The Cooperation Network of the Routes of the Emperor Charles V participates in a series of European projects that open up new opportunities for its partners
The Emperor Charles V Routes Cooperation Network is involved in four European projects. Four projects that allow its partners to acquire skills and knowledge for their development in different areas.
Our network of routes, as a European cultural route recognised by the Council of Europe, participates in four projects that offer its partners the opportunity to develop and acquire knowledge in different fields of action.
Let’s cook our heritage, let’s cook our future
The first of these (Erasmus+ KA105) is Let’s cook our heritage, let’s cook our future and facilitates the exchange of workers in the field of youth, culture and tourism, as well as good practices; training on experiences in traditional and cultural gastronomy, as an engine for tourism and economic growth of rural territories in different parts of Europe; it values the gastronomy of the cooperation network; and allows the implementation of some of these successful good practices in the countries of origin.
Circular cultural tourism
As with the previous course, it is part of the Erasmus+ KA105 initiative, and aims to promote the exchange of workers in the field of youth, culture and tourism. This initiative is based on how to carry out tourism activities in their territories that promote culture and the preservation of tourism by applying the principles of the circular economy; how to turn tourism into a more sustainable activity that creates the least possible environmental impact. It includes the exchange of good practices and how to implement some of these successful good practices in the countries of origin.
This project, called Creative Europe: European cultural routes as key players in the promotion of European cultural heritage, has a budget of 279,990 euros and runs from 2 November to 27 October 2022 (in Spain, from 11 to 15 October in the Comarca de la Vera, and from 8 to 12 November in Barcelona).
Fab Routes Project
The Fab Routes project (Competences for Promoting Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe) aims to contribute to the improvement of cultural routes by designing a new training methodology to improve the competences and knowledge of the members of the cultural routes; and to develop a new strategy model that can better integrate the activities of European cultural routes within the system of cultural and tourism services.