Here you can find all the latest publications on Tourism Policy from NECSTouR members, EU Institutions and other tourism stakeholders!

Tourism and cycling study in Île-de-France

During the preparation of  the next regional plan for the development of tourism and leisure in Île-de-France, the Paris Ile-de-France Regional Tourism Committee wanted to join forces with Enlarge Your Paris, Vianney Delourme and Renaud Charles to examine the conditions for the successful development of sustainable bicycle tourism in the destination. 

Transition pathway for tourism

On 4 February 2022 the European Commission unveiled the transition pathway for tourism, the first in a series of transition pathways for EU industrial ecosystems.

Guide on EU funding for tourism

On May 2020, the European Commission published an online guide to highlight the wide range of funding programmes financed by the new budget, multiannual financial framework 2021-2027, and Next Generation EU. The goal is to support the move towards a more digital, sustainable and inclusive EU.A second udate followed on February 2022.

BEST MED Sustainable Path and Cultural Route Model (MED S&C Path)

The MED S&C Path Model further develop an approach to support the sustainable management of Mediterranean routes and paths. It's built upon previous approaches and outputs, such as the platform developed within MITOMED+ (one of NECSTouR previous project in the Interreg MED programme).

Sustainable Mobility for Island Destinations

NECSTouR is proud to announce the Civitas DESTINATIONS book titled "Sustainable Mobility for Island Destinations" is currently online as an open-access publication.

DG REGIO Study: Regional impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the tourist sector

The study launched by the European Commission Directorate General for Regional and Urban policy (DG REGIO) was piloted by Spatial Foresight in cooperation with NECSTouR and t33 and AnySolution. The study assesses how different tourist regions are affected by COVID-19 and potential future developments.