Bordeaux (France) and Valencia (Spain) have been selected as the winners of the EU’s 2022 European Capital of Smart Tourism competition, following a European Jury meeting in Brussels on 26 October.
Seven cities have been shortlisted for the 2022 European Capital of Smart Tourism competition
Thank you for your individual city submissions! We thank all applicants for the effort they put into applying.
300 seconds with Katarina Thorstensson | Sustainability Strategist | Göteborg & Co
Digitalisation forms an essential part of the tourism experience in this European Capital of Smart Tourism.
Review the Best Practices from cities that applied to the European Capital of Smart Tourism competitions
Today, the European Commission launched the competition for the European Capital of Smart Tourism 2022.
The City Council of Málaga, the 2020 European Capital of Smart Tourism, has launched the ‘Málaga Ciudad Segura’ programme, to reactivate tourism
The 2020 European Capitals of Smart Tourism Gothenburg and Málaga took central stage in this year’s virtual ITB Berlin NOW
´Málaga WorkBay´ aims to attract remote workers and businesses to support tourism and hospitality ecosystem.