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Monte-Carlo Ballet company visits Mexico

Monte-Carlo Ballet company visits Mexico

By Staff Writer - October 30, 2018

From 4 to 12 October 2018, the Tourism and Convention Department (DTC) accompanied the Monte Carlo Ballet Company during its promotional tour to Mexico.

Cervantino Festival - The Monte Carlo Ballet Company and members of the DTC during the trip to Mexico © Alice Blangero
Cervantino Festival – The Monte Carlo Ballet Company and members of the DTC during the trip to Mexico © Alice Blangero

In Guadalajara then Guanajuato, especially during the Cervantino festival, the DTC delegation invited local customers as well as representatives of travel agencies to attend Jean Christophe Maillot’s “Lac” show.

During this tour, the DTC also went to Monterrey and Mexico to meet media but also Influencers likely to promote the Principality to a more targeted clientele.

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