RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Tourism in Bolivia's third-largest city of Cochabamba, which has been practically inactive since 2019 due to the pandemic, is beginning to gain strength and find new spaces that allow its development.
Four factors mark the agenda of this reactivation: the empowerment of local destinations, ecotourism, social networks as a meeting point between supply and demand, and the inevitable gastronomy, explained experts in the framework of International Tourism Day, which is celebrated this Monday, September 27.
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