South African Cultural Observatory

Cultural Sustainable Tourism (CST)

04 SEP 2017 - 06 SEP 2017
Category: Culture
Region: KwaZulu-Natal
Town: Thessaloniki
Cover Charge: R300
Contact Details: cst@ierek.com https://www.facebook.com/events/1686276518299711/
Booking Details: http://www.ierek.com/events/cultural-sustainable-tourism/#conference-fees

Heritage and Culture are both two important assets that should be maintained, conserved, and enhanced. Improving the life quality, living conditions, and reducing poverty will help in further preserving the cultural and natural heritage. Making such assets within reach of humanity, conveying civilizations through a powerful tool as tourism, is considered sustainability of cultural tourism development. Reaching and maintaining such objectives, would require, high standards in design & implementation of tourism policies, and conservation and preservation policies. Involving the participation of communities, in preserving, enhancing, and improving the cultural heritage for the following decades. Cultural Sustainable Tourism (CST- 2017) discusses the complex relations between Culture, and tourism, and how planners, architects, and main actors and help in conveying and spreading the right perspective of the importance and role of Cultural tourism and how to maintain it. 

Venue

Venue Name: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Street Address: Thessaloniki 541 24, Greece



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