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Rail Europe announces its first participation to ITB Berlin 2023

Last Updated on: 22nd November 2023, 04:45 pm

Rail Europe is delighted to announce its very first participation as exhibitor to ITB Berlin, the leading travel trade show, from March 7 to 9 March 2023. Rail Europe, the aggregator of the European train industry, will showcase its extensive range of products and solutions to travel, tourism and mobility experts.

“We are proud to promote sustainable and easy train travel in Europe. Our recent expansion into offering booking solutions also for the European tourism industry reflects our commitment to making train journeys more accessible and meet the rising demand for environmentally responsible travel. ITB Berlin provides the perfect platform for us to showcase these solutions and to demonstrate our continued commitment to the needed mobility and ecological transition,” says Björn Bender, Rail Europe President & CEO.

Björn Bender will be participating in a panel discussion entitled ‘Carriers at the Crossroads between Decarbonization and Changes in Booking and Travel Behavior’ on 7 March, from 1:00 to 1:45 PM at Hall 7.1b, Blue Stage. During the discussion, he will share Rail Europe’s vision and strategy to enhance the rail travel experience throughout Europe, making it simpler, sustainable, and enjoyable.

Rail Europe is the global reference brand for European train booking, both for individual travellers (B2C) and travel industry (B2B) anywhere in the world. Its mission is to aggregate European Rail at an international scale, to make train travel easy and to bring more people onto rail.

The full line-up of Rail Europe’s talks, events, and activities at ITB Berlin 2023 will be revealed in mid-February 2023. Feel free to reach out for more information or for a personal meeting with a member of our team.


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