The Network of Jewish Quarters in Spain, which includes the cities of Ávila, León, Segovia and Béjar (Salamanca) in Castilla y León, will launch tomorrow the initiative called '#Jueves en red', a cycle of virtual meetings that They seek to publicize the latest projects of this association while serving as inspiration for travelers to visit the enclaves that make up the group.
These virtual meetings, with free access to all Facebook users, will be broadcast live from 19:XNUMX pm on the page of this network of the Red de Juderías, as well as on the Facebook page of the magazine ' Your great trip ', collaborator in this initiative.
This activity seeks to inform and serve as inspiration to those who participate in the talks, which will address the Sephardic heritage of the cities that make up the Red de Juderías de España with the aim of serving as a magnet to attract visitors during the summer season, in which will work to enhance the proximity destinations that also have a rich cultural, historical, monumental and gastronomic offer.
The first of the talks will feature the participation of journalists Clemente Corona and Carmelo Jordá, two of the authors of 'Travel Diaries', who will talk about their travel experiences in the cities of the network. Corona is the author of 'The found key. Toledo, Segovia and Ávila ', while Jordá is the author of' Looking for Sefarad in Extremadura: diary of a journey through the Extremaduran Jewish quarters'. The meeting will be moderated by Marta Puig, manager of the Red de Juderías de España.
On Thursday May 21 it will be the turn of Alejandra Abulafia, author of the tourist guides 'Routes through the Jewish quarters of Spain', who will talk about the project and in the following week Javier Zafra will intervene, to talk about his book 'Sabores de Sefarad' , of imminent appearance and one of the most important elements of the homonymous action of the Red de Juderías de España.
And in the fourth virtual meeting, on June 4, Marta Puig, manager of the network, will present the news with which the different tourism and educational programs and projects of the association –RASGO, Discoverers of Sefarad, etc.- face the imminent season summer.