Bariloche supports virtual tourism with the landing page “We'll see you soon”
The Patagonian destination launches a place that includes contained experiences, designed so that all families can see it, feel it and visit it from the convenience of their families
“Given the context, we decided to help distract families from taking their homes to the best of our city, surrounding them with beautiful scenery, culture and gastronomy. We hope that this will be a valuable and fun experience in the period of social isolation ”punctualizes Diego Piquín, Chief Executive of Emprotur Bariloche.
Users will be able to download and color Easter activities for children, put their creativity on TED charts on the similarity between art and the construction of postures in modern societies and use different ways of landscape.
In spite of the cancellation of festivities such as the National Chocolate Festival and the opening of all tourist circuits, the priority is to preserve the health of the city so that more tourists can visit the attractions of the city.
“Today's priority is health, which means staying at home does not mean vacations, it means prevention and care. I am sure that if we take the measures with responsibility, we will see you back ”, adds Gastón Burlon, Secretary of Tourism of Bariloche.