What is the Vakantiebeurs 2018?

What is the Vakantiebeurs 2018?

If you are looking for an “out of the box” tourism and leisure fair that will inspire you to travel the globe and discover new destinations, the Vakantiebeurs in Utrecht, Holland, is the perfect choice.

This fair offers much more that just informing you of all the great travel offers. Unlike any other tourism and leisure fair, Vakantiebeurs includes country representatives, theaters, as well as cultural associations from all the corners of the earth. They are all presenting their countries, and their customs and traditions.

At Vakantiebeurs, you can try delicious local delicacies, give traditional dances a try and show off or even improve your dancing skills, feel the Asian and South African jungles, or even “walk” from Italy to France and Portugal, and much more. This fair offers you the feeling of your next vacation destination as if you were already there.

Experience hall

This hall offered a new approach to enhancing the fair’s overall travel and holiday experience. The hall included an inspirational zone that had VR-square, Food trucks, a big Travel theater, Ibiza market, Cooking and Camera workshops, a Beach café, Dive-tank, and Fashion shows among other things.

Urban Terrace

This was a zone in Hall 7, and it included a city-themed terrace. Here the visitors could find a theater dome and organizations that were focused on excursions and city-trips, urban food trucks, and city consults of bloggers and Time to Momo-editors.

Active, Walking & Biking Holidays Hall

This was in Hall 11, and here the visitors could walk or bike through themed zones, such as outdoor festival, green picnic area, or the bike testing trail. This was a hall where travel agencies that are focused on green and active holidays displayed their offerings. The countries that could be found with stands in this hall were Austria, Slovenia, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Belgium, and Slovakia.

 

 

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