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QuattroPole

QuattroPole is a cross-border city network of Luxemburg, Metz, Saarbrücken and Trier. The initiative aims at strengthening the visibility of the QuattroPole space on the European map, to meet the challenges of the future, together, in a Europe that is growing together. QuattroPole sets up specific cross-border services dedicated to citizens and enterprises, in collaboration with external partners. Environment and energy, culture, languages and a common touristic concept are some of the topics developed by QuattroPole.

CrossCulTour

The partnership of CrossCulTour developed and implemented eight transnational tools: Online Questionnaire, Knowledge Platform, Monitoring Scheme, Maps and Signs, two Summer Schools, CC Youth Course and Audio Guides. A sales manual as brochure and on CD, a travel magazine as e-paper and printed version as well as two business newsletters have been created. CrossCulTour has developed and implemented eight joint strategies resp. action plans.

BIC Lazio ICult Viterbo Cultural Enterprise Incubator

Main objectives of this incubatore are to : (a) encourage the development of culture at regional level; (b) promote the creation of a territorial context conducive to the emergence and development of cultural and creative enterprises; (c) develop and assist start-up enterprises and business models for the enhancement of cultural, historical and artistic heritage; (d) promote employment in the cultural and creative sector.

KIRA Networking Table and Joint Platform

The networking table is a simple but effective instrument to bring various people working directly or indirectly in cultural tourism in a region together. The networking table is defined as a physical established meeting place where actors in cultural tourism meet on a regular basis. The objective is to turn actors in cultural tourism from competitors into partners in order to jointly create new products and services and to jointly develop cultural tourism offers.

GHA Host Quality Branding

A quality brand for hosts as developed by the German Hiking Association ensures high quality standards for accommodation facilities and restaurants along a cultural route. Together with hosts and restaurants it is able to identify and integrate particularly target group oriented offers and ensure to satisfy the requirements of the visitors.

‘Educational tours of Andalusia’ programme

Objectives of the programme are to: (a) Improve the student through the trails in their personal development and the acquisition of basic skills such as competence in knowledge and interaction with the physical and natural world, the social and civic competence, cultural competence and artistic or competition for autonomy and personal initiative, among others; (b) Promote values identification, preservation and conservation of the cultural environment that surrounds the pupil.

Qualification Guidelines for a European Pilgrim Tutor Training

The Qualification Guidelines for a European Pilgrim Tutor Education Course were jointly developed in June 2012 by the partners of the European St. James Routes (LEADER/EFRE) transnational project . These guidelines aim at a developing sustainable services to promote and support the visits along the St. James Route. One instrument is the introduction of a common certificate/ quality criteria ensuring a sustainable and high quality adult education training for Pilgrimage Tutors.

Manual for cycle friendly tourism enterprises

The objective of this manual is to support innovative tourism enterprises which have recognized visitors from transnational / national cycling routes as important target guest group of the future. It provides guidelines and quality criteria for route partners, specifically in the field of accommodation and gastronomy, and it aims at enhancing their service standards and become a “cycle friendly tourism company”.

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