Cultural sustainable tourism: an international webinar to create touristic products

 November 30, 2020.

What makes a territory attractive? What combination of products can create a unique tourist package? What are the ways to promote a location and its distinctive features, unique and recognizable among other destinations?  

The first of a series of webinars addressed to sustainable cultural tourism organised by the European Route of Ceramics, a cultural route of the Council of Europe.

The webinar offers some useful examples for study and case histories, to create unique tourism products, combining different types of offers, such as arts, culture, museums, food and wine, cycle tourism, environment, etc., not only to the representatives of the cultural routes of the Council of Europe, but also to their local operators in the tourism sector and students in the fields of tourism and historical-artistic-cultural heritage.

Organized by: European Route of Ceramics, with the support of the Municipality of Faenza, Romagna Tech, Contamination Lab and Ravenna Tecnopole and with the collaboration of Iter Vitis Les Chemins de la Vigne en Europe and Via Francigena European Association, Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe.

Experiences and skills for the new wave of the Cultural and Creative Sector

 June 14, 2021.

The second  webinar addressed to sustainable cultural tourism organised by the European Route of Ceramics- cultural route of the Council of Europe.
The cultural creative industry in Europe has been heavily affected by the Covid-19 pandemic; nevertheless, this sector has continued to work to propose new ideas and positive energies for a restart. The digital technologies have redefined our working, studying and living habits, becoming fundamental for a solid and inclusive restart in all sectors of the economy.

The webinar offers different perspectives and experiences about the cultural and creative skills which were developed during this period, as best practices and opportunities to be implemented, with positive effects on the European economy.

Organized by: European Route of Ceramics, with the support of the Municipality of Faenza, Romagna Tech, Contamination Lab and Ravenna Tecnopole in cooperation with Clust-ER Create.