32nd International Tourism Fair
U.S. Pavilion highlights New York and Ohio
25. February 2010. | 08:55
On Thursday, February 25, the U.S. Pavilion at the 32nd International Tourism Fair will present New York City and Ohio State.
On Thursday, February 25, the U.S. Pavilion at the 32nd International Tourism Fair will present New York City and Ohio State, as per the following schedule:
10:00 – 14:00 Featured Location: New York
11:00 – 12:00 U.S. Visa Procedures Presentation
12:30 – 14:00 Lexmark ‘Postcard’ Promotion for New York
14:00 – 18:00 Featured Location: Ohio
14:00 – 15:30 Lexmark ‘Postcard’ Promotion for Ohio
15:30 – 16:30 U.S. Visa Procedures Presentation
New York City has many nicknames: Capital of the World, Big Apple, City That Never Sleeps, etc.
All of them describe only small aspects of probably the most interesting city in the world. Exactly for this reason, more than 45 million tourists visited New York in 2009, and this figure is expected to increase by an additional 2 million in 2010.
New York City's five boroughs are home to some of the most recognizable and cherished landmarks and attractions in the world. Visitors marvel at the stunning icons they’ve come to know through TV and the movies, while locals revel in the historic sites that define the place they call home. From the Statue of Liberty to Broadway, from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City exudes visual magic.
For all information or any additional assistance in planning your vacation or business travel, you can contact New York Convention and Tourism Bureau, with lots of information that can help you to spend your time in this city the best possible way.
Are you a Rock Star, do you want to be a Rock Star, or do you just want to be surrounded by Rock Stars?
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland is the place for you! However, Ohio has much more to offer. Of course you can see LeBron James play basketball for the Cleveland Caviliers, but you can also learn about Native Americans and the Underground Railroad. Visit the world’s largest military aviation museum and the birthplace of rock & roll. Explore the country’s best zoos and museums.
Take a look around and discover just how much fun Ohio can be. Visit one of more than 100 wineries throughout the state, or hear the clip-clop of an Amish buggy in Amish Country—home to the world’s largest Amish population.
Discover our rich space and aviation history through Ohio notables such as the Wright Brothers, John Glenn, and Neil Armstrong.
If you plan on visiting friends or family in Ohio, be sure to collect more information from the Ohio Division of Travel and Tourism, P.O. Box 1001, Columbus, OH 43216-1001.