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Convention & Implementation Plan for Mudejar & Baroque Cultural Route in Mexico

Main purpose of this instrument, in the form of an agreement, is the economic and social development of Mexico through the promotion of international cooperation between Spain and Mexico, promoting cultural tourism and encouraging the dissemination of artistic and cultural heritage common to the two countries, contributing to capacity building and participation of the local population, increasing the sustainable use of heritage resources, in turn contributing to territorial cohesion and the reduction of economic inequalities.

"European Cultural Routes". A Practical Guide

The "Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe" – also called "European Cultural Routes" – have proved successful projects: economically, touristic and not least ideational. This handbook shows what one must do in order to launch such a cultural route. The requirements are substantial, but not unattainable. In the end such a process should result in a certification by the Council of Europe and thus a solid USP for a region and its special places.

Odysseus in Andalusia

The Euro Mediterranean Cultural Itinerary “ODYSSEUS – Mythical and initiatory travels in the Mediterranean”, which begins with the Mediterranean space has authority to reveal and to make accessible to public of different ages and different cultures the chapters of their common history, by leaning on the identical European cultural, patrimonial and landscaped markers. The main objective is to improve and structure new offers and tourist services of excellence making of each regional destination and harbour city a single stopover, on the basis of a common European reference frame.

Eastern Moravia Pilgrimage Routes

Pilgrimage route created between Holy Hostyn and Velehrad brought an opportunity to prepare tourism product with the offer of an active pilgrimage. East Moravian Tourist Authority prepared this offer upon suggestion by European Routes promotional organization (I Cammini d´Europa). The specific of this offer is the process of product itinerary creation. This Itinerary, that contains cognition of history, wandering between pilgrimage places, tasting regional cuisine, stay in Luhačovice Spa, was at first verified in practice by two Italian Tourists.

Saxon Greenway

B2 SERVICES > Hospitality, Food & beverage, Travel | The Saxon Greenway project was initiated, to develop and promote sustainable transport for local communities and tourists, by integrating the existing natural and cultural heritage conservation activities from this area into the framework of the European Greenways initiative. The Saxon Greenway is conceived as a thematic framework both for the local communities, to develop small sustainable businesses (e.g.

Moravian Amber Trail I

Main objective of the project was to increase the participation of tourism on economic prosperity in Moravian and Silesian region and enforce this destination on domestic and foreign markets. Specifically, it was the elimination of one of the major weaknesses of the former tourism around the Moravian region - lack of marketable tourism products and underdeveloped system of targeted marketing.

Odysseus in Baleares

The Euro Mediterranean Cultural Itinerary “ODYSSEUS – Mythical and initiatory travels in the Mediterranean”, which begins with the Mediterranean space has authority to reveal and to make accessible to public of different ages and different cultures the chapters of their common history, by leaning on the identical European cultural, patrimonial and landscaped markers. The main objective is to improve and structure new offers and tourist services of excellence making of each regional destination and harbour city a single stopover, on the basis of a common European reference frame.

The Phoenicians’ Route

The «Phoenicians’ Route» is an international Cultural Route based on the intercultural Mediterranean dialogue, approved by the Council of Europe. The Route crosses 18 Mediterranean countries, with more than 80 towns of Phoenician-Punic origin and culture. The «Phoenicians’ Route» allows the connection of maritime routes that were created on the XII century B.C by the Phoenician people as main channels of trade and cultural communication in the Mediterranean. These routes became an integral and basic part of the Mediterranean culture.

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