At the 3rd World Conference on Smart Destinations on 23 November, Misa Labarile, Policy Officer on Tourism from the European Commission, moderated a panel discussion on “The European Vision of Smart Tourism”.
At a Jury meeting in Brussels, Pafos was selected as 2023 European Capital of Smart Tourism.
At a Jury meeting in Brussels, Seville was selected as 2023 European Capital of Smart Tourism.
Pafos (Cyprus) and Seville (Spain) have been selected as the winners of the EU’s 2023 European Capital of Smart Tourism competition, following a European Jury meeting in Brussels on 9 November 2022.
On 19 October 2022, València, 2022 European Capital of Smart Tourism hosted its third 2022 Urban Tourism Trends Forum and put the spotlight on Cultural Heritage and Creativity.
Today the European Commission announced the 7 shortlisted cities for the 2023 European Capital of Smart Tourism title.
On the 23 – 26 June over 80 wine areas from the district of Bordeaux were presented for visitors to explore. The entire event is organised with ecology at the heart of the festival. The 2022 event is fully certified for its environmental management and has been since last year. The festival promotes
Over 50 International Journalists visited València on 13 June to see the 2022 European Capital of Smart Tourism first hand.
The application deadline for the European Capital of Smart Tourism 2023 competition is now closed.
Urban Tourism Trends València hosts 2022 European Capital of Smart Tourism Bordeaux