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Take it or leave it?

Expectations, frustrations and gratifications of visitors at religious heritage sites

Faith-based (heritage) tourism is a key contributor to the economy and adds to the attractiveness of cities, villages and regions. However, religious sites are visited as heritage sites rather than religious sites and visitors expect to be treated as visitors rather... Lees meer

Putting religious heritage on the map

The Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe and religious heritage tourism

Europe offers a wide variety of historic and cultural tourism itineraries crossing several regions and countries and providing a living example of the rich and impressive European common heritage. The Council of Europe launched the Cultural Routes programme in 1987,... Lees meer

De toekomst van het religieus verleden

In gesprek met Mirjam Blott

Eind 2016 stopt de Agenda Toekomst Religieus Erfgoed. Dit programma heeft zich de afgelopen jaren gericht op het verzamelen van nieuws, kennis en het aanjagen van discussie over en samenwerking op het gebied van religieus erfgoed. Ter gelegenheid van het slotsymposium... Lees meer

Religious heritage tourism in an art city

The challenge of communicating meaning

At the centre of the Italian peninsula is Tuscany, a region which every year welcomes upwards of 25 milion visitors, drawn by its nature, cuisine and – of course – its cultural heritage. Even today, in the era of global mass tourism, many people come to cities such as... Lees meer