Promoción Turística de Trujillo en Cusco

Para posicionar a nuestra ciudad como un destino turístico, la Municipalidad Provincial de Trujillo, a través de la Sub Gerencia de Turismo, anunció que una delegación de la comuna edil visitará la ciudad de Cusco este 18 y 19 de agosto, para formar parte de una muestra donde se pondrá en vitrina los principales atractivos de nuestra ciudad.

Será una comitiva conformada por 23 personas, encabezada por el alcalde provincial, quienes expondrán las distintas ofertas turísticas a todos los ciudadanos cusqueños y turistas nacionales e internacionales.

Dentro de las actividades a desarrollarse, se encuentran la presentación de una conferencia sobre la Dama de Cao, nuestra variada oferta turística, entre otros aspectos.

De la misma manera se planificará una visita a los operadores turísticos, asimismo se desarrollará el programa municipal “Marinera para todos” en la Plaza de Armas de Cusco.

Cabe señalar que esta labor busca posicionar a Trujillo como una ciudad importante dentro del rubro del turismo y sobre todos brindar más detalles de los diferentes atractivos con los que cuenta.

Conferencia Trujillo en Cusco

Fuente: Gerencia de Imagen Institucional – MPT

Presentan Campaña “Peruanos Camiseta” para impulsar el turismo

El ministro de Comercio Exterior y Turismo, Eduardo Ferreyros, presenta hoy la campaña “Peruanos Camiseta”, una iniciativa de su portafolio para motivar un cambio de conducta positiva en los peruano e impulsar los valores en torno al turismo.

Participarán destacadas personalidades empresariales y del espectáculo, indicó el Ministerio de Comercio Exterior y Turismo (Mincetur).

012001_463094

Fuente: Agencia Peruana de noticias Andina

PROMPERÚ presenta estudio sobre Turismo Gastronómico

El 59% de los turistas considera que nuestra gastronomía es uno de los principales motivadores para visitar el Perú. Se consideró la opinión de turistas extranjeros y de expertos relacionados al turismo y a la gastronomía.
PROMPERÚ presentó la ‘Evaluación de mercado para el análisis del turismo gastronómico en el Perú’, que destaca que entre los principales motivadores para que los turistas nos visiten se encuentra nuestra cocina (59%), junto con Machu Picchu (60%) y los diversos paisajes naturales (61%).

El estudio, que permitirá fortalecer las estrategias para seguir posicionando al Perú como un importante destino gastronómico en el mundo, se desarrolló en dos etapas. La primera, realizada en el Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez a través de encuestas, consideró la opinión de 442 turistas de Estados Unidos, Brasil, Colombia, Argentina y Francia, sobre su experiencia con la cocina peruana.

gastronomia

Entre los resultados se destaca que la mayoría de los turistas (82%) identifica al Perú como destino gastronómico, presentándose un mayor conocimiento y disposición para recomendar nuestra oferta entre los brasileños y colombianos. Además, los visitantes resaltan al cebiche y al lomo saltado como los platos más demandados y con mayor nivel de agrado.

Entre los productos que más se relacionan con el Perú, destacan los pescados y los mariscos. Asimismo, la quinua, un alimento con importantes propiedades nutricionales, empieza a hacerse conocido entre los turistas (57%), y se asocia en mayor medida al Perú, frente a otros países de la región. En la segunda etapa del estudio, se recogió la opinión de expertos del sector gastronómico y turístico del mercado peruano y del español. Ellos asocian la comida peruana con el cebiche, el pisco sour, Gastón Acurio y el Foro Mundial de Turismo Gastronómico, que se realizó en Lima el año pasado.

gastronomia peruana

Además, los expertos destacan la labor de reconocidos personajes ligados a la cocina como los embajadores de la Marca Perú Virgilio Martínez, Mitsuharu Tsumura, Marisa Guiulfo y Rafael Osterling, quienes han sido importantes gestores del desarrollo y promoción de la cocina peruana. Finalmente, el estudio señala que existen elementos como la fusión, la diversidad de climas, la experimentación de nuevos sabores y el posicionamiento de chefs conocidos que favorecen al Perú como destino gastronómico a nivel mundial.

