Visits to Valencia in Spain – one of our main tourism markets – have remained remarkably vibrant this summer.
Figures released last week by the city tourism body, Turismo Valencia, showed the number of overnight stays by international tourists increased 4% in June, July and August 2012 compared with the same three months in 2011.
Add to this more than 10 new international direct flight routes to the city’s airport, a new highspeed rail link to Madrid, and a record number of cruise ships docking at the city’s port, and it’s clear that Valencian tourism is bucking the Spanish economic trend.
At Communication Common we hope to make the most of this growth by building on our Valencia destination website business and attracting more clients in the Valencian tourism sector.
Published: 12 September 2012.