Paralela 45 hopes for 15 pct rise in turnover this year

Newsroom 21/03/2016 | 17:21

Romanian tourism agency Paralela 45 registered a turnover of EUR 43 million in 2015, aiming for a 15 percent increase this year, to some EUR 50 million, a press release by the company informs.

Registering a turnover of over EUR 43 million means a continuous development for Paralela 45. While in the past tourists could opt for approximately 100 circuits, in 2016 we increased the number to more than 150 tours to spectacular destinations, but less known to Romanians, such as Tanzania, Zanzibar, Kenya, Ghana-Togo- Benin, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and others,” said Alin Burcea, president of Paralela 45.

During the past years, the agency has invested some EUR 250,000 in technology, mainly the online sales tools. Looking into the future investments will go into the opening of five new work points.

The company will also invest in a residential project in Mamaia, comprising vacation studios and apartments. Also for this year is programmed to finish Club Lac Snagov, another residential project near Snagov Lake, composed of three residential buildings.

Paralela 45 has been active for 25 years on the local tourism market, with a national network of 35 agencies and some 200 employees.

Natalia Martian

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