Uruguay Helps Local Tourism
Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 11:10
Pueblo Tourist Prize gives 1 million-plus pesos to local development projects.
Technicians from the Ministry of Tourism give regional informative workshops offering 1 million pesos or more to regions with 5,000 or more inhabitants.
"It is important that the portfolio accompanies the initiatives that, in many cases, mean the first experiences of local tourism development," said the national director of Tourism, Carlos Fagetti.
The first meeting was held on Friday 9 in the city of Canelones and the next will be in Salto and after that comes Flores.
"It is important that the ministry accompany initiatives that [help] local tourism development," Fagetti said.
The Tourist Village Prize was established by the Mintur in 2013, with the aim of promoting local development projects that promote innovation and diversification of tourism.
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Helping local tourism is great stuff
Friday, June 16, 2017 at 02:49
Supports the decision of the Uruguayan government to develop tourism. This is a great decision and will help people get jobs. Tourism today is great, it allows economic development of some areas and the whole country. Greece is one of the countries in my environment that's doing it.