Process; preparatory phase; to be revised after 2 years
Submitted by / EUSDR Priority Area(s): PA 3 Culture & Tourism
Sustain and better connect all EUSDR Cultural routes (local/regional connectivity with existing or future routes):
Routes4U published a Roadmap for the Danube Region, which summarises the research results and the conclusions drawn during the meeting in Bucharest. The Roadmap highlights recommendations and steps to take in order to successfully develop the Cultural Routes in the Danube Region.
In order to establish a strong network of members, stakeholders agreed on national co-coordination of the different destinations of the Cultural Route. These national coordination entities should be established in order to ensure the participatory approach with all members and to create a multiplying effect in the implementation of activities.
Need and (expected) impact
The need for a harmonised distribution of tourism flows through macro-regional territories using Cultural Routes to create innovative diversified tourism products; supporting the development of cycling, walking/hiking routes etc., that would better connect all EUSDR Cultural routes. The challenge is to address the regional connectivity of locally micro-managed routes.
All EUSDR countries will be involved in the process and also representative of existing cultural routes and entities in charge from other macro regional strategies.
Different categories of stakeholders from local to transnational level.
Budget and Funding
Further information & Contact
PAC PA 3, Ms Irina Cozma, email: email@example.com