The collective stand of the Republic of Belarus was for the first time presented at the tourist exhibition Balttour 2019 in Riga

The National Centre for Marketing organized the collective stand of the Republic of Belarus at the 26th International Tourism Exhibition Balttour 2019, which took place on February 1-3 in Riga (Latvia).

Counselor of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Latvia Alexey Matyuhevich and board member of the BT1 Exhibition Center Anatoly Butenko took part in the opening ceremony of the exhibition.

This year, the collective stand was dedicated to the most promising areas - sanatorium recreation and medical services provided in the Republic of Belarus.

The block of sanatoriums is represented by the health resorts «Borovoye», «Yunost», «Zhuravushka», «Narochanka», «Boug», «Narochanski Bereg», and «Neman 72». Visitors to the exhibition can familiarize themselves with the possibilities of recreation in Belarus and choose the most convenient package of services for themselves: sanatorium-resort treatment, rehabilitation, weekend tours or SPA-recovery programs.

The block of medical services is represented by the State Information Portal of Medical Services «Clinics of Belarus». This resource allows individual selection of a profile clinic (sanatorium), attending physician, diagnostic and treatment programs in specialized state and commercial medical centers of the Republic of Belarus.

Background information:

Balttour 2019 is the most visited and significant event in the tourism industry of the Baltic countries. The exhibition is of great importance for the representatives of the tourist business, and the time of this event makes it possible to assess the state of the market and make a plan for the new season.

Every year, the Balttour exhibition increases its scale and receives an increasing number of exhibitors and visitors: national and regional travel agencies, hotels, airlines, travel agencies, travel service companies, regional travel associations, etc.

This year more than 470 exhibitors and 850 participating organizations from 41 countries of Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East are taking part in the exhibition. Organizers expect about 30 thousand visitors from Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Russia, Scandinavia, other European countries, as well as from the East.