Worldwide dream destinations, unique accommodations and tours, fascinating travel photography, Tiny House Village and inspiring lectures.

The Berlin Travel Festival 2023 plans to captivate travel enthusiasts from around the world with an unparalleled variety of
experiences, destinations and innovations.

After the official registration deadline, more than 120 national and international exhibitors will be present on 8,000 sqm of space.

The event takes place from 01-03 of December for the second time together with Boat & Fun, Anglingworld Berlin and
Auto Camping Caravan at Messe Berlin. The event promises to be a must-see for every travel fan.

True to this year‘s festival motto “Travel for Everyone“, the Berlin Travel Festival team has set itself the goal of creating a festival that is as diverse and varied as possible.

Therefore, exhibitors who should inspire a broad range of travelers and fulfill their wishes, can be found on-site.

“We went out of our way to bring you an unparalleled experience this year.Some may be skeptical about whether it‘s really worth the trip to Messe Berlin. But I promise everyone who comes to see us: You will go home with a new longing destination in your heart,“ says Bernd Neff, Managing Director of the Berlin Travel Festival, full of anticipation for the event in December.

From the vibrant streets of Berlin to Brandenburg and all the way to the enchanting Zillertal.

From the sun-drenched coasts of Spain to the cultural riches of Tunisia and from the breathtaking beaches of Western Australia to the diverse landscapes of Oman, the partner country of ITB 2024.

The festival promises to take visitors through continents and cultures. With stops from Utah to the North Moors.

National Park in the UK and taking a trip from Iran to Thailand, this event really does take you once around the world.

An important aspect when traveling: How do I get to my destination and how do I want to get around locally?

Here, too, visitors have a wide range of options: Whether it’s embarking on a scenic rail adventure with Interrail, exploring the Mecklenburgische Seenplatte with Kuhnle Tours, discovering the oceans with Star Clipper on the world’s largest sailing ship, or simply experiencing a road trip with Movacar for 1€ in one-way mode.

Innovations and imaginative ideas outside the known paths are at the heart of the Berlin Travel Festival.

20 exciting start-ups in the Nest Area underpin this approach.

These innovative companies, including
Urban Challenger, The Female Traveler, Staycation Collection, Nook Society or Jacana Safari and Tours promise to surprise and inspire visitors with their extraordinary ideas and concepts.

Each startup has a unique story to tell, making the event even more exciting.

Travel and photography are an unbeatable team.

For all photography fans who want to capture their travel memories, the Berlin Travel Festival offers a captivating PHOTO NOW AREA for the first time this year.

Renowned exhibitors such as Leica, Sony, Tamron, Sigma, Panasonic, Kodak, Polaroid and Fujifilm will present their latest products here and share their expertise.

Wonderful highlights are four photography exhibitions by Leica Camera, the travel magazine The Voyager and the well-known Berlin photographer Julia Nimke who let the visitors relive trips in impressive pictures.

On top of that, the winning photos of the internationally known Red Bull Illume Award 2023 – the leading competition for travel and action photos will be presented in an impressive exhibition at PHOTO NOW for the first time after the announcement of the winners.

In the Tiny House Village, coziness meets sustainability. The first Tiny House exhibitors premiered on the festival grounds last year.

This year, eight different compact houses will be rolling onto the exhibition grounds.

Visitors can immerse themselves in the world of Berghaus Tiny House, Mokabin, Destinature, Precofab and Nawalo, among others.

Informative talks and workshops on the topics of Tiny House financing, planning, vacations in Tiny Houses as well as personal experience talks about people’s
individual Tiny House journey, provide deeper insights into the Tiny House universe.

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