The next year’s International Tourism Industry Trade Fair Balttour will take place at the Ķīpsala International Expo Centre on 7-9 February 2025.

See you at Balttour 2025!


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The Balttour international travel trade fair is the most important tourism event in the Baltics, which helps travellers to choose destinations and plan trips, while professionals in the tourism sector are able to get new contacts and develop cooperation.

Balttour 2024 will take place on 2–4 February.

You can travel in different ways! Gain a new experience too!

  • New types and opportunities of travel
  • Treasures of Latvia
  • Travel gems in the Baltics
  • Other destinations and unparalleled sensations
  • Best deals
  • Best road trips

The Balttour trade fair is organised by the Association of Latvian Travel Agents and Operators (ALTA). Service provider: International Exhibition Company BT 1.


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Contract with the Latvian Investment and Development Agency No. 17.1-1-L-2024/33


Discover the Baltics!

  • Tips for traveling in Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania
  • New routes, tourist attractions and adventures
  • Different accommodation, recreational opportunities, bicycle routes
  • Health and wellness tourism
  • Various offers from Latvian regions
  • The most exciting tourist attractions in the neighbouring countries
  • Homemade foods and craft fair

Travel abroad!

  • What’s new in the most popular foreign resorts
  • Travel vouchers and special offers from travel agencies
  • Airline, bus and ferry tickets
  • Road travel, other ideas and suggestions
  • Presentations of destinations and vacation programmes
  • Colourful participants from Europe and other continents
  • Routes in the Baltic Sea region

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  • Number of stands
  • Number of tourism companies represented
  • Number of countries represented
  • Number of countries represented
  • Number of professional visitors * Forecast

In 2024, “Balttour” expects visitors from Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Scandinavia, Europe and eastern countries.