High expectations for the Scholastic Tourism and Didactic Exchange (BITUS) from March 31st to April 3rd Real Polverificio Bourbonico to Scafati. The site, which is part of the Pompeii Archaeological Park, covers an area of 3,500 square meters with booths of about 90 exhibitors to welcome the public and professionals. During the four days of the fair, supported by the Campania region, there will be meetings, seminars, workshops, guests, laboratories, shows, focusing on cultural heritage, UNESCO sites and travel destinations for education, innovation and opportunities, for an up-to-date Date Lessons with time. Among the topics that are at the heart of the debate, particular attention is paid to education poverty, disability, inclusion and bullying.
In addition to the Campania region, the most important regional cultural sites at BITUS are present: the Pompeii Archaeological Park, the MANN, the Phlegraean Fields Archaeological Park, the Paestum and Velia Archaeological Park, the Carthage, the Banco di Archive Museum History Naples and the Cilento Vallo di Diano and Alburni National Park.
“School trips in 2022 will continue according to the modalities set out in the post-Covid ordinances,” said Felice Casucci, Regional Councilor for Tourism. ability to train.the citizens of tomorrow.The school trip leaves incomprehensible memories that often go out of the way to get back in the future.I believe this is one of the sectors where our territory stands as a Region of excellence and with a unique cultural place can present. Prominence in Italy and abroad “.
In addition to the information program for the schools, special events are also provided for families such as the interactive environmental laboratory, meetings on comics of the Italian School of Comics, riding lessons, arches and shows dedicated to Dante Alighieri. Visiting the BITUS it is possible to enjoy a preview of the restored rooms of the Real Polverificio Borbonico, exceptional for the occasion opened after forty years and in the coming months a large part of this monumental park will be opened to the public. the longest Viale dei Platani. of Italy.
Participation in the initiative in all planned events is free of charge and will take place in accordance with current anti-Covid regulations.
The program is available on the official BITUS website.