ECTN Awards 2021 – Sustainable Cultural Tourism


”Regenerating European tourism through Culture, Heritage and Creativity“ is the overiding theme of the ECTN Awards 2021. ECTN is the European Cultural Tourism Network, which is inviting FEDECRAIL to deliver a keynote address at their 2021 Annual meeting and Awards ceremony in Athens in October this year and will also highlight the heritage rail industry during the European Year of Rail 2021.

The Awards help enhance the visibility of European cultural tourism destinations, create a platform for sharing experience and knowledge, and promotes networking between destinations. The call from ECTN for nominations is an opportunity to highlight the outstanding work done in the historic rail sector and the importance to Cultural Tourism. The 2021 edition of the Awards for ‘Destination of Sustainable Cultural Tourism’ is organised by ECTN in partnership with Europa Nostra, the European Travel Commission and NECSTouR, supported by the Creative Tourism Network (CTN) and ‘Via Francigena’ Cultural Route of the Council of Europe. The deadline for nominations is 31 May 2021.


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