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June 26, 2022

Szeklers’ Land organises separate stand from Romania’s at Budapest Tourism Fair

The counties of Harghita, Covasna and Mures will jointly participate in Budapest’s ‘Hungexpo’ Tourism Fair with a stand of their own, separated from the official stand of Romania, ‘Romania libera’ daily reports. According to Harghita County Council president Borboly Csaba, the stand named ‘Szeklers’ Land Values’ spreads upon some 100 square metres and will display all the tourist attractions of the region, such as traditional, rural, cultural, recovery, spa&wellness, as well as conference tourism.

The Land will be represented in the Budapest tourism fair, due between March 4-7, by envoys of all three counties, several tourism associations, hotels and ecotourism bodies. “The attending county councils, together with tourism operators and NGOs, will meet the public, who will be given the possibility to know and discover the beautiful landscape, and cultural and tourist values of Szeklers’ Land,” said the Harghita County Council president. “It is important for us to participate with a joint stand, which is based on the Szeklers’ Land brand, because the region has a common historic-cultural heritage. (…) Tourism can be a driving engine of the three counties’ economy, and this is why we consider such exhibitions very important,” Borboly explained.

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