Pannon EGTC


Project title: SHARE - Sustainable approach to cultural Heritage for the urban Areas Requalification in Europe


Grant scheme:         Interreg Europe

Project ID:                PGI02343

Lead partner:           Sviluppumbria Spa (Italy)

Other partners:




Duration of the project:    01.01.2017-

Eligible total cost:              EUR 1,409,083.00

ERDF support:                    EUR 1,197,720.55


Of which PANNON ETT:

Total eligible costs:            EUR 121,642.00

ERDF contribution:            EUR 103,395.70

National co-financing:       EUR 12.164.20

Self-sufficiency:                  EUR 6,082.10


The aim of the project

The project aims to exchange policy experiences on cultural heritage in the urban environment in order to identify best practices and innovative methods to develop a sustainable and intelligent approach. The project targeted ways to effectively improve smart city projects by creating a smart and sustainable program for the cultural assets of urban centers.

The method of exchanging experience was based on a review of existing policy instruments, European policy outlines and best practices, and included specific research in each partner area. As a result of the project, 6 action plans were prepared.

The partners represent various public bodies, agencies and educational centers from 7 countries in Europe dealing with cultural heritage and smart cities, and are committed to effectively sharing the results of the project with local stakeholders and institutions implementing local policies, as well as providing action. monitoring of the plans during the two-year period of Phase 2 of the project.

The participation of the Hungarian partner in the project was co-financed by the Hungarian Government.

The project was successfully completed on 31 December 2020.




Duration of the project:      01/09/2021 - 31/08/2022

Eligible total cost:               EUR 370,380.70

ERDF contribution:             EUR 314,823.60


Of which PANNON ETT:

Total eligible costs:             EUR 42,300.00

ERDF contribution:              EUR 35,955.00

National co-financing:        EUR 4,230.00

Self-sufficiency:                   EUR 2,115.00


The aim of the project


SHARE 1. sought good European solutions in the field of sustainable cultural heritage protection. The pandemic has brought a drastic change in tourism, so the desire and willingness to travel has significantly decreased or changed. As we move into the post-pandemic world, the economic recovery will be long and challenging. SHARE 2 project aims to explore the impact of the pandemic on international tourism and to propose innovative management practices for heritage tourism destinations to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for cultural heritage visitors to Italy, Croatia, Spain, Hungary, Romania and the UK.

The project includes a detailed online survey of how the epidemic has changed tourism behavior and expectations, how people’s perceptions of risk have changed, how residents, domestic and foreign visitors are reacting to loosen restrictions, and how they have changed their mood to travel. The project also aims to gather existing good practices and strategies.

The participation of the Hungarian partner in the project is co-financed by the Hungarian Government.

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