriere Guide Touristik 11.1 214<br />

Job & Karriere Guide Touristik 10.1 121<br />

Jobsterne.de 11.1 214<br />

Joburg Tourism 20. 138<br />

Jochen Schweizer Corporate Solutions GmbH 8.1 117<br />

Jockfall Jakt och Fiske 18. 108<br />

Joex Travel 1.1 102<br />

John Chase Safaris 20. 131<br />

Jonview Canada Inc 2.1 491<br />

Jordan Experience Tours 23.B 202<br />

Jordan Projects for Tourism Development 22.B 208a<br />

Jordan Tourism Board 23.B 202<br />

Jordan Tours & Travel 23.B 202<br />

Jordan Valley Regional Council 23.B 203<br />

JourneyScapes (Pvt.) Ltd.<br />

5.2A 107, 107b<br />

Joy’s Resorts and Hotels 5.2B 223<br />

JPM Guides 25. 105<br />

JS Hotels - JS Alcudi-Mar 4.2 103<br />

JT Touristik GmbH 25. 178<br />

JTB Global Marketing & Travel Inc. 26.A 129<br />

Jucy Rentals 5.2A 114<br />

Jugendgästehaus Kühlungsborn 9. 110<br />

Jugendreise Akademie eG iG 4.1 110<br />

Jumbo Kingdom 26.A 107<br />

Jumbo Tours Group 4.2 109<br />

Jumeira Rotana 9. 308<br />

Jumeirah Beach Hotel 22.A 103<br />

Jumeirah Creekside Hotel 22.A 103<br />

Jumeirah Dhevanafushi<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Jumeirah Emirates Towers 22.A 103<br />

Jumeirah Etihad Towers 22.B 210<br />

Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts 22.A 103<br />

Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa 22.A 208<br />

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa 4.2 101,101a<br />

Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel 22.A 103<br />

Jungfrau Region Tourismus<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

Jungle Experiences Amazon Cruises & travel 5.3 103<br />

Jungle Travels India Pvt. Ltd.<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Juulchin Tourism Corporation 26.C 309<br />

Juulchin World Tours 26.C 309<br />

Juwel Hotels 14.1 112<br />

JW Marriott 22.A 208<br />

JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa 26.B 221<br />

JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa 9. 302<br />

K<br />

Kadappuram Beach Resorts<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

KAERA Industrie- und Touristik<br />

Versicherungsmakler GmbH 10.1 117<br />

Kafunta Safaris 20. 133<br />

Kagera Safaris 21.A 119<br />

Kahramana Beach Resort 23.A 100<br />

Kahramana Sharm El-Sheikh Hotel 23.A 100<br />

Kairali Ayurvedic<br />

Health Resort (P) Limited 5.2B 230<br />

Kalajoki Travel Association 18. 108<br />

Kaliningrad region, Ministry for tourism 2.1 121<br />

Kallpa Tour Operator 1.1 208<br />

Kamandalu Ubud 26.A 122, 123<br />

Kamchatskiy krai, Travel and<br />

External Affairs Agency of 2.1 120<br />

Kamelya Collection 3.2 139<br />

Kamino Tours DMC 1.1 101<br />

Kamstra Travel 10.2 102<br />

Kanab/Southern Utah Office of Tourism 2.1 322<br />

Kananga 20. 120<br />

Kanarische Inseln 4.2 203<br />

Kanda Residences Samui 26.B 221<br />

Kandertal Tourismus<br />

17. 101,101a-c<br />

Kandima Maldives<br />

5.2A 109, 109a<br />

Kanika Hotels & Resorts<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Kansas/Oklahoma 2.1 253<br />

Kapetanios Hotels<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

KAPTID Cappadocia Tourist<br />

Hoteliers Association 3.2 201<br />

Karafuu Beach Resort & Spa 21.A 122<br />

Karakuram Adventure 5.2A 115<br />

Karaman Belediye Baskanligi 3.2 201<br />

Karbala Rayhaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Karen Blixen Camp Masai Mara 20. 120<br />

