In 2021 the fixed link will introduce a radical improvement of regional infrastructure and a large potential for tourism growth. In this perspective, a working group consisting of representatives from the five regions within the Fehmarnbelt Region, is developing a tourism strategy called Building Tourism due this summer.
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The Building Tourism projects is now entering its final phase with the production of a project catalogue of future initiatives that will revive the tourism industry in Northern German, Zealand and Skåne. These will be presented at a conference in Copenhagen on the 29th of August.
It is no longer a case of somewhere, but in between: On both sides of the Fehmarnbelt, between Hamburg and Öresund, the establishment of cooperation’s and common interests is brewing. A new Kooperationsrat will now be coordinating the interests between Hamburg and Puttgarden along the German axis. The Danish side is not to be outdone, with closer cooperation between the City of Copenhagen, the regions and the municipalities under the brand of Copenhagen under way.