Via Hansa & Borealis Baltic will as usual be participating at the ITB in Berlin, March 5th – 7th. . 2024. This year we are exhibiting together with the Latvian Tourist Board at Hall 18, booth 109 and together with the Estonian Tourism Board at Hall 18, booth 107. We are looking forward to meeting old and new customers for a presentation of our innovative and sustainable leisure products in the Baltic countries, Poland and Finland. We are all three days at the show and for pre-arranged meetings, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Via Hansa & Borealis is continued committed to the North American market and will, as usual, join the USTOA Annual Conference & Marketplace at the Hotel JW Marriott Los Angeles, December 2nd–6th. Marcella Infantino, CEO Via Hansa & Borealis Nordic, and Hans-Henrik Kjoelby, CEO Via Hansa & Borealis Baltic/Poland, will be attending to offer new high-end FIT and group products in the whole destination area. Appointments can be pre-booked via the appointment system of the conference or by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org
Headed by Senior Sales & Project Manager, Arnar Mar Arnthorsson, a team from Via Hansa & Borealis recently embarked on an unforgettable journey to the captivating Faroe Islands in collaboration with our local suppliers. The archipelago, located in the North Atlantic Ocean and steeped in mystique and wonder, welcomed our adventurers with open arms, unveiling a tapestry of experiences that would forever leave an indelible mark. They wandered through the charming streets of Thorshavn, absorbing the island’s unique atmosphere. As the sun dipped below the horizon, they experienced a local culinary masterpiece—the “shoulder of a lamb.” Another memorable stop was Vágar Island, where they braved the elements to witness the breathtaking “Lake Above the Ocean” at Trælanípa. Kalsoy beckoned, with a vintage schooner journey to Syðradalur and Mikladalur, revealing the legend of Kópakonan. Trollanes and Kunoy’s charms left an enduring impression, and a thrilling RIB boat tour to Hestur Island took the travelers through hidden caves, creating unforgettable memories. They all departed with a newfound appreciation for this remote paradise, vowing to return someday.
In a world where travel has become increasingly commercialized and uniform, the Faroe Islands stand out as an immersive destination that promises to engage all your senses. Its genuine authenticity, awe-inspiring natural beauty, and deep-rooted culture make it a place where travelers can truly connect with the world around them. Via Hansa & Borealis encourages trips to the Faroe Islands for discerned travelers looking for something out of the ordinary. For inquiries about the Faroe Islands, please contact: Arnar.Arnthorsson@viahansaborealis.com
As an active member of the European Tourism Operator Association (ETOA), Via Hansa & Borealis will be attending the ETOA Global European Marketplace Workshop on November 3rd at Intercontinental London – The O2. Stelios Lund, Director of Sales & Operations, and Hans Henrik Kjoelby, CEO Baltic, will represent the company, and participants of the workshop can book appointments via the appointment system of the workshop. After a busy 2023 season, Via Hansa & Borealis is looking forward to meeting old and new customers.
The Danish capital is by UNESCO proclaimed World Capital of Architecture in 2023. The iconic Radisson Collection Royal Hotel Copenhagen, the world’s first design hotel, is the ideal place to start connecting and explore the roots of modern design. The five-star hotel in the center of Copenhagen, right opposite to the Tivoli Gardens, is recognized as one of the famous architect Arne Jacobsen’s principal works of architecture.