“Light in the Dark” second partner meeting in Klaipeda

Project No. C034 From 20 to 23 May, partners from Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Åland and Sweden met in Klaipėda for the second partners’ meeting, to review the results of the surveys and plan future project activities. One of the main objectives of the meeting was to familiarize ourselves with the surveys carried out by

Recording of the webinar “”Creating an Experience of Light in Darkness””

Project No. C034 The first online seminar of the Light in the Darkness project “Creating the Light in the Darkness Experience” took place on 10th of April this year and is now available to watch on YouTube.com! Several tourism professionals shared their experiences and thoughts on the challenges and opportunities for sustainable tourism development and

Webinar “Creating “Light in the Dark” experiences” on 10th of April

Project No. C034 Join us on our first Light in the Dark webinar where we will offer inspiring examples of companies and destinations innovatively developing their region throughout the year. What is the potential in the regional and European markets? How can I attract tour operators to my region? An invited panel of destinations and

“The Light in the Dark” project is creating exciting season-extending experiences

Project No. C034 Light in the Dark is an Interreg Baltic Sea Region project aimed at developing innovative experiences to extend and create new seasons beyond the traditional summer season. The Challenge Inventory survey is conducted in all participating countries: Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. It is aimed at SME’s in the Northern Baltic

“Light in the Dark” project starts analyzing nature tourism in key markets

Project No. C034 With the support of the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme, the project “Light in the Dark”, implemented by Kurzeme Planning Region and its partners, will explore the needs, expectations, experiences and interests of nature tourists in the Baltic Sea Region countries as well as on the Kurzeme coast. The survey aims to

Light in the Dark Light in the Dark – Increasing resilience in rural and coastal tourism in the northern Baltic Sea Region by developing off-season experiences

Project No.:C034 PROJECT GOALS: The off-season period; fall, winter and spring in the northern Baltic Sea Region is dark and cold, and often without snow because of proximity to and humidity from the sea. This causes challenges for tourism and the problem is especially profound in rural and coastal areas in the northern Baltic Sea