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Analysis and development of cycling tourism along the Danube.

Analysis and development of cycling tourism along the Danube.

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    • Cycling tourism along the Danube – the (road)way is the aim?
      Donau Schiff- und Wandertagung
      2. December 2010.
      PéterDalos
    • Remark
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    • National LandUse Framework Plan
      EuroVelo6 - river Danube
      Slovakia
      EuroVelo11 - river Tisza
      Serbia
      Croatia
    • Core regions
      • Proposedshortterm (1-3 years) development:
      • Balaton
      • Fertő-tó
      • Dunakanyar
      • Tisza-tó
      • More coreregionsareto be developedontheregionallevel
    • Target groups of cycling tourism
      Cycling tourist
      Expanding target group
      Short-term cycling tourist (1-3 nights)
      Tourist target groups
      One-day cycling tourist
      Base groups
      Cyclists around the recreational surrounding of residency
      "Utility cyclists" (not recreational or tourist)
      Extending target group
      Not (yet) cyclist
    • „Who are they and what do they want?”
    • …what is the aim indeed?
    • Toolbox – „hard” infrastructure
      • Extending and developingthenationalcycle-pathnetwork
      • Local and regionalconnectionstothenationalnetworkand main dastinations (Velencei-tó, Csepel-sziget, etc.)
      • Cyclist-friendlytransport policy - bikeabletransportnetwork (notonlycycletracks…)
      • Increasedquality of roads, accessibility
      • Signpostingsystems (unifiedcontent and design)
      • Monitoring
      • Organizationaldevelopment of operation and maintenance
    • Toolbox – „soft” infrastructure
      • Service development
      • Connection of attractions, cyclist-friendly (thematic) routes, complex packages
      • Development of basic services (cycle parking, rest areas) along routes
      • Repair shops and bike rent services
      • Cyclist-friendly accomodation and restaurants, events
      • Public transportation connections, bicycle transport on board (rail, ship)
      • Connection to other forms of tourism (complex product packages, joint marketing, informationmanagement; thematic routes, development of cooperation)
      • Informtionmanagement (online, uptodate maps, tourist routes)
      • Professional marketing (specific micro-regional offers and positioning )
    • Toolbox - marketing
      • Professional marketing
      • Specific micro-regional offers
      • Positioning of regions
    • The future of cycling
    • Questions
      kerekpar@cowi.hu