DR present at the 26th edition of the International Tourism Fair of Latin America (FIT).
The 26th edition, which took place from October 1 to 4, 2022, summoned 81,243 visitors, surpassing the record edition of 2019
The Dominican Republic participated in the 26th edition of the International Tourism Fair of Latin America (FIT) 2022, which was held at the La Rural exhibition fairgrounds, autonomous city of Buenos Aires, where business meetings were held so that more South American tourists would visit Quisqueya.
During the days of the event, a work agenda was completed with airlines and tour operators selling the Dominican tourism product.
The Dominican stand had a space of 160 m2 in the International Sector, where 16 companies from the country’s tourism services chain, including hotels and incoming companies, participated and held business meetings.
In addition, several Argentine media outlets visited the stand, as did thousands of people attending the event in search of information on the Dominican Republic as a destination.
The FIT fair is the most important in the region and was held in an area of 34,625 m2, where 1,784 exhibitors gathered.
The 26th edition, which took place from October 1 to 4, 2022, summoned 81,243 visitors, surpassing the record edition of 2019. On the other hand, until the third day of the fair it had more than 23,000 tourism professionals summoned.
Within the framework of the event, other outstanding events took place, including the “FIT Visit Argentina Connect” business round that brought together 120 national and international tour operators.
There was also the FIT Tech space of the Travel Forum Latam, which provided talks and training for the industry on innovation, technology, sustainability, and global and local tourism issues.
Gustavo Hani, president of FIT, the Argentine Chamber of Tourism (CAT), the Argentine Federation of Associations of Travel and Tourism Companies (FAEVYT) and the Argentine Chamber of Tourism (CAT), presided over the opening ceremony.
Tourism (FAEVYT); Matías Lammens, Minister of Tourism and Sports of Argentina; Lucas Delfino, President of the Tourism Board of the City of Buenos Aires, among others.
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