With 32 travel agencies and organizations and city representatives.
With City of Tabriz and Isfahan and Iran railways among them.
Iran’s pavilion is playing host to variety of meetings, exhibits, workshops and live performances by state-run and privately-owned companies spearheaded by the Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization.
Last year, Iran was on the ITB Berlin’s list of 50 recommended travel destinations in honor of the event’s 50th anniversary.
Known as the World’s Largest Travel Trade Show, the ITB Berlin focuses on the ‘International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017’, a slogan introduced by the UNWTO earlier this year.
CHTHO Director Zahra Ahmadipour, CHTHO Deputy Director Morteza Rahmani-Movahed, and Iranian Tour Operators Association Director Ebrahim Pourfaraj were amongst attendees to the opening ceremony.