ABAV is the largest travel fair in the Americas. Organized in partnership with ITB Berlin (Germany), which is also the best fair in the industry focused on European and Asian countries, the ABAV attracts more than 2,700 exhibitors per edition.

Held in Latin America's largest exhibition center, the Anhembi, located in Sao Paulo, the show is usually divided into three main themes: Brazil, Latin American/Caribbean, and International.

Many experiences... and opportunities!

As a visitor, the main fair provides direct contact and experience with different cultures, either by experiencing original products and tasting typical food or by exploring the different local crafts. It is also a great opportunity to learn about South America and the new holiday trends.

For professionals, the ABAV fair is an excellent opportunity to make business and build relationships with tourist trade experts. With exhibitors from over 50 countries, this event is a great platform to establish new contacts.

The ABAV gathers the whole range of professionals related to tourism, such as:

  • Outbound and inbound operators

  • Destinations

  • Airlines

  • Hotels

  • Travel agents

  • Car rental companies

  • Theme parks

  • Consultants

  • etc.

If you're part of these sectors, getting a stand would bring you many benefits! The ABAV is an unique opportunity for tourism professionals to share experiences, get updates on market novelties, do business and build new partnerships. Our team of experts will happily find you the best stand builders & designers in Sao Paulo! Your company will stand out!


Beyond the Fair

The ABAV also offers many conferences and seminars that explore several topics such as responsible tourism, adventure travel, sustainable and socially responsible practices, the future of travel media, new destinations, etc.

Along with that, the ABAV also organizes Express Business Meetings for Brazilian companies and international companies in order to stimulate the creation of new partnerships.

Raquel Dias

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