Source: Vezha

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The Vinnytsia 2030 Tourism Development Strategy was developed with the support of the international technical assistance project “Partnership for Local Economic Development and Democratic Governance” (PLEDDG) which is being implemented by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and funded by Global Affairs Canada.

Since July 2019, the Strategy has been worked on by the City Marketing and Tourism Department and PLEDDG experts with the involvement of a working group of restaurateurs, hoteliers, museum workers, historians, tour operators, and more. In total, about 60 representatives of the city’s tourism sector joined the effort. They worked on the development of analysis, vision, strategic directions, new tourism products, and projects. Also, the list of project ideas could be expanded by Vinnytsia residents themselves in the course of an open call and a tourist hackathon.

The tourism development strategy of Vinnytsia is aimed at improving the living conditions of both city residents and guests, tourists, and investors by improving the business and investment climate, cultural attractiveness, quality of the urban environment, and the system of market and non-market services.

In particular, in 2030, Vinnytsia, according to the vision set out in the Strategy, should become a center of leisure and business tourism on the shores of the Southern Buh River with preserved historical authenticity, developed land and air travel networks, convenient and safe tourist infrastructure, year-round and diverse stay program that combines modernity with the intercultural past and allows visitors with different financial opportunities to enjoy the city and its surroundings.

You can read more about the draft Strategy here.

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