Fez expected to attract more than 73,000 tourists in 2006
In a recent meeting with the town council of Fez, Abbas Azzouzi, the General Manager of the Moroccan National Office of Tourism said that Fez should attract more than 73,000 tourists in 2006. Having reviewed the statistics between 2003 and 2005, Azzouzi noted the positive indicators recorded on the level of arrivals (17 per cent), nights spent in hotels in Fez (20 per cent) and hotel capacity (40 per cent). E-marrakech reports that in the meeting, Azzouzi also emphasized the importance of the French market for Fez and the need to restructure their marketing strategy in order to attract more tourists to Fez.
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