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Hamburg At ITB 2015

Hamburg Tourism Board to present Hamburg's cultural assets at the world's largest tourism fair with 65 partners. The claim: Great Freedom For Great Culture"

“Great Freedom For Great Culture” is this year’s motto of the joint booth of Hamburg Tourism Board (HHT) and its 65 partners participating once again in the world’s most important B2B trade fair of the travel industry, the International Tourism Exchange (ITB) in Berlin.

HHT’s ITB programme draws on a variety of subjects also in 2015, with Hamburg’s rich cultural heritage and the opening of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall in early 2017 as focal themes. The growing importance as a cruise destination will also be reflected by the stand, which will serve as home port to nine shipping companies. In addition, the Hamburg Tourism Board will enter a co-operation agreement with Amsterdam marketing to jointly promote the two destinations in international markets. In addition, the HHT will inform trade visitors on its new “Hamburg – Healthcare Destination of Choice” project and its “www heathcare-hamburg.com.”: http: // www. heathcare-hamburg.com platorm.

As exclusive media partner, the North German Broadcaster NDR will report in NDR Hamburg Journal (TV) and in its radio programme of NDR 90.3 from the fair with a small studio set up at the Hamburg stand.
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source and further details:
www.hamburg-tourism.com

About the Hamburg Tourism Board

The Hamburg Tourism Board (HHT) was founded in 1989 under the name of Tourismus-Zentrale Hamburg. As innovative destination management organisation, HHT is responsible for the promotion of Hamburg as attractive tourist destination on the domestic and international markets. With a market and target group-specific orientation, HHT is the interface between Hamburg’s tourism industry, the global travel industry and international marketing initiatives, including, inter alia, the German National Tourist Board, the registered association Magics Cities e.V., and the registered association German Coastline e.V.

International visitors find all relevant information at HHT’s multi-language website “www.hamburg-tourism.com”: http://www.hamburg-tourism.com, the tourism platform with the highest reach.
(source: HHT)

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