As every year, TTC dedicates an edition to this important event of international tourism held in the German capital, which this year will be held March 6-10.
This issue includes an exclusive interview given by the Tourism Counselor of the Cuban Embassy in Germany, Igor García Rodríguez, who comments on the strategies to attract more tourists from that market to Cuba.
The counselor advanced that the delegation from the Caribbean country will present “a renovated tourist product, with new and attractive offers that go beyond sun and beach and extend to eastern Cuba with elements of culture, heritage, history and nature.”
It also includes as part of its news coverage an interview with the president of the Canadian hotel chain Blue Diamond Resorts, Jordi Pelfort, who highlights the company’s offer in several Caribbean destinations.
TTC is also presenting the main novelties of the Caribbean tourism industry in terms of hotel openings, air connections, and events, such as the important MICE MITM Americas tourism meeting that will hold its 23rd edition in Havana, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Cuban capital.
In the Year of Festivals in the Caribbean we emphasize the main cultural events that attract visitors and show them authentic traditions that make them unique in the world.
Our edition for ITB Berlin 2019 will be available permanently at the Cuba stand along with our Caribbean Operators Book directory. Both products will also be distributed by courtesy at the different stands of the fair with the aim of making the unparalleled attractions of Caribbean destinations a little more known to the world.
You can similarly find a digital version on our website www.traveltradecaribbean.es/ www.traveltradecaribbean.com from which, and on the social media, we will be covering the event.
ITB Berlin is one of the main meetings of the international tourism industry and the most important in Germany. This year it will have Malaysia as the guest of honor. In the 2018 edition, some 10,000 companies and organizations from 186 countries exhibited their products and services at the fair.