Year 2017 already rolls full steam ahead, and so do the travel fairs. The HANSA project also prepares for the upcoming tourism season, and the fairs are a great opportunity for You to meet us and get us know a little bit more!

This year we focus on two of the fairs, both in Germany – Reisen Hamburg (8th – 12th February) and ITB Berlin (8th – 12th March). At both fairs You will find our stand with information about the HANSA project and its cities, about our offers and all the possibilities about what you can do and experience in our cities!

Visiting the “Explore HANSA” stand will not only give you more information about traveling to the project cities – be ready for some action already in Hamburg! Depending on Your time of visit at our stand, You will have a chance to meet a medieval knight or dress up as in  Hanseatic times! See, how the coins are minted and try how easy it is to spin the wool! Taste some delicious products from our cities and play fun games!

Check area plans of both fairs to know where to find us:

Reisen Hamburg (The HANSA project will be in Hall B7/413): http://www.reisenhamburg.de/en/for-visitors/visitor-service/area-plan/

ITB Berlin (The HANSA project will be in Hall 18/106): http://www.itb-berlin.de/en/Visitors/ExhibitionGrounds/

For more information, check our Facebook page and look for the news on our website as well! See You in Germany!

About the project:

From October 2015 to December 2018 11 partners from Latvia, Estonia and Sweden work on the project “Hanseatic Approach to New Sustainable Alliances” (HANSA). The project is implemented with the support from the European Regional Development Fund Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020. The aim of the project is to enhance the values of the historical Hanseatic League. Latvia is represented in the project by Cēsis Culture and Tourism Centre, Limbaži, Pārgauja, Koknese and Kuldīga municipalities, Valmiera City Council and Vidzeme Planning Region. Project partners from Estonia are Pärnu City Government and Viljandi Town Government, and Sweden is represented by Region Gotland and Inspiration Gotland, which is also the lead partner of the project.