Spain, February 25, 2013 - The Minister of Employment and the Economy of the Government of Castilla-La Mancha, Carmen Home, said that "the commitment Cospedal Executive quality tourism and direct collaboration with industry professionals in Castilla- La Mancha, based tourism not only in the many attractions that have potential, but also the experiences that serve to adapt to the forefront of the industry and implement new types with which create jobs and wealth in the hands of business ".
Home, on a visit to the town of Brihuega, "the garden of the Alcarria", stressed that "tourism is a sector that is so stoic enduring the vicissitudes of the economy and is becoming a player in the recovery Castilla-La Mancha. "
In this regard, he assured that "the government has designed a Strategic Tourism Plan as part of the Investment Plan and Employment Creation, as one of the major productive sectors of Castilla-La Mancha and protagonist of economic change in our region" .
In this regard, he recalled that, "at present, accounts for 12% of our GDP and directly employs approximately 42,000 people. To improve the results, Casero said that "we will strengthen partnerships between industry and municipalities that, after all, are the ones who know the resources they have to move forward in this area."
While visiting Brihuega along the delegate of the Board in Guadalajara, José Luis County, President of the Provincial Council, and the Mayor Anna Guarino Brihuega, Adela de la Torre, the Minister of Employment and the Economy also recalled that " Castilla-La Mancha has an untapped potential in gastronomy ". As an example he explained that our region has more than 3,000 restaurants that show the best of our food products and our food traditions.
Finally, Casero said that "after having complied with the constitutional mandate to reduce the deficit below 1.5%, it's time to settle the economic recovery and, obviously, the tourism sector is one of the fundamental tools for it. "
Brihuega rich heritage
For his part, the Mayor of Brihuega, Adela de la Torre, has highlighted the quality of the old buildings that have earned the statement of a Historical. He has reported on the old wall built by the Arabs and rebuilt after the Reconquista (XIII century), doors left standing, like the chain, with a semicircular arc closed, and the Cozagón, between two medieval towers, other monuments as well as the gardens, the Church of Our Lady of the Rock or San Miguel and San Felipe, the square and the castle remains among many tourism potentials.