The reactivation of the tourism sector in Peru is advancing. This is demonstrated by the delivery of the Safe Travels seal to new tourist destinations in the city of Trujillo, in the region Freedom, as far as the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Claudia Cornejo, arrived last Thursday for the delivery of this important certificate. In addition, he participated in the reopening of the Mariscal Orbegoso House Museum.
During a ceremony that took place at the Casa de la Identidad Regional, the head of the Mincetur greeted that new tourist attractions can join the Trujillo Destination, receiving the International Safe Travels Seal, the first in safety and hygiene in the world against COVID- 19.
“It is a satisfaction to greet the delivery of this important badge to more tourist attractions in the Trujillo Destination. I would like to highlight the work of the Regional Government of La Libertad for articulating with the technical teams the implementation of biosafety protocols in increasingly attractive“, he pointed.
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Minister Cornejo said that the addition of new attractions confirms the institutional commitment of local and regional authorities in a safe and responsible reactivation of the tourism sector in each region, which will contribute to the recovery of the confidence of tourists and travelers.
The holder of the Mincetur delivered the Safe Travels Seal to two tourist attractions of the Moche Destination: Huacas de Moche known as Huacas del Sol y de La Luna and the Santiago Uceda Castillo Museum.
Mariscal Orbegoso House Museum
In addition, the Mariscal Orbegoso House Museum was reopened, with the presence of Minister Claudia Cornejo, it was an official activity within the framework of the Commemoration Agenda for the Bicentennial of the Independence of Peru. The recovery of this site was promoted by the La Libertad Bicentennial Commission, led by its executive director, Francisco San Martín.
In this renovated premises the Museum of the Independence of Peru is installed, which has different environments for the convenience of visitors, as well as craft shops and marinera presentations, among others. Also, it will be a cultural and tourist space for visitors to the city of eternal spring.
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The new attractions of the Trujillo Destination are: Casa de la Identidad (inside the premises), Casa de la Emancipación (inside the premises), Casa Urquiaga (inside the premises), Cathedral (inside the premises), Arzobispado (inside the premises), Iglesia San Francisco (interior of the premises), Iglesia Santo Domingo (interior of the premises), Iglesia San Agustín (interior of the premises), Iglesia Santa Clara (interior of the premises), Wall Baluarte Herrera (interior of the premises), Iglesia Huamán (interior of the premises) local), Municipality (inside the premises) and Prefecture (inside the premises).
During her stay in Trujillo, Minister Cornejo met with representatives of the tourism sector. It should be noted that, during her participation in the House of Regional Identity, the head of the Mincetur recognized, in a special way, the importance of an attraction such as the Archaeological Complex of Chan Chan, recognized as Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO since 1986, has the seal of safe tourism.
On May 13, the Vice Minister of Tourism, Lyda García, delivered the Safe Travels Seal to 8 destinations in the region: Pacasmayo, Puerto Malabrigo, Magdalena de Cao, Puerto Morín, Cascas, Huanchaco, Moche and Trujillo.
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