Visit Bahrain Attracts 27,000 Eastern European Tourists with 4 Weekly Flights Over 6-Month Winter Spectacle!”

During the ITB Berlin Fair in Germany, “Visit Bahrain” unveiled its collaboration with travel and tourism agencies in four Eastern European nations. The objective of this partnership is to attract around 27,000 tourists from these countries to visit Bahrain between November 2024 and April 2025.

CEO of Visit Bahrain Mr. Ali Amralla shared insights into the initiative, highlighting that a dedicated team within “Visit Bahrain” will organize the arrival of European tourists, scheduling four flights per week over a six-month period. The comprehensive program includes accommodation, entertainment, and guided tours covering the Kingdom’s prominent tourist destinations.

In an official statement, Mr. Amralla emphasized the company’s preparedness to welcome these European visitors. He expressed confidence in delivering an exceptional tourist experience in Bahrain, drawing on the company’s extensive expertise in hosting tourist groups from various parts of the world.

Mr. Amralla said: “Our dedicated efforts revolve around offering essential services such as accommodation, transportation, and entertainment for tourists. We have crafted a comprehensive tourism program that encompasses a diverse range of experiences, including visits to tourist attractions, entertainment venues, historical and heritage sites throughout the Kingdom of Bahrain. Moreover, our program extends to include opportunities for shopping, dining, engaging in sports, marine activities, attending parties, and more. Our goal is to fulfill the aspirations of our visitors and enhance their overall travel experiences.,”

Mr. Amralla underscored “Visit Bahrain’s” commitment to advancing its business and solidifying its leadership in the tourism sector. The initiative also aligns with supporting the broader tourism strategy in the Kingdom of Bahrain, aiming to extend the average duration of a tourist’s stay to over three nights and elevate daily spending to more than BD 73.

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