King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain today kick start the 38th edition of the International Tourism Fair-FITUR that will be held from January 17 to 21 at the Feria de Madrid under the slogan “Incredible India” as this year the honorary member in India.
The Royal Couple began their visit through the main hall in which they visited the LAG 5G stands dedicated to the development of tourism technologies and fairs.
Then, they moved to Hall 10, where they visited the exhibitors of NH, the Ministry of Development as well as the Iberia, official carrier and president of the Organizing Committee of FITUR.
The Spanish Royal Couple continued their tour of Hall 9, where they could see the tourist offer of Turespaña, Madrid, Galicia and Navarra. Next, they moved to Hall 7 where they visited the stand of Aragón, which this year celebrates the Centennial of the Ordesa National Park. The visit continued with the exhibitors of Castilla y León and the Valencian Community.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia finished their tour in Hall 6 where they visited the exhibitors of India, partner of FITUR, and guest country in this edition, as well as that of Algeria.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia also lighted the lamp an Indian tradition that is a symbol of prosperity.
The Royal Couple also enjoyed the Algerian culture at the FITUR inauguration.
Today Queen Letizia premiered a new white Hugo Boss blouse. A lightweight, fluid design in soft crêpe fabric by BOSS women’s wear. This easy-wear ‘Benissa’ style is cut to a laid-back fit and detailed with contrast piping, a point collar and buttoned cuffs currently retailing at $183.99.
She paired the coat and blouse with ‘Taru’ black trousers from the same label.
Today’s look was highlighted by a new pair of Uterqüe pumps.
The leather studded salons are made of sheep leather. Its design features gold studs and crossed strips with pearls that wrap it. A design inspired by Gucci’s ‘Unia ‘pumps; it has buckled ankle straps for fastening, caprine leather lining and insoles, and finished with a 5cm kitten heel.