Costa Rica – Uruguay Promote Tourism

On October 8th Uruguayan tour operators will meet with their peers in Costa Rica.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

For the Opening of the Costa Rica – Uruguay Tourist Season 2010-2011, authorities from the Ministry
of Tourism of Uruguay, major tour operators and travel agents arrived Costa Rica on Friday in order to coordinate joint activities with their Costa Rican peers and promote exchange of tourists between the two countries.

The meeting will be held at Uruguay´s Embassy from 07 pm until 09 pm.

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