• Minube and the International Tourism Fair once again join forces to redesign travel activities at the 38th edition of the Fair
  • The programme includes the IX Edition of the Travellers’ Meet-Up, the VI Edition of the Photography Workshop and the II Edition of Hackatrips

The 38th Edition of the International Tourism Fair to be held at the Feria de Madrid from January 17-21, 2018, and in collaboration once again with minube, will present a programme full of activities for trade professionals during the Fair.

During the days for trade professionals, January 17, 18 and 19, minube School FITUR 2018 will promote collaborative learning by means of two initiatives:

  • Minube Talks FITUR 2018 in collaboration with Ethics UNWTO and Segittur.

Topic: Recommendations on the responsible use of on-line ratings and reviews. January 19, 2018, 1:30-2:30 pm at the FITUR Know How & Export Auditorium. Opening: Marina Diotallevi, Head of Ethics and Social Responsibility, UNWTO.

Speakers: Leire González, Destination Marketing Senior Sales Executive ES, PT and Nordics, TripAdvisor Maribel Rodríguez, Regional Director Southern Europe & LATAM, World Travel & Tourism Council Gonzalo Moreno, Chief Product Officer & Strategy Director, minube. Moderator: Carlos Romero, Director of Tourism Research, Development & Innovation, SEGITTUR

  • Rodajeminube School FITUR in collaboration with Ethics UNWTO, Europamundo Vacaciones and Segittur.

Topic: Responsible Businesses for a sustainable tourism. Date: January 17, 18 and 19

The objective is for this learning experience to become an international benchmark, a yearly meet-up for collaborative learning that takes advantage of FITUR as the world’s meeting point for the tourism industry in order to create audio-visual material to be broadcast over the minube School platform and RRSS.

On Saturday, January 20, the IX Edition of the Travellers’ Meet-Up will be held, the largest of its kind in Spain, where more than 1500 people will once again come together to talk about travelling. Great travellers who left everything behind for the sake of travel will tell of their life-changing adventures, firing the imagination of everyone present.

Anyone who wishes to attend free of charge can register here.

On January 21, Fair-goers can take part in the VI Edition of the Photography Workshop, where they can learn from professional photographers how to take pictures of their trips.

Anyone who wishes to attend free of charge can register here.

The II edition of #hackatrips will take place on January 20 and 21 in Pavilion 10 at IFEMA. As part of FITUR and minube’s initiative to encourage innovation inside the tourism industry, #hackatrips features a contest in which a number of multidisciplinary teams (developers, designers and tourism industry experts.) take part to develop applications. With work groups of up to 5 people each, they have from 10:00 am on Saturday to 3:00 pm on Sunday to come up with the most innovative idea and present it to the jury to win one of the prizes.

Participants can register here.


minube is a travel platform that is with you throughout the whole travel process. It helps you discover your next destination thanks to the recommendations from a community of passionate travellers who share their advice and pictures on more than 70,000 towns and cities around the world. Once you’ve decided on your next trip or get-away, minube helps you plan it out and find accommodations at the best price. Finally, during the trip, the minube app chooses experiences and recommendations on the most original places (sights to see, restaurants) and what best matches up with your location so that you don’t miss out on anything, and all in real time. When you get back home, you can re-live your get-away thanks to a magical process in which all your pictures are organised into albums quickly and simply, making a memory your can share with the rest of the Community.