Karibu Travel Market 21.A 122<br />

Karibu World 21.A 122<br />

Kariega Game Reserve 20. 138<br />

Karnataka Tourism 5.2B 242<br />

Kärnten Werbung GmbH 17. 103<br />

Karpaten Hotels 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Karpaten Turism 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Kars (Kars Valiligi Il<br />

Kültür ve Turizm Müdürlügü) 3.2 201<br />

Karvan Leaders (Pvt). Ltd. 5.2A 115<br />

Kas-<strong>Day</strong> Tour Gun Turizm Seyahat Acentesi 3.2 109<br />

Kash Venture Travels Pvt. Ltd. (KVT) 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Kassel Airport, Flughafen GmbH Kassel 7.2C 101<br />

Kassel Marketing GmbH 7.2C 101<br />

Kassel Marketing GmbH 16. 101<br />

Kata Beach Resort and Spa 26.B 210-212<br />

Kata Palm + Rawai Palm +<br />

Mai Khao Palm, Phuket 26.B 221<br />

Kata Sea Breeze Resort 26.B 210-212<br />

Katalogwerkstatt GmbH 5.1 133<br />

Katalonien, Catalan Tourist Board 4.2 202<br />

Katarina line 1.2 216<br />

Katathani Collection of Resorts 26.B 210-212<br />

Kathmandu Experience Travels & Tours P. Ltd. 5.2A 110<br />

Katla Travel 18. 128c<br />

Kaus Media Services 5.3 110<br />

Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier<br />

Conservation Area (TVCA) 20. 133<br />

Kaya Yachting 25. 170<br />

KAYS TRAVEL 20. 136<br />

Kayseri (Kayseri Valiligi Il Kültür<br />

ve Turizm Müdürlügü) 3.2 201<br />

Kayumanis Private Villa & Spa 26.A 122, 123<br />

Kaza Collection 20. 106<br />

Kazakhstan 2.1 123<br />

Kazan Committee for Tourism 2.1 121<br />

KB Representation 20. 134<br />

KB Representation 20. 134<br />

KD Deutsche Rheinschiffahrt AG 8.2 103a<br />

KD Köln-Düsseldorfer Deutsche<br />

Rheinschiffahrt AG 8.2 103a<br />

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KD Köln-Düsseldorfer Deutsche<br />

Rheinschiffahrt AG 16. 101<br />

Keahotels 18. 128c<br />

Keepers of the Sacred Tradition<br />

of Pipemakers 2.1 465<br />

Kelana DMC 26.A 122, 123<br />

Kemal Bay Hotel 3.2 201<br />

Kempinski Hotel Ajman 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel Al Mouj Muscat, Oman 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel Aqaba Red Sea 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay Bodrum 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel Bristol <strong>Berlin</strong> 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates Dubai 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay Red Sea 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotel The Dome Belek 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Hotels 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Nile Hotel Garden City Cairo 9. 217<br />

Kempinski Seychelles Resort 20. 130<br />

Kenya Airports Authority 21.A 120<br />

Kenya Airways 25. 130<br />

Kenya Tourism Board 21.A 120<br />

Kenyatta intl. Convection Centre 21.A 120<br />

Kenzan Wildlife Safaris 21.A 126<br />

Kenzi Hotels Group 21.B 208<br />

Ker & Downey Botswana 20. 131<br />

Kerala Tourism 5.2B 223<br />

Kerala Voyages (India) Pvt. Ltd. 5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Kerzner International One&Only Resorts,<br />

