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ABTA reveals location of the 2014 Travel Convention “Ljubljana, Slovenian capital to host event”

23. 10. 2013
ABTA announced the location today of the 2014 Travel Convention. ABTA revealed that the Slovenian capital Ljubljana will host the event in September of 2014, following this year’s event in Dubrovnik. 

This will be the first time that The Travel Convention has visited Slovenia which shares a border with this year’s Convention host, Croatia. Slovenia is a compact but extremely diverse country, with stunning, unspoilt countryside and a spectacular coastline. The capital, Ljubljana is a picture box pretty city and one of Slovenia’s most beautiful areas, Lake Bled is only a short 55km drive from the city, 

Noel Josephides ABTA Chairman said: “I am very happy to be able to announce that the Slovenian Tourist Board has agreed to host the 2014 Travel Convention. Slovenia is a beautiful, diverse country and I am looking forward to meeting with delegates in the capital Ljubljana in twelve months time.”

Tine Murn of the Slovenian Tourist Board said: “Slovenia and Ljubljana are delighted to welcome The Travel Convention in 2014. Slovenia is a beautiful country and we see this as an ideal opportunity to increase the number of UK visitors to our country and to develop closer ties with the British travel industry.”

22 October 2013

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About ABTA

ABTA has been at the heart of travel for more than 60 years. Our purpose is to help our Members to grow their businesses successfully and sustainably, and to help their customers - the travelling public – have confidence in their travel experience. 

The ABTA brand stands for expertise, reliability and fairness. These qualities are core to us. They ensure that holidaymakers remain confident in the holiday products that they buy from our Members. 

We help our Members and their customers navigate through today's changing travel
landscape by providing schemes of financial protection and a course of redress if something goes wrong; by raising standards in the industry and by giving guidance on issues from sustainability to health and safety; and by presenting a united voice to government to ensure the industry and the public get a fair deal. 

ABTA currently has around 1,200 Members and represents over 5,000 retail outlets and offices. For more details about what we do, what being an ABTA Member means and how we're working at the heart of the industry to ensure that we continue to build confidence in travel visit www.abta.com.