With more than 22 000 visitors in 2018, the SITV confirms its position as the number one Tourism fair in the Eastern part of France and its rank among the 5 most important ones in France. Its huge success is the proof of its experience: as a true tourism event, it offers each visitor a large number of various possibilities of travels and gives him also the opportunity to get valuable information and to meet frequent travelers and tourism professionals. With Tokyo & Japan as our 2019 Guest of Honor, this new edition will for the 11th consecutive year co-host Solidarissimo, the Solidarity Tourism and Economy Fair.

Whether you are a world-traveler or a lover of fine sand beaches, a keen sport amateur, a parent or a slightly crazy adventurer, come and take a large breath of fresh air at the SITV!  Give yourself a little foretaste of your next holidays and choose between Ecuador’s active volcanoes, hiking in Peru, the Pacific Ocean’s idyllic beaches and the Alps snow resorts!

SITV History 

1985: 1st edition - Creation of SITV by the CCI de Colmar et du Centre Alsace - 12 414 visitors - 152 exhibitors
1995: 11th edition - 28 872 visitors- 414 exhibitors
2002: 18th edition - 1st country Guest of Honour:  The 7 Wonders of the World - 31 120 visitors - 450 exhibitors
2009: 25th edition - Creation (in partnership with the NGO "Tourisme Sans Frontières - TSF" (Tourism without borders) of Solidarissimo, Fair dedicated to Tourism and the Equitable Economy
2014: 30th edition - Country Guest of Honour: Japan - 30 131 visitors - 412 exhibitors
2018: 34th edition - Country Guest of Honour: San Fransosco - 22 000 visitors - 350 exhibitors


VISITOR’S PROFILE

Visitor Profile SITV


A STRATEGIC LOCATION 

• close to major international airports
•well served by French and German high speed trains (TGV and ICE)

MAIN AIRPORTS
• Francfort : 2h40 to Colmar
• Zürich : 1h40 to Colmar
• Bâle-Mulhouse-Freiburg : 35 mn to Colmar
• Strasbourg : 45 mn to Colmar
• Paris Charles de Gaulle : 3h30 to Colmar

Zone to attract visitors - Rhine Bassin
A region of more than 9 million people.