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The  basic idea of BASTIS is to provide everybody dealing with heritage  tourism in the Baltic Sea region (e.g. SMEs, tourism authorities and  associations) with useful market and benchmarking information, '''free of charge and  easy to access'''!
 
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This wiki is the heart of BASTIS.  Here you can access, share, update  and edit all relevant market  information for heritage tourism in the  Baltic Sea  region. BASTIS  is  primarily meant as a business-to-business information channel  and is  focussing on SME (Small and Medium Enterprises) in the tourism  and  heritage sector. If you are looking for personal information to plan your next trip, please have a look at our [[Travel Planning Sources]].
 
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For more information on the BASTIS project please  see  the [[bastis:About|about BASTIS page]] and observe our  [[bastis:Copyright & Legal Notice|Copyright & Legal Notice]].
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BASTIS, the Baltic Sea Heritage Tourism Information Service, is your one-stop-shop for tourism market information in the Baltic Sea Region, free of charge and easy to access! Here you find, well-structured and at one glance, tourism 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. As in Wikipedia, you, the user, can add and update information within BASTIS – this is especially important for the section about heritage sites! [http://www.bastis-tourism.info/images/5/58/Bastis-Introduction.pdf Here you can find a short presentation about BASTIS.]
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This  wiki is the  heart of BASTIS. Here you can access, share, update  and  edit all  relevant market information for heritage tourism in the  Baltic  Sea  region. To navigate the wiki, please use the navigation bar to your left or just start with the search function on the upper right of this page! The content of this wiki is structured in the following thematical sections:
* '''Destinations''' holds mostly statistical and survey based information about 10 Baltic countries as a tourism destination. Contents are e.g. the usage of accomodations, accomodation capacities, or interest in the destination
* '''Destinations''' holds mostly statistical and survey based information about 10 Baltic countries as a tourism destination. Contents are e.g. the usage of accomodations, accomodation capacities, or interest in the destination
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*'''Source Markets''' shows data on 13 selected countries relevant for the Baltic region as tourism source   markets. Available information is, besides a country proflile, the tourism demand and the traffic links into the Baltic region
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*'''Source Markets''' shows data on 13   selected countries relevant for the Baltic region as tourism source     markets. Available information is, besides a country proflile, the   tourism demand and the traffic links into the Baltic region
*'''Heritage Tourists''' shows mostly survey data on different segments of the heritage tourism demand side.
*'''Heritage Tourists''' shows mostly survey data on different segments of the heritage tourism demand side.
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*'''Heritage   Sites''' contains first hand information on many heritage sites in the Baltic region, like castles, churches,  museums, natural sites & attractions or national parks.
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*'''Heritage     Sites''' contains first hand information on many heritage sites in the Baltic region, like castles, churches,  museums, natural sites & attractions or national parks.
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'''IMPORTANT''':  To edit content, you need to have a BASTIS account  and  be logged in.  [[Special:UserLogin|Click here to get your own  BASTIS account!]]
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|rowspan="3"|<center>The map shows the '''Baltic Sea Region''', home of BASTIS.  
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<center><span style="color:#DB433D">'''BASTIS user survey:'''</span><br />
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The blog is the news center of BASTIS. Here we keep you updated with new  developments within BASTIS and point out interesting findings relevant  for heritage tourism in the Baltic Sea region. [[Blog:Read|Start the  blog and subscribe to the RSS feed]]
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The forum  is the place for discussion. Here you can ask, compliment and  criticize  the editors of BASTIS and discuss with other users about  heritage  tourism in the Baltic Sea region. [[Special:AWCforum | Start the forum!]]
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BASTIS  is part of [http://www.agora2-tourism.net/ AGORA 2.0], an  INTERREG  project dealing specifically with heritage tourism in the  Baltic  region. That's why you can find information on heritage sites and their  visitors. BASTIS also provides more general information on  tourism in  the Baltic area. It is hosted by the [http://www.balticsea.com/ Baltic  Sea Tourism Commission].<br />
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BASTIS  is part of the EU Interreg  project  [http://www.agora2-tourism.net/ AGORA 2.0], and hosted by the     [http://www.balticsea.com/ Baltic  Sea Tourism Commission]. For  more  information on the BASTIS project please  see  the    [[bastis:About|about BASTIS page]] and observe our  [[bastis:Copyright  & Legal Notice|Copyright & Legal Notice]]. BASTIS  is  primarily  meant as a business-to-business information channel  and is  focussing  on SME (Small and Medium  Enterprises) in the tourism  and  heritage  sector. If you are looking  for personal information to plan your next  trip, please have a look at  our [[Travel Planning Sources]].<br />
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{{NUMBEROFUSERS}} users provided {{NUMBEROFPAGES}} pages on BASTIS, which have been viewed {{NUMBEROFVIEWS}} times when accessed on {{CURRENTMONTHNAME}} {{CURRENTDAY}}, {{CURRENTYEAR}}.
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{{NUMBEROFUSERS}}   users provided {{NUMBEROFPAGES}} pages on BASTIS, which have been   viewed {{NUMBEROFVIEWS}} times when accessed on {{CURRENTMONTHNAME}}   {{CURRENTDAY}}, {{CURRENTYEAR}}.

