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FUNDING IN TOURISM DANIEL BLASCO INSETUR – FACULTAT DE TURISME – UDG

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dani.blasco@udg.edu


ESTRUCTURA Programes de recerca per a finanรงar projectes en turisme: ETC (European Territorial Cooperation) LIFE+ EMFF (European Maritime and Fisheries Fund) ESF (European Social Fund) ERASMUS + Creative Europe Horizon 2020 COSME

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DG REGIO: ETC (EUROPEAN TERRITORIAL COOPERATION)


ETC

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EXEMPLES DE PROJECTES FINANÇATS 2000-2013


ETC EXEMPLES DE PROJECTES FINANÇATS: •

Culture, Creative projects and Cultural Tourism. 2007-2013, 11% of ETC total budget = EUR 1.019 Millions • • •

Preserving cultural heritage landmarks, such as monuments, archaeological sites or historic buildings (tangible heritage). Cultural educational exchanges. Development and implementation of promotion activities.

BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus -2010-2014. Implementation of eGuides with cross border shared content for South Baltic Oceanographic Museums (http://en.southbaltic.eu)

The Danube Limes-UNESCO World Heritage project focused on the sustainable preservation and protection of joint Danube ‘limes’ – the frontier installations of the former Roman Empire - by nominating them for World Heritage status. The process started in Slovakia, Hungary and Austria and will eventually encompass all countries that the River Danube flows through (www.danube-limes.eu).

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ETC •

Recursos del programa: 960.000 M euros •

325.000 M: Política de Cohesió • •

316.000 M: Growth and Jobs 8.900 M: ETC: 6.600 M for Cross-border coop.; 1.800 M forTransnational coop.; 500 M for Interregional coop.

635.000 M: altres (agricultura, recerca, etc...) Co-finançament: Màxim del 85%

Partners/Regions elegibles: Local, Regional, National Public Authorities; Non-Profit Organisations; Private Enterprises; Research Institutions, Universities.

Dates de convocatòria: el nou programa 2014-2020 es publicarà a finals de 2014.

Més informació: http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/index_en.cfm

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ETC ESTRUCTURA DEL PROGRAMA 2014-2020 •

Cross-border cooperation. Eligible zones: NUTS III (províncies)

Transnational cooperation. Eligible zones: NUTS II (regions, i.e. Catalunya, etc.)

Interregional cooperation (instruments) •

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ESPON: European Observation Network for Territorial Development and Cohesion. It works with studying and predicting the development of the European territory. URBACT: exchange between Europe’s cities on integrated urban development INTERACT: It is the cooperation and exchange network for territorial cooperation programmes. INTERREG: It deals with exchange of experience and practice among regions with the view to improving CP under Ifgj Goal.

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ETC TÒPICS - REPTES

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Seasonality Sustainable and Responsible Tourism model; Business – centred approach in the overall innovation system; Labour market participation and skills; Need for better access to finance Harmonized tourism management: rules, standards, certification, and use of common statistics and indicators; CREATIVE INDUSTRIES: Conquering new markets, Sharing knowhow, Boosting the economy of cross-border regions CULTURAL HERITAGE: Promoting and Preserving cultural heritage across borders, Benefiting the regional economy CULTURAL TOURISM: Giving border regions greater visibility, Paying tribute to Europe’s cultural heritage, Promoting commercialization of local products

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DG ENVIRONMENT: LIFE +

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• LIFE is a catalyst: it provides a platform for the development and exchange of best practices and knowledge thereby improving, catalyzing and accelerating changes; • LIFE is the ideal instrument to show to regional and national authorities the benefits of investing in the environment sector and incentivizing them to develop strategic frameworks for spending.


LIFE + •

Projects promoting synergies between integrated coastal management and maritime spatial planning, demonstrating the added value of coordinating integrated coastal management and maritime spatial planning in new marine contexts, supporting the concrete implementation of sea basin strategies including implementation of relevant Union law, or connecting integrated coastal management and maritime spatial planning with the procedures for designating and managing Marine Protected Areas or Natura 2000 sites.

