16 of 33 Cultural Routes are located in the Baltic Sea Region, which is composed by eight countries (Estonia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden). Find below some insights of projects carried out by the Cultural Routes:
The 7th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) took place on 18-19 October in Sofia, Bulgaria, bringing together over 900 participants from more than 30 countries.
The event focused on tourism development and preservation of cultural heritage as a precondition to economic growth and territorial cohesion. On this occasion, the Cultural Routes programme and the Routes4U Project were presented as a tool for regional development
On 12 October, a Routes4U presentation took place during the Danube Culture Platform meeting "Creating memorable experiences. An interdisciplinary journey to art and history”.
The Danube Culture Platform in an Interreg project involving partners from eight countries. It aims to explore aspects of hidden sites, give stories to visible and invisible cultural heritage and extend Cultural Routes in the Danube Region.
During the summer, we invited Instagrammers to share their photo representing the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe in the EU macro-regions.
Thanks to our partnership with Eurail.com, the four selected winners will have the chance to travel through Europe by train with an Interrail/Eurail Global Pass. Check out our Instagram to see the winning photos!