GNTO successfully concludes three city India Roadshow
ETW Staff- Mumbai
The German National Tourist Office has concluded its roadshow in Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai. There were over 10 German partners present at the year-end roadshow who were witnessed a good response from the Indian travel trade industry. At the same time, it helped German partners to understand Indian market in a better perspective, hence further aiding in developing a positive image for Germany as a great tourist destination.
Romit Theophilus, director sales and marketing, said, “GNTO, India is grateful to the partners for providing their constant support throughout the year. This year a few new partners have come on board and GNTO look forward to having a long association with them in future. Germany has retained its position of being a popular European destination among Indians. Germany has witnessed 435,052 overnights from India for the period of January-August, 2014. It is savoring to know that the travel trade in Mumbai understands and support Germany as a preferable leisure destination.”
Further, German National Tourist Board has launched the microsite on smart luxury for the travel trade which would facilitate the fraternity to get familiar with unique style of exclusivity in terms of style, service and infinite options for a pampered luxury holiday in Germany.
The partners who had participated in the roadshow were representatives from; Maritim Hotel, Baden Baden, Saxony, Lufthansa, Stuttgart, Bavaria, Air Berlin, KD Rhine, Deutsche Bahn, Euro Tours.