SEGITTUR and the Basque Government have worked together to adapt the smart destination methodology to the regions. The result is a supra-municipal smart destination methodology, which makes it possible to evaluate tourism areas comprising more than one destination.
La transformación digital del sector turístico, tanto en el ámbito público, como en el privado es fundamental para consolidar y mejorar la competitividad del turismo en España.
The Smart Destinations Network celebrates its third anniversary with a total of 483 new members, of which 328 are destinations; 63 are institutions, 89 are collaborating companies and three are international observers.
Bogotá is the third city in Latin America to be accredited as a Smart Destination, a distinction awarded by the State Society for the Management of Innovation and Tourism Technologies (SEGITTUR), which falls under the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
SEGITTUR has produced the second edition of the Smart Tourism Destinations catalogue, the aim being to list the different products and services that can help destinations on their journey to becoming smart destinations.
SEGITTUR and The Spanish Association for Standardisation (UNE) have signed a collaboration agreement to promote standardisation in the tourism sector, especially in the field of smart tourism.