Atlantis the Palm, Mazagan Beach Resort 9. 209<br />

Keshet Educational Journeys 23.B 203<br />

KETAV Kemer Promotion Foundation<br />

(Kemer Yöresi Tanitim Vakfi) 3.2 201<br />

Ketzaltour, S.A. de C.V. 1.1 101<br />

Keukenhof 10.2 102<br />

Kevin Streit and Associates, LLC 2.1 490<br />

Key Tours International 1.2 214<br />

Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana 9. 308<br />

Khaolak Holdings Co., Ltd. 26.B 209<br />

Khaolak Laguna Resort 26.B 221<br />

Khaolak Valley Company Limited 26.B 209<br />

Khasab Tours 22.B 200<br />

Khazar Travel Company 2.1 124<br />

KHC Westfalenhallen GmbH 8.2 101a<br />

Khiri Travel 26.B 203<br />

Kibran Tours PLC 21.A 102a<br />

Kicheche Camps 21.A 120<br />

Kichwa Peru Tour Operator 1.1 104a<br />

Kiel Marketing e.V. 6.2A 105<br />

Kigo, a RealPage Company 6.1 113<br />

Kilemakyaro Mountain Lodge 21.A 122<br />

Kili Villa Ltd. 21.A 122<br />

KILIFAIR Promotion Co. Ltd 21.A 122<br />

Kilima Camp/Tawi Lodge 21.A 120<br />

Kilimandscharo Active Tours Ltd. 21.A 122<br />

Kilit Global 3.2 135<br />

Killary Adventure Co./ Connemara<br />

Adventure Tours 4.1 104<br />

KINBOAT 10.2 102<br />

Kirimaya Golf Resort Spa 26.B 221<br />

Kirman Hotels 3.2 201<br />

Kiruna in Lapland 18. 108<br />

Kish Events and Festival Institution 7.2A 100<br />

Kish free zone organization 7.2A 100<br />

Kitzbühel l The Legend. 17. 103<br />

Klaipeda tourism and culture<br />

information centre 18. 126b<br />

Klassik Stiftung Weimar 11.2 103<br />

Klemmer International<br />

Versicherungsmakler GmbH 4.1 112<br />

Klimahaus® Bremerhaven 8° Ost 6.2A 101<br />

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines 25. 130<br />

Klocke Verlag GmbH 5.3 104<br />

Klühspies Reisen GmbH & Co. KG 4.1 115<br />

KMP Group 2.1 120<br />

Knappschaft-Bahn-See 26.A 111<br />

Knossos Travel<br />

2.2 111, 111a<br />

Koblenz-Touristik 8.2 201b<br />

Koc Otel 3.2 109<br />

Kochsberg Europa Akademie 9. 110<br />

Koh Samui Tourism Association 26.B 216<br />

Köln Bonn Airport 8.2 103e<br />

KölnTourismus GmbH 8.2 103a-f<br />

Kölntourist Personenschiffahrt am Dom GmbH 8.2 103a<br />

Kolo Travel Ltd 5.3 103<br />

Kolping Hotels und Resorts 9. 110<br />

Kolpinghaus Meran 9. 110<br />

Kolumba - Kunstmuseum des Erzbistums Köln 16. 104<br />

Komex Tours / Grupo Royale 1.1 101<br />

Kompas 17. 109<br />

Kompas Ethiopia Tours 21.A 121<br />

Kondor Tours GmbH 1.1 216<br />

Kongress- und Touristik Service<br />

Region Saarbrücken GmbH 8.2 202a<br />

KONOKONO BEACH RESORT 21.A 122<br />

Kontokali Bay Resort & Spa 2.2 101<br />

kontor2508 16. 100<br />

Kontour<br />

1.1 107, 107b<br />

Konya Büyüksehir Belediyesi 3.2 201<br />

Köpenicker Hauptmann Festspiele 12. 101<br />

KORA TOURS PVT. LTD 5.2A 110<br />

Korcula Hotels Croatia 1.2 203<br />

Korean Air 25. 130<br />

Korean Air 26.A 135<br />

Koreanische Zentrale für Tourismus 26.A 135<br />

Kos Island 2.2 123<br />

KOS Objekttextilien International GmbH 9. 109<br />

Kosice - Tourism 7.2B 103<br />

Kosovo Investment and Enterprise<br />

Support Agency (KIESA) 1.2 209<br />

Krabi Tourism Association 26.B 209<br />

Kradaed Thong Co., Ltd. 26.B 209<br />

Krakow Card 15.1 100<br />

Kreis Lippe-WALK 8.2 102a<br />

Kreisrat Cluj 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Kreisrat Satu Mare 7.2B 101a-c<br />

Kreola Ltd 20. 129<br />

Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn 18. 109<br />

Kroatische Zentrale für Tourismus 1.2 216<br />

KSR Group GmbH 18. 113<br />

KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH 6.2B 202<br />

KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH 16. 104<br />

Kuching Travel Service Co., Ltd. 26.A 130<br />

Kudos Travel & Tourism 23.B 201<br />

Kultur- und Tourismusamt Stadt Lorsch 16. 104<br />

Kulturhauptstadt Europas Leeuwarden-<br />

Fryslan 2018 Leeuwarden-Fryslan 2018 10.2 102<br />

KulturLoungeBayern 6.2B 301<br />

Kulturstadt Mons 10.2 105<br />

Kunming China International<br />

Travel Service Co. Ltd. 26.C 310<br />

Kunnathur Mana Ayurveda<br />

Heritage&Wesfa Hospitality<br />

5.2B 205, 205a<br />

Kunstfest Weimar 16. 104<br />

Kunsthalle Bremen 6.2A 101<br />

Kunsthalle Düsseldorf KIT - Kunst im Tunnel 8.2 103b<br />

Kunsthalle Emden 16. 100<br />

Kunstmeile Hamburg GbR 6.2A 102, 104<br />

Kunstmeile Hamburg GbR 16. 100<br />

Kunstmuseum Bonn 8.2 103b<br />

Kunstmuseum Pablo Picasso Münster 16. 103<br />

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen 8.2 103b<br />

Kunth Verlag GmbH & Co. KG 10.2 106<br />

Kupu Kupu Resorts & Spa by L’OCCITANE 26.A 122, 123<br />

Kura Hulanda Resorts & GHL Hotels 3.1 135<br />

Kura-Kura Resort 26.A 122, 123<br />

Kurban Tours 22.B 210<br />

Kurort Cieplice - Polnische Kurortgruppe 15.1 100<br />

Kurort Kolobrzeg S.A. 15.1 100<br />

Kurort Polczyn - Polnische Kurortgruppe 15.1 100<br />

Kurort Swinoujscie S.A. 15.1 100<br />

Kursunlu Cavundur Termal Otel 3.2 109<br />

Kursunlu Han 3.2 109<br />

Kurz Mal Weg GmbH 8.1 112<br />

KUS Landkreis Pfaffenhofen a.d. Ilm 6.2B 312, 313<br />

Kusadasi Tourism Association<br />

(Kusadasi Tourizm ve Tanitma Dernegi) 3.2 201<br />

Kuwait Airways 21.B 214<br />

Kuwait Hotel Owners Association 22.A 208<br />

Kuwait Tourism Services Co 22.A 208<br />

Kuwait, Ministry of Information - Tourism Sector 22.A 208<br />

Kuzey Anadolu Kalkinma Ajansi 3.2 201<br />

KV Kommunalverlag GmbH & Co. KG 10.2 107<br />

Kvarner Tourismusverband der Region 1.2 207<br />

Kwale County 21.A 120<br />

Kwando Safaris 20. 131<br />

KYOTO CITY 26.A 129<br />

Kyrgyz Association of Tour Operators 2.1 117<br />

Kyrgyz Community Based Tourism<br />

Association KCBT 2.1 112<br />

L<br />

La Beduina Tours 23.B 202<br />

La Cala Resort<br /><