Projects implementing integrated and comprehensive policies for sustainable urban planning and design through innovative approaches regarding urban public transport and mobility, sustainable buildings, energy efficiency or urban biodiversity conservation.

Projects targeting invasive alien species, where these are likely to deteriorate the conservation status of species (including birds) or habitat types of Community Interest in support of the Natura 2000 network.

Projects aiming to initiate beach and sea clean-up schemes as a means to increase awareness of the impacts of marine litter, and thereby increasing awareness on issues related to the protection of the marine environment that are targeted by the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (2008/56/EC).

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EXEMPLES DE PROJECTES FINANÇATS:


LIFE + • LIFE 2014 to 2020, two sub-programmes for: LIFE Programme €3,456.7 (2014-2020)

€1,155 min €864.2

Nature & Biodiversity

(75% of LIFE budget)

Sub-programme for Environment

Environment & Resource Efficiency

Information & Governance

Climate Change Mitigation

(25% of LIFE budget)

Sub-programme for Climate Action

Climate Change Adaptation

Information & Governance

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€2,592.5

(55% of ENV Sub-progrm)


LIFE + •

Recursos del programa: 3.500 M euros. In 2014: total budget of € 404.6 million

Co-finançament: in general 60% of eligible cost in the first 4 years; 100% for capacity building

Partners elegibles: • • •

Dates de convocatòria: • •

SME, NGO, public administrations active in the field of environment and climate protection Address similar stakeholders, emphasize the same aspects, exclude the same elements. Emphasis on replicability/transferability and outcome indicators Traditional projects: publication May 2014; Submision proposal Oct 2014; Start July 2015 Integrated projects: publication May 2014; Submision concept note Oct 2014; Submision proposal April 2015; Start Sept 2015

Més informació: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/life/index.htm

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LIFE + TÒPICS - REPTES

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resource-efficient, low-carbon and climate-resilient economy; protecting and improving the environment; maintaining and improving biodiversity, ecosystems and, in particular, the Natura 2000 network improving the development, implementation and enforcement of Union environmental and climate policy and legislation integrating and mainstreaming of environmental and climate objectives into other Union policies improving environmental and climate governance the implementation of the 7th Environment Action Programme

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DG MARITIME AFFAIRES & FISHERIES: EUROPEAN MARITIME AND FISHERIES FUND

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• The "Union priorities" of the EMFF: • Promote sustainable, resource efficient, innovative, competitive and knowledge-based fisheries & aquaculture • Increase employment and territorial cohesion in coastal and inland communities depending on fishing and aquaculture • Foster implementation of Integrated Maritime Policy • Purpose: To make best use of knowledge and experience of fishermen and use this potential in Blue Growth areas such as tourism


EUROPEAN MARITIME AND FISHERIES FUND •

"Pescaturisimu": Pesca-tourism in Corsica, cooperation with local fishermen's committee

"Divaria“: Promotion of traditional fishing in western Greece

"Pays d'Auray“: creation of an ‘Oyster house’, visits to shell fish farming sites, processing companies, the auction at Quiberon, discovery routes

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EXEMPLES DE PROJECTES FINANÇATS:


EUROPEAN MARITIME AND FISHERIES FUND •

Recursos del programa: The final amounts are not known at the moment.

