San Marino and Romagna Toscana together for tourism promotion
On 10th May 2022, at the headquarters of the State Office for Tourism, the Agreement Protocol was signed between San Marino and the fifteen Municipalities of Romagna Toscana, the first Italian interregional tourism system.
The Agreement Protocol for cooperation in tourism between the Republic of San Marino and the Association for the promotion of the Municipalities of Romagna Toscana starts a new way of thinking about tourism.
The document, signed by Federico Pedini Amati (the Secretary of State for Tourism of the Republic of San Marino), the mayors of the fifteen Municipalities (Verghereto, Santa Sofia, Portico e San Benedetto, Marradi, Dovadola, Tredozio, Rocca San Casciano, Palazzuolo sul Senio, Galeata, Castrocaro Terme e Terra del Sole, Sarsina, Premilcuore, Modigliana, Firenzuola, Bagno di Romagna) and Liviana Zanetti (the president of Romagna Toscana Tourism), aims to promote in a synergic and collaborative way the respective territories, the culture, the events, the food and wine and the green paths.
Liviana Zanetti says: “The tourist products that involves two regions, Romagna and Tuscany, and which is the first Italian interregional public/private tourism system, has started a collaboration with the Republic of San Marino and now it’s preparing to present itself on the market for the economic growth of the territory.”
Encourage the creation of effective governance models, aimed at developing, coordinating and supporting the emergence of cross-border cooperation projects. Provide for the exchange of information between territories for the development of common policies in order to support the tour-operator and the hoteliers. Set up a discussion table for the sharing of new strategic guidelines. Study common instruments for the granting of aid and subsidies to companies and workers.
“These are the ambitious goals that we have set ourselves in order to give the territories the awareness of their value, beyond any regional, geographical or cultural border.”