The 6th International Seminar on Journalism and Tourism (with head office in the International Institute of Journalism of Havana), is directed to professionals and every year increases its payroll.
The first three days of the meeting will be dedicated to the conferences and then they will go on to specializing visits, with information on behalf of academicians and specialists of the Department of Tourism (Mintur) of this country.
In the folder for the activities of the event, the organizing committee informed, there are the current tendencies of the tourism, and the link with economy, culture, environment, computer technologies, gastronomy, tangible and intangible patrimony, among others.
Precisely, the program opens with a report on the Destination Cuba and projections of development, in charge of Mintur, in addition to elements as the new image of the historical center, of Old Havana, included a trip on the places of major relevance.
The participants will take access to presentations as those of the Spanish chain hotel Iberostar and their link with the island, the strategies of interactivity, the management of networks and visibility Online.
Among the topics they will tackle the culture facing tourism, and nature with exchanges with executives in Cuba of the Canadian group BlueDiamond.
Patrimony, traditional products as the rum and community initiatives as that of the cultural Kcho Romerillo Center , complete the agenda of tasks for this international seminar.
Tourism receives heyday in the island with the attention to more than 3,5 million foreign visitors per year, and an infrastructure in growth that at present her compose more than 62 thousand rooms in approximately 300 hotels, along with the work of the private accommodations.