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Business Breakfast for Representatives of Travel Agencies E-mail

On February 18 the event for representatives of travel agencies in the framework of the initiative of Menorah Center on development of touristic attraction of Dnipropetrovsk was held. The event was held in a popular European format of business breakfast and brought together over 50 participants.
Svitlana Yermakova, General Director of Menorah opened the event. She noted that the current economic situation in the country limits the ability of Ukrainians to travel abroad. So travel agencies have to offer them an alternative not less interesting program of domestic tourism. Dnipropetrovsk City and Menorah Center can become a platform for the provision of tourism services and could satisfy the most demanding tastes of travelers.


Natalia Pershyna, Director of Department of Culture, Tourism, Nationalities and Religions run by Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Administration, in her speech put emphasis on the popularity of business tourism in Dnipropetrovsk region and stressed the need to develop this area.
Natalia Chernyshova, Head of the Department of International Relations and Investment run by City Council, said that tourism in Dnipropetrovsk is just beginning to develop and the city should look for certain zest that will attract residents of Ukraine and from abroad.
Natalia Dotsenko, CEO of SENTOZA Tour, spoke about the activities of the company and invited those present to work on joint projects. According to Ms. Dotsenko, agencies must now combine their efforts to create an attractive touristic area in Dnipropetrovsk.
Dr. Igor Shchupak, Tkuma Institute and Museum Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine Director, spoke about tourism opportunities of the Museum that attract visitors as a source of historical knowledge, as well as by its unique multimedia installations, artistic and unusual design solutions.
Oleg Rostovtsev, board member of Dnipropetrovsk Jewish community, described the features of religious tourism. From the speech of Mr. Rostovtsev participants learned about the expectations of religious tourists, in particular Jews, and how to make their journey unforgettable.
Iryna Koshelenko, Executive Manager of the hotel complex Menorah Hotel, presented the program of Menorah Center which is scheduled for Jewish Pesach.
At the end of the breakfast the participants were invited to the guided tour around Museum Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine and Menorah Center.

 

 
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