ENIT issues Emilia-Romagna update after flooding in the region
Brisighella, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

ENIT issues Emilia-Romagna update after flooding in the region

TORONTO — The Italian National Tourist Board is alerting trade partners to a new site that provides timely updates on accessible areas in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, which was impacted by destructive flooding last week.

ENIT says the site offers the latest information on tourist destinations, including updates on road conditions, attractions, accommodations, and facilities, in the wake of the flooding.

“We would like to emphasize that the local authorities are working efficiently and rapidly to reopen all tourist-related sites,” says ENIT. “The recovery process is underway, and Emilia-Romagna warmly welcomes Canadian tourists. The website will keep you informed of the progress and any temporary arrangements made to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for your clients.”

Travel advisors, tour operators and any travel industry professional looking for more information can visit https://visiter.it/emilia-romagna-2023-en for updates on accessible areas and ongoing recovery efforts. “Feel free to share this information with your clients and colleagues to assist them in making informed decisions about traveling to Emilia-Romagna,” says ENIT.

ENIT also encourages the trade to reach out with any questions or for further assistance: “We are here to support you and provide any necessary information or clarification. We look forward to collaborating with you to promote the remarkable and resilient region of Emilia-Romagna to Canadian travellers.”

The tourist board can be reached at Toronto@enit.it, or go to italia.it.

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