Tag: cultural tourism

INCULTUM meets the beautiful territory of Bibracte-Morvan

  End of April 2022, INCULTUM partners Promoter and Bibracte met to discuss about the work ongoing in the Pilot 6 Ancient paths in the future. Morvan is a medium mountain range located in the western part of the administrative region … Continue reading


INCULTUM at the RURITAGE final event in Paris

INCULTUM was invited to take part as a guest of the public session of RURITAGE Final Conference, that takes place in June at the UNESCO HeadQuarters in Paris. The programme of the 2-days event includes various session and particularly during … Continue reading


Presenting INCULTUM in scientific conference on sustainable education

images courtesy of Elena Correa Jiménez. On 27 April, the project coordinator’s team at University of Granada presented the paper: “From the School to the balate: Education as a tool for the recovery of cultural landscapes” at the Scientific Conference … Continue reading


INCULTUM Pilot in Portugal presented at Taller de Arquitectura Iberia Sur

Professors Desidério Batista of University of Algarve delivers a presentation in a seminar at Taller de Arquitectura Iberia Sur on May 13, 2022 with the lecture: “Recreation farms as one of the most recognizable features of the landscape in Portugal. … Continue reading


INCULTUM second project meeting

img: Falk2 CC BY-SA 4.0 Wikimedia commons. On 2 and 3 June 2022, the second general assembly of INCULTUM partners is happily going to be an old-fashion style project meeting, finally held in person after many months of telcos and … Continue reading


RURITAGE Summer School dedicated to heritage-based regeneration at regional level

The 3-days Summer School, arranged within RURITAGE project by Savonia University of Applied Science, will be delivered in presence at the Savonia University (UAS), Kuopio Finland on 9-13 May 2022. It will include both lectures, study visits and interactive workshops … Continue reading


Meeting with local tour guides, Vjosa valley, Albania

text and images by Egla Serjani, CeRPHAAL At the core of the INCULTUM project are local communities and stakeholders, as the main protagonist, able to improve cultural tourism in the chosen Pilot areas. In the Upper Vjosa valley, amongst the … Continue reading


Advanced Spatio-Temporal analysis, doctoral course

In the framework of INCULTUM project, the Uppsala University team in collaboration with Copenhagen Business School is organizing a doctoral course to run in April, May and September 2022. The course is taking place partly online and partly in hybrid … Continue reading


INCULTUM Pilot: meeting with stakeholders in Sweden

text and images courtesy of dr. Sabine Gebert Persson, Associatate professor Uppsala University On April 4, 2022 a total of 18 individuals representing different stakeholders gathered in Torsö (Sweden) to listen to and discuss data collected during the summer of … Continue reading


Newly released RURITAGE “Travelling Voices” book

  INCULTUM and RURITAGE projects have in common a keen focus on empowering marginal and rural areas in the promotion of their cultural and natural heritage, which not only needs to be safeguarded but also leveraged for communities-driven sustainable development. … Continue reading