Good Practices

Good Practices

We collect, categorise and share Good Practice on Competitive and Sustainable Tourism among our Member Regions, since 2009.

Sardinian Regional plan for Cycling Mobility

The regional plan for cycling mobility of Sardinia (Italy) is a project involving the entire island.

The plan establishes a network of cycling and intermodal (bike+train) routes, with the reuse of the many abandoned minor roads and railways, along with new dedicated sections for soft mobility.

Barcelona Tourism Mobility Strategy (EMT)

The Tourism Mobility Strategy (EMT) structures a global analysis of the patterns of tourism mobility in Barcelona. The EMT has 12 concrete actions to facilitate the fit of tourism mobility with daily mobility to make the city more liveable and sustainable.

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Trentino Guest Card

The Trentino Guest Card "Holiday including experiences” is the tourist card that is valid throughout the region currently with members from 11 tourist sectors.

The Card includes unlimited use of all public transport (urban and rural buses and trains on provincial routes) and access to more than 100 services such as museums, castles, attractions and many conventions and discounts on further services.

Tour Operators Approach to Sustainable Mobility

How Tour Operators approaching sustainable mobility?

- Carbon management training and tool to apply carbon management
- Calculator for a complete travel package - Detailed for different elements:

25 transport type or subtypes: own emission factor google maps locations;

- Flights: level airline and aircraft type on the given flight leg. Automatic distance (IATA codes, airport names)

Other transport modes (touring cars, rental cars, trains etc.):

Ecospiagge per tutti

 

Ecospiagge per Tutti (Eco-Beaches for All) is the new label dedicated to the Italian bathing establishments. It is the outcome of the cooperation between Legambiente and Village for all.

Smart Beaches by the Region of Valencia

 

The Region of Valencia developed a new model towards an innovative model of beach management.
The aim is to have more sustainable and accessible, safer and better managed services related with the beaches in the Region.

A specific Study on the Smart Beaches in the Region highlighthed the starting weakness and developed a map of Technologies for a Smart Beach including entreprises and services, beach users, new services for visitors, geolocalisation and sustainability.

L’attractivité touristique par l’approche « parcours client »

 

Alors que les flux de visiteurs internationaux dépassent aujourd’hui les 1,3 milliard, les trajectoires de développement touristique des grandes destinations se différencient par leurs stratégies. Les plus performantes associent à leurs offres de séjour des études poussées sur les attentes de leurs visiteurs, inspirées du « parcours client » développé par le marketing. Comment ce concept s’applique-t-il à l’univers du tourisme ? Quels enseignements les professionnels peuvent-ils tirer d’une telle approche ?

Hi Pass Belgium

'Hi Belgium Pass' is a common initiative involving different Belgian organizations offering an advantageous travel formula for European Tourists. Starting on the 21th of April 2017, tourists can buy the 'Hi Belgium Pass' and fly from 50 cities in 18 European countries to Brussels Airport, from where they can take unlimited train rides around the country and visit a wealth of tourist attractions for free.

Accessibility for comemoration of the WWI

Visit Flanders just published two recent publications about the accessibility for every one of the  Great War Centenary.

Tourism integration in Regional Economies by Tuscany

 

Valencia is an excellent example of integrating tourism in an horizontal approach which facilitates complementarity between the different European Funds mainly:

Tourism integration in Regional Economies by the Region of Valencia

 

The regional strategy of the operational programme using European Funds for Regional Development in the planning period 2014/2020, related to tourism, is based on 3 pillars:

  1. Innovation and competitiveness for the productive ecosystem, with a particular focus on manufacturing industry pillar and relationship between tourism, cities and cultural drivers.
  2. Improvement of competitiveness linked to environmental sustainability and the use of resources.
  3. Enhance the social dimension in the territorial interventions.

 

General Plan for Sustainable Tourism of Andalusia Horizon 2020 co-financed by ERDF & EARDF

 

Andalusian Tourism in S3:

  • Priority 4. Strengthening Andalucía as a tourism destination, culture and leisure.”
  • Other priorities:
  1. Innovative products;
  2. accessibility;
  3. CCI;
  4. Synergies

 

General Plan for Sustainable Tourism of Andalusia Horizon 2020 co-financed by ERDF & EARDF

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