The transfer of evidenced-based good practice is the accepted way to spend public funds, decide upon investments, and to ensure improved business performance, as well as save on time, costs and duplication. By following good practice examples, tourism businesses, tour operators or destinations can improve their social, environmental, cultural and economic performance with innovative measures and thus contribute to economic competitivity and sustainable development in their regions. Tourism2030 shows an Atlas of Excellence with finalists and winners of awards and detailed descriptions of best practices in European destinations.

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