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Regional Operational Programme for Lower Silesia

The regional rules foresee that co-financing of projects in priority 6.4. "Tourism and Culture" of the Regional Operational Programme be divided between two applications calls: one for all beneficiaries and the second only for those whose projects are connected with monuments on regional cultural routes in Lower Silesia. In sucha context, it is very significant the support of the Region in the process of assigning ERDF fund, favoring projects having networking features.

“Adopt a monument” programme

This GI presents an example of a programme of public administrations incentivising private enterprise in the conservation and dissemination of historic heritage. Despite not being currently active, this programme forms part of the plan for historic heritage management of the Island Council of Menorca. The objective of the present GI is for private enterprise to become involved in the conservation and protection of Menorca’s cultural heritage, attracted by incentives and tax benefits, and by providing an example and a service to the society of Menorca and everyone who visits the island.

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.

Black Forest Card Apportionment System

The Black Forest Tourism GmbH invented the idea in cooperation with local municipalities to create a network consisting of various public and private institutions such as local guesthouses/hotels and private or public providers of social, cultural and leisure offers in the natural region of the Black Forest. The network’s economic structure is based on an apportionment system: a part of the accommodation rate per overnight stay goes to cultural and leisure institutions or to public transport providers.

Stakeholder Analysis

This is an analytical tool establishing a 4-stage process for the identification and active involvement of stakeholders in project/programme related activities. The instrument consists of a set of Guidelines plus blank documents (templates). Ref. A2 PROMOTERS > Stakeholders involvement.

Black Forest Card (Hochschwarzwald Card)

Black Forest card is a RFID chip card for tourist to use mobility, leisure and cultural offers in the Black Forest region for free. The card is based on an apportionment system. A part of the hotel’s and guest houses´ accommodation revenues go to leisure and cultural institutions and a smaller part (15% of the apportionment rate) is invested in marketing and support. Tourists who stay 2 nights and longer get this card for free. They are then able to use public transport and more than 60 leisure and cultural offers for free.
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