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Monaco’s Tourism and Convention Bureau (DTC) celebrated another successful year on Monday at the Meridien Beach Plaza at the annual meeting of its overseas offices.
The Director of Tourism and Congress, Guillaume Rose, presented the 2016 assessment of tourism in the Principality and the objectives for the coming year. During the evening, a film was shown highlighting the activities and promotions of the DTC in various parts of the world, which was met with great enthusiasm.
Serge Telle, Minister of State, Jean Castellini, Minister of Finance and Economy, and all DTC’s partners were in attendance. The presentation ended with a discovery of Monaco in virtual reality as well as a parade featuring hotel partners and the new collection of designer Elizabeth Wessel.
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