06/06/2017. The AVE Cities Network on an institutional trip these days in Guatemala and Panama to be part of a roadshow that boost the embassies of both countries along with Turespaña and OET (Spanish Office of Tourism Abroad) of Mexico. The destination association promotes its 29 destinations and tourist products, Avexperience and Renfe Spain Pass, before authorities as well as main travel agents, tour operators and specialized press, as well as expanding its portfolio of clients and contacts with which to create new business opportunities.

This trip is part of the Action Plan 2017 of the Ave Ave Cities Network, proposed by OTS of Mexico during the last edition of FITUR.

AVE Cities Network
AVE Cities Network is the association of tourist destinations in Spain connected by the High Speed ​​that was born with the aim of promoting the cities that integrate it under a common strategy, as well as its Renfe Spain Pass and Avexperience products. The AVE Cities Network is currently chaired by Seville and is made up of the cities of Albacete, Alicante, Antequera, Barcelona, ​​Calatayud, Ciudad Real, Cordoba, Cuenca, León, Lleida, Madrid, Malaga, Ourense, Palencia, Puertollano, Segovia, Seville, Tarragona, Toledo, Valencia, Valladolid, Villanueva de Córdoba, Villena, Zamora and Zaragoza, which are full members, as well as Elche, Granada, Murcia and Talavera de la Reina as adhered cities.
To facilitate the trip to tourists visiting Spain and coming from other countries, Renfe articulates the Renfe Spain Pass service, linked in a special way to the Network. A new way of traveling that facilitates the movement, with flexibility, being able to know several destinations Of the Network of Cities Ave in the same getaway. You can choose as many trips as you want (4, 6, 8 or 10) and buy them up to 6 months in advance. Renfe Spain Pass is available in two categories (Tourist and Business) and for two age groups (children and adults); Includes all AVE trains as well as long and medium distance trains. Places are reserved through the Internet, travel agencies or stations.