Topic: cultural tourism

2022 review and 2023 outlook for Bibracte pilot project at the General Assembly of the Grand Site de France Bibracte – Morvan des Sommets

Text Flore Coppin, picture courtesy of Bibracte. On 14 December 2022, Bibracte organised the end-of-year meeting of the 12 village communities involved in the Grand Site de France label. More than 30 participants attended this meeting in the village of … Continue reading


Submissions open for INCULTUM special session at ESRA congress 2023

From 28-08 to 01-09 in Alicante takes place the important ERSA congress, focused this year on “Urban challenges and sustainable technological revolution“.  It is a very large gathering with hundreds of participants and a rich programme of sessions on various … Continue reading


INCULTUM Coffee Talk: Cultural heritage tourism websites

One challenge identified in INCULTUM project is linked to the need of creating synergies among the various partners in the large consortium, who have a lot of commonalities and differences and who need to detect development trajectories for capacity building … Continue reading


The project for recovery of the Aynadamar irrigation channel in Granada continues

text and images courtesy of Elena Correa Jiménez (University of Granada). From the Biocultural Archaeology Laboratory (MEMOLab) of the University of Granada, directed by Dr. José María Martín Civantos, we are carrying out the participatory project “Recovering the Aynadamar irrigation … Continue reading


INCULTUM Pilots meet to share about their progress

In order to keep the pace of Pilots’ progress in the various areas and activities, a series of online networking meetings was organized on 9-10-11 January 2023. The Pilots have a lot of commonalities and differences, and often share challenges … Continue reading


Midterm reporting for INCULTUM Pilots: progress and innovation

It is now available in the project’s website the recently released D5.1 Intermediate Pilots report, a condesed document which summarizes the work done by each of the 10 Pilot cases in the INCULTUM project. Albeit with (sometimes big) differences and … Continue reading


Be.CULTOUR and INCULTUM establish collaboration

The EU-funded Be.CULTOUR project recently establised a cooperation agreement with INCULTUM, aiming at cross-dissemination, knowledge exchange and other common actions in the area of sustainable cultural tourism. Be.CULTOUR stands for “Beyond CULtural TOURism: heritage innovation networks as drivers of Europeanisation towards … Continue reading


RURALIZATION launches a MOOC, starting 1 March 2023

RURALIZATION is a EU-funded project aiming at developing forward-looking policies fulfilling the ‘future dreams’ of new rural generations and foster sustainable development of rural and marginal areas. In this light, RURALIZATION and INCULTUM recently established a cooperation agreement for cross-dissemination … Continue reading


Be.CULTOUR webinar series in 2023 – first event on 24/2/2023

The Be.CULTOUR project, focused on enhancing enhancing cultural heritage and landscape values for sustainable cultural tourism, is launching a new series of webinars to boost peer learning among its Community of Interest and other followers. Various experts and on-field stakeholders will be … Continue reading


Locating Consumption: Spatiotemporal Methods Advancing Tourism Behavior Research

Upcoming in mid-2024, a special issue is organized in the Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, in line with the scope of INCULTUM project and as part of the Swedish Pilot team and our collaboration network “MBT- Mapping the Beaten … Continue reading