INTOURIST at FITUR. How it was?
INTOURIST exhibits at the largest tourism exhibitions every year, including Madrid, and this year wasn’t an exception.
Touroperator INTOURIST exhibited at FITUR in Madrid at the stylish stand of 20 square meters. The stand was recognized as the best among all the stands in Eastern Europe hall during this year exhibition. Traditionally, the largest and oldest Russian touroperator exhibits at the best and largest stand.
Touroperators and travel agencies from different countries participated in FITUR. Intourist held meetings with regular INTOURIST partners and potential new clients including touroperators from Ecuador, Spain, USA, Mexico, Guatemala, Columbia, Portugal, Chili and other countries. The subject of negotiations was cooperation for low season of 2021-2022 year and high season of 2022 year.
Traditionally one of the most popular products for Spanish and Latin markets were the Transsiberian Express Train and FIX tours with guaranteed arrivals to Moscow and St. Petersburg.
In the nearest future, the most common type of travelling will be individual tours (FIT) or small groups up to 10 people. The partners were interested in special programs aside from standard tours, as clients want to get a unique experience while travelling in Russia. One of our slogans is «Russia with a new twist».
INTOURIST is ready to offer tours for every taste and pocket: from an exclusive visit to the Catherine Palace with a costume program to riding on tanks with the opportunity to try field canteen and cruises along the Northern Sea Route on an icebreaker.
Due to economic crisis caused by pandemic, partners request a quality product at the lowest possible price. Thanks to INTOURIST long-term cooperation with its suppliers and its support from many of its partners, INTOURIST is able to satisfy these customer requests.
All European countries, including Spain and Portugal, as well as Latin American countries are ready to travel as soon as circumstances permit.
INTOURIST began to accept tourists from the UAE, India, Slovakia, Japan and Finland after the pandemic starting from March 2021. The level of inbound tourism is slowly beginning to recover.