STAR Cities learning programme ended and project partners were happy to present the result of their cooperation for a better management of river tourism in Riverside Cities during a conference held online on the morning of the 26th of November.

During this virtual conference hosted by NECSTouR, STAR Cities partnership presents a selection of good practices from the partnership and outside. Then, we discussed the future of the cooperation through the Riverside Cities network that we wish to develop in the coming years.

Relive the conference through the video recording of the event:

What future for the Riverside Cities network?

While they are starting to implement their action plans, project partners would like to open the discussion about the future of their cooperation through the Riverside Cities network that they wish to develop in the coming years. In particular, they wish to go further in the exchange of good practices regarding some specific topics and welcome new regions on board.

So far, the following project ideas have been discussed :

> What are the technical solutions to help river tourism to turn green ? How regional authorities and tourism boards can support the private sector in this important transition ? For example regarding boat cruises, soft mobility, intermodality, etc.

> How to create and valorise a Water and River Culture in Europe ? What are the (hi)stories of locals regarding the river and how it can be highlighted to be part of the destination storytelling ?

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