26 October 2021

First Community Conversation

Build the community and gather needs

28 January 2022

Meetup with Mirrors and Advisors

The circular approach in cultural tourism

  • Vanessa Glindmeier - Doune Castle: An example of circular cultural tourism
  • Nancy Duxbury  - The CREATOUR project in Portugal: Creative tourism for regenerative trajectories
  • Jordi Mallarach Parés - Examples from the European religious heritage network

24 February 2022

Second Community Conversation

Insights from LWS1 and focus on the inclusion of the local communities

  • Anna Salvagio, Museo Diffuso dei 5 Sensi Sciacca Cooperativa di Comunità Identità e Bellezza 
  • Julia Calver, Saltaire Inspired

28 April 2022

Third Community Conversation

Insights from LWS2 and discussion on how to align bottom-up community plans with previous strategies

  • Giuliano Vantaggi, Veneto Region, Italy
  • Jonathans Yannick, Municipality of Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
  • Angeliki Veneti, Region of Thessaly, Greece
  • Pellervo Kokkonen, Savonlinna Development Services Ltd, Finland

8 July 2022

Fourth Community Conversation

Insights from LWS3 and discussion on how are heritage sites rethinking and promoting circular cultural tourism in the ‘post-covid’ summer?

  • Leonie Schulz, Cyngor Gwynedd Council, UK 
  • Chiara Dall’Aglio, Sviluppumbria
  • Simona Cristian, Timis County Council

9 September 2022

Study visit

Heerlen, Parkstad Limburg

Parkstad Limburg Theater

Dutch Mining Museum

How can policy support circular cultural tourism?

The project Mirrors, Pilots and partners met to discuss the sector challenges and draft policy recommendations.

  • Panel discussion: challenges and opportunities for tourism in the post-pandemic era 

  • Workshop pt.1: Circular Cultural Tourism challenges definition and solution identification

  • Workshop pt.2: Preparation of Policy Recommendations 

9 September 2022

Policy Learning Lab

In the context of

the New European Bauhaus Festival, 

Be.CULTOUR organised an event on

Energy, Beauty, Participation:

Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse as a driver of Circular Regeneration and Sustainable Regional Development


at the Mirabilia Network Conference

From the 28 to the 31 June,

Be.CULTOUR team took part in the conference

organised by Mirabilia,

the European network of UNESCO Heritage Sites

and representing 18 chambers of commerce from all

over Italy, on sustainability as an element of

competitiveness for cultural tourism

Find more here

7-8-9 September 2022

Be.CULTOUR Hackathon

 19 selected innovations joined the Be.CULTOUR Hackathon in Brussels.

Starting from the challenges identified in/by the targeted deprived, remote or over-exploited areas, the selected participants started developing circular cultural tourism services and/or products that will focus on creating attractive destinations.

Find more here