L’Union européenne développe des modèles de tourisme durables uniques, qui valorisent la culture, les traditions et la nature et promeuvent les beautés de la région des Balkans occidentaux. Elle contribue ainsi à favoriser le développement économique, à générer des revenus et des emplois et à renforcer la coopération transfrontière entre les plus beaux sites de la région.
By developing unique and sustainable tourism models based on natural, traditional and cultural values and promoting the best features of the Western Balkans, the European Union helps boost economic development, generate income and jobs and increase cross-border cooperation in the region’s most beautiful corners.
The Cultural Routes programme was launched by the Council of Europe in 1987 with the Declaration of Santiago de Compostela. The Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe are an invitation to travel and to discover the rich and diverse heritage of Europe by bringing people and places together in networks of shared history and heritage.
"Elizabeth of Bosnia" is the artistic fashion show presenting a new collection of the well-known BiH designer Adnan Hajrulahović HAAD. The collection consists of designer clothing inspired by the queen Elizabeth of Bosnia and her time, but also synchronized with a modern age, while the stylistic figure, colour and texture remain consistent with her time.
The conference gathered representatives of BiH cultural and tourist organisations and institutions, and featured experts from the EU, who presented the latest developments in the field of cultural tourism and the possibilities for promotion of the cultural heritage of the region.
The exhibition represents artworks of Serbian as well as foreign artists from different epochs, painted in different techniques and collected with the intention of making the viewer think about the phenomena and values, on which the European civilization was built.
The European Union continues to build inter-community trust to promote peace, stability and development in Kosovo, expanding to the second phase its project which supports inclusive cultural heritage preservation.