Datourway project on tourism development in Danube’s riparian region is launched

Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism (MDRT) has launched in Braila (east) the Datourway Project – Transnational Strategy for Territorial Sustainable Development of the Danube’s riparian region, through supporting tourism development along the Danube Valley.

According to a MDRT release, the project is funded through the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme and numbers 16 partners from seven countries, namely Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia and Croatia. The project is run over 2009-2012 period.

The Romanian partners, taking part in the project, are MDRT, along the two units coordinated by it, the National Research-Development Institute for Construction, Urbanism and Sustainable Territorial Development “Urban – Incerc” and the National Research-Development Institute in Tourism (INCDT).
The Datourway Project is aimed at drawing up a joint strategy of the partner countries for the development of tourism along the Danube and the development of strategies and pilot projects in areas of distinct interest, having an important tourism potential.

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