Jardines del Rey opens its doors today to the XLII Tourism Fair

Jardines del Rey opens its doors today to the XLII Tourism Fair

HAVANA, May 1 The sun and beach destination Jardines del Rey will open its doors today to the XLII International Tourism Fair (FITCuba) 2024, to promote the leisure industry of the largest of the Antilles.FITCuba will be dedicated, on this occasion, to Latin America and the Caribbean and will allow for the development of strategies, policies and actions in the tourism market, as well as becoming familiar with Cuban destinations and products.

Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Paredón are the triad of keys that make up the paradisiacal space in which this year tour operators, company executives, officials, travel agencies and sector specialists will meet.

Jardines del Rey opens its doors today to the XLII Tourism Fair

The Gran Marena Cayo Coco Hotel will be the space that will host the main activities of FITCuba, with a particular focus on the nautical and non-hotel areas.

Another fundamental aspect of the event is to seek greater air connectivity, depending on the flow of travelers growing and the country witnessing the take-off of the so-called industry without chimneys.

The Fair will take place just days after Cuba will reach one million foreign visitors, representing a boost in the goal of reaching three million in the current year.

Canada remains the main source of incoming travelers, followed by Cubans living abroad, Russia, the United States, Germany, France, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Spain and Argentina.

The XLII International Tourism Fair will run until May 5.

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