Sin embargo, aún hay tareas pendientes como mejorar los servicios y la generación de vínculos entre la historia y los productos.

Accede al estudio completo registrándote en http://www.promperu.gob.pe/turismoin/

Fuente: Dpto. de RRPP y Prensa de PROMPERÚ

“El Despertar de los Pueblos” exhibition is showing in the DDC

The collective exhibition called El Despertar de los Pueblos organized by the Cultural Association América Viva and the Decentralized Culture Direction of La Libertad in the framework of the 196th anniversary of the independence of our country and in homage to the novelist Juan Francisco Lezama Tirado will continue to be exhibited until August 11th at the José Sabogal Exhibition Hall of the regional headquarters of Culture. It is located in Independencia Street Nº572.
“Five painters and two sculptors have constructed highly sensitive images based on the apprehension of the violent conflict that painfully deprived our country. Each one of the works express with diverse emotional tessellation, different and contradictory experiential states, but all deeply human: violence, solidarity, tenderness, love which have been treated from the aesthetic dimension to emerge in images that move the viewer,”said María Elena Córdova Burga – Director of the Decentralized Culture Directorate of La Libertad.

11-1-620x350

Between the paintings that stand out they emphasize Canto a la solidaridad by Arturo Paredes Arteaga, La vida continua para todos of Luis Alarcon, Abigeo de Hector Suarez, Canción de los pájaros of Carlos Leon Cruz and Camino al Futuro en Libertad of Tatiana Carranza Quezada, likewise the sculptures of Beatriz López Suarez are exhibited .

“América Viva once again, with the support of the Decentralized Culture Directorate of La Libertad, it offers a vision of reality through the relationships that occur in two artistic expressions: literature and art, while generating The development of a stronger awareness of our individual and collective destiny, “said Wellinton Castillo Sanchez.
The exhibition is open to the public from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 19:00 at the DDC La Libertad.

Source: Portal Web Dirección Desconcentrada de Cultura La Libertad

The Provincial Municipality of Trujillo launches Tourist Route Night

Free activity seeks to strengthen identity and value the historical heritage.
With the purpose of strengthening the cultural identity of the Trujillanos and granting the tourist a new option in their agenda of visits, the Provincial Municipality of Trujillo (MPT) initiated the new Tourist Route Night in the Historic Center.
This includes, at the launch stage, free and guided visits to the Municipal Theater, House of Emancipation, Cultural Center of the Bank of the Nation and culminates in the Municipal Palace.
The cultural activity starts on August 10th, and although all the quotas to enter have been covered, the MPT will soon be opening a new call to participate in this free circuit.

rutanocturna-01

“This program is a success. Quotas have already been completed and a new date will soon be announced for more Trujillanos to register. We hope to continue offering this route, first to the Trujillanos, and then to the tourists because there are many Trujillanos who do not know our monuments nor their history. “Said the Deputy Manager of Tourism of the provincial commune, Miriam Gayoso Paredes.

In turn, he added that other attractions will be added later to visit as what is now the Central Reserve Bank, the Casa de la Identidad that has historical importance because there was guarded the first flag of Peru, and also the Mayorazgo Of Facala house, the Deza house and important temples.”These circuits are born because from the commune we are trying to innovate and improve the tourist offer and not to focus on something that has been giving for years and we do not leave of there. The time of stay and overnight of the tourist in Trujillo is 1.5 and 2 days at the most, as we do not present a more diverse nightly offer. “Said Gayoso Paredes.

She also stressed the importance of what is called experiential tourism. “It is what we call intelligent tourist products or that generate sensations such as the marinera or the gastronomy, a ride in horses of totora, a session of shamanism that is being offered in the complex El Brujo, and that are causing a great response of the tourism . That is a living culture, which attracts tourists. “

Source: Portal Web Trujilloinformado.com

The twenty-first Lima Film Festival in Trujillo

From August 3rd to 11th, Trujillo will screen quality films for free. Our city will be part of the decentralized circuit of the 21st Lima Film Festival. The public can attend and enjoy quality films, which are not projected in the circuit or commercial or are not long in theaters.

The event will take place in two stages: the media library of the French Alliance of Trujillo and the courtyard of the House of the Emancipation of the BBVA Foundation. Admission will be free and will run from 3rd to 11th August.

