The Argonautica Cultural Route a good practice in Interreg Europe Cult-RInG project

The Argonautica Cultural Route features as a good practice in the Ineterreg Cult-RInG project: "Cultural Route based on Intangible Heritage: Mythology, Poetry and Visual Arts of Argonautica". A Cultural Route based on Intangible Cultural Heritage is an innovation. The Argonautica route is an excellent case for cultural tourism development & promotion.

Evidence of success

The ‘Return of the Argonauts’ Candidate Cultural Route has been presented at the Cultural Routes Training Academy of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg in June 2016. It was also presented at the 9th European Cultural Tourism Conference in Guimaraes, Portugal in September 2016. There has been a lot of interest from several countries. The result is an innovative Cultural Route Network that develops sustainable cultural tourism based on intangible heritage to be certified by the Council of Europe.

Potential for learning or transfer

The 'Return of the Argonauts' cultural route development forms a very good basis for learning about intangible cultural heritage and for transfer to other regions and cities.

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