Rogaland fylkeskommune (Rogaland County Council)

Address: P.O. Box 130, N-4090, Stavanger, Norway Phone: +47 51 51 66 88 E.mail : firmapost@rogfk.no Web site: www.rogfk.no Contact persons: Eli Viten, e-mail: eli.viten@rogfk.no Thorsten Gøtterup, e-mail : thorsten.gotterup@rogfk.no Social media: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ungrogaland https://www.facebook.com/rogfk/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/rogalandfylke Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/company/rogaland-fylkeskommune

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Luxembourg – Ministère du Tourisme

  Address: 19-21, boulevard Royal 2449 – 2937 Luxembourg B.P. 86, Luxembourg, Luxembourg Phone: 247-84755 E.mail : Claude.halsdorf[at]cmt.etat.lu Web site: https://www.gouvernement.lu/4303759/tourisme Contact person: Claude Halsdorf

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Vidzeme Tourism Association

Address: Pils Square 1, LV-4101, C?sis, Latvia Phone: 00 371 641 22011  (office), 00 371 202 20072 (mobile) E.mail : info@vidzeme.com ; raitis.sijats@gmail.com ; janis.sijats@gmail.com Web site: http://www.vidzeme.com / Contact persons: Mr. Raitis Sij?ts Ms Anna Kup?e Purpose of the organisation: Vidzeme Tourism Association is a non-profit association that unites tourism stakeholders in the North Latvia region for regional […]

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Heritage Council of Ireland

Description French Le Heritage Council est un organisme statutaire qui propose des réglementations (politiques) et des priorités pour le patrimoine bâti, naturel et culturel irlandais. Le Council a promu une approche innovatrice de la gestion du patrimoine en Irlande à travers l’implication des communes et des autorités locales. D’autres renseignements […]

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Great Western Greenway

Contact: Address: Tourist Office, Jamers Street, Westport, Co Mayo, IRELAND Phone: 003539825739 E.mail : Brian.quinn@failteireland.ie Web site: www.greenway.ie, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greatwesterngreenway Contact persons: Brian Quinn, Client Services Manager Anna Connor, Walks Officer

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Greenways Methodology Association

Purpose of the organisation: Greenways Methodology Association (GMA) fosters operating Hungarian Greenways, supports their communication and professional work since 2008. It regularly organizes events and study trips aiming knowledge sharing in the field of eco-tourism, rural development and community building. Greenways are built by grassroot actions of local communities that […]

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Romantischer Rhein Tourismus GmbH

Purpose of organization: Responsible for the tourism marketing of the Rhine Valley between Bingen/Rüdesheim and Remagen/Unkel (120 km). Our task is to increase the tourism value; Marketing and public relations, development of products and bookable offers, creation of a regional tourism strategy. Main topics: Hiking – trails “Rheinsteig” and RheinBurgenWeg; Cycling […]

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Ministère de l’Ecologie, du Développement Durable, des Transports et du Logement (MEDDTL)

Ministère de l’Ecologie, du Développement Durable, des Transports et du Logement (MEDDTL) – Interministerial Coordinator for the development of bike use (France) Contact: Address: Bureau 9.31, Tour Voltaire, 92055 – La Défense Cedex – Paris – France Phone: 00+33 (1) 40 81 68 52 / +33660225889 E.mail: hubert.peigne@developpement-durable.gouv.fr Web: http://www.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/-Politique-du-velo,1776-.html […]

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ECO counter

  ECO counter is an innovating company that provides outdoor people counting system, bike counter, trail counter, people counters on greenways, cycle road (…) Contact details : Enrico Durbano- Marketing Director 4 rue C. Bourseul   – 22300 Lannion France tel +33.2.96.50.81.28 – www.eco-counter.com Eco-counter video gallery: Click here Address: 4 rue C. […]

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Club des Villes et Territoires Cyclables (CVTC)

  French Le Club des villes et territoires cyclables: une association de collectivités territoriales pour le développement de l’usage du vélo Le Club des villes cyclables, créé en 1989 par dix villes pionnières, regroupe aujourd’hui plus de 750 communes, parmi lesquelles les grandes agglomérations, deux départements et une région – […]

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