EU funded projects in BiH

Development of Tourist Itinerary for Cross Border Region between BIH and MNE

PROJECT DETAILS

Sectors Regional and territorial cooperation
EU Acquis chapters Other issues
Programme Funding Year 2008
Value €94,982
Periods of implementation 2011
Locations TREBINJE, SARAJEVO-STARI GRAD, ČAPLJINA, JABLANICA, KONJIC, STOLAC, MOSTAR

Results

In order to link people and trade goods, increase turnovers and income in the cross-border region between BiH and MNE, increase production of national products and similar activities, it was imperative to establish effective cross-border cooperation between these two countries. Therefore our TP Centers cooperated closely on mutual activities: education, trainings, visits to fairs, organization of events, maintenance of the mutual website and databases and organization of final two tourist itinerary routes. Development of the Tourist Itinerary for the Cross-Border Region included the said destinations and the route will enable TP companies and individuals from rural areas to gain, improve and practically apply knowledge and skills in tourism and farming and food sector. The itineraries were promoted in all project events and through participation if fairs, as well as the project developed web site (www.itinereri.com). Two TP centers, established in Sarajevo and in Kotor respectively, will serve as hub for TP companies and provide relevant data, information and services aimed at improvement of knowledge and skills of TP companies. Main performance parameters included number and quality of networks links and projects backed and facilitated by this Project.

SUMMARY

The project focuses on development of the Tourist Itinerary for the Cross-border Region between BiH and MNE to include the following areas BiH: Stari Grad Municipality Sarajevo, Konjic Municipality, Mostar, Stolac Municipality, Trebinje Municipality, Čapljina Municipality, Jablanica Municipality MNE: Nikšić Municipality, Herceg Novi Municipality, Kotor Municipality, Tivat Municipality This route will enable TP companies and individuals from rural areas to gain, improve and practically apply knowledge and skills in tourism and farming and food sector.

RESULTS

In order to link people and trade goods, increase turnovers and income in the cross-border region between BiH and MNE, increase production of national products and similar activities, it was imperative to establish effective cross-border cooperation between these two countries. Therefore our TP Centers cooperated closely on mutual activities: education, trainings, visits to fairs, organization of events, maintenance of the mutual website and databases and organization of final two tourist itinerary routes. Development of the Tourist Itinerary for the Cross-Border Region included the said destinations and the route will enable TP companies and individuals from rural areas to gain, improve and practically apply knowledge and skills in tourism and farming and food sector. The itineraries were promoted in all project events and through participation if fairs, as well as the project developed web site (www.itinereri.com). Two TP centers, established in Sarajevo and in Kotor respectively, will serve as hub for TP companies and provide relevant data, information and services aimed at improvement of knowledge and skills of TP companies. Main performance parameters included number and quality of networks links and projects backed and facilitated by this Project.