Canary Islands Tourism Board just released Canarias Destino (Canary Destination). This is the transformation strategy to build, over the next few years, a more competitive tourism by improving its resilience, a greater commitment to climate neutrality and an enhancement of its capacity to generate value, in favour of the citizens and businesses of the Canary Islands.
The project focuses on the Vltava as a waterway and its surroundings, cycle routes, monuments, UNESCO heritage, and other attractions. The project introduces the river to visitors as one attractive tourism destination. This good practice was presented at the occasion of Star Cities International Learning Session.
Andalusia launches a new service to connect local small and medium tourist enterprises, enabling them to work together to alleviate the effects of the pandemic.
With the motto “Get to know new experiences today, sell them tomorrow”, this initiative aims to connect SMEs offering services with those who are about to sell them.
Our members of the Forum of the Adriatic and Ionian Chambers of Commerce (FAICC) are partner of CEnTOUR, a new COSME Project boosting sustainable tourism development and capacity of tourism SMEs through transnational cooperation and knowledge transfer.
The Water Museum of Venice is showcasing the heritage of water civilizations in a digital and open-air museum in Veneto and especially the Venice’s hinterlands on more than 70 sites. This good practice supported by the Veneto Region was presented at the occasion of Star Cities International Learning Session.
Blue ways is a project to convert almost 300km for bikers and hikers along the main rivers of the province of Barcelona: Llobregat, Anoia and Cardener. This good practice was presented at the occasion of Star Cities International Learning Session.