The Dubai Tourism Bureau has officially opened its Budapest office. The emirate sees significant potential in Hungary and therefore would like to achieve notable growth in the number of Hungarian tourists visiting Dubai. The main aim is to strengthen relationships with existing partners and establish new partnerships in the travel profession in Central and Eastern Europe.
Dana Kamber, the manager
responsible for strategic partnerships at DTCM (Department for Tourism &
Commerce Marketing) of Dubai, took the opportunity to explain the background of
the decision by Dubai to open a representative office in Hungary.
"Hungary is a key source
market for Dubai and the Dubai Tourist Office and its partners aim to inform
Hungarian tourists about the extreme variety that the emirate presents to them.
In addition, the new office can also support the local partners of DTCM in
Budapest. The number of direct flights is growing and Hungarians do not need a
visa to Dubai since 2014," she pointed out.
The opening was celebrated with
a gala dinner at the Gerbeaud confectionary shop in downtown Budapest. The gala
was attended by key members of the Hungarian tourism industry and media representatives.
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