So far 250'000 copies of the new map have been printed but a second batch is due by the end of the year.
The first edition cost 25.000 euros between printing costs and the design.
The tourism department payed 15'500 euros and the remaing came from the Tour Bus company. For the second edition there will be an auction for the publicity but the design will no longer have to be payed for.
Gijon explained that every year on average 700'000 maps are printed and taking that into account and to face the increasing demand- photocopies of the maps are being distributed as well, the new map has a unique bar code that allows tourists to download it from electronic devices. The second edition will also have information on restaurants and local events.