To join forces in promoting the needs of the health travel and tourism sector in Europe, HTI established partnerships with the leading and recognised European organisations and initiatives focused on supporting and promoting health tourism and bringing industry expertise.
ETC – European Travel Commission, Brussels
A non-profit umbrella organisation gathering national tourist organisations on the European continent is responsible for promoting Europe as a tourist destination in third markets.
ESPA – European Spas Association, Brussels
A non-profit umbrella organisation representing 20 national associations in Europe promotes medical spas and balneology and offers certificates for medical spas (EuropeSpa).
ITB Berlin, Medical Tourism Pavilion, Berlin
The world largest tourism exhibition started the Medical Tourism Pavilion in 2017 for which HTI acts as an organisational partner by providing speakers, buyers & partners.
European Tourism Manifesto
Alliance of more than 60 European public and private organisations covering the whole tourism value chain and beyond, and calling on the EU for action on key tourism policy priorities.
EHTTA – European Historic Thermal Towns Association, Brussels
A non-profit organisation managing the European Cultural Route of Thermal Heritage, an international network of 40 tourist destinations rich in history, cultural heritage and thermal mineral waters.
Termatalia, Orense (Spain)
International Fair of Thermal Tourism, Health and Welfare, organising business events in Spain and Latin America, thus serving as a thermal bridge between Europa and Latin America.
CNTB – Croatian National Tourist Board
The Croatian National Tourist Board (CNTB) is a national tourist organization that promotes the identity and reputation of Croatian tourism at home and abroad.
UEHP – European Union of Private Hospitals, Brussels
A non-profit organisation of national private hospitals associations representing 5.000 independent and accredited hospitals in 17 countries, promoting high-quality healthcare focused on the patient.