The IV Ibero-American Summit on Accessible Tourism will be held at the emblematic Hotel Nacional de Cuba between December 15 and 19, with the presence of 30 speakers from 14 countries in that region and the Caribbean.
Juan Carlos García Granda, Cuban Minister of Tourism, expressed his optimism on Tuesday regarding the recovery of the Canadian issuing market towards the destination of the largest of the Antilles, which for more than two decades has occupied the first place with a higher figure than a million visitors each year.
On the banks of the Mayabeque River, Güines is a western Cuban town founded in the colonial period and known for its fertile lands, which its municipal anthem rightly calls "extensive valley of eternal greenery."
French tourists are the fifth most important group in Cuba and their presence has increased in the country's heritage cities, Diana González, tourism counselor at the Cuban Embassy in France, told Prensa Latina.
Several hotels of the Gran Caribe Group, an entity with 12 123 rooms distributed in 45 facilities in the country, will restart operations as of November 15, coinciding with the official reopening of Cuban borders.
The Covid-19 pandemic poses today a challenge to the tourism sector at the international level, with a direct impact on numerous travel agencies, such as CUBATUR, the longest-lived of the leisure industry in the island.
When the word güira is mentioned, many people may think of this large, spherical fruit with a woody shell of various sizes, with a hard rind, widely used to extract oils, ethanol and as artisan containers.
The 5th International Convention on Tourism Studies, CietCuba 2021 will be dedicated to sustainability, innovation and competitiveness of tourism industry in Cuba, the event's Facebook account published Saturday.
Cuba will participate in the 42nd edition of the IFTM Top Resa Paris fair for tourism professionals, in which the revival of the sector in the island will be promoted, official Diana Rosa Gonzalez announced on Wednesday.
The Spanish hotel chain Meliá will open 18 of its hotels starting next November 15, after the announcement made by Cuban authorities of reopening the island's borders. According to information from that entity, these facilities will be opened gradually with the established health protocols, in favor of preserving the health of visitors and workers.
The Cubanacan hotel group announced this Monday the upcoming opening of 17 of its facilities starting on November 15, in line with the recently announced reopening of the country's borders by the Ministry of Tourism.
Working together for a higher quality and inclusive tourism was the message formulated by the Cuban minister of the sector, Juan Carlos García Granda, this September 27, an international day dedicated to the so-called industry without chimneys.