Although the films that will be screened are not part of the last edition of the Lima Film Festival, they are characterized by having a good plot and great care in its elaboration.

festival cine CE

Featured films include: El Principito(2015) by Mark Osborne, a free adaptation of the novel by Saint Exupéry; La última tarde (2016) of the Peruvian director Joel Calero; Como en el cine (2015), of the Peruvian director Gonzalo Ladines, among others. The invitation is made it.

Source: WebLaIndustria

BEGINS PRE-SALES FOR MISTURA

At the request of the public the international gastronomic fair Mistura advanced its pre-sale from August 7th, which will be maintained until the 30th of the same month with a discount of 30 percent in all modules of Teleticket de Wong and Metro de Lima, Arequipa and Trujillo. In pre-sale, tickets to the fair for Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays will cost S / 13.00 for adults and S / 7.00 for children, while from Thursday to Sunday the value will be S / 18.00 for adults and S / 8.00 for children . After the pre-sale, from Monday to Friday, the regular price of tickets will be S / 17.00 for adults and S / 9.00 for children and S / 26.00 for adults and S / 11.00 for children from Thursday to Sunday. People living abroad or provinces can purchase their tickets online through the Teleticket website. The tenth edition of Mistura will be held from October 26th to November 5th at Club Revólver in Rímac.

Mistura2017

Source: http://tnews.com.pe

Research: Peruvian Gastronomy

PROMPERÚ presented the ‘Market Assessment for the Analysis of Gastronomic Tourism in Peru’, which points out that among the main motivators for tourists to visit us is our cuisine (59%), together with Machu Picchu (60%) and Diverse natural landscapes (61%).
The study, which will strengthen the strategies to continue positioning Peru as an important gastronomic destination in the world, it was developed in two stages. The first, conducted at the Jorge Chávez International Airport through surveys, considered the opinions of 442 tourists from the United States, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina and France on their experience with Peruvian cuisine.
Among the results it is highlighted that the majority of tourists (82%) identify Peru as a gastronomic destination, presenting a greater knowledge and willingness to recommend our offer among Brazilians and Colombians. In addition, the visitors highlight the cebiche and the tenderloin saltado as the most demanded dishes and with the highest level of liking.
Among the products that are most related to Peru, fish and seafood stand out. Also, quinoa, a food with important nutritional properties, is becoming known among tourists (57%), and is associated to a greater extent to Peru, compared to other countries in the region.
In that sense, it should be noted that recently PROMPERÚ launched the sector brand ‘Super Foods Peru’, which seeks to position the international quality, variety and benefits of the Peruvian offer of highly nutritious foods.
gastronomia peruana
EXPERT OPINION
In the second stage of the study, the opinion of experts from the gastronomic and tourism sector of the Peruvian and Spanish markets was collected. They associate Peruvian food with cebiche, pisco sour, Gastón Acurio and the World Forum of Gastronomic Tourism, held in Lima last year.
In addition, experts highlight the work of renowned characters linked to the kitchen as the ambassadors of the Peru Virgilio Martínez Brand, Mitsuharu Tsumura, Marisa Guiulfo and Rafael Osterling, who have been important managers of the development and promotion of Peruvian cuisine.
Finally, the study points out that there are elements such as fusion, diversity of climates, experimentation of new flavors and the positioning of well-known chefs that favor Peru as a gastronomic destination worldwide. However, there are still outstanding tasks such as improving services and the generation of links between history and products.
Source: https://www.facebook.com/notes/promperú-oficial/

NIGHT TOURIST ROUTE

With the purpose of diversifying the tourist offer and contributing to the dissemination and enhancement of cultural heritage, the Tourism Department of the Provincial Municipality of Trujillo will carry out its first nocturnal route through the Historic Center of the city, an activity that consists In the free guided tour to the Municipal Theater, Cultural Center of the Bank of the Nation of Trujillo and the Municipal Palace.

This route will take place on Thursday, August 10 of this year and will be addressed to the general public. Registration will take place from Monday, August 7th at the office of the Tourism Management Office, located on the first floor of the Municipal Palace ( Jr. Pizarro No. 412), at the time of 8:00 a.m. At 3:00 p.m. Limited capacity.

rutanocturna-01