Saló Internacional de Turisme de Catalunya 2010
From Thursday the 15th of April until the 18th, palaces 1, 2 and 3 of the enclosure of Montjuic Fira de Barcelona opens its doors to present the 19th edition of Salo International Turisme de Catalunya 2010 (SITC), organized by Fira de Barcelona and inauguarado by the councillor of Innovation, Universities and the Enterprise of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Josep Huguet.
El Saló Internacional de Turisme de Catalunya presents the supply of global tourist destinations of the hands of more than 1,100 exhibitors from 60 countries and Spanish regions.It is ideal for those people who consider themselves as lovers of travelling, that are looking to learn, new experiences and like to have fun discovering unexpected landscapes, music and dance, aromas and flavors from all around the world.
For the first time in almost 20 years of history, the SITC-time reserved exclusively for the first day of tourism professionals. This initiative ensures that dealers, travel agents, buyers, tour operators and other technicians of the sector in Catalonia can exchange information, close business and attend various technical conferences exclusively for them. Will feature presentations by leading experts and academics,institutional and enterprise which will cover various topics.
New of this year is that the room comes with a new space dedicated to cruises in addition to the proposals offered each year. Offers such as Puerta del Desierto with proposals to the Arab world, the third edition of the Pink Corner specializes in gay tourism or Area with Offers with travel news and best conditions.
In this 19th edition, it is expected that attendance exceeded by reference to its previous edition, which was about 200,000 visitors between the public and professionals.
Written by Marga Villanova
Spain is a destination of cities of tradition and luxury. A modern and avant-garde country, business and financial center, which has a unique and wide variety of cuisines from the south to the north of the country ...
Barcelona, Madrid, Bilbao ... cradle of modernist architecture and culture .. Museums, buildings, cathedrals and large gardens can be found throughout the Spanish georgrafía.
A country that lives by day and night, and with a tradition of tapas that never sleeps.
A destination that offers a wide variety of different places for all tastes and seasons.