- Brussels, Belgium
- Pieejams tiešraides straumējums
- Charlemagne building of the European Commission170 rue de la Loi, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
- English, French, German, Spanish, Italian
After five years, the European Tourism Day returned on 5 May 2023.
Since 2018, several challenges have confronted the EU tourism ecosystem, but it now has the tools to look forward towards 2030.
After a long and intense co-creation process, we published the transition pathway for tourism in February 2022 and it was used as a basis for the European Tourism Agenda 2030, adopted by the Council last December.
On the occasion of European tourism Day 2023, the European Commission organised
- an opening discussion between Commissioner for Internal Market, Thierry Breton and the Chairwoman of the Transport and Tourism Committee of the European Parliament, Karima Delli
- an orientation debate to discuss the resilience of the ecosystem
- three roundtables, each focusing on different important aspects such as the twin transition and upskilling the workforce in the EU tourism ecosystem
More than 450 people registered to attend the event onsite and many more followed online.
Please see the pictures, video recording and several speaker presentations below.
- Full European Tourism Day recorded video livestream (5 May 2023, 9:00 - 18:00)
- European Tourism Day photo album
- Transition pathway for tourism - State of progress (2 MB)
- Round table Digital transition - Austria National Tourist Office (895 KB)
- Round table Digital transition – Arctur (726 KB)
- Round table Green transition DG Environment (1 MB)
- Round table Green transition - Lapland, Finland (302 KB)
- Round table Green transition Hotel Romantic, Lithuania (1 MB)
- Round table Green transition – EcoMarine Malta (2 MB)
- Round table Skills - Large-scale skills partnership in tourism (891 KB)
- Round table Skills - JPP project (811 KB)
- Round table Skills – TuoMuseo (2 MB)