Budapest to host Central European Tourism Forum in February
Budapest will host the Central European Tourism Forum in February, the head of the Hungarian Tourism Agency said in a podcast released on Friday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
The forum, to focus on innovation and technology in tourism, as well as the relaunch of the industry after the pandemic, is expected to draw 500-600 professionals, Zoltán Guller said.
On the last day of the forum, a gastronomy festival, organized together with Michelin, will start in the capital, he added.
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