The Smart Destination Network Plenary Committee is meeting for the tenth time during the World Congress, held in Valencia, where the progress in the Smart Destinations Platform was presented.
Plasencia and Zafra, two cities in Extremadura, have begun work towards becoming Smart Destinations, hand in hand with SEGITTUR and with support from the Government of Extremadura. This work is supported by a grant from the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sports.
SEGITTUR and Microsoft Spain have entered into a partnership agreement to promote the digital transformation of tourist destinations.
The Executive Committee of the Network of Smart Destinations, chaired by the Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés, today approved the incorporation of 67 new destinations and the modification of the Network’s regulations, and analysed the categorisation of all its members.
SEGITTUR has signed a partnership agreement with the Council of Tenerife, through Turismo Tenerife, which turns the organisation into a promoter of the Smart Destination model on the island.
The Spanish Association for Standardisation (UNE) develops intense standardisation activity for smart cities and destinations, in line with the main objectives of the Secretariat of State for Tourism and led by SEGITTUR (Sociedad Mercantil Estatal para la Gestión de la Innovación y las