Welcome to BASTIS, the Baltic Sea Heritage Tourism Information Service!
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!
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:
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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. Start the blog and subscribe to the RSS feed
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 9,914,816 times when accessed on August 11, 2020.