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Cuba participates in the Mediterranean Tourism Fair

Cuba participates in the Mediterranean Tourism Fair

Rome, Mar 18 (Prensa Latina) Cuba participates with a stand in the 25th edition of the Mediterranean Tourism Fair (BMT) inaugurated today in the southern Italian city of Naples with the participation of 450 national and foreign exhibitors.
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The Caribbean nation is represented at the event by the Minister of Tourism of the Cuban Embassy in Italy, Madelén González Pardo, who highlighted the interest aroused by her country’s offer.

In statements to Prensa Latina, the official pointed out that although the pandemic paralyzed a large part of tourist operations, Cuba created new options for the reopening and at this time, she said, “there are several hotels incorporated to our portfolio.”

In this sense, she mentioned the expansion of hotel structures in the Cuban capital with the presence of the Meliá, Kempinski and Iberostar chains and the incorporation as an investor of the Indonesian hotel group Archipiélago Internacional with the recent inauguration of the Gran Aston Habana.

Iberostar, for its part, opened the Coral Level at Iberostar Selection Esmeralda, with 26 kilometers of virgin beach in Cayo Cruz, in the center of the island, González Pardo pointed out.

The BMT will extend for three days an exhibition area of ​​20 thousand square meters and six pavilions, in which business activities, conferences and specialized workshops will take place.


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