Milan, Italy.- Dominican Republic manages to capture the interest of the Neapolitans as their next romance destination, in the 23rd edition of the Mediterranean Tourism Exchange (BMT), held at the fairground of the Mostra D’Oltremare di Napoli, Naples , Italy.
In this recent edition of the fair, the Office of Tourism Promotion (OPT) in Italy, presented the country as a complete and diverse destination in terms of tourism, highlighting attractive offers that respond to the segments of culture and history, nature, sports, luxury and with special focus on romance and honeymoon.
Neyda García, director of the OPT in Italy, said that the country took full advantage of the opportunity to demonstrate how strong and diverse it is as a tourist destination. The BMT had a high presence of agencies specialized in honeymooners (newlyweds) and it was the ideal occasion for them to meet the unique charms to enjoy love in Quisqueya.
“From lodging in boutique and luxury hotels to knowing about how to live exciting adventures in beautiful corners of the country, we have successfully positioned ourselves in the minds of those who visited the fair in search of an exclusive destination for their honeymoon” revealed García .
The Dominican Republic was also especially highlighted with banners that were strategically placed in the entrance pavilion, making visible the different opportunities of enjoyment presented in the recent advertising campaign called “Me Gusta”.
BMT is one of the leading trade fairs in the B to B sector, which has a registration trend of more than 22,000 trade visitors and approximately 500 exhibitors.
The 23rd edition contemplated different novelties such as the “Training” program dedicated to travel agents and hoteliers, where current problems in the tourism sector were addressed globally and continued with its traditional workshop attended by 100 foreign tour operators specialized in the Italian product and 20 specialized operators in the Spa & amp; Wellness.