The Meet & Connect areas and the Wi-Fi of FITUR 2021, which is holding its “Tourism Recovery Special” edition from 19th to 23rd May, will be powered by Georgia. Georgia will also be a prominent part of the International Tourism Trade Fair, and visitors will be able to discover one of 2021’s best tourist destinations.
The Meet & Connect areas are designed as open spaces located around FITUR’s different halls, where visitors can relax, connect, and meet with other colleagues and business visitors, and recharge their mobile devices. These spaces have been specially designed to ensure safer distancing between stands, in compliance with Ifema’s Covid protection protocol.
Georgia will also collaborate with the Fair powering IFEMA MADRID’s Wi-Fi network. This network is a powerful, pioneering technology infrastructure that provides free, state-of-the-art connectivity for FITUR attendees throughout the venue’s different areas.
Georgia will be at FITUR 2021 to promote itself as one of the world’s most attractive countries to visit. This small country offers a great cultural and gastronomic diversity, in addition to its unique natural heritage, where you can enjoy moments of adventure and warm emotions. Furthermore, being situated between Europe and Asia, it offers a perfect marriage between the cultures of both continents.
With the Caucasus Mountains and tropical beaches, Georgia is a paradise for adventurous travellers. And the welcoming character of its people has earned it the title of the land of hospitality.
Georgia highlights its participation in FITUR as “a great opportunity to show that a small, and unique destination like ours can offer a world-class tourist service. So, for example, “we’ll have the opportunity to show the world Georgia’s hidden gems in different places.”
They say, “Although Georgia is a country with an ancient history and culture, its diverse natural heritage and great local hospitality are still waiting to be discovered. Our participation at FITUR will help us reach out to tourism professionals and travellers looking for interesting and safe destinations, especially during and after the Covid pandemic.”