The 7th of November, the 8th edition of CULTOURFAIR will take place, the only international B2B tradeshow worldwide specialized in luxury and high-standing cultural tourism, geared exclusively towards professionals. Held in Madrid, in the frame of the Capital Iberoamericana de la Cultura Gastronómica. 

From the 7th to the 9th of November, at the Hotel VP Plaza de España Design *****, the host and official sponsor of the event, the benchmark for luxury and exclusivity in the capital.

The event will feature a luxurious networking program, kicking off with a welcoming reception cocktail offered in the elegant and sofisticated Hyatt Regency Hesperia and will conclude with a closing dinner that will be held at the recently inaugurated Hard Rock Hotel, a magical location that seamlessly combines music, art and culture.

CULTOURFAIR has the support of the City Council and the Comunidad de Madrid. Almudena Maillo, Councilor for Tourism of the City Council, will welcome all participants and the Deputy Minister for Culture and Tourism, Daniel Martínez, will close the event. It also has the support of the Academia Iberoamericana de Gastronomía and its President, Rafael Ansón. CULTOURFAIR is sponsored by the Hotel Pestana CR7 Gran Vía, AIBG, Iberia, FB Audiovisuales, Intermundial Seguros and Goldriving.

In recent years, Madrid has consolidated itself as one of the most outstanding cultural, gastronomic and leisure capitals internationally. In addition, Madrid has just been recognized for the 4th consecutive year as the best MICE destination in Europe, a benchmark in tourism excellence.

CULTOURFAIR is organized by MITM Events, pioneer business in the world of organizing B2B trade shows, has to this day, organized 54 editions in 37 cities and 18 countries. Among them is Fitur MICE, the MICE section of Fitur, which this past May concluded its 3rdedition with extraordinary results; over 2000 appointments completed between more than 100 participants from 21 countries, consolidating Fitur MICE as the essential meeting for MICE Tourism in the capital, labelled by its participants as a resounding success.