Tourism in Balance aims to promote tourism distribution through local policies, mitigating harm, and enhancing positive impacts, fostering sustainable tourism development.
This Interreg Europe project is a collaborative effort between the cities and regions of Amsterdam, Krakow, Tallinn, Andalucia/Sevilla, Rome, and Brasov, with support and guidance from Breda University of Applied Sciences, as lead partner.
TIB's anticipated influence on these areas' tourism sectors will serve as a model for similar destinations, guiding the formulation of improved policies for tourism distribution. By focusing on sustainable and balanced tourism, the project can help to ensure that tourism is a force for good, benefiting both visitors and local communities alike.
1 March 2023 - 1 March 2026
Main collaborating partners
Amsterdam Municipality, Krakow Municipality, Metropolitan City of Rome (Città Metropolitana di Roma Capitale), Brasov Metropolitan Agency for Sustainable Development, Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Tourism, Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration and Regional Government of Andalucía.