The Network of Cooperation of the European Routes of the Emperor Carlos V and Paradores de España have signed a collaboration protocol for the dissemination and promotion of the tourist product Routes of the Emperor Carlos V. The President of Paradores, Óscar López, was present at the event, and also Secretary of State for Tourism, Isabel Oliver, the general director of Tourism of Extremadura, Francisco Martín Simón; and on the part of this network its vice president, Fermín Encabo, and the director-manager, Quintín Correas.
A protocol that aims to establish a framework of stable collaboration between Paradores and the Network of Cooperation of the European Routes of the Emperor Charles V for the dissemination and promotion of the tourist product Routes of the Emperor Charles V, thus diversifying the Spanish tourist offer.
This protocol seeks to offer the visitor a unique experience, in which the unique values of both Paradores and the European Routes of the Emperor Charles V are highlighted, highlighting, among others, the historical-artistic richness, the culture and traditions, the landscape diversity and nature, and the wide and varied cuisine that is counted in these territories.
"This agreement is of great importance for our network, given that there are sixteen paradores within their territories. Sixteen paradores that, now, can enhance the figure of Emperor Charles as a tourist product, with all that this implies from a gastronomic, cultural or residential point of view, as well as increasing its impact within the territories of our route", explains Quintín Correas, director-manager of the Cooperation Network of the European Routes of the Emperor Charles V.