P2 Sustainable use of common resources
2.1. Natural and cultural resources developed into sustainable tourist attractions
01.09.2015 - 30.11.2018
The goal of the project LiviHeri is to learn how to live, maintain and cherish a historical town while preserving its characteristic environment and liveability. The project builds on a joint interest based on the recognition of similarities and differences between the participating towns of Rauma (Finland), Visby (Sweden), Kuldiga and Aizpute (Latvia).
The project develops thematically joint tourist attractions based on cultural and natural resources as well as thematically and periodically joint tourist products. The participating towns will build joint platforms for communication in social media enhancing simultaneous activities, shared experiences and crowd-sourced innovations. The activities will be done via joint learning process with benchmarking visits, local activities and sharing the local skills and knowledge hand-by-hand in workshops as well as digitally in social media.
The project will produce three new joint tourist packages, two new tourist attractions and three new identification and awareness raising packages.
Partner budget: 248.500 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 186.375 EUR ERDF
Kuldiga District Council
Partner budget: 211.000 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 179.350 EUR ERDF
Starpnozaru mākslas grupa SERDE
Partner budget: 18.734 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 15.924 EUR ERDF
Turun yliopisto, Opettajankoulutuslaitos, Rauman yksikkö
Partner budget: 87.339 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 65.504 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 27.500 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 20.625 EUR ERDF
The project will produce 3 new joint tourist packages ( Bedtime stories, A cup of coffee, conservation and community, Flying fish), 2 new tourist attractions (Step in! A treasure hunt and Go under! Archaeological heritage), and 3 new identification and awareness raising packages (benchmark visits).
New tourist packages and attractions are supported by 2 hand-by-hand learning activities for craftsmen skills and artistic intervention in cultural and natural environment.
Knowledge, experiences and information shall be disseminated also by a joint publication manuscript produced during the project.