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Tourism without borders - joint development of visitors info centres in Nagyatád and Križevci
Project ID: HUHR/1101/1.2.2/2020
Project acronym: ViNaK
Project title: Tourism without borders - joint development of visitors info centres in Nagyatád and Križevci
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Call: HUHR/1101
Action: 1.2.2 Development of infrastructure for active and ecotourism: visitor centres, forest schools, water sport infrastructure, bicycle routes, trekking-hiking paths, rentals
Total project budget: 1 173 345,00 €
EU contribution: 997 343,25 €
Project Duration 01 February 2013 − 30 September 2014
Geographical location of the project: Somogy megye, Koprivničko-križevačka županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

The main aim of the project having one of the longest partnerships in the Hungarian-Croatian cross-border area is the development of tourism supporting physical infrastructure, concretely the reconstruction of two buildings, one in Križevci and one in Nagyatád, and their transformation into visitors' centres that offer information to tourists, organise versatile programmes and support cross-border tourism activities in the region. The centres will be constructed based on a joint branding concept and a document on development needs, determining the services and programmes that the visitors' centres will be offering to tourists.


Lead Beneficiary

Town Krizevci
Croatia, Koprivničko-križevačka županija


Project Partner 1

Self-government of Nagyatád Town
Hungary, Somogy megye



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