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Promotion and Development Association for Bucharest Tourism

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The City Hall of Bucharest supports the Association for the Promotion and Development of Tourism in its efforts to promote tourism initiatives in the city.

Nicusor Dan, the general mayor of the city, declared that the Tourism Promotion and Development Association in Bucharest is officially operational. The Association will receive the necessary funding this year to launch its operations and carry out its goals to promote tourism in the nation’s Capital.

Promotional opportunities for tourism in the Capital are considerable. Foreign visitors have a strong interest in visiting the city, according to a study by Visit Bucharest titled „Most Frequent Online Searches of Foreign Tourists in Bucharest.” Any activity promoting tourism will require funding, and the Capital currently has a functioning tourism promotion and development association.

The first stage for which we have already started the steps is the realization of a tourism strategy that will highlight Bucharest, as it happens in any European capital. In this sense, we will request advice from experienced economic operators. Only through strategic planning can we attract tourists to visit the Capital, and we can implement impactful projects in this area. The association includes, along with the Municipality of Bucharest, representative institutions, organizations and federations.

Nicusor Dan, Bucharest’s general mayor

Bucharest is a vibrant, energetic city deserving of its place as a global tourism icon. The Open Streets and Fountain Show projects are among the many initiatives of Capital City Hall that draw visitors from abroad to the Romanian Capital.

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