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TOURISM FAIRVirtual stands address content about creative cities, national parks, experiences and trails

By Vanessa Castro

ABAV Collab is on its sixth day of the event and the Ministry of Tourism still has a lot of content to be presented to visitors at the virtual fair organized by the Brazilian Association of Travel Agents. The Folder has an exclusive area on the fair’s online platform where visitors can access various information, projects and actions of MTur. (Access the ABAV platform here) The national secretary for Tourism Development and Competitiveness, William França, affirms that ABAV Collab is a unique space for the exchange of experiences and knowledge. “The Ministry of Tourism has made available very rich information that can and should be used to help in the creation of new ideas for the resumption of tourism and for the promotion of our destinations”, he stressed. four themes that are part of Brazil’s strategic positioning as a tourist destination: Creative Cities, National Parks, Long Distance Trails and Experiences. that are part of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. The international network brings together cities that stand out for having creativity as an essential component of urban development. At the ABAV stand, the creative cities present the attractions related to the creative languages ​​for which they were recognized: Brasília (design), Curitiba (design), Fortaleza (design), Florianópolis (gastronomy), João Pessoa (crafts), Paraty (gastronomy) , Salvador (music) and Santos (cinema) .In the “Experiences of Brazil” area, it is possible to discover the various attractions and tourist routes that Brazil has to offer, such as the secrets and spices of the Amazon, sustainable cultures in the Jequitinhonha Valley ( MG), indigenous experiences in Mato Grosso, ecotourism in São Paulo, Jalapão and Rota das Emotions, as well as gastronomic itineraries and much more. At the “Parques do Brasil” stand, the Ministry of Tourism and the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity ( ICMBio) provide detailed information on Brazilian national parks, such as Serra da Capivara, Iguaçu, Brasília and Chapada dos Guimarães. There are several videos and documents with travel tips, how to access the place, best time to visit, tourist attractions inside the parks, etc. In the “Trilhas do Brasil” field, the fair’s participants are informed about structured long-distance Brazilian routes such as the Transcarioca Trail, the Caminho dos Veadeiros, the Cora Coralina Path, the Serra do Mar Paths, among others. LONG COURSE TRAILS – In September, the Federal Government signed a joint ordinance between the Ministries of Tourism, Environment ( MMA) and the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio), which organizes the expansion of trail tourism in Brazil and defines criteria for joining new routes to the National Network of Long-Range and Connectivity Trails. (Click here to know more) Edition: Rafael Brais

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