Borba will route and tourist signs with the Amazonas Government support

The city now wants to expand the supply of tourism products creating a route and providing the municipality with signaling international standards.
01/11/2017 16h03 - Updated 2/11/2017 14h22
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Known for being one of religious tourism destinations most sought in the Amazon, Borba (a 151 kilometers from Manaus) now wants to expand the supply of tourism products creating a route and providing the municipality with signaling international standards.

These were some of the subjects of the meeting that took place on the afternoon of Tuesday (31/10), between the deputy mayor and secretary of tourism, Antônio Maia City, and the president of the State of Amazonas Tourism Company (Amazonastur), Orisne Junior.

In response to this demand, the Government of Amazonas, by Amazonastur, send the technical council to begin a survey of the current scenario, in addition to guiding the beginning of the work of implementing the route and tourist signs.

"We are following the determination of Amazonino Mendes governor is to work the essence of each municipality, in order to provide all of them with tools and equipment that tourism is crafted in the best possible way ", said holder Amazonastur, Orsine Junior.

The Borba deputy mayor left the meeting satisfied and believes the city will live a new moment in tourism. "We are sure that from this partnership with government, by Amazonastur, we will further develop the tourist activities of our town ", completed Antônio Maia City.

History
In addition to the route and tourist signs, Deputy Mayor said the county is working on the revitalization of the historic center and the Largo de Santo Antônio de Borba, which will further enhance the surroundings of the Basilica of St. Anthony, one of the main tourist attractions.

Located in Wood Pole, Borba is one of 30 State of the municipalities that are part of the current Tourist Map of Brazil, released last month by the Ministry of Tourism.


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