El Salvador gains recognition for its potential for tourism and investment projects during its participation in Expo Dubai 2020

Through this important showcase, where 192 nations participate, El Salvador has the opportunity to show the world the possibilities it offers for the development of investment projects and to attract more foreign tourists. This fair is considered one of the largest and most relevant globally.

In the Salvadoran pavilion, visitors learn about the main bets on trade, investment, and development offered by the country. El Salvador stands out for its landscapes and its main tourist sites that attract the attention of foreign investors.

With Surf City, the country is establishing itself as a world power to practice this and other beach activities. For this reason, at Expo Dubai 2020, there is a space dedicated to promoting tourist destinations. Surf City is a project of great impact, since it brings commerce, tourism, and sports closer together.

Salvadoran products are also present at Expo Dubai 2020, showing the talent and quality of the workforce that is being trained daily to offer an excellent exportable offer.

Café de El Salvador is one of the protagonists of this activity. People of all nationalities confirm that Salvadoran coffee is one of the best and most special in the world. The exhibition presents six types of coffee from the different producing regions of the national territory, as part of the exportable offer that El Salvador has in the coffee sector.

In addition, as an initiative promoted by the First Lady of the Republic, Gabriela de Bukele, and within the framework of Country Day for El Salvador, to be held on January 25, the Ballet of El Salvador will have a presentation at Expo Dubai 2020 .

The First Lady also reported this weekend that La Casa de Lula will participate in the exhibition. La Casa de Lula is a national production, broadcast in the educational slot Let’s Learn at Home, which is part of the National Early Childhood Policy.

Expo Dubai will be open to companies, investors, merchants, and the general public until March 31, 2022.