The project will be presented at the stand of Castilla y León as an example of good practices in sustainable rural tourism
From 21 to 24 November, Valladolid will host the 23rd edition of INTUR, the famous International Fair of Inland Tourism. This year there will be more than 300 exhibitors on culture, enogastronomy and nature, the key themes of rural tourism. In this edition, more than 44,000 visitors will be able to get to know NAPOCTEP first hand.
Two of the project beneficiaries, members of the FINNOVA Foundation and Fundación Siglo respectively, will directly represent the Napoleonic route project in Spain and Portugal at the Junta de Castilla y León stand. In this way, NAPOCTEP will be exhibited together with other projects at national level as a good example of good practices in sustainable, quality and strategic rural tourism, which helps to boost the rural world by enriching the territory, safeguarding the environment and creating seasonally adjusted jobs in rural and inland areas.