This seminar is part of a continuing series of seminars run by ETOA that address all aspects of cultural tourism; community engagement and product diversification are both essential to any strategy for destination and capacity management, and the long-term sustainability of tourism as a job generator that celebrates and sustains local identity.
The diversity of Andalusia, where the relationships and co-existence between distinct cultures have left their mark in landscape and architecture, as well as in its intangible heritage from dance to cuisine, provides a wealth of opportunity for product development. It offers profound and stimulating insight into the success of multi-cultural societies throughout European history.
These might be some of the reasons why a wide variety of leisure tourism buyers are looking with increasing attention at opportunities in southern Spain and North Africa, and for alternatives to some of the most famous sites.
Seville, who with their partners Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Sevilla have kindly agreed to host this event with ETOA, look forward to a stimulating discussion among representatives of both public and private sectors about a positive future for tourism.
- 9h30 registration
- 10h00 free guided tour of the Real Maestranza, a historical landmark of the city
- 10h45 coffee [sponsored by Ciudades AVE]
- 11h15 start
- 13h45 end
- 14h00 drink and tapas
Venue: Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla, Paseo de Colón, 12 · 41001 Sevilla
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