GUIDELINES FOR SUSTAINABLE BICYCLE TOURISM: NOW AVAILABLE
’In the following chapters of the guidelines you will find all necessary tools and recommendations to design and improve facilities and services for bicycle tourism.’ say the authors of the Guidelines for sustainable bicycle tourism, which is now available in the EcoVeloTour Library.
LEARNING STRATEGY: THE FIRST ECOVELOTOUR WORKSHOP IN KOSICE
At the 1st Learning Interaction meeting in Kosice the participants could learn the core of the ecotourism strategy methodology, the ecosystem services (ESS) by the Corvinus University of Budapest. The session was followed by practical interactive group work on identifying ESS for the regions where strategies will be developed throughout the project.
In this September EcoVeloTour was presented at the 1st alumni meeting organised by the Institute of Transport Studies.
The EcoVeloTour project presented the outcomes for the audience and inveted them to give feedback on the recent published version of the Guidelines for Sustainable Bycicle Tourism, as it will be updated and refined during the project lifetime.
As part of the development of six best practice regional ecotourism strategies in the EcoVeloTour project, the first workshop in East Bavaria took place on 26th September.
Stakeholders from tourism, public transport, hospitality industry, economy, nature parks and more discussed the needs for action on the sustainable development of cycling tourism in East Bavaria using the examples of Euro Velo Routes 6 and 13.
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