Evolution of GITT travels: from Alfonso XIII to Felipe VI

In April 1916, the then King and Queen of Spain, Alfonso XIII and Victoria Eugenia de Battenberg, paid a visit to the town of Ecija (Seville, Spain). During the visit, which lasted approximately one hour, the King and Queen made a tour through the streets of the town, being received by local authorities and citizens. They arrived and left Ecija in automobiles.

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GITT Protocol basis

Regardless of the scope in which a governmental and institutional travel takes place, the client’s figure is the entity around which a multitude of essential aspects revolve such as protocol, which drives the code of conduct and courtesy to be taken into account on each situation.

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