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TouRural event in Ireland!

In the framework of the “Rural Resilience and Rural Tourism Training Paths” – TouRural project (project’s number: 2022-1-SK01- KA220-VET-000085917.) we would like to invite you to an event we will organise next week in Dublin. Here are the details: 

  • When? January 24th, 2024 
  • Where? At YWCA in Dublin, 64 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin 2, County Dublin, D0 2 XC62, IRELAND 
  • What time? At 13:00 

Are you a teacher or learner interested in Rural Tourism and you would like to know more about the skills and competencies of rural tourism development as a strategy for the future of Europe? Then this TouRural event is for you. You will be able to gain more info on experiential tourism and find out if you are a green traveller.

 Rural Tourism - TouRural event in Ireland

You will explore how rural tourism is evolving in Slovakia, Poland, Italy, Austria and Ireland. You will get to know the concept of rural tourism and its different aspects and understand how experiential tourism in rural areas itineraries can be an opportunity for young resilience. You will also find out why a very important digital tool for experiential tourism is digital storytelling and story living. Creating valuable experiences with living is something memorable that the person who is involved in it will never forget. Needless to mention that the importance of local rural communities in rural tourism will be highlighted.

 Rural Tourism - TouRural event in Ireland

During the TouRural event, you will also have the chance to go through the Rural Tourism Business Guide which we previously presented on the 5th of December 2023. As a reminder, we mention again here that this Guide presents an innovative approach to enhancing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises in the tourism and agricultural sectors. It focuses on the development of a specialised training programme designed to enable these businesses to create unique and appealing tour packages, specifically tailored to rural areas. The objective is to leverage the inherent charm and potential of rural landscapes, thereby attracting a broader spectrum of tourists. The Rural Tourism Business Guide is now available in Irish, too and you can find it below:

We look forward to seeing you next week in Dublin! 

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