ProWein 2014: Top tips for visitors

ProWein is massive and visitors are advised to heed the military term “prior planning prevents poor performance”.

ProWein 2014In addition to planning your visit, first time attendees can be forgiven for being a little overwhelmed by the size of the show as well as the ever challenging nature of navigating a public transport system in a foreign country.

Fortunately though, ProWein has come up with five “Top Tips” for visitors offering valuable advice on how to deal with planes, trains and automobiles and making the most of your trip.

So log in, get organised and gird yourself for one of the biggest events in the wine world. Newcomers will need to shape up quick, because it’s only going to get bigger next year.

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