Image of the stand for the Fitur fair.
The Balearics stand at Fitur.
The message to be taken to this week's Fitur international tourism fair in Madrid.
The Balearic tourism industry is putting its faith in the revived Spanish market.
Busquets is preparing for her first participation at a major tourism fair.
President Armengol stated the case for "balanced tourism" in the Balearics and so for a lengthening of the season, greater quality and employment.
You can't keep a good (or a bad) tax down, and so it was the tourist tax as well as the problems with forming a new national government which were dominant themes of the past week.
Tourism, Rajoy observed, is a model that exemplifies the improvement in the Spanish economy in recent years.
This fair is one of the three large annual European events for the travel and tourism industry - the other two being Berlin’s ITB and London’s World Travel Market.
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