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Gates to the North, one of the top travel exhibitions in Russia’s North-West will open in Vologda on September 25th.

30.07.2020 08:23

Gates to the North, one of the top travel exhibitions in Russia’s North-West will open in Vologda on September 25th.

Held annually, Gates to the North is one of the top travel exhibitions in Russia’s North-West and is highly valued by the interregional tourism community.

Gates to the North is the key meeting place for the industry and an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and clients. In addition, it enables exhibitors to increase awareness of their destination, present their new programmes and gain a real feel for the travel market.

The exhibition is held with an active backing of the RF Ministry of Culture, RF Tourism Agency, Association of Russian tour operators and Vologda Oblast Government.

The exhibition Gates to the North is an event with a long tradition. This year it will be taking place for the 19th time.

The aim of the Gates of the North is to highlight new itineraries in the Vologda area, to develop tourist infrastructure and to present the full range of technologies and services. It provides a unique opportunity for the whole tourism industry to meet, network, negotiate, conduct business and stay abreast with the latest developments.

Gates to the North offers comprehensive business and entertainment programme for the participants and visitors. It includes presentations of tourist resources of the Vologda districts, daily seminars aiming to upgrade professional skills of those involved in tourism industry, round-table discussions, contests intended to boost tourism business in the region.

Alongside with presentations of tourism opportunities, the programme of Gates to the North includes an exhibition for traditional crafts and souvenirs.

Photo credit: cultinfo.ru

Culture, Tourism, Vologda, Department of Culture and Tourism

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