destacados

A delegation of Galician tourism entrepreneurs, many of them members of the Hospitality Association Compostela, partiparon at the International Tourism Fair TTG Incontri B2B, held last week in Rimini, Italy. It is an international exhibition for tourism B2B (Business to Business), oriented companies to do business with each other. In it, representatives of the Italian tourism industry meet to exchange ideas with colleagues, in this case Galician. This is one of the largest fairs in Italy to which the Hospitality Association of Compostela go again, thanks to the good results reaped in previous editions. In addition to allowing direct meeting with other entrepreneurs, visitors have the opportunity to analyze international trends, learn about new products on the market, and to compare products.

Monday October 17th, 2016
ITTG Rimini Italia

Galician businessmen attending the international fair TTG Incontri Rimini

A delegation of Galician tourism entrepreneurs, many of them members of the Hospitality Association Compostela, partiparon at the International Tourism Fair TTG Incontri B2B, held last […]
Thursday October 13th, 2016
mesa de trabajo pontevedra Estratexia Turismo de Galicia 2020

More than a dozen localities hosting the workshops of Galicia Tourism Estratexia 2020

In this process of listening to the sector will be held a total of 28 tables of experts Profitability, management success, tourism in natural areas, changes […]
Wednesday October 12th, 2016
escuela formación itinerante turismo galicia

Restaurateurs Camino de Santiago improve customer service with the formation of CSHG

School Itinerant Tourism Galicia continues this October and November by improving the training of the hoteliers of the Camino de Santiago through its training modules, the […]
Tuesday October 11th, 2016
presumidora de agosto

One hundred thousand people prounds galicia in social networks

Pround of Galicia campaign, launched in mid-August by the Cluster Turismo Galicia, reaches a participation rate of more than one hundred thousand people in two months. Their drivers […]