The 15th International Wine Tourism Conference (IWINETC) will be held in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, on April 9-10, 2024. The conference, exhiibition and B2B Workshop will be held in the DoubleTree by Hilton Plovdiv Center, a luxurious hotel located in the heart of the city.
Plovdiv is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the oldest cities in Europe. It is home to a rich history and culture, as well as a thriving wine industry. The conference will provide a unique opportunity for wine tourism professionals from around the world to learn about the latest trends in the industry, network with their peers, and explore the city of Plovdiv and Bulgari.
The 15th International Wine Tourism Conference will feature a variety of speakers and panel discussions on topics such as:
- The future of wine tourism
- Sustainable wine tourism
- Marketing wine tourism destinations
- Wine tourism experiences
- Wine tourism and technology
The conference will also include a number of networking events, such as a welcome reception, Wines of Bulgaria Grand Tasting, a gala dinner and post conference wine tasting tours
In addition to the educational and networking opportunities, the conference will also be a great way to experience the best of Plovdiv. The city is home to a number of historical and cultural attractions, as well as a vibrant culinary scene.
Who should attend?
The 15th International Wine Tourism Conference is designed for wine tourism professionals from all over the world. Whether you are working in a winery, a tourism marketer, or a travel writer, this conference is for you.
How to register?
Registration for the 15th International Wine Tourism Conference is now open. The early bird registration fee is €195, and the regular registration fee is €250. To register at the early bird rate, please click here>>
Plovdiv is a city in southwestern Bulgaria, located on the banks of the Maritsa River. It is the second-largest city in Bulgaria, after Sofia, and is the capital of the Plovdiv Province.
Plovdiv is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for its well-preserved Roman ruins, including the Roman Forum and the Ancient Theater. The city also has a number of other historical and cultural attractions, such as the Ethnographic Museum, the Museum of Archaeology, and the Kapana District.
Plovdiv of course is also a major winemaking region and is home to a number of wineries that offer tours and tastings. The city is a popular tourist destination and is known for its vibrant atmosphere and friendly people.
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