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Neamţ Land, European Destination of Excellence

6 March 2019 No Comment

Neamţ Land, European Destination of Excellence and one of the most popular EDEN destinations on social networks




Neamţ Land, which became member of the EDEN Network (European Destinations of Excellence) in 2018, will host the 13th EDEN Network Meeting to be held on April 10-12, 2019 in Piatra Neamţ, during the exercise of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Within the time frame considered, 8 meetings including various themes on tourism related issues will be organized in several places in the country.

A recent statistical analysis conducted by European Best Destinations reveals that Neamţ Land is one of the most popular EDEN destinations on social networks with more than 32,000 followers. Also, Neamţ Land is one popular tourist destination on the European Best Destinations platform, the most visited website for tourism in Europe. You can access Neamţ Land page at: https://www.europeanbestdestinations.com/destinations/eden/neamt-county/

Video: Neamț County Presentation

Neamț County ranked fourth in 2008 for the theme “Tourism and local intangible heritage”, and fourth place in 2015 for the theme “Local tourism and Gastronomy” in the annual competitions organized since 2008 by the European Commission in collaboration with the EDEN Network Association.

The 13th EDEN Network Meeting will be hosted by Neamţ County in April 2019 and is expected to bring together about 100 individual participants from 27 member countries. The event aims to promote sustainable tourism, share best practices, exchange information and know-how in the field of tourism, award and promote innovative solutions for tourism development among EDEN destinations.

In addition to the conference sessions, all participants are invited to visit some of the most representative tourist attractions of Neamţ Land: The Princely Court in Piatra Neamţ, Bicaz Gorges, Vânători Neamţ Nature Park, Neamţ Monastery, “Nicolae Popa” Ethnographic Museum in Târpeşti village, Petricani commune, throughout several field trips.

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The event is co-organized by the European Commission (DG GROW and the Executive Agency EASME) in cooperation with the EDEN Network Association AISBL, the Ministry of Tourism of Romania and Neamţ County Council.

The EDEN (European Destinations of Excellence) Project was launched in 2006 by the European Commission through the Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry. The main objectives focus on developing sustainable tourism, promoting unusual or unfamiliar locations instead of standard getaways, reducing seasonality, and redirecting tourist flows towards non-traditional destinations, as well as encouraging networking among project participants.

EDEN Network aims to become one of the most important contributors to the improvement and consolidation of Europe’s image worldwide, as a mix of sustainable and high-quality tourist destinations.
Moreover, the Network seeks to become an increasingly influential and authoritative voice, recognized as such by tour operators, mass-media and tourists around the world.

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