The offer of Brasov County at the Romanian Tourism Fair, which took place on November 17th - 20th 2016 in Bucharest, is a new one and it is based on culture, nature and sports.
?From November 17th to 20th 2016, the Brasov County Council (CJ) attended the Romanian Tourism Fair of (TTR autumn edition) as partner of the National Tourism Authority (ANT) for promoting the Carpatica Convention and the county touristic offer for winter 2016 ? spring 2017? said Mr Adrian Veștea, Chairman of the Brasov County Council (CJ)
New promotion concept
ANT wants to promote Romania by means of a new concept, emphasising on the digital technologies. Therefore, there was only one desk in this year?s stand, the one pertaining to ANT. The Brasov County Council had an info point with an LCD touch-screen monitor and audio system, branded ROMANIA, the logo of Carpathian Convention and the logo of Brasov County. Here the tourists watched videos of the objectives around Brasov area.
High tech technology
Brasov County was promoted using high tech technology. A guide was live from Brasov for 15-20 minutes, presenting a tour/main objective with monuments, touristic attractions or the traditions of the area. Throughout the fair days there were live transmissions from Brasov. There were also two presentation clips, emblematic for Brasov County.
The National Authority for Tourism in partnership with the Brasov County Council also organized at the fair the Conference entitled ?Management of the Romanian Carpathians Destination? by supporting the Platform for Coordinating the Sustainable Tourism of Carpathian Convention.
We mention that in 2016, at the meeting of the Tourism Working Group of Carpathian Convention held in Brasov, it was decided the establishment of three Centres for Sustainable Tourism in Romania (Brasov), Poland and Ukraine. This November, Brasov County entered into a collaboration protocol regarding the establishment and operation of Brasov Centre with the National Authority of Tourism within the Platform for Development of Sustainable Tourism in the Carpathians.