Experts: Colonial Zone can catapult the country’s tourism
Santo Domingo.- Local and foreign experts who took part in the seminar “The Renaissance of a historical center” agree that Dominican Republic’s Colonial Zone has a valuable potential to catapult the country’s tourism.
The workshop at the Pontifical Catholic University PUCMM) forms part of “Spanish weeks in the Dominican Republic,” hosted by the Spanish Embassy in collaboration with more than 30 agencies and companies, including the Spanish Chamber of Commerce, and Casa de España.
In the opening speech, PUCMM rector monsignor Agripino Nuñez stressed the importance of making significant investments in the Colonial Zone’s economic and in day-to-day activities, to enhance the tourist’s experience through visits to its monuments and interactions with its residents.
For Spain Ambassador Jaime Lacadena, the seminar seeks to revitalize the country’s two major historical centers: Santo Domingo and Santiago, and strengthen the bonds of friendship between the two nations.
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