Invitation to international workshop Baltic Connecting 2010

The Latvian Tourism Development Agency and AirBaltic are happy to invite you to

BALTIC CONNECTING WORKSHOP & TRAVEL SEMINAR
RIGA – SEPTEMBER 11 – 15, 2010

Following the success of “Buy Latvia. Buy the Baltics”, the Latvian Tourism Development Agency in cooperation with AirBaltic will introduce a new concept of combining workshops and seminars with both suppliers and buyers as well as "hands-on" experiences in Riga - fast developing into the Capital of the North, the vivid and green heart of yet to be discovered Latvia and the neighboring Baltic countries Estonia and Lithuania.
Riga, the hub of AirBaltic is literally located in the middle of Europe! It gives you the unique opportunity to establish contact with suppliers & buyers from Western Europe and Russia, the Nordic countries and Southwest Asia. With great pleasure we have invited travel trade professionals from the following countries; Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia and CIS countries, Italy, France, Spain, Austria, Belgium and many others to use this unique opportunity – stay in AirBaltic transit flights connecting point for a longer time and realize the concept of Latvia – best enjoyed slowly

In addition to making new contacts and refreshing existing ones you are also offered a splendid opportunity to ENJOY, RELAX, EXPERIENCE Latvia and Riga. Get acquainted with the Baltic countries - Lithuania and Estonia with their capital cities Vilnius and Tallinn as unique travel destinations during study trips. Get in touch with the local characteristics and enjoy food, drinks and entertainment.

Latvian Tourism Development Agency
Brīvības iela 55
Riga, LV – 1519, Latvia
Phone: +371 672 29 945
Fax: +371 673 58 128
E-mail:
tda@latviatourism.lv
www.latviatourism.lv/

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