An Azerbaijani delegation led by Head of the department of the Culture and Tourism Ministry Vugar Shikhmammadov is participating in the international New York Times travel show exhibition.
Azerbaijan`s 28sq m-pavilion featured presentation through special advertising printed materials in Azerbaijani and English languages on the country`s must-see-places, historic-cultural monuments, hotel and tourism objects.
Currently celebrating its 10th anniversary, The New York Times Travel Show is a fun and savvy way to plan your next vacation, take advantage of exclusive travel discounts and learn more about the world's current travel hot spots from the nearly 500 exhibitors representing more than 150 countries. Find a great deal on your dream destination and book your trip right at the show. Broaden your horizons at five cultural stages, which are set to feature live performances and culinary presentations from around the world. Soak up travel tips at the various seminars held throughout the day hosted by experts in the field, then check out the family-friendly Adrenaline Zone, which features a rock-climbing wall, bungee jump and more. Throughout the Travel Show, you'll have the opportunity to bid on more than 150 Caribbean all-inclusive hotel stays and enter daily drawings for free Caribbean stays.
The event consists of the “International Tourism Forum” to discuss issues on the development of the tourism industry, the “International Business Meeting” where international sellers and buyers gather for new business opportunities, the “Travel Showcase” where over 150 countries and regions exhibit for the showcase, and the “Awards Commendation” to honor the individual or organization that has contributed the most to the tourism industry over the year.