Havana, Monday 19 de November de 2018 06:02 pm

Cuban Tourist Destination promotes Sports Events as Attraction

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HAVANA, Cuba, Jun 29 (acn) Jardines del Rey tourist destination is currently enhancing, in addition to its sun and beach attraction for which it is internationally recognized, the celebration of sporting events to promote values of Cuban culture.

Lesner Gomez, sub-delegate of the Ministry of Tourism in the territory, stressed that in the summer is very requested, especially by Canadian visitors, the excursion to the Jose Ramon Cepero stadium to watch baseball matches, experience that began in past editions of the Cuban National Series.
The tourist pole also organizes two important competitions that we intend to maintain: the chess and the fishing tournament at the Marina Marlin of Guillermo Key; the registration is already open for the latter, which will take place next October when the foreign tourist season has its boom, he said.
We were also home of the meeting of the Basque Pelota International Federation and, based on the conditions of the place, it was proposed to hold international matches of that sport on dates yet to be specified, Gomez said.
In addition, he noted, we intend that the Cuban National Triathlon Commission to visit Jardines del Rey to analyze the possibilities of marking a route to organize this competition, as happened in Varadero Beach this year.
To encourage the practice of sports in agglutinating events, based on the characteristics of the keys, there is the proposal of kitesurfing that already has a school in the Sol Melia Cayo Guillermo hotel and has great acceptance.
Finally, during these days of the FIFA World Cup, we created in many hotel facilities spaces to watch the matches with the environment that such event usually brings, which is enjoyed by a large number of customers.

 

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