Co-finançament: No determinat

Partners elegibles / escala territorial: •

Dates de convocatòria: •

Finals 2014

Més informació: http://ec.europa.eu/fisheries/cfp/eff/index_en.htm

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Local actors from public, private / civil society sector, to draw up local development strategies


EUROPEAN MARITIME AND FISHERIES FUND • Estructura del programa:

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The new Fund will be used to co-finance projects, along with national funding. Each country will be allocated a share of the total Fund budget, based on the size of its fishing industry. Each country will then draw up an operational programme, saying how it intends to spend the money. Once the Commission approves this programme, it is up to the national authorities to decide which projects will be funded

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EUROPEAN MARITIME AND FISHERIES FUND TÒPICS - REPTES The new fund will:

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Enhance and capitalize on environmental assets; Develop tourism-related project, such as eco-tourism, pesca-tourism, accommodation, tourist trails, diving, etc. Address "diversification" – either to replace fishing or to provide complementary activities & income for fishermen To develop professional trainings, life-long learning and acquisition of new professional skills. Add value to local products and activities – gastronomy, food fairs / festivals etc. Promote cultural and maritime heritage of fisheries, aquaculture – refitting vessels to museum, educational fishing trips, presentations to schools, tourist groups… ‘Guardians of the sea' activities – monitoring of protected areas, guided tours in protected areas, environmental education, collection of marine litter, wildlife watching etc.

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• help fishermen / sector in transition to sustainable fishing • support coastal communities in diversifying their economies • finance projects to create new jobs, improve quality of life along European coasts • make it easier to access financing. For example: projects oriented to …


DG EMPLOYMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND INCLUSION: EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND

• It aims to provide well-targeted and policy-driven investments to deal with unemployment, skills, education and social inclusion challenges and structural reforms.

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• Set up to reduce differences in prosperity and living standards across EU Member States and regions, and therefore promoting economic and social cohesion.


EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND EXEMPLES DE PROJECTES FINANÇATS: Previously, tourism projects have resulted from measures for active labour market policies, adaptability of workers and enterprises. • • • • • • • • •

MT: training programme ‘Advance: Training Tourism Leaders’. ES: training for tourism experts, aimed at job-seekers. RO: training people in the tourism sector. PL: work placements for vocational students in the fields of tourism, construction, IT, electronics, transport and gastronomy. CY: increase skills in the tourism sector by offering training. SI: the Bosnian Cultural Association of Slovenia has received funding for a project to include ‘alternative sights’ into Ljubljana. IT: training for tour operators that covers local knowledge, foreign languages and marketing techniques. EL: training programme for jobseekers: courses in economics and management, tourism, technical professions, and logistics and transport. PT: a project to get new skills and improve chances of finding a job in the rural tourism.

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EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND •

Recursos del programa: The final amounts are not known at the moment.

Co-finançament: 50 a 85%

Partners elegibles: •

Dates de convocatòria: •

The Commission has just started receiving Operational Programmes from Member States

Més informació: http://ec.europa.eu/esf/home.jsp?langId=en

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Participació a partir dels Estats Membres (són qui defineixen les prioritats nacionals)


EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND Tテ単ICS / REPTES FUTURS

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The ESF is a key financial instrument to support the Europe 2020 Strategy targeted at improving the lives of EU citizens by giving them better skills and better job prospects. The ESF can provide indirect support to tourism sector by cofinancing employment and training interventions which have an impact on the employment situation and the level of professional qualifications.

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EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND TÒPICS / REPTES FUTURS Direct contribution to 3 targets: • • •

Employment: 75% of the 20-64 year-olds to be employed Education: Reducing the rates of early school leaving below 10% and at least 40% of 30-34–year-olds completing third level education Fighting poverty and social exclusion: at least 20 million fewer people in or at risk of poverty and social exclusion

ESF thematic objectives where tourism is mentioned: • •

Promoting sustainable and quality employment and supporting labour mobility: ES Investing in education, training, skills and lifelong learning: ES

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DG EDUCATION AND CULTURE: ERASMUS+ 2007-2013

2014-2020

Erasmus

Learning Mobility Grundtvig

Comenius Erasmus Mundus

Youth in Action

Tempus

Edulink

Erasmus+

operation

Jean Monnet Sport

Alfa

Co-

Policy support

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Leonardo


ERASMUS+ •

Recursos del programa: 14.700 M euros.

Co-finançament: maximum grants

Partners elegibles: •

