The partnership is now working at setting up three European Sweets Itineraries... stay tuned!
Italian Sweets Itinerary
Scanno, Sulmona, L’Aquila, Perugia, Assisi, Silvi, Atri
Spanish Sweets Itinerary
Barcelona , Tossa de Mar, Sant Pol de Mar, Sant Andreu de Llavaneres, Madrid, Alcalà de Henares, Toledo
Portuguese Sweets Itinerary
Lisbon, Estoril, Sintra, Óbidos, Caldas da Rainha, Alcobaça, Almourol, Castelo de Vide, Marvão, Évora
Increasing tourism flows in low/medium seasons for youth in Europe
School trips are one of the things students look forward to during their school life. The experiences and memories from them are extremely durable. A school trip, with its natural dynamic environment, provides a learning opportunity that allows students to use their natural inclinations and curiosity to know more about things. It helps engage even those with short attention spans and puts the learning subject into context. The aim of this project is to develop students with skills to be travel smart. With educational trips/tours, like this sweets production trip, the students will develop into responsible tourists and benefit from a learning experience whilst travelling.
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The Director of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Portugal will present the ESI project’s results to the Press on Monday 27, at the Italian Embassy in Lisbon. @CameradiCommercioItalianaperilPortogallo For further information please contact: email@example.com
The ESI final dissemination event is currently taking place at the European Commission Representation in Madrid (Sala Europa), with the participation of Alan Vella from EASME. The project is coordinated by the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Portugal. @CameradiCommercioItalianaperilPortogallo
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The 7th and 8th of February, the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Spain in Madrid (CCIS) will host a final “European Sweet Itineraries” (ESI) meeting, a project which is co-financed by the European Union within the COSME program and coordinated by the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Portugal, in collaboration with CCIS. The project’s aim[…]
Introduction Italy has a population of more than 60 million people, and it is the fourth most populous country in Europe. About 10 percent of Italy’s population is over the age of 65. Rome, the capital city, was founded in 753 B.C. With 48.6 million tourists a year (2014), Italy is the fifth most visited[…]
We have developed European Sweets Itineraries for High-school and VET students who are interested in the tyipical products of Italy, Spain and Portugal. The educational training is designed according to the “Report about the cultural tourism of young people and the tourism offer for youth in Europe, in Portugal, Spain and Italy”, which was developed[…]
Introduction Spain, or the Kingdom Of Spain, is one of the most famous Spanish speaking countries in the world. With a king history of tradition, and even longer history of conquest and exploration, Spain contains a wide food, wine and cultural diversity with a very strong regional identites. It is a land of contrasts and[…]
Introduction The mild temperatures, 3.000 hours of sun per year and 850 kms of splendid beaches bathed by the Atlantic Ocean turn Portugal into the perfect destination for each season, a few hours from any European capital. In this country with the oldest frontiers of Europe, there is a great diversity of landscapes at short[…]
The Esi consortium had a successful mid-term meeting in Lisbon to check the project results and to prepare the test of the tours. The partners have presented the progress of the project and the itineraries in their own countries. Also the groups for the test have been presented by the Latvian partner. The consortium is[…]
The first meeting of the European Sweet Itineraries (ESI) took place on Friday 15 April in Brussels where Davinia Galea, Deputy Director and Jordi Vegas, Project Manager, represented IGCAT (International Institute of Gastronomy, Culture, Art and Tourism) as partner of the ESI project alongside 13 other partners from Italy, Latvia, Portugal and Spain. During the[…]