Borghi magazine was present at Cannero Riviera and Cannobbio (Vb), municipalities that hosted the XVI National Review and the Board Meeting of the association of the Paesi Bandiera Arancione

 
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Borghi Magazine was at the XVI National Review of the association of the Paesi Bandiera Arancione
Thu, 27 Apr 2017

Borghi Magazine was at the XVI National Review of the association of the Paesi Bandiera Arancione

Within the scope of an editorial context of widespread collaboration with the various associations that certify the peculiarities of the Italian villages, in the context of communication aimed at encouraging tourist flows to support the economy of small hospitality, receptivity and crafts businesses, Borghi magazine was present at Cannero Riviera and Cannobbio (Vb), municipalities that hosted the XVI National Review and the Board Meeting of the association Paesi Bandiera Arancione, which took place last weekend.

During the meeting was presented the initiative "Borghi Viaggio Italiano" that will be held in Rome at the Terme di Diocleziano from 06/05/2017 to 09/06/2017, on the occasion of the Year of the Villages (Year of the Borghi), and ended With the annual National Assembly of the Paesi Bandiera Arancione of the Touring Club Italiano, where Borghi Magazine has officially introduced itself to more than sixty municipalities as media partner, with all the various editorial initiatives that relate to communication and visibility not only on the magazine but also on the renewed website www.e-borghi.com.
At the meeting about the "Borghi Viaggio Italiano" event, there were present among the speakers the lawyer Gianni Berrino, tourism councilor for the Liguria Region, Elena Magni, Liguria Region Tourism Manager and Marco Girolami of the Touring Club Italiano.

The Assembly held on Sunday morning at the Cannobio Municipal Theater was also an opportunity to highlight the situation on major tourism projects such as Gusta l'Arancione and Gusta il Blu (project for promotion and tourism awareness of the municipalities certified Bandiera Arancione and Bandiera Blu) which is gaining great success in the Marche region and has just started in Liguria.
At the round table, chaired by the mayors of the two host municipalities, were present the National President of the Association Paesi Bandiera Arancione as well as Mayor of Dolceacqua, Fulvio Gazzola, Giuliano Ciabocco, National Association Vice President and Mayor of Soave, Elisa Cilento and Marco Girolami representatives of the Touring Club Italiano. From the meeting, significant data have emerged regarding the health status of the tourism trends of the villages certified Bandiera Arancione and new important events to be attended in the near future. Participants were able to visit the two municipalities and the lake Maggiore with a special and exclusive tour that allowed them to know some of the cultural, environmental and architectural resources.

By Redazione

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