25/02/2016 09h38 - Updated 25/02/2016 09h38

Amazon participates in the Tourism Fair of Bogota

The fair started yesterday, 24 and continues until the day 26.
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Continuing the promotion policy of the State, the Government of Amazonas, through the State Tourism Company (Amazonastur), will participate in the 35th edition of the tourist showcase Anato (Colombian Association of Travel Agencies and Tourism), which is held at the Convention Center Corferias, from Wednesday (24), until the day 26, em Bogotá, Colombia.

International tourism event is considered the most important in Colombia and one of the most important in Latin America. The Amazonastur is participating for the second time the fair, which is a meeting point for buyers and sellers of services and international tourism products, and aims to encourage and consolidate that country tourism actions.

Europe
The Government of Amazonas also take part in the Lisbon Tourism Exchange (BTL), to be held in 2 a 6 March in Lisbon, Portugal. An event of this size is particularly important for the Amazon since it is recognized by the turnover it generates among tourism operators and also for being a showcase for the general public, putting the state in the European imagination, increasing this way, to tourism demand for or Amazon.

For the president of Amazonastur, Oreni Braga, participation in such events is especially intended to show the beauty of our state for tourists, "Today, Amazon has an aggressive participation, in the good sense, in international fairs competing with the major tourist destinations in equal character despite the difficulties we, including access. Ten years ago we were not recognized as a tourist destination. Today, we are among the top destinations disclosed promoted by the Ministry of Tourism and Embratur, all around the world", ends Oreni.

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