Cuba attends 27th Moscow International Tourism Fair
Cuba attends the 27th Moscow International Tourism Fair (MITT 2021) taking place from this Tuesday until next Thursday 18 in the Russian capital with a delegation headed by minister of the sector, Juan Carlos García Granda.
During the three days of the sample, which is carried out under the strictest security measures due to the pandemic, tour operators, representatives of travel agencies, hotel chains and specialists in the sector in general will hold numerous meetings and exchanges on travel possibilities and offers from the participating countries.
The fundamental purpose is aimed at achieving the recovery of the so-called industry without chimneys. This edition has the presence of over 1,500 exhibitors and more than 22,000 representatives of the sector from numerous nations, including Turkey, Greece, Maldives, Malaysia, Nicaragua, Cuba, Thailand, Montenegro, Israel, Bulgaria, Armenia and Belarus, Kenya, Madagascar, Peru, India, Latvia, Italy and Chile, among others.
The Russian market is of great importance for Cuban tourism and in 2019, some 178 thousand travelers from that Eurasian country visited the Island, a growth of 30% over previous years.
Precisely dedicated to Russia will be the 40th edition of the International Tourism Fair (FITCUBA 2021) to be held from May 3 thru 8 in the famous Varadero resort, with the Sun and Beach modality as its central theme.