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NAPOCTEP will participate in INTUR, the International Fair of Inland Tourism

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.


NAPOCTEP will participate in the Spanish-Portuguese fair FEHISPOR

The NAPOCTEP project will be present at the Fair represented by two beneficiaries of CIM-RC COIMBRA and FINNOVA, who will present the good practices of the project, besides making a presentation on the brand “Napoleonic Routes in the Iberian Peninsula”

From 21 to 24 November 2019 will take place FEHISPOR, the historic fair that presents the best selection of Luso-Spanish content. This year, the 30th edition of this fair will feature TURIBERIA, the first thematic space on tourism between Spain and Portugal. The event will take place at IFEBA – Instituto Ferial de Badajoz.

TURIBERIA will have institutional stands that publicise the most outstanding cross-border cooperation actions, such as the Interreg POCTEP Programme. The programme will organise a project-to-project meeting to compare existing good practices with the aim of capitalising on results.

In this context will be present the NAPOCTEP project (, represented by two beneficiaries CIM-RC COIMBRA and FINNOVA, which will present the good practices of the project, besides giving a presentation on the brand Napoleonic routes on the Iberian Peninsula. This intervention will take place on the 21st of November from 10:30 to 11:30 during the Meeting of Tourism Projects Interreg Spain-Portugal, within the block concerning “Promotion of marks”.

More than 225 exhibitors and nearly 30,000 visitors are hosted each year by FEHISPOR. In addition to TURIBERIA, the fair will also have other themed fairs that reflect the cooperation between Spain and Portugal, such as the Salón de la Gastronomía Hispanolusa, the Feria de San Mateo de Elvas or the Salón de la Artesanía.

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