The Guide for Best Practices in Digitalisation for Smart Destinations, created by SEGITTUR, consists of a journey through 56 tourist destinations across Spain and the world to tackle digital transformation.
Almost 40 students from 16 Latin American countries have participated in the courses named “Challenges and key points for reactivating tourist destinations in a time of new challenges imposed by the COVID-19 global pandemic, as per the Smart Destination model”, organised by SEGITTUR and the Spanish
Experts in cultural heritage believe that shared governance is key to making profitable investments in cultural tourism by involving the local population, according to the conclusions of the first Smart Destinations Network Cultural Heritage Work Group Meeting, which Palma wrapped up today.
The Executive Committee of the Smart Destinations Network has today approved the addition of 42 new destinations, taking its total number of members to 347: 226 destinations, 50 institutions, 68 participating companies and 3 observers.
The Chairman of SEGITTUR, Enrique Martínez Marín, accepted the Sustainable Stand prize awarded by Fitur to SEGITTUR as part of Fitur 2021.