The event will highlight the capital of Russia for Qatar tourism industry.
DOHA – Moscow City Tourism Committee continues to conduct familiarization events in the Middle East. It will hold the on-ground roadshow in Qatar as part of an ongoing initiative to promote Moscow as a leading tourism and business destination on February 13, 2023 at Mandarin Oriental Hotel (Barahat Msheireb St, Doha).
The Roadshow will have B2B interactions and presentations that will highlight the destination and open up new avenues in bringing the destination in new light to the travel and trade community. The Moscow Tourism Committee will bring more than 10 local companies such as representatives of DMCs, hotels, and places of interest to Qatar.
According to Moscow City Tourism Committee, the capital of Russia with its diverse range of products is fast emerging as one of the most interesting and productive cities for the travel-trade, both for leisure and business travel. Post-pandemic, these Roadshow activities will be an excellent occasion for our stakeholders to make contacts with the travel trade in Qatar.
Moscow has close partnerships with Qatar, and they have a lot in common – opening new museums and cultural centers, organizing city festivals, as well as large-scale events such as the World Cup and others.
The Moscow City Tourism Committee is the official organization that promotes Moscow as a tourist destination. The organization realize image projects and carry out different marketing events for developing tourism potential of Moscow in Russia and abroad.
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