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Time to promote BASTIS

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After the positive feedback concerning BASTIS in Tallinn and some technical issues we had to solve in the meantime, NOW is the time to start bringing BASTIS to the people it was designed for: The tourism stakeholders in the BSR dealing with culture and nature tourism.

It would be great if all readers of this blog could spread the news in their networks, that BASTIS is up and running.
The link is: and here is some teaser text which you might find helpful to use (in parts or in total):

BASTIS, the Baltic Sea Heritage Tourism Information Service, is now online and running! BASTIS aims to provide everybody dealing with heritage tourism in the Baltic Sea region (e.g. SMEs, tourism authorities and associations) with tailored market information, free of charge and easy to access! Have a look at! Here you can find, well-structured and at one glance, statistics, market research results and analyses on all Baltic Sea destination countries, on the most important source markets for the Baltic Sea Region and a segmentation and analysis of different cultural and natural tourists in Europe interested in holidays in the Baltic Sea region.
You, the user, can add and update information within BASTIS – this is especially important for the section about heritage sites: If you are a heritage site within the Baltic Sea region, it would be great if you could include your site in BASTIS. To get started please have a look at the help section and if there are questions please feel always free to contact the N.I.T.
In the next developing step of BASTIS the focus will be to make the information of different destinations, source markets, segments and heritage sites comparable at one glance. Especially, the benchmarking of heritage sites will be made possible.
To receive all news about the progress of BASTIS please follow the blog by clicking on “follow blog” in the blog section of BASTIS.
BASTIS is part of the Agora 2.0 project, part-financed by the EU within the Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013. It is hosted by the BTC (Baltic Sea Tourism Commission) and was conceptualized by the N.I.T. (Institute for Tourism Research in Northern Europe).

THANK YOU very much for your help!