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'Building Tourism' SWOT Analysis
The Fehmarnbelt region has a rich and diverse touristic product that holds the potential to be one of Europe’s most attractive growth destinations for both leisure and business tourism. Not only does the region encompass three different national states, it also spans many different sub-regions, each one with its own cultural hallmarks, natural beauties and competitive business clusters. The sea is the forces that has bound it all together - from Hamburg and Lübeck , over the region’s vast and beautiful coast lines to Copenhagen and Malmö. Soon also a modern infrastructure will bind the region further together, and unfold a big potential for growth. However, there is a risk that with the new tunnel, the region will become a transit corridor rather than an attractive tourist destination in itself. This analysis shows that there are major challenges that need to be addressed for the potential growth to unfold and for the region to become Northern Europe’s most attractive tourism destination.
Ein modernes Verkehrsnetz zwischen der Öresundregion und Hamburg
This document sets out the ambitions of the STRING partners for creating a modern transport system between the Öresund region and Hamburg. IN GERMAN.
Ein neuer starker Wachstumskorridor
Short infomration on the STRING mission and priorities. In German.
En ny stark tillväxtkorridor i Nordeuropa.
Text on the STRING priorities and efforts. In Swedish.
En ny stærk vækstkorridor i Nordeuropa
Short leaflet on STRINGs prioritised areas and mission. In Danish.
Et moderne transportsystem mellem Øresundsregionen og Hamborg
This document sets out the ambitions of the STRING partners for creating a modern transport system between the Öresund region and Hamburg. IN DANISH.
Ett modernt transportsystem mellan Öresundsregionen och Hamburg
This document sets out the ambitions of the STRING partners for creating a modern transport system between the Öresund region and Hamburg. IN SWEDISH.
Fehmarnbelt Days 2014
Teaser for the Fehmarnbelt Days 2014 in Copenhagen.
Green STRING Corridor Project Outline 2012
This document sets out the purpose of, and rationale behind, the Interreg project Green STRING Corridor. This is a subproject to STRING, aiming to establish a green transport corridor through the Öresund Region to Hamburg for international goods- and person transports that will minimise utilisation of energy and CO2 emissions per traveller and per tonnes, whilst optimising accessibility and mobility.
Lübeck Declaration 2009
This document outlines the joint declaration of the STRING partners on the occasion of the International Conference ‘Building new Bridges in the South West Baltic Sea Region’ that was held in Lübeck on the 2nd and 3rd of June 2009. The declaration builds on the joint declaration that the STRING partners signed in Malmö in 2006, and states the further parameters for the joint STRING cooperation