During the workshops it became once again clear that the Danube cycle path is considered as an established and well-known long-distance cycle path. On the other hand, it became clear that day tours related to the Danube cycle path are difficult to find, although they are of great importance in cycle tourism.
STRATEGIC GOAL - TO BECOME ATTRACTIVE CYCLING DESTINATION
The Romanian partner of EcoVeloTour project, Danube Delta National Institute (DDNI) will release an Ecotourism Strategy in late April 2020 to support the cycle tourism development in the Northern Dobruja region.
CROSS-SECTOR CO-OPERATION IN CROSS-BORDER TOPICS - BULGARIA IS ON THE WAY OF STRATEGIC PLANNING
In Bulgaria, the EcoVeloTour project contributed to public planning process regarding a consultation for the Ministry of Regional development and public works regarding the new Cross-border cooperation program Romania-Bulgaria.
PEOPLES OPINION COUNTS - ONLINE SURVEY ON RÁKOS CREEK
If you want to collect a lot of information from the local people, an online survey is the perfect tool to reach your target group and make them act. This was the reason behind the decision of the Budapest Zugló team to set up a questionnaire about the using habits needs and visions of the citizens in the Rákos creek area.
Who are the users of banks of Rákos creek? How will an ecofriendly development change the mobility in the area? Whan can learn and implement a public body from the regional ecotourism startegy of the area?
The Hungarian partner in regional ecotourism strategy development, the Corvinus University of Budapest shares with the readers the secret ingredients of the successful strategy building.
The German partner, Ostbayern Tourismusmarketing GmbH organize a session of workshops to initiate a lively disscussion with regional and local partners, evaluate the status and project a vision of ecotourism in East Bavaria.
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