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Tourism and gastronomy fairs kick off at Bratislava's Incheba Arena

More than 700 exhibitors from 24 countries are taking part in the ITF Slovakiatour tourism fair and the Danubius Gastro gastronomy fair, both of which opened at the Incheba Expo arena in Bratislava on Thursday, January 20.

More than 700 exhibitors from 24 countries are taking part in the ITF Slovakiatour tourism fair and the Danubius Gastro gastronomy fair, both of which opened at the Incheba Expo arena in Bratislava on Thursday, January 20.

Incheba general director Alexander Rozin said, as quoted by the TASR newswire, that the tourism fair is a good follow-up to recent events of this type that took place in Vienna (Austria) and Brno (the Czech Republic). In addition, tourism fairs in Prague (the Czech Republic) and Budapest (Hungary) are due to follow in the near future.

In the Bratislava fairs, many embassies and business chambers, as well as tourism agencies, are representing their countries.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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