Everything is ready in Havana for the First Congress of the Association for Latin American Culture and Tourism (ACTUAL), the Spanish company GSAR Marketing/MITM Events confirmed.
The report added on Tuesday that ACTUAL generates great international expectation, with 250 participants from 30 countries in that event, which will take place on September 21 at the National Hotel of Cuba. The company insists on praising the National Hotel that historically welcomed the most illustrious international personalities of culture, science, politics and the arts. GSAR Marketing/MITM highlights the establishment's luxury, elegance, distinction and first class services. The hotel is a National Monument and was declared a Memory of the World by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In addition, the Congress will be attended by the most outstanding personalities of culture, art, and tourism in Latin America. The event also brings together prestigious international lecturers of the highest level such as Juan Jose Güemes, Araceli Ramos, Marcela Bacigalupo, Marisol Vanegas, Kevin Sigliano and Jose Enrique Vida Dzul Tuyub, the report states. ACTUAL is organized by Cultourfair- Global Heritage and Cultural Travel Market, and is held within the framework of the 22nd edition of MITM Americas Havana, the pioneering MICE B2B and most influential fair in the Americas. MITM Havana and the Caribbean is held in Cuba for the third time (2004 in Varadero and 2009 in Havana), at the Melia Cohiba Hotel in this capital for a week starting on September 18. Participants of ACTUAL will stay at the Memories Miramar Blue Diamond, that is part of the emblematic establishments of Havana for tourism of congresses and businesses. The program is complemented by musical, cultural, gastronomic and artistic events, giving all participants a unique opportunity to get to know Cuba. Cuba receives more than four million foreign visitors per year and diversifies its tourist offers, which, added to Sun and Beach, proposes nature, adventure, nautical and, above all, congress and incentive trips.