Tourism Industry News

I. Olympics of Tourism

22/03/2010 10:38

Hungary (WorldTourismNews) - In the past six years the yearly organized sportgalas were just the introduction of the I. Olympics of Tourism which is going to be held between 2-6th June 2010 in Budapest.

In the last period in every year there was a tourism sportgala, which was the introduction of the I. Olypics of Tourism. The Olympics of Tourism which is going to be held in this year is going to be organized for people who works and study in tourism and wants to give the chance to the people to have a professional meeting and to compete in 25 sports. The organizers are waiting for everybody who works in or for tourism (e.g. Travel agencies fellow workers, who works in hotel trade, people who works in catering trade...) and for students who study tourism.

The participants can choose from three program groups:

Sport tournaments, Professional and Cultural programs


Sport tournaments
In the 25 sports can compete the participants:
Archery, athletics, badminton, beachball, bench press, biliard, bowling, bridge, chess, cycling, dancing, darts, duatlon, golf, mini marathon, poker, squash, sports climbing, small team soccer, shooting,  sreetball, swimming, table tennis, tennis, triatlon.

Professional programs
The enquriers can choose a lot of kind of topics within the confines of all-day conference: spacetourism, environment, health care, tourism and peace, sustainable development in tourism and the situation of tourism.

Cultural programs
The organizers are waiting the enquirers with various tourism programs: sightseeings with bus and trips (Budapest, Hortobágy-Debrecen, Pécs, Balaton, Dunakanyar and Vienna), pleasure trips, visiting the Lázár tanya, and international cultural evening also enrichs the offer.
You can find more information about registration fees, the dates of programs, about the prices and about the different allowances on our website:


For more information contact:

Metinda Travel
Budapest 1024, Fillér u. 16.
Telefon: +36 1 789 3807, +36 30 217-6808
Fax: +36 1 789 6855


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