Activity

Message of Aristocratic Families in Central Europe

31.07.2015

The project will promote and link together the stately homes of the noble families Esterhazy, Liechtenstein and Palffy

Description: The project will promote and link together the stately homes of the noble families Esterhazy, Liechtenstein and Palffy; highlight the contribution that these families made to the development of their countries (industrialization, urbanization, etc.); network with partners to make history accessible for contemporary audiences. This will be supported by creating trip plans for visitors across the points of interest linked with the noble families and providing quality and complex tourist services at each stop on the thematic cultural routes.

Project duration: 2015 to 2016

Lead Partner: Slovak House of Centrope

Partners: National Heritage Institute, Valtice castle (CZ), Esterhazy castle (AT), The West Pannon Regional and Economic Development Nonprofit Ltd (HU)

Fund: Danube Region Project Fund

Budget: EUR 17 000

Cycling in the Centrope region

13.01.2015

The project is intended to prepare the project implementation documentation of the Eurovelo 13 cycling route

Description: The project is intended to prepare the project implementation documentation of the Eurovelo 13 cycling route of the section of Devínska nová Ves to Moravsky svätý Ján, and the Feasibility study for the vineyard cycling route between Bratislava and Trnava. On 13 January a workshop will be held at the BSR premises dealing with the setting out the vineyard cycling route at the foot of the Little Carpathians.

Project duration: 2014 to 2015

Lead partner: SHC

Partners: Bratislava Self-Governing Region (SK), Trnava Self-Governing Region (SK), Neusiedl am See (AT)

Fund: Subsidy Programme of the Ministry of Transport, Construction, and Regional Development SR (MoTCRD SR)

Budget: EUR 42,500

Vineyard cycling route

11.01.2015

Improvement of the quality of the cycling tourist and cycling transport infrastructure in the Slovak territory of the Centrope region

Description: Improvement of the quality of the cycling tourist and cycling transport infrastructure in the Slovak territory of the Centrope region. The project is intended to prepare the necessary project documentation for the subsequent building of the cycling route connecting the Cities of Bratislava and Trnava beneath the Little Carpathians mountains including a connection to the Austrian network of cycling routes.

Lead partner: SHC

Partners: Bratislava Self-Governing Region (SK), Trnava Self-Governing Region (SK), Neusiedl am See (AT)

Fund: MoTCRD SR Subsidy Programme

Budget: EUR 47,000

Agritourism (rural tourism)

07.04.2014

Support of agritourism in rural areas of the Bratislava and Trnava regions

Description: Support of agritourism in rural areas of the Bratislava and Trnava regions. The Project has been focusing in particular on the areas of local gastronomy, winemaking, folk art production, and leisure time activities in regions. An important part of the project is the networking of high-quality regional partners and producers, and the provision of their efficient cooperation ad marketing towards general public.

Project duration: 2013 to 2013

Partners: Bratislava Self-Governing Region (BSR), Trnava Self-Governing Region (TTSR)

Fund: MoTCRD SR Subsidy Programme

Budget: EUR 20,000

Centrope Capacity

02.02.2014

The project is intended to create a multilateral, binding, and sustainable framework for cooperation of local and regional authorities, bodies, enterprises, and public institutions in the Central European region

Description: The project is intended to create a multilateral, binding, and sustainable framework for cooperation of local and regional authorities, bodies, enterprises, and public institutions in the Central European region. The specific goals consist in creating a polycentric framework of cooperation that should enable all partners to work on cross-border issues jointly and more efficiently. Moreover, the project offers new tools of a more balanced territorial development as well as integrated development strategies and action plans.

Project duration: 2009 to 2012

Partners: City of Bratislava, City of Trnava, Trnava Region, Burgenland, Land Niederösterreich, City of Vienna, South Moravia Region, City of Brno, City of Györ, City of Sopron, City of Szombately, City of Eisenstadt, City of St. Pölten, Vas Region, Györ-Moson-Sopron Region, Vysočina Region

Fund: OP CE

Budget: EUR 5.2 million