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  • Caceres kicks of the first Biomarket in Extremadura

    Last Sunday, March 20th, Cáceres kicked off its Small Scale Action as a project partner in URBACT Tourism-Friendly Cities considering that Cáceres performance in both networks Tourism-Friendly Cities

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    Caceres kicks of the first Biomarket in Extremadura

    Last Sunday, March 20th, Cáceres kicked off its Small Scale Action as a project partner in URBACT Tourism-Friendly Cities considering that Cáceres performance in both networks Tourism-Friendly Cities

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    Updates from the Small Scale Actions of the Tourism-friendly Cities URBACT network

    This last period has shown the importance of our network even more than before, as the tourism sector has been one of the most damaged sector by the pandemic.

    Now cities have the possibility to

  • The impact of tourism on urban environment: strategies and actions to make tourism destinations green and sustainable

    The online Transnational Meeting held on 14 and 15 July 2021 had a focus on the environmental dimension of tourism, one of the main layers of Tourism Friendly Cities. The case of Druskininkai and the

  • How to use data analysis for making tourism more sustainable for cities and communities: the solutions of Tourism-friendly Cities

    In the framework of the series of webinars organized by Tourism-friendly Cities (TFC) to promote a deeper understanding of topics of common interest for its partners, the use of ICT and data analysis

  • Innovation, the key to support the tourist guides. The experience of Cáceres

    Two weeks after Cáceres presented its tourism products in the International Tourism Fair in Madrid (FITUR) based on art, heritage, nature and culture, the city comes back with sustainable tourism news

  • Thanks to the Mose, Venice sees a future without flooding, becoming an even more inclusive and accessible city for its residents and tourists

    Venice and the water, an indissoluble bond since the founding of the city 1600 years ago. A link, however, that also because of the sea level rise has provided ground for some extreme high tide

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    Lexit boosts safe tourism, business amid COVID-19 pandemic

    After human life and businesses being severely affected by the massive outbreak of coronavirus in Finland, as elsewhere in the world, the Lexit Project in Lapland is trying to remedy the situation

  • Lexit boosts safe tourism, business amid COVID-19 pandemic

    After human life and businesses being severely affected by the massive outbreak of coronavirus in Finland, as elsewhere in the world, the Lexit Project in Lapland is trying to remedy the situation