MEGA and the Professional Association of Guides of Galicia (APIT) have reached a collaboration agreement with the aim of taking advantage of synergies between their activities, incorporating MEGA into the local tourist offering and making available to APIT training and resources for beer dissemination.
To celebrate, the president of the Association has visited the facilities of our beer museum Mundo Estrella Galicia in A Coruña today coinciding with the International Tourism Day.
MEGA and the Professional Association of Guides of Galicia have decided to join forces in favour of the tourist development of our community. Both entities have reached a collaboration agreement with the aim of seeking possible synergies between their activities. In this way, MEGA will be incorporated into the tourist offering of Galicia, enriching the scene with a differentiating proposal and, in turn, making available to professional guides both resources and training to facilitate beer dissemination.
Monday, September 27, International Tourism Day, representatives of the Professional Association of Guides of Galicia have visited MEGA in order to materialize this agreement with their visit.
The president of the Professional Association of Guides of Galicia, Tommi Alvarellos, has expressed his satisfaction with this agreement “Estrella Galicia and MEGA are more than a tourist resource of the city, they are part of the history of A Coruña and all of Galicia. A Coruña is María Pita and Emilia Pardo Bazán, but it is also the Rivera family and their commitment to creating the first beer museum in our country. From the Professional Association of Tourist Guides of Galicia we appreciate the support that this entity always gives to our group of “ambassadors of Galicia” and for a proposal of sustainable tourism, respectful and, above all, for a circular tourism. We are sure that soon MEGA will be part of the most important tourist resources in Galicia”.
Rodrigo Burgos, director of MEGA, has pointed out that “the vocation of our museum is global, but our imprint is 100% local, with a deep roots in our land. Therefore, we will always be open to seeking meeting points and collaboration with entities such as the Association of Guides of Galicia, which does so much for the dissemination of what we are. We hope that this agreement will be another tool to continue enriching the experience of those who visit us.”