On Friday 29, the Markets Undersecretary of the Ministry of Tourism of Ecuador, Cristina Rivadeneira, presented the Bureaus of the main cities of Ecuador which, in turn, shared different options ideal as business tourism destinations.


This meeting took place in one of the conference rooms of the Imbabura Factory Complex, a former textile factory located in Atuntaqui, 25 minutes from Otavalo, in the Imbabura Province.


The trip runs along the Ruta La Libertad (La Libertad Route) in the Cruise Train, starting at the station in Otavalo that has a restaurant with the highest quality food and service for tourists who want to taste delicious dishes before starting the trip.


Upon arriving in Atuntaqui, several guests and representatives of the Ministry of Tourism of Ecuador visited the facilities of the textile factory museum where they could see machinery made in 1924 that worked until 1997 and that is placed in different environments that transport the visitor to the past.


The Imbabura Factory Complex has a theater auditorium for more than 400 people, recreational areas, and restaurants and conference rooms. In one of them took place the presentation of the Cuenca, Quito, Guayaquil and the province of Imbabura Bureaus. They exhibited different venues and convention centers that are ready to receive foreign and national small, medium and large groups to hold meetings in Ecuador.


It is noteworthy that Ecuador participates in the 2015 World Travel Awards with 22 nominations in different categories with the cities of Guayaquil and Quito as global business destinations.


The touristic Bureaus of every city will be ready to provide all necessary information. Please write to:



Quito: www.quitoconvention.com.ecThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Guayaquil: www.guayaquilesmidestino.com


Cuenca: www.cuencaecuador.com.ecThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Imbabura: www.burodeconvencionesimbabura.com


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