Argentina at FITUR 2022: more than 30 providers participate together with INPROTUR
The South American country has a modern stand, with a giant 7k led screen, where all the destinations and regions were appreciated
Yesterday, the traditional ribbon-cutting of the Argentine stand was held at FITUR 2022, in Madrid, Spain, where it had the broad participation of the private tourism sector and the public sector. More than 30 companies providing tourism services and 10 destinations were present at the fair in search of the reactivation of receptive tourism.
In this way, an important delegation accompanies and works jointly with the National Institute for Tourism Promotion (INPROTUR) to show the nature tourism offer that the country has to offer to Spanish tourists and tourists from around the world. Argentina had a modern and renewed stand, with a giant 7k led screen where all the destinations and regions of the country were appreciated for the impact of those present.
The Argentine delegation is led by the Executive Secretary of INPROTUR, Ricardo Sosa, and is accompanied by the Secretary of Tourism Promotion, Yanina Martínez; the Secretary of Institutional Relations of the Argentine Chamber of Tourism, Horacio Repucci, and the Vice President of Faevyt, Andrés Deya, as well as provincial and municipal authorities and businessmen, among Travel Agents, DMC, hoteliers and service providers.
"Argentina arrives at FITUR with a strong proposal for Nature Tourism, understanding at this juncture that tourists are looking for destinations with open spaces that have the possibility of enjoying them from the landscape, but also with health security," said Ricardo Sosa, who concluded : “This year is the beginning of the recovery of pre-pandemic tourist levels. The Minister of Tourism and Sports is convinced that tourism is going to become a driving force in the development of the Argentine economy and we are working towards these goals. We want to seek more investment from international companies and increase air connectivity to quickly reach pre-pandemic levels of tourists visiting our country."