Good Practices Database

This database is a collection of good practices selected in the course of INTERREG IVC projects. Please note that the project partners fill in the information themselves.

With this database we want to give you and other policymakers an access to the ideas and techniques successfully put in place in other European regions. You can contact specific people for more details about a practice you find interesting and ask about the conditions for transfer.

You can download all available good practices in excel.

Last update of this database was performed in 2015.

10 good practices found
GPTitle Sub-Theme Location Country
Building effective partnerships at the destination level between cultural and tourism sectors as well as between local government authorities. Cultural heritage and landscape BULGARIA
Cultural Routes Cultural heritage and landscape ESPAÑA
Cycling for Tourism Cultural heritage and landscape ITALY
HOST COMMUNITIES & RESPONSIBLE TOURISM Active participation of host communities in cultural tourism product development & delivery. Fostering civic pride, awareness & welcome. Ensuring mutual respect between tourists & residents. European Capital of Culture experiences, impacts, plans & operations. Promoting ‘Responsible Tourism’, with ethical concerns, local benefits, long-term vision & awards. Cultural heritage and landscape ROMÂNIA
Place Marketing & Tourism Marketing Cultural heritage and landscape KYPROS / KIBRIS
Preparing the Historic Environment to meet the challenges of Climate Change Cultural heritage and landscape UNITED KINGDOM
Quality Criteria in Heritage & Cultural Tourism Destinations and Points of Interest for Sustainable Tourism Development Cultural heritage and landscape SWEDEN
Railway Heritage Cultural heritage and landscape UNITED KINGDOM
Traditional Skills and Trades Preservation and Promotion as a Cultural Tourism Attraction. Cultural heritage and landscape ELLADA
VISITOR INFORMATION Cultural heritage and landscape LATVIA
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