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Source: the Republic-of-Brazil-2

AGENDAGestores presented with the actions of promotion in order to boost tourism in the cities

By Cecilia De

The delegation of mayors of Rio Grande do Sul ” met with the minister of Tourism. Credit Beto Barata/MTur is The minister of Tourism, Marcelo, Álvaro, Antonio, was received on Wednesday (21) of the managers from the eight municipalities of Rio Grande do Sul, as well as legislators from the state to discuss and decide on actions for the promotion, with a view to improve the tourist offer in the destination, as well as improvements in the infrastructure of the region.The mayors of the cities of Capão do Leão, High Rocks, and Pedro Osorio, Pelotas, Piratini, São Lourenço do Sul, Turuçu, and Morro Redondo were also present at the meeting and presented the proposals for works to be carried out in the districts, in addition to working closely with the MTur to offer to the tourists, and the strategic routes which integrate with a number of municipalities.The managers are also requested to all destinations will be covered in the next step of the program to Invest in Tourism. The representatives of the ministries of Health of the Garden and Lion, Pedro Osorio and the members of the federal Daniel Trzeciak (S/RS), Santini (PTB-RS), Nereus Crispim (PSL-RS), and Liziane Close (PSL-RS), as well as the secretaries of the national structure of Tourism, and the Development and Competitiveness of Tourism, It’s new zealand, and Aluizer Malab, also attended the hearing.At the time, Alvaro Antonio has stressed the importance of destinations in the South, the growth of tourism in Brazil and in the enhancement of the quality of the tourism offer of the national. The prime minister stressed that in the 33 municipalities of the region included in the first step of that is Investing in Tourism and it is forecast that a number of other destinations in Brazil will be addressed in the next stage of the programme, an initiative jointly developed by the Ministry of Tourism, Sebrae, and Embratur.“We want to enhance the experience of visitors who are seeking our destiny. The Southern region has a great potential to expand our tourist offer, increasing the country ” s development and to generate employment and income opportunities for the population,” said the minister. In addition to this, the minister added that the Ministry has already invested more than us$ 341,6 million 1.475 works in Rio Grande do Sul, and the improvements in the infrastructure are constant.By the Prodetur-Tourism, the program of the MTur, some of the 19 projects are being implemented in the state with a total amount of R$ 172 million in tourism infrastructure, training and professional support in the marketing of the destination. Today, the Map of the Brazilian Tourism account, with 371 towns across the 27 tourist regions of the of Rio Grande do Sul.Edit: Victor Alves

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