Tuesday, 29 September 2020

Costa Rica To Host Central America Travel Market

COSTA RICA NEWS – Costa Rica will be the host country for the Central America Travel Market (CATM), the most important tourism fair in Central America, gathering top representatives from the tourism industry in the Central America region together with buyers from key international markets.

Photo for illustrative purposes.
Photo for illustrative purposes.

Expected are 115 European wholesalers, about 180 Central Americans sellers and more than 30 international media sources will be attending the event in San Jos, on October 9 and 10, 2014.

In a press release by the Instituro Costarricense de Turimso (ICT) – Costa Rica’s travel board, it describes the event: the gaze of the Old Continent will be set firmly on our country..

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Wilhelm von Breymann, Minister of Tourism, said that the Costa Rican Tourism Institute took on the challenge of organizing the tenth edition of the fair, which without doubt represents an important showcase for the promotion and positioning of the country as a sustainable tourist destination.

The event is being held at the Centro de Eventos Pedregal in Belén, Herdia.

Source: ICT

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