Latest revision as of 08:37, 12 December 2012

Welcome to BASTIS!

BASTIS, the Baltic Sea Heritage Tourism Information Service, is your one-stop-shop for tourism market information in the Baltic Sea Region, free of charge and easy to access! Here you find, well-structured and at one glance, tourism 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. As in Wikipedia, you, the user, can add and update information within BASTIS – this is especially important for the section about heritage sites! Here you can find a short presentation about BASTIS.

Button wiki.jpg

This wiki is the heart of BASTIS. Here you can access, share, update and edit all relevant market information for heritage tourism in the Baltic Sea region. To navigate the wiki, please use the navigation bar to your left or just start with the search function on the upper right of this page! The content of this wiki is structured in the following thematical sections:

  • Destinations holds mostly statistical and survey based information about 10 Baltic countries as a tourism destination. Contents are e.g. the usage of accomodations, accomodation capacities, or interest in the destination
  • Source Markets shows data on 13 selected countries relevant for the Baltic region as tourism source markets. Available information is, besides a country proflile, the tourism demand and the traffic links into the Baltic region
  • Heritage Tourists shows mostly survey data on different segments of the heritage tourism demand side.
  • Heritage Sites contains first hand information on many heritage sites in the Baltic region, like castles, churches, museums, natural sites & attractions or national parks.

IMPORTANT: To edit content, you need to have a BASTIS account and be logged in. Click here to get your own BASTIS account!

The map shows the Baltic Sea Region, home of BASTIS.

Bsr map.gif

For more information please visit the website of the Baltic Sea Region Programme.




BASTIS user survey:

We care about what you think! Please click here and help us
with your answers

Button blog.jpg

The blog is the news center of BASTIS. Here we keep you updated with new developments within BASTIS and point out interesting findings relevant for heritage tourism in the Baltic Sea region. Start the blog and subscribe to the RSS feed

Button forum.jpg

The forum is the place for discussion. Here you can ask, compliment and criticize the editors of BASTIS and discuss with other users about heritage tourism in the Baltic Sea region. Start the forum!

BASTIS is part of the EU Interreg project AGORA 2.0, and hosted by the Baltic Sea Tourism Commission. For more information on the BASTIS project please see the about BASTIS page and observe our Copyright & Legal Notice. BASTIS is primarily meant as a business-to-business information channel and is focussing on SME (Small and Medium Enterprises) in the tourism and heritage sector. If you are looking for personal information to plan your next trip, please have a look at our Travel Planning Sources.



KEY STATISTICS: 121 users provided 600 pages on BASTIS, which have been viewed 11,045,551 times when accessed on November 1, 2020.