The Ministry of Tourism and Crafts and the World Trade Center Algiers organize the 21st edition of the International Tourism and Travel Fair. This new edition is being held at a special time in our country as it aims to highlight the initiatives developed in Algeria in the tourism sector.

The International Tourism and Travel (SITEV); an ultimate trade fair and public exhibition, has undoubtedly been the major tourism event in Algeria for the past 20 years. It comes back after two years of absence due to the covid pandemic, from 29 September, to October, 2nd 2022 at SAFEX - Algiers. it is organized by the ministry of tourism and crafts in partnership with the world trade center Algiers.

A true showcase of the Algerian destination, and an essential business forum, this event registers more than 500 participants and attracts thousands of visitors, looking for holiday opportunities, travel, business and investment in the various sectors of the tourism industry.

In addition, this show attracts more and more foreign participants, who believe in the ability of the destination Algeria to position itself sustainably in the international travel markets.

It is also a great celebration, which allows the general public to enjoy a diverse and enriching animation program, and a space for sharing experiences and exchange of information that are proposed to develop, the various thematic workshops and meetings for professionals.

All these elements militate in our opinion in favor of an active participation of your company in this major event, whose impact can only be positive, underlining, that SITEV will be the subject of intensive and dynamic media coverage, of which each participant will be the key actor.

After these two trying years for tourism activity in general, this show is for you a real opportunity to relaunch, visibility and positioning in a changing market.

We are available to accompany you to make your participation a resounding success.

all information regarding the event and registration form are available here