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25 October 2017

Insights Project partners experiencing Good Practices in Tourism Product Development in Croatia

Serbia: The 30-months long project (January 2017 – June 2019) INSIGHTS Project - approved within the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme financed by the European fund ERDF and IPA - is about finding solutions for making regions more attractive to tourists by developing strategies that keep in the focus the protection of natural and cultural resources. The regions all have outstanding natural and cultural resources, and at the same time they have a great potential related to the fast-growing recreational trend of slow, green and healthy tourism.
 
Countries involved in INSiGHTS Projects are Slovakia, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Germany, Romania and Serbia.  Partners are working in close cooperation with stakeholders to gain relevant local feedback on the current situation of tourism and also ideas and proposals for new opportunities for slow, green and healthy tourism. There will be eight integrated sustainable tourism strategies developed by the partner regions and they will be adaptable all across the Danube Region.
For more information about the INSiGHT project please visit: www.interreg-danube.eu/insights

In the framework of INSIGHTS Project, the Regional Economic Development Agency for Sumadijaa and Pomoravlije participated to the meeting hosted by LAGCentral Istria in Croatia at Famous Motovun in Croatia, known for its International Film Festival.
Partners were introduced to the best practices of Central Istria region, starting with the wine tasting at the Tomaz Winery, bike riding at the Parenzana trail, traditional Istrian pastry making at Agrotourism Ograde and the adrenaline tourist experiences offered in Pazin. Patners also experimented the unique experience of Parenzana bike trail ride from Motovun to Agrotourism Tikel in Špinovci. Parenzana was a narrow gauge railway which connected Trieste with Poreč, operating from 1902 until 1935. Thanks to 3 continuous EU co-funded projects it became one of the best known bike trails in Europe inviting nature loving tourist to experience the Mediterranean cities and local attractions while breathing in fresh air during cycling in the middle of the unspoiled Istrian nature. The next multilateral study visit will take place in Hungary in March 2018. 

by REDASP