Project Database

Innovative tourism destination management model of non-conventional tourism in Croatia (rural tourism) and Hungary (health tourism)
Project ID: HUHR/1101/2.1.3/0006
Project acronym: Health&rural tourism DM model
Project title: Innovative tourism destination management model of non-conventional tourism in Croatia (rural tourism) and Hungary (health tourism)
Project website: http://www.vguk.hr
Call: HUHR/1101
Action: 2.1.3 Joint research, development and innovation (R&D&I)
Total project budget: 225 614,78 €
EU contribution: 191 772,56 €
Project Duration 01 February 2013 − 31 May 2014
Geographical location of the project: Zala megye, Koprivničko-križevačka županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

The main project objective is to develop the model of Tourism Destination Management (TDM) for non-conventional tourism destinations and to disseminate findings of the research in the form of knowledge transfer to the current actors in the economy and to future actors in the economy who are presently university students. The activities of the project comprise a research component for developing the TDM for health tourism (Hungary) and for rural tourism destinations (Croatia), knowledge transfer to disseminate research results and a stronger co-operation of the two project partners-faculties, furthermore purchase of the necessary equipment for doing research and disseminating results.


Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Križevci College of Agriculture
Croatia, Koprivničko-križevačka županija

 

Project Partner 1

University of Pannonia
Hungary, Zala megye

 

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