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    • Work Session
        A future for multi-destination travelto Europe  
      San Francisco, oct. 25th 2010
    • Program of thismorningwork session
      8.15-9.00. Upper Rhine Valley
      Philippe Choukroun, Director of Alsace Tourist Board
      9.00-9.30. National Tourist Offices Belgium/Germany/Netherlands/Switzerland
      • 9.30-10.20 . Questions & Answers-debate
      • 10.15-10.20 . Wise words and conclusion ,
      Harry Dalgaard, President of Avanti Destinations.
    • Philippe ChoukrounDirector, Alsace TouristBoard San Francisco, oct. 25, 2010
      Project leader:
    • Did you say U.S.P. ?
    • Three countries – one destination
      Due to its location at the heart
      of Europe, the tri-national
      metropolitan region is easily
      accessible and embodies European
      unity like no other region.
    • European Parliament, Strasbourg
      Heritage
    • Palatinate
      Alsace
      Black Forest
      Region Basel
      North West Switzerland
      Upper Rhine Valley
      • Surface area: 21,518 km²
      • Population: 5.8M
      • Overnight stays: > 17M
      Tuscany benchmark
      • Surface area: 22,990 km²
      • Population: 3.6M
      • Overnight stays: 19.7M
    • Palatinate
      0.9M roomnights
      including 0.037M foreign visitors
      Alsace
      5.8M roomnights
      including 2.2M foreign visitors
      Strasbourg: 2M
      Colmar: 0.6M
      Mulhouse: 0.6M
      Number of visitors
      Strasbourg by boat: 0.74M
      Haut-Koenigsbourg: 0.5M
      Ecomusée: 0.35M
      Mulhouse Zoo: 0.33M
      Unterlinden Museum: 0.24M
      Car Museum: 0.19M
      Region Basel
      North-Western Switzerland
      2.43M roomnights
      Including 1.1M foreignvisitors
      Basel city: 1M
      Basel countryside: 0.25M
      Number of visitors
      Basel Museums: 1.65M
      Basel Zoo: 1.7M
      Rhine Falls: 1.4M
      Basel Theatre: 0.18M
      Augusta Raurica: 0.14M
      Roomnights and visitors
      Black Forest
      8.6M roomnights
      including 1.7M foreignvisitors
      Karlsruhe: 0.8M
      Baden-Baden: 0.8M
      Freiburg: 1.2M
      Number of visitors
      Europa Park: 4M
      Caracalla Spa / Friedrichsbad Baden-Baden: 0.62M
      Baden-Baden Casino: 0.2M
      Steinwasen-Park: 0.3M
      Karlsruhe Theatre: 0.3M
      Freiburg Theatre: 0.23M
      Festpielhaus Baden-Baden: 0.2M
    • Accessibility
      NEW !
       FromDecember 2011 :
      New TGV services from Frankfurt, Germany to Marseille via Strasbourg and Mulhouse.
    • Main Attractions covered by the
      Upper Rhine Valley Project
      Heritage and greatcities
      Wines and Gastronomy « Art de Vivre »
      Arts and Culture
      Events and Traditions
      Nature
    • Project content
      • Joint destination marketing overseas markets
      • Cross-border cooperation in training and innovation
    • Marketing projects
      Actions
      • Travel Agent Event in Montreal, Canada
      • SpecialUpper Rhine Valley Day at the Shanghai World Expo in September 2010
      • Sales Guide and websitewith suggestion of itineraries (under construction)
      • Media and TO Workshops
      in Japan, USA…
    • Training and innovation projects
      Actions
      • Best Practice groups
      • Launching of a masters degree in cross border productdevelopment
      • Set up a network of tourism service providers in the 3 border countries
      • Exchange programs for employees, trainees,
      and interns in the Upper Rhine Valley
    • PRODUCTS DEVELOPED,
      a few examples…
    • Gastronomy and Wines
      Rhine Cruise : June through September 2011 :
       3 countries, 3 Chefs
    • Strasbourg quay
      Heritage
    • “ Weidling Bridge ”, Basel
      Heritage
    • “ Neuf-Brisach”, France
      “ Breisach”, Germany
      Strasbourg quay
    • “ Petite Venise ”, Colmar
      Heritage
    • Wine and Culture
       2 nights in Alsace, France
       2 nights in Baden, Germany
      Ex : The French-German Wine Rally in Obernai, France
      and Sasbachwalden, Germany
    • Arts and Culture
      . Upper Rhine Museum Pass :
       190 museums over the 3 countries
    • Karlsruhe Palace
      Heritage
    • Laufenburg, Aargau
      Heritage
    • “ Ecomusée ”, Alsace
      Heritage
    • Freiburg Cathedral
      Heritage
    • “ Haut-Koenigsbourg ” castle, Alsace
      Heritage
    • Theater Basel
      Arts & Culture
    • “ Festspielhaus ”, Baden-Baden
      Arts & Culture
    • Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden
      Arts & Culture
    • Museum Tinguely, Basel
      Arts & Culture
    • “ Cité de l’Automobile ”, Mulhouse
      Arts & Culture
    • Augustinermuseum, Freiburg
      Arts & Culture
    • Christmas Market, Freiburg
      Events & Traditions
    • Black Forest carnivals
      Events & Traditions
    • Christmas Market, Basel
      Events & Traditions
    • Events & Traditions
    • Christmas
      in Alsace
      Events & Traditions
    • Budget over the project lifetime
      • Project lifetime from may 1, 2009 to April 30, 2012
      • Total budget of about 2 000 000 euros
      • EU subsidy for about 50% of the total budget
      • Remaining 50% funded by the project's partners
      Transcending borders
      with every project
      Project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund - ERDF.Project co-financed by the EU
    • Thank you for your attention
      and Welcome to the :
      Copyrights : © Südliche Weinstraße e.V. - © CRTA/ List - © Basel Tourismus - © Baden-Baden Kur- & Tourismus GmbH - © FWTM/ Schoenen - © CRTA - © STG - © STG/ Achim Mende - © CRTA/ Meyer - © CRTA/ Zvardon - © KMK - © STG/ Christoph Eberle - © OTC Mulhouse et sa région/ Thomas Itty
      Dagré Communication - Strasbourg
    • National Tourist Offices
      Belgium
      Annette Choynacki
      Director Belgian tourist office USA and Canada
    • National Tourist Offices
      Germany
      George N. Vella
      Head of Sales North America
      German National Tourist Office
    • National Tourist Offices
      Netherlands
      Conrad van Tiggelen
      Director, North AmericaNetherlands Board of Tourism and Conventions
    • National Tourist Offices
      Switzerland
      Alex Herrmann
      Director North America
      Switzerland Tourism
    • Questions & Answers-debate
      Multi-destination travels and niche travels markets (cruises, wine tour, historical tours, active holidays, arts and culture…)?
    • Questions & Answers-debate
      Travelers special needs or wishes in multi-destination travel ?
    • Questions & Answers-debate
      Multi-destination travel : an individual or small groups segment?
    • Questions & Answers-debate
      Tour-Operators+Country+Regions+Producers
      how to work together?
    • Questions & Answers-debate
      Future of multi-destination travel ?
    • Wise words and conclusions
      Harry Dalgaard
      President of Avanti Destinations
    • Thank you for your attention and participation.