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The Argentinian ministry of Tourism, through the Nationwide Institute of Tourism Promotion (INPROTUR), was present – for the 9th consecutive year – in the German born capital with a booth of forty square meters in the Gay and Lesbian Take a trip Pavilion. There, Marcelo Costa (International Promotion Manager of INPROTUR) plus Santhiago Goncalves (LGBT Tourism Planner of INPROTUR), along with Pablo Sobre Luca and Gustavo Noguera, chief executive and vice president of the Argentinian Gay Lesbian Chamber of Business (CCGLAR), showed the advances from the LGBT tourism in Argentina.
During the third day, INPROTUR and CCGLAR gave a special identification to the Argentinian Embassy in Bremen for the support and the work the fact that diplomatic representation performs. Ambassador Luis Marí a Kreckler received the particular distinction in the Argentinian Pink Part.
In addition , the Argentinian make of LGBT Tourism, Amor., was provided. The extensive work of incorporation and equality that our nation manifests allows Argentina to position itself among the five destinations most chosen by LGBT community.
To get Goncalves, the key of the Argentinian function is the “ constancy of the team-work, which has been consolidated for a long time and guarantees to advance much more”.
On the other hand, De Luca and Noguera maintained: “ Today, thanks to the long term support of the Ministry of Travel and leisure, through INPROTUR, and companies centered on the sector, we can say happily that our country leads the worldwide LGBT tourism promotion in Area and Amor. begins to be the Argentinian brand of egalitarian tourism “.
Regarding the advance of LGBT Tourism in Latin America, Costa highlighted the presence, for the first time within ITB Berlin, of the Latin United states LGBT Tourism Association (ALAT. LGBT) with participants from Costa Rica, Chile and Argentina, who showed the particular offer of these destinations for the section.
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