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  • Creative tourism to foster the LGBTI+ offer in Recife

    On the day of LGBTI+ Tourism, Recife City Hall launched tourist material dedicated to the segment. Undoubtedly, creative tourism is part of the offer! When choosing a destination, it is common for travelers to look not only for tourist attractions in that city but also for entertainment options that fit their profile. This has never […]

  • Pioneering training fosters the Apennines innovative tourism development

    The CreativeTourismNetwork® (CTN) had the honor to collaborate with the University of Modena (Italy), within the frame of the training Experiential tourism in the Apennines, organized by the Higher Education and Innovation School for the Sustainable Development of the Apennines – (Scuola di Alta Formazione e Innovazione per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile dell’Appennino). CTN’s director, Caroline […]

  • Creative Tourism in Minas Gerais (Brazil)

    The director of the Creative Tourism Network®, Caroline Couret, was invited by the Secretary of State for Culture and Tourism of Minas Gerais (Secult), to participate in an International Seminar on Marketing of Tourist Destinations, held last September 30th, to discuss innovative market trends that contribute to reactivate the tourism activity worldwide. The panel was […]

  • Interview with Mr. Sandiaga Uno, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia

      Indonesia has been rightly elected World’s Best Creative Destination by CreativeTourismAwards. In addition to its natural, cultural, and human assets, the innovative approach of its Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy makes it a sustainable model for destinations around the world, wishing to reinvent themselves. Mr. Sandiaga Uno, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy of […]

  • Barcelos Creative and Safe Destination !

    Barcelos is a true garden, between the ocean and green hills, situated in the Northern Western part of Portugal, owner of unique characteristics that seduce travelers looking for a different approach to tourism, one that privileges crafts and folk arts, nature and landscape or wines and gastronomy, all this surrounded by countless monuments and a […]

  • Recife (Brazil) awards its population with vaccines and incentives in creative tourism !

    Good News! The City of Recife has just launched a vaccine certificate (Passaporte Recife Vacina) to stimulate the economy, the second dose of the vaccine and the recovery of affected establishments during this period, including bars and restaurants that are part of its creative tourism itineraries. This initiative, which aims to mobilize everyone to vaccination and […]

  • CHILI: Creative tourism to highlight Gabriela Mistral’s legacy

    The Camino a Gabriela Mistral heritage route is a new paradigm for creative and orange tourism! The Creative Tourism Network®, had the honor of collaborating with the project “Innovation in the commercialization of the Camino a Gabriela Mistral route”, promoted by the Regional Government of Coquimbo through the Innovation Fund for Regional Competitiveness (FIC-R), and […]

  • Inverview with Professor Byung Hoon Jeong, Committee’s Chairperson of the Steering Committee of UNESCO Creative City Jinju

    The city of Jinju (South Korea) has recently been distinguished by UNESCO with the prestigious label of Creative City of Crafts and Folk Art. A recognition that refers to the city’s cultural richness and diversity, as well as to the involvement and brilliant management of the Steering Committee of UNESCO Creative City Jinju. From the CreativeTourismNetwork® (CTN), it […]

  • AREQUIPA joins the CreativeTourismNetwork®

    Already triply recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Creative City of Gastronomy and Learning City, AREQUIPA is the first destination in Peru in receiving the CreativeFriendlyDestination label from the CreativeTourismNetwork®. In addition to the exceptional nature of its architectural heritage, Arequipa stands out for the wealth of its intangible heritage, its art, its […]

  • Arequipa (Peru) joins the CreativeTourismNetwork®.

    Already triply recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Creative City of Gastronomy and Learning City, AREQUIPA is the first destination in Peru in receiving the CreativeFriendlyDestination label from the CreativeTourismNetwork®. In addition to the exceptional nature of its architectural heritage, Arequipa stands out for the wealth of its intangible heritage, its art, its crafts, […]

  • Interview with Massimo Bray, Tourism Councilor of Apulia (Italy)

    Land of sea, boundless hills and plains, Puglia attracts visitors for its splendid coasts (more than 800 kilometers between the Adriatic and Ionian Seas), but also for its cities of art and its picturesque historic villages, where they still live intact ancient religious traditions, its country farms surrounded by olive groves, and its products of […]