Advertising Seychelles as the ideal honeymoon place to go for Italians



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The magical sunsets, glowing blue seas, lush greenery, and the having plenty of tranquility, together create the ideal setting for honeymooners.

All these and more were showcased in the recent Travel in Love class held at the historic Palazzo delle Stelline, in the heart of Milan, Italy. It was the ideal location in order to attract the travel agencies from the city and region.

The workshop was organized simply by popular trade magazine, Travel Quotidiano, aimed at promoting honeymoons with vacation agencies of the area.

Honeymoons are still a very important segment within the core business of the travel companies in Italy and has not reduced during the economic crisis of the past many years. From research conducted by the journal, 69% of the travel agencies’ honeymoons are a very important activity in their company, and the most popular destinations are the Usa plus sea extension (57%), as well as the Far East, Japan, and Indian Sea (33%).

Seychelles remains among the most popular destinations with its perfect beauty and the possibility to be coupled with a safari in Africa or perhaps a city stay in the United Arabic Emirates.

Among the twenty individuals who took part were a few tour operators such as Idee for each Viaggiare or Valtur, hotel stores, cruise companies such as MSC plus Royal Caribbean, and several tourism planks to promote popular honeymoon destinations.

Seychelles was represented from the Seychelles Tourism Board’ s (STB) Regional Manager, Monette Rose, that had the chance to meet the trade plus update the agents on the location and new products. A lot of interest has been shown from the trade.

STB’ s representative in Italia also took part in a comparable event held in Rome previously last month, which was dedicated to luxurious travel and focused on high-end companies destinations.

 

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