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Punta del Este (Uruguay), May 21 (EFE) – The recovery of post-pandemic tourism must have “diversity and inclusion” to “come back with full force. That is the thinking of Clovis Casemiro, coordinator in Brazil of IGLTA, International LGBTQ+ Travel Association founded in 1983 and integrated into the UNWTO.

Beyond his work for the LGBTQ+ community, Casemiro comments in an interview with Agencia EFE that “tourism needs to take a better look at inclusion and diversity”, which not only refers to this group, but also to “blacks, 60+ people or people with disabilities”.

Based on this idea, he jokingly comments that, just as in establishments aimed at the fishing or golf niche they are prepared to solve specific doubts of their clients, in the case of LGTBQ+ tourism “tourism agencies have to know this and know how to deal with this client”.

“Paraguay, Venezuela and Bolivia are the three countries with which we still need to talk a little more”, he points out while reminding that it is about talking “about tourism, business, pleasure and silver for the destinations” as an argument to convince the most skeptical ones.


For centuries, Belorado, a town of about 1,800 inhabitants in the east of the province of Burgos, has been linked to the Camino de Santiago. Pilgrims who pass through it find a very interesting religious, civil and natural heritage that includes churches, convents, hermitages, emblazoned houses, an arcaded main square and a very pleasant environment, in the foothills of the Sierra de la Demanda and next to the river Tirón.

Beyond its monuments and landscape, the municipality hides some surprises for those who want to dedicate more time to it: there is a radio communication museum in a silo, mines, Visigothic caves, a speleological treasure, an ethnographic exhibition in a mill and an urban art route with murals linked to Beliforan traditions, to its heritage and to the Camino de Santiago.

Throughout his life, the industrialist Inocencio Bocanegra collected hundreds of radio communication equipments of all kinds: scientific, nautical, aerial, military… Devices that made history in different moments of the 20th century and that can be seen today in this museum.

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Vietnam: from taboo to gay pride

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