25-28 January, 2018


22nd  East Mediterranean International Tourism & Travel Exhibition

Tüyap Fair Convention and Congress Center
Istanbul, Turkey

Why Visit?

Why should you visit EMITT ?

Recognized as one of the top five tourism exhibitions in the world, the 22nd International East Mediternnen Tourism and Travel Exhibition – EMITT will be held at Tuyap Fair, Convention and Congress Center between 25 – 28 January 2018. EMITT 2018 which will bring together 5.000 organizations and institutions from 80 countries will be held with corporate sponsorship of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Turkish Republic, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and Turkish Airlines, with support from KOSGEB and in partnership with Turkish Hoteliers Federation (TÜROFED) and Turkish Tourism Investors Association (TYD).


Shortly why should you visit?

• One of 5 biggest Tourism Exhibition
• Professional interest
• International recognition and market reach
• Discounted holiday prices
• Colorful events and conferences


At EMITT you can meet :

• Leading operators of domestic and foreign tourism
• Tourism Companies and Hotels
• Accommodation providers and tourism industry suppliers
• Airlines and transport companies
• Health and Spa Tourism Companies and Travel Agencies


Tourism industry professionals can:

FIND new business partners and expand cooperation with existing partners
COMPARE offers from a large number of companies
ENQUIRE about new tourist destinations, products and services
GATHER the necessary materials, catalogues and contacts for future business


Private individuals can:

ACQUIRE information on hotels, resorts and countries
CHOOSE holiday destinations, book tours and compare offers from different tour operators
PLAN trips with the help of consultations from professionals at the stands
EXPERIENCE and get an understanding of destinations through vibrant performances at exhibitors’ stands.

EMITT 2017 Visitor Survey

74% of the visitors stated they were fairly satisfied with the exhibition
94% of the visitors stated they would join the exhibition next year