From some research:
If your code will be used on mobile, I would look into making that phone tag ( which seems to miss </p> ) into a functional phone tag : https://stackoverflow.com/a/11143507/7602
I would imagine you want your facebook link to point to your actual page.
Your <p>aragraphs are not closed properly..
I would leave <p>...
Assuming that the Thing represents your organization/business on each page of your site, you should try to find a more specific type, e.g., TravelAgency as you point out in the comments.
Every Schema.org type is also implicitly a Thing, so every type can use the basic properties from Thing.
The description property is not for the full content, ...
Microdata / Schema.org
Your use of Microdata and the Schema.org vocabulary is fine.
To specify multiple directors, you have to provide multiple director properties, which your loop seems to achieve:
<span itemprop="director" itemscope itemtype="https://schema.org/Person">…</span>
<span itemprop="director" itemscope itemtype="https://schema....
Semantically, a heading should contain text, not an image.
Also, somewhat more important from an SEO perspective, the <h1> element should relate to the specific page. Unless this site is a single page, having the same <h1> on every page would be a very bad idea.
Generally, ranking for the company name is a given (unless the company is called '...
In case of meta/link:
If the value is a URI, you have to use link instead of meta.
<meta itemprop="isBasedOnUrl" content="http://eluniverso.com/2015/03/01/noticia3.html" />
<link itemprop="isBasedOnUrl" href="http://eluniverso.com/2015/03/01/noticia3.html" />
<meta itemprop="logo" content="/...
The Microdata is fine.
I don’t know if it’s possible with the design of your page, but typically you would link the name/logo (then you could omit the meta and you wouldn’t need alt content), so it could look like:
<body itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Organization">
<a itemprop="url" href="http://www.example.com/">
Home page (TravelAgency)
Note that you could (if you want) use this item on every page of your website, not only on the home page.
Typically, you could always use this item for marking up the header of each page. By using its url property, you always link back to the same URL (i.e., your home page’s URL), so consumers can understand that it’...