Despite the crises of this period, Genoa is not only strengthening its tourist attraction, but is also the leader of a network of ten European cities in the “Tourism-Friendly Cities” project. Social and environmental growth. An important role for our city in embracing and embracing more essential values in dealing with and overcoming this dramatic global stage.
The theme of the international webinar was ‘Integrating Health and Safety in a New Model for Sustainable Tourism’ (‘Integrating Health and Safety into a New Model of Sustainable Tourism’) in search of effective and innovative solutions. Representatives from the Municipal Council for Economic Tourism Development and Local Marketing, Aeroporto de Genoa Spa and Stasioni Maritime Spa also attended.
Is attractive and avant-garde instructions, adaptability to uncertainties, cooperation with local operators: I believe this should be implemented now. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person, says Councilor Laura Gaggero. Passenger safety should be a priority and can only be achieved through cooperation. The meeting acknowledged the good work done by our municipal government last summer; A commitment to allow cruise passengers to resume cruises and organize guided tours for safety. We are very proud of the results we have achieved in this area and I think it is essential to continue our joint ventures with the various partners closest to us to resume tourism. I am proud to say that in the coming months we have studied and implemented the basis for the future planning of tourism management, not only in Genoa but also in Italy.
The work of the “Tourism-Friendly Cities” project is moving in the right direction, and the European Parliament is supporting it in its forthcoming report on approved tourism in Brussels in the coming weeks – Member Carlo Fidenza. Parliamentary Transport and Tourism Commission European -. We would have liked a substantial portion of the European level recovery fund to support tourism that has been severely affected by the epidemic, but unfortunately this was not the case. For this reason, co-operative ventures between cities in different European countries will be very useful for re-launching the region.
The Genoa-led ‘Tourism-Friendly Cities’ project includes Braga (Portugal), Utrecht (Holland), Koserus (Spain), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Don Logier (Ireland), Venice (Italy) and Rovanie (Finland). (Lithuania) Krakw (Poland).