Sustainable tourism cooperation
in the Baltic Sea region
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Unlocking the full potential of the Baltic Sea World Heritage sites
In order to be able to improve the cross-border work as well as to initiate and support necessary developments in the Baltic Sea Region, the Action...
On March 20, 2019 tourism stakeholders from the Baltic Sea region met in Copenhagen to kick off the BSTC Expert Group on Sustainable Tourism.
Increasing hardwood business opportunities through more vibrant and sustainable tourism use
Under the umbrella of the ITB Congress, the Interreg South Baltic project Biking South Baltic! (BSB) is conducting a panel discussion with...
With the aim to increase visibility of the Baltic Sea region and to contribute to the growth of the share of international visitors to the BSR, the...
What do fifty youngsters do on a Saturday night? Hack for BalticMuseums! In the project BalticMuseums: LoveIT! new event formats in museums help...
With the help of the BSTC Tourism Market Monitor®, the first report "State of the Tourism Industry in the Baltic Sea Region" was published at the...
With the aim to combine forces of tourism stakeholders in the Baltic Sea region, the Baltic Sea Tourism Center presents its Position Paper.
The Investment and Development Agency of Latvia and the Ministry of Economics of Latvia welcomed more than 400 tourism actors of the Baltic Sea region...