Bilbao-Bizkaia’s sustainable stand at Expovacaciones

Stand de Bilbao-Bizkaia en Expovacaciones.
Stand de Bilbao-Bizkaia en Expovacaciones.

Bilbao Bizkaia will once again be present at Expovacaciones with its own stand, whose design is inspired by the foundations of the 2030 Tourism Strategy -people, cooperation and sustainability- and is mainly made of pine wood strips from plantations in the Basque Country, which have been made using a system of maximum use of the trunks by a manufacturer from Bedia belonging to the Baskegur Association.

Previous editions of EXPOVACACIONES.
Previous editions of EXPOVACACIONES.

In this 350 square metre stand, the counties and town councils are the centre of attention. It has a screen to interact with the people who come to the BEC this weekend and on which promotional videos will be projected, as well as serving as a support for the presentations to be made by the counties and town councils. There will also be a totem from which the public will be able to make online bookings for tourist activities taking place in our territory.

The stand is completed with light boxes with images representing the sea, the mountains and the metropolis -with the Guggenheim Museum, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, playing a special role in the latter-.

Bilbao Bizkaia 2030 Tourism

The design of this space is inspired by the guidelines of the Bilbao Bizkaia 2030 Tourism Strategy -people, cooperation, sustainability- and is made with pine wood strips from plantations in the Basque Country, made with a system of maximum use of the trunks by a manufacturer from Bedia belonging to the Baskegur Association.

The public attending the fair will be able to book tourist activities online at a totem in this exhibition space, where the counties and municipalities will present their products and there will be a txakoli tasting and a family workshop during the weekend, among other activities.

Previous editions of EXPOVACACIONES.
Previous editions of EXPOVACACIONES.

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