In preparation for the Korea World Travel Fair, the Embassy of Slovakia hosted an event on Tuesday April 15 introducing Slovakia as an attractive tourism destination in Central Europe. They also launched a brochure, written in Korean, showcasing the country entitled “Slovakia”.
The fair is quickly approaching and will be held May 29-June 1. For those who have a constant case of the travel bug, this is a one-stop shop to check out where in the world your name is being called. Both domestic and overseas tourism will be showcased.
The embassy showcased some of the most fascinating places to visit in Slovakia through a slide presentation. Locations included medieval castles and chateaus, caves, historical towns, healing spas, and a plethora of outdoor recreation. Slovakia has been in the European Union for 10 years and is a significant trade partner with Korea. If you want a first hand glance at their brochure, as well as information about attractive travel destinations around the world, don’t miss Seoul’s 29th KOTFA.
Located at the COEX Exhibition Center, Hall A will house over 100,000 travel industry professionals, buyers and travel consumers throughout the event. Beyond the individual informational booths there will also be cultural performances, presentations and raffles.
KOTFA vision is:
1) To promote the exchange of travel information by sharing new ideas, products and services with travel professionals
2) To promote domestic and international travel by introducing travel attractions and products
3) To introduce consumer travel trend and to help develop travel products suitable to the market
4) To publicize the participating companies and the fair itself by inviting overseas travel writers and tour operators with the tourism related organizations in Korea.
For more information about KOFTA visit their website: http://www.kotfa.co.kr
Period: Thursday, May 29- Sunday, June 1
Venue: 1 Fl, Hall A COEX
Adress: 58, Teheran-ro 87-gil, Gagnam-gu Seoul
Transportation: Samseong Station (Subway Line 2) Exit 5 or 6. COEX is connected to the station.