This is the story of how the arrival of the three wise men and a horse fair turned the Castile waterway in Spain into a visitor hotspot.
A sad story with a happy ending
Once upon a time, the waterway in Castilla de Leon was unappreciated. Locals didn’t like it and only a few tourists bothered to visit. The municipality, however, was determined to turn things around.
What did they do?
Most people love a good holiday festival; decorations are everywhere, food and drinks abound, and the atmosphere is filled with glee.
So the municipality organised two annual festivals – one around Christmas time – to revive the waterway and enhance the local economy.
What was the result?
You guessed it! Every year, the festivals are visited by thousands of people; local and tourist alike. Everyone keeps coming back for more.
Development of a new phone App for improving tourism mobility in Funchal
ThreeT project is holding its 2nd Study Visit on 22-24 May 2019 in Vas County, Hungary.
We are working with regional stakeholders to protect peri-urban open spaces. The 1st meeting was organized in Bilbao, by the University of Basque Country.
COLOR CIRCLE's 1st Interregional Learning Event will take place in Leeuwarden in the Netherlands, from February 4 to February 5, 2020.
COCOON supports the organisation of the Fifth Enhanced Landfill Mining Symposium (ELFM V)
The CHERISH Steering Committee meeting will be the midterm review of Phase 1