Cultural routes, sustainable tourism and termal sites – these are the key words of a 3-day intensive working session of Cultour+ project co-financed by Erasmus plus. It was held in Cori, a quaint small town near Rome (60 kms south) that is crossed by Francigena route. More than 10 universities were present, several international experts will give word and explain their view on the main issues and on-going debates regarding cultural management. The conference is accredited on three prestigious international academic magazines, such as Tourism & Management Studies; Tourism and Hospitality Internacional Journalism; Estudios y Perspectivas en Turismo.
Cultour + is the framework of 3-year work of analysis on tourism enterprises and their usage of digital tools, as well as an incubation transnational lab on new ideas of young entrepreneurs. Universities, SMEs, coaches, public authorities have all collaborated to create something new that will be discussed in the following programme.
The routes of the pilgrims and the territorial development in Europe – international scientific conference (part1)
*******3 November – Town-hall theatre*******
*******4 November – Town-hall theatre*******
The routes of the pilgrims and the territorial development in Europe – international scientific conference (part2)
4:00pm-4:15pm Show of Flag Weavers from Cori in Sant’Oliva square
2:00pm – Visit to Ninfa Garden [departure at 1.15pm from Cori]
9:30pm – 10:30pm – Lumina Vocis – M. Giovanni Monti
*******6 November – Museum hall*******
Thermal tourism sites in Europe and tourism – international scientific conference.
Guests of the days:
Lazio Region, Cori Municipality, European Association of Francigena Routes, European Association of Thermal Historical Cities, BIC Lazio, Roffredo Caetani Foundation, Polygonal, Complutense University of Madrid, Vigo University, European Universities of Canarias, Gazi University of Ankara, Autonomous University of Hidalgo State (Mexico), Jaén University, Ca’ Foscari – University of Venice, Macerata University, Technical University of Loja, Mugla sıtkı kocman University, Fare Edutainment, Cammino dei Dodici Association, Southern Francigena Committee, Geologic Museum of Landslides, Civita di Bagnoregio & Bagnoregio Municipality, Egypt Embassy, Saint Benedict Route, Immersive Lab, Mappi-na, Freeda, Italian Ways, Legambiente “Pisco Montano” Terracina association, Il Sentiero,Taste Roots Soc. Coop., Arkeographos, Somewhere we know, Plata Termal.
Thanking for the support:
Cori Municipality, Youth Council of Cori, Rioni Renaissance Flag Weavers from Cori Ensemble, Arcadia Association, Strada del Vino Latina, Marco Carpineti, Cincinnato, Giuseppe Milanini, Civic corps.
*******FREE ENTRY FOR THE PUBLIC*******