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TTG 2022, over 50 foreign destinations for "Unbound" living


From 12th to 14th October at Rimini Expo Centre, Italian Exhibition Group's tourism market place will double its 2021 share of exhibitors in The World area.

RIMINI (ITALY) - TTG Travel Experience 2022, Italian Exhibition Group's tourism market place, to be held from 12th to 14th October, will double the number of foreign destinations by featuring more than 50 in The World section at the Rimini show to discover that every country, region or city always has something new to reveal.

No matter what the latitude, travel breaks with convention and, in the interplay of supply and demand, becomes "Unbound", without constraints, as the main theme of the 2022 edition of TTG suggests. The World section at IEG's event, which takes place concurrently with SIA Hospitality Design, SUN Beach&Outdoor Style, and Superfaces, therefore reflects the new approach that many foreign destinations have developed in recent months to redefine their tourism identity on the theme of sustainability as a driving force for their locations and the prosperity of the communities of people who live off these locations’ tourism-generated economy.

From city breaks to outdoor holidays, from big trips to relaxing experiences, the common thread is breaking free from the constraints of convention. The challenge is to redefine the concept of travel, not only as a trip to different places but also in its experiential dimension, as a resident would see it. Travel moves inland from the coast to discover what is still little known. Curiosity about places is combined with a workation and redefines the everyday life of the tourist.

TTG Travel Experience is the community catalyst that inspires all tourism professionals and, once again this year, the exhibition aspect will be accompanied by a full calendar of events and meeting opportunities with the aim of reaffirming its dual nature: not only a privileged observatory for promoting world tourism in Italy and for globally marketing Italy's tourism offer, but also, and above all, as an authentic business partner able to promote the exchange of knowledge, information and best practices for the growth of every operator along the supply chain.

The foreign destinations that visitors will find at the Rimini show are as follows:

Algarve; Andalusia; Austria; Brussels; Carpathians; Castilla y León; Catalonia; Croatia; Franconia; Galicia; Gran Canaria; Greece; Herzegovina; Ibiza; Ireland; La Rioja; Lithuania; Malta; Norway; Pcelarstvo Daruvar; Poland; Central Portugal; Czech Republic; Slovenia; Tenerife; Valencia; Wallonia.

Africa and Indian Ocean
Egypt; Maldives; Morocco; Seychelles; Tunisia.

Middle East
Israel; Jordan; Palestine; Ras Al Khaimah; Saudi Arabia.

Japan; Korea; Maldives; Philippines; Thailand; Tokyo.

The Americas
Anguilla; Argentina; Aruba; Jamaica; Cuba; Nicaragua; Colombia; Dominican Republic; Estado do Ceará; Bahamas.

Cook Islands

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