How can you benefit from EUROPETOUR?

Our goal is to provide an analysis of experiences, strategies and target audiences for the cultural tourism networks we work with, defining their training needs for creating and marketing appealing offers for visitors interested in cultural tourism across Europe. The outcome of this analysis will be live on our website as from early 2016 onwards.

Another benefit is the multi-lingual training module for stakeholders in cultural and tourism institutions that our team is developing. Culture and tourism will be brought together highlighting opportunities for successful cooperation. It will be made available for you to use in the following seven European languages: English, German, Bulgarian, Italian, Spanish, Polish, and Romanian.

Recommendations for the professional use of Social Media will be published in a guidance document and communicated to culture and tourism institutions on a national and European level. This will be available at the end of 2016 in the languages English, Spanish, German, Italian, Romanian, Polish.


Take an active part in our multiplier events!

All EUROPETOUR countries are hosting events dedicated to the dissemination of the project outcomes, communicated in order to open the range of beneficiaries. As a EUROPETOUR result, 40 networked cultural tourism offers along cultural and creative topics will be created. They will connect the regions by encouraging visitors to travel from one region to the other. Partners and their networks will have a reach of at least 16 European countries at the present status quo.

The first in a series of such multiplier events have already started in the German region of Heilbronn; please have a look at the website of our project partner “Kultur & Arbeit” for more detailed information here (only in German).

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