Public Consultation on the




for ‘Culture and Heritage Added value to Regional policies for 

Tourism Sustainability’


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The Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC, financed by the European Union’s Regional Development Fund, helps Regions of Europe work together to share experience and good practice in theareas of innovation, the knowledge economy, the environment and risk prevention. EUR 302 million isavailable for project funding but, more than that, a wealth of knowledge and potential solutions are also onhand for regional policy-makers.



CHARTS  is Regional Initiative project focused on the role of culture and heritage in the formulation and delivery of added-value to regional strategies for sustainable tourism development and integration into local, regional, national and EU policies



Project Mission is to enrich regional policies with culture and heritage as added value for tourism sustainability by exchange of experience amongst the partners in established 12 Good Practices on the sustainable management of culture, heritage and landscape through communication and collaboration, keeping in mind the effects of innovation and creating a base of knowledge that can span well beyond the project’s end


The CHARTS is targeted to regional and local authorities, destination management authorities, destination agencies, tourism promotion bodies, tourism boards, tourism associations, tourism networks, cultural networks, EU institutions, international bodies and other interested stakeholders


Project Partnership consist from 13 partners of 11 countries and 10 regions in Europe


CHARTS project duration: January 2012 – December 2014