In an ever shrinking and integrating world, tourism has become one of the fastest growing industries worldwide and has experienced exceptional growth over the past decades. The Baltic Sea region is no exception. From 2014 to 2017, the area recorded an increase of 14.2% in arrivals and respectively 12.2% in overnight stays which amounts to a total of 86 million arrivals and 225 million overnight stays in 2017. This makes the Baltic Sea region entering an increasing global competition. To remain competitive, internationalization strategies need to be realigned to benefit from the positive effects and minimize the negative implications of growing tourism flows.
Strengthening international partnerships, providing profound insights and enhancing professional skills are key to deliver a more sustainable, competitive and international performance for a thriving future of the Baltic Sea region. Join the Baltic Sea Tourism Center and learn more about steps towards more permanent tourism cooperation in the Baltic Sea region.
The EUSBSR Policy Area Tourism is organising this workshop in Finland in order to intensify the communiaction and cooperation between the PA and tourism projects in Finland.
The objective of the cross-border conference is to bring various tourism stakeholders that show a common interest in international cooperation together in the region of the Baltic Sea. The conference offers an excellent opportunity to provide you with, the future trends and relevant information concerning the on-going discussion on sustainable tourism in the South Baltic Sea – and the sustainable tourism objectives in the EU Baltic Sea Strategy.
The XXI International Environmental Forum "Baltic Sea Day" will be organized on 19–20 March 2020 in St. Petersburg to discuss environmental challenges to the state of the Baltic Sea.
Celebrated to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism.
Comprising joint objectives and mutual benefits by complementing distinct strategic orientations of countries and regions in a meaningful way.
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Tourist Board
Head of Baltic Sea Cooperation
Phone +49 381 4030663
Pomorskie Tourist Board
Phone + 48 58 7327040
Danish Tourism Innovation
Karin Melbye Holm
Chief Executive Officer
Phone +45 20251348
University of Applied Sciences Stralsund
Prof. Dr. Björn P. Jacobsen
Management Studies & International Management
Phone +49 3831 456681
Association „Klaipėda region“
Phone +370 650 15620
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Ministry of Economics, Employment and Health
Head of division
Phone +49 385 5885240
Fundraising & Relationship Manager
Phone +45 32889900
Ministry of the Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania
Tourism Policy Division
Phone +370 70664771
Polish Tourism Organization
Phone +48 22 5367004
German National Tourist Board
Head of Division of the CEO / Business Development
Phone +49 69 97464235
Association of Polish Communes of Euroregion Baltic
Head of ERB International Permanent Secretariat
Phone +48 55 6112002
Self-Government of the Pomorskie Vovoideship
Director - Department of Tourism and Promotion
Phone +48 583268350
Phone +358 2946951
Phone +46 703 887777
The Baltic Sea - well known for its natural beauty, clean water and safe environment – invites you to discover its natural and cultural treasures. Experience the stunning facets of this exceptional region first-hand. Can’t wait to explore the Baltic Sea coast and its hinterland? Our relaunched website is now available online.