The card allows holders to taste excellent food from Romania, different olive oils from Slovenia and even walk in the footsteps of French Emperor Napoleon in the Croatian city of Dubrovnik, among many more fun activities. It was launched this week in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, and Romania.
The card is a result of a partnership that spans over 25 years with the Council of Europe, the EYCA's oldest and most steadfast partner. The Council of Europe has consistently supported the development of the European Youth Card as a tool for youth policy across Europe.
The card will be disseminated for free to young people to promote Cultural Routes in the Danube Region and the multitude of cultural offers linked to them.