Good Practices

Good Practices

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

CERTESS by the Andalucía Region: Transferring experiences, Sharing Solutions

The aim was a sustainable tourist territorial development around a coastal or riverside destination and its pleasant harbour (by following the Odyssea tourist model). The investiments priorities were to introduce the ICTs in the promotion, dissemination and commercialization of resources and products of tourist destinations and the territories around, incorporating local SMEs related direct or indirectly with tourism service. The initiative has been financed by the ERDF.

CERTESS of Andalusia: Transferring Experiences, Sharing Solutions

 

Current  Position -  November 2014

•The final programme has yet to be approved by the UK Government and EC

•Draft progamme for ESF and ERDF is “sector blind” i.e does not include or exclude any sector

•The high priority is  the value of the employment rather than volume.

•The EARDF programme is nationally administered in the UK and does include a specific reference to rural sustainable tourism development

 

Priorities for Investment-  November 2014

Financing Tourism through European Funds in Cornwall

 

•EU Fund:  ERDF – INTERREG IVC

•Challenges faced: Lack of common methodology in creating cultural routes in the region

 

Aim: Transferring experiences, sharing solutions: CERTESS

ODYESSEA's Experience on Training and Education in Tourism at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

Il Club delle Velle
Measure for Tourism jobs and growth through Training & Education

Veneto's Experience on Tourism Accessibility at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

Regional strategy for accessible tourism: The regional strategy is intrinsically related with the Regional Law on Tourism. The Region allocates funds to improve the physical accessibility through the involvement of experts in this field. Following the regional project of excellence on accessible tourism, the provisions are to improve the accessibility of accommodations, museums and restaurants that are part of the project, as well as the involvement of all tourism services within the Region.

Midi-Pyrénées's Experience on Cultural Itinearies at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

Name of the cultural route: Crossregional Management of rural heritage: Via Lactea

Abstract: The project VIA LACTEA (Interreg II C) envisages the promotion and valorisation of cultural and natural heritage of territories historically touched by the Way of St. James.

 

ISNART's Experience on Cultural Itinearies at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

Name of the cultural route: Ospitalità Italiana HOTSPOT

Abstract: The project aimed at developing a branded and interactive virtual environment that is an innovative web platform for engaging tourists in the cultural heritage of tourist destinations as well as in wine and food tourism.

 

Emilia-Romagna's Experience on Cultural Itinearies at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

1) Name of the cultural route: BLUe-Building River Landscape Across United Europe

Abstract: It aimed at developing a common river tourism promotion strategy at a transnational level in order to make the initiatives consistent and complementary. The ultimate objective was to define a tourism promotion policy based on the protection and enhancement of cultural resources and river landscape
 

2) Name of the project related to cultural tourism: Marimed

Veneto's Experience on Cultural Itinearies at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

Name of the cultural route: Restoration and promotion of the Great war museum of Inssbruck

Abstract: The Veneto region is working with Land of Tirol (Austria) at a special project in the field of the promotion of cultural and natural heritage. The Interreg IV B project is about the restoration and promotion of the Great War Museum of Innsbruck and of the battlefields in Veneto, finally returned to be part of natural world.

 

Basque Experience on Cultural Itinearies at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

Name of the cultural route: Cultural itinerary - The Ignatian Way

Flander's Experience on Tourism Accessibility at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

Training and Education in Regional Tourism strategy. Responsible for the economic development of the territory and training, the Region is involved in the implementation of a regional training programme for young and adult job seekers.

Cooperation Tourism Department – Other Regional Departments. Cross sector, tourism cooperates with employment and training, culture, sport and the unit in charge of tourism in the mountain area.

PACA's Experience on Training and Education in Tourism at the European Tourism Forum 2014

 

Regional strategy for accessible tourism: The Tourism Pact 2020 contains the strategic goal to build a sustainable, accessible Flanders for all. The region aims to become an over-all accessible travel destination, with a high international reputation.
Visit Flanders’ Accessibility Action Plan consists of three parts: infrastructure, training and information. It has inspired a general building decree from the Flemish authorities for public infrastructure.

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