The policy brief provides a definition of natural heritage, cultural heritage, sustainable tourism and explores the links between them.
It demonstrates that natural and cultural heritage is a significant asset for local communities and makes an overview of European Union policies and initiatives in the field.
It also showcases how Interreg Europe projects fit into the picture by responding to challenges at the intersection of cultural and natural heritage and tourism. Among these, CD-ETA project contributes with a good practice "SEE for Me" - applying ICT solutions in museums. Thise pacrice comes from project partner FRI, Florence, Italy.
For more good practices identified by CD-ETA, you can learn here.