The meeting is hosted by Marshall's Office of Kujawsko-Pomorskie Region with a great help of many important key stakeholders. Landscape parks authorities, forest inspectorates, tourist organisations, territorial municipalities, cultural institutions, nature and culture related associations, local entrepreneurs and other key stakeholders are expected to participate in this study visit and to derive benefits from the project network.   

During the Study Visit, the following Good Practices (GPs) shall be presented and inspected:

• Bory Tucholskie project in the Labyrinths of Nature - Development of parking points, campsites along the route of the canoe trail and the construction of a bicycle path. Bory Tucholskie area was recognized by UNESCO as a model area in which harmonious economic development and touristic economy development takes place by combining uncontaminated nature with preserved material and non-material culture.

• Tourist Passport 2018 – Kujawsko-Pomorskie "zakaMARKI" Constellation of good places

The Tourist Passport has been known as an information campaign, which encourages tourists to discover new, little-known places of the region, including interesting tourist products.  

• Industrial heritage management: the thematic route of the TeH2O Water, Industry and Crafts Trail

The TeH2O Industry and Craft Water Trail is an industrial thematic trail that combines the history of fifteen places inscribed in the city space organically associated with water. The trail was created in response to the need of enhancing the management of the industrial heritage and creating innovative products of industrial heritage.

Nature tours entitled „Along the Lower Vistula Fortifications Trail“ : examples of integrated protection of cultural heritage and natural environment, including active protection of bats.