The first mood report from Europe’s largest tourism and leisure fair the weekend kick-off the traditional CMT was a resounding success. For the second time, the holiday fair opened its doors at the country fair at Stuttgart Airport. Some 60,000 visitors found their way alone on the first two days here to get the latest holiday trends or also the one or other travel insider tip for 2009 on the track. Up to January 25, 2009, the exhibition for caravan, motor and tourism on the new Stuttgart trade fair takes place. The CMT is the biggest consumer exhibition for tourism in Europe. A total of about 200,000 travelers visitors are expected until January 25. As in previous years, the CMT current mood and trend barometer for the current year is fully booked. Travel special interest of the visitors was on the opening weekend of Romania and Argentina, this year’s CeBIT partner countries.

Romania again seems up for 2009 a strong plus to steer. A good accommodation with breakfast is to have at least for 50 euros per night. The Eastern European countries of Bulgaria offer a similar price level and the guest with higher prices to the Bill is asked Czech Republic in Prague. Here a first trend for year-round travel seems to be 2009 for travel in Europe are beginning to emerge. 2009, East Europeans will be among the winners of the travel year. Argentina with its diverse country nature in combination with Chile is also heavily in demand, know Steffen Albrecht, Managing Director of Caravan travel.

Asked prepared self drive tours with all-wheel drive vehicles are especially individual. Also for South America as a whole, a positive booking trend seems to emerge in 2009. Total is: high-quality telescope with good quality standard are unabated strong demand for 2009. South Africa, Namibia and Botswana, but also especially Australia are in the favour of the audience in the first CMT at the caravan stand in Hall 4.