After two years: IMTM is back in full force

IMTM 2022 opens today with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the presence of President Isaac Herzog and the Tourism Ministers of Israel, Bahrain, Lithuania, Greece, and Italy. IMTM organizer: "Such attendance from countries around the world shows just how important is the Israeli market"

After a two-year hiatus, the 28th International Mediterranean Market (IMTM) opens today, March 29, in the presence of the President of Israel, Isaac Herzog, Minister of Tourism Yoel Razvozov, Ministers of Tourism from Bahrain, Lithuania, Greece, and Italy, plus the CEOs of Tourism Ministries from Israel, Colombia, Portugal and Morocco.

Speaking of Morocco, this is the first time ever the country will take part, hosting the largest exhibition space at EXPO Tel Aviv, with the delegation headed by the CEO of the Moroccan National Tourism Office, Adel El Fakir.

This year’s exhibition will feature more than 40 countries worldwide, including Morocco, Azerbaijan, the Philippines, Italy and Sardinia, Spain, Portugal, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland, Croatia, and many more. Exhibitors from around the world will join Israeli exhibitors – the Nature and Parks Authority, the Galilee Development Authority, Emek Yizrael Tourism, Arkia, and more.

IMTM. Photo: PR

The exhibition is organized by Ortra and I.T.N, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and sponsored by the Israel Hotels Association, the Chamber of Inbound Tourism Organizers, the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Tourism Association, and the Israel Travel Agents Association. The exhibition is the prime event for all tourism sectors and is open to the general public.

Eyal Shmueli, publisher of I.T.N and IMTM organizer: “The tourism industry in Israel is a key anchor for the Israeli economy, and we are proud and excited that our President, Mr. Isaac Herzog, will launch the most prominent international tourism fair in the Middle East.

“For the first time in 28 years, a delegation from Morocco is also in attendance, we look forward to welcoming the CEO of the Moroccan National Tourism Office, Adel al-Fakir, and hope for fruitful cooperation between the two countries. They join more than 40 exhibitors worldwide, with many Israeli exhibitors and senior officials from Israel and abroad.”

“Such attendance from countries around the world shows just how important is the Israeli market, directly affecting the lives of millions of people worldwide.”

Visit us at the Passport Group booth, no. 118.

For more about IMTM 2022, visit the website.

Preparations for the Passport Group booth at IMTM 2022.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related Articles

Latest Articles

Page Reader Press Enter to Read Page Content Out Loud Press Enter to Pause or Restart Reading Page Content Out Loud Press Enter to Stop Reading Page Content Out Loud Screen Reader Support