GSTC Attends 6th International Congress on Rural Tourism in Croatia

The Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) recently attended the 6th International Congress on Rural Tourism in Croatia, where they shared their expertise and insights on sustainable tourism practices.

The Congress, held in the beautiful town of Slavonski Brod, brought together experts, policymakers, and stakeholders from around the world to discuss the latest trends and developments in rural tourism. The focus of this year’s Congress was on sustainability and how rural tourism can contribute to the economic development and preservation of rural communities.

As a leading organization in sustainable tourism, the GSTC played a key role in the Congress by providing valuable insights and best practices on how to promote sustainable tourism in rural areas. They highlighted the importance of responsible tourism practices, such as promoting cultural heritage, protecting natural resources, and supporting local communities.

The GSTC also emphasized the need for collaboration and partnerships between governments, businesses, and local communities to ensure the long-term sustainability of rural tourism. By working together, stakeholders can create a more sustainable and resilient tourism industry that benefits both the environment and local communities.

In addition to sharing their expertise, the GSTC also participated in panel discussions and workshops at the Congress, where they engaged with other experts and stakeholders to exchange ideas and experiences on sustainable tourism practices.

Overall, the 6th International Congress on Rural Tourism in Croatia was a valuable opportunity for the GSTC to showcase their commitment to promoting sustainable tourism practices and to collaborate with other stakeholders to advance the sustainable tourism agenda. By working together, we can create a more sustainable and responsible tourism industry that benefits everyone.

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