SEEMORE Central European Transfer Seminar in Bucharest: Exchange of Good Practices on Sustainable Mobility for Tourists   SEEMORE Central European Transfer Seminar in Bucharest: Exchange of Good Practices on Sustainable Mobility for Tourists
The second SEEMORE Central European Transfer Seminar took place in Bucharest on 30 October 2014. Organised by the CEI within the frame of the SEEMORE project, the seminar gathered representatives of 16 tourist destinations from 7 different countries, namely Lezhe and Tirana (Albania); Tuzla and Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Sofia (Bulgaria); Zadar and Varazdin (Croatia); Stip and Ohrid (Macedonia); Bacau, Costinesti and Bucharest (Romania); Novi Sad, Sremski Karlovci, Arandjelovac and Belgrade (Serbia).



The SEEMORE project aims at enhancing the use of sustainable transport modes by tourists and the purpose of the seminar was to favour the transfer of the best practices and successful approaches developed within the project to other CEI tourist destinations. During the event, representatives of the SEEMORE regions of Dobrich (Bulgaria) and Limassol (Cyprus) presented the innovative measures developed within the project, such as sustainable mobility tourist guides, targeted awareness campaigns and specific cooperation schemes with hotels and other stakeholders from the tourism industry. All participants showed deep interest in the topic and shared their ideas and opinions on the project activities. Many guests envisaged the possibility of introducing SEEMORE-like measures in their respective areas, expressing their satisfaction for the fruitful exchange of information that took place at the event.

November 2014

Contact: Slavena Radovanovic, Sara Baronio


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