Budapest Boat Show
In the neighboring pavilion, once again, Hungary’s largest boat exhibition hosts about 100 sailboats, motor and electric boats, and countless water sports-related accessories and services.
Caravan Salon, which features the entire range of domestic caravans and camper vans, will be introduced in 2020 in a larger area than before. In addition to exploring the nearly 70 caravans, visitors can choose from a wide range of camping equipment or learn about the work of associations of the theme.
Meet your favorite Hungarian travel blogger again at the Travel exhibition and listen to their experiences and travelling advices!
Unwalked Paths Festival
The Unwalked Paths Festival, Hungary’s largest event for independent and extreme travelers, is celebrating its 10th anniversary at Travel exhibition 2020.
Hungarian and foreign travelers, well-known travel bloggers from around the world gather this weekend to share their stories and experiences with the audience looking to travel.
Visitors last time had the opportunity to experience the thrill of wall climbing and the escape room, or to take a virtual tour of Hungary! The Active island awaits its visitors with renewed content in 2020!
Momentán – Improvisational Theatre
After the great success last time, the Momentán Improvisation Theatre is preforming on the stage of the Travel exhibition again! The show is created with the audience involved, based on the ideas of the audience, so in 2020 the visitors of the event can once again enjoy a unique and unrepeatable performance!
As visitors have become accustomed to, the Travel exhibition stage is always filled with a variety of colorful shows, performances, music and dance. It won’t be any different in 2020!
HTCC Africa Expo and Fair
In 2020, the Africa Expo and Fair, the first, thus most exclusive, four-day international thematic forum for Africa, will return to the Travel exhibition in 2020. The success of the event has been uninterrupted since 2011, with 295,000 visitors so far interested in the 158 companies and organizations from 26 African countries.