It attracts numerous representatives of the tourism industry from Europe and Asia! And it’s easy to see why: they brought treats from Moscow, a two-meter matryoshka doll, virtual tours, and useful information for those working with tourists who want to visit the capital of our country.
Several times a day at the Moscow stand with unique design and architecture, a presentation of tourist potential of the capital, sights, and objects, including Zaryadye Park is held.
Tourists from China have already taken a fancy to the park with its Soaring media complex, Ice Cave, River Overlook, where stunning photographs can be obtained from, and Large Amphitheater — an open concert area.
All this raise interest in the new Moscow tourist attraction place.
Representatives of the park team answer guests’ questions, and on June 19, Pavel Trekhleb, the director of Zaryadye, will hold a speech in the frames of the business program.
International Travel Expo (ITE) is the largest exhibition dedicated to tourism and travel. It takes place in Hong Kong from 13 to 17 June. It became the second in a series of tourist exhibitions in the Asian region in 2019, where the Moscow Committee for Tourism presents the capital’s stand with more than 30 events, cultural and museum projects, information on the main sights, tour operators and hotel complexes of the megapolis. In June, Moscow has already presented its travel potential at the SITIF 2019 exhibition in Seoul, where it won the prize for the best stand design.
In the frames of the exhibition, an extensive program is held at the Moscow stand. It includes business and official meetings with representatives of key players in the tourism industry of Hong Kong and South China, as well as seminars with the participation of famous Chinese travel bloggers who share their impressions and experience of Moscow.
In addition, the stand presents a diverse interactive and entertainment program. Visitors can fly over Moscow wearing special VR glasses, take part in painting a two-meter matryoshka doll under the guidance of a Hong Kong artist, or try traditional Moscow sweets at Moscow tea party.
Also, a map of the megapolis was prepared for the exhibition. It includes the main streets, sights and pedestrian areas of the capital, as well as a series of guidebooks in English and Chinese, and souvenirs.