With the remarkable variety of cultural heritage across Europe, the onset of globalisation offers significant opportunities for economic growth. A large part of that heritage is represented in the collections of European museums, which draw tourists from across Europe and around the world. The huge influx of tourists that museums attract is one of their most important contributions to local economies, and is becoming a growing industry in Europe at large.
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Recent News in Cultural Tourism
Study from Spain shows long-term effects of science museums News, Audience Development, Museums as Social Agents, Cultural Tourism, Urban Development, Learning
01.08.2016 | A study conducted in six Spanish cities with nine scientific cultural initiatives found that they have positive long-term effects for the visitors and the cities hosting them.
Rising visitor numbers at Italian museums News, Cultural Tourism, Museums as Social Agents, Audience Development
29.07.2016 | The number of museum visits in the first four months of 2016 increased by 1 million compared to the same period of the previous year.
Call for Applications: European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage and Europa Nostra Awards 2017 News, EU Culture Policy, Urban Development, Projects & Calls, Learning, Museums as Social Agents, Cultural Tourism
20.06.2016 | The European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards recognise outstanding heritage achievements in Europe by architects, heritage experts or craftsmen, teachers, volunteers or even schools.
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