MTÜ launching domestic tourism campaign

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The Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTÜ) is launching a large-scale campaign to boost domestic tourism, with 12 advertising spots, posters, online and print media advertisements in various points of the country targeting locals, MTÜ said, according to uzletem.hu.

Short films and posters started to be displayed across the country yesterday, the agency said.

The campaign is based on information from the National Tourism Data Center database, which has been collecting statistics since 2019 about which destinations in Hungary are the most attractive to people living in various cities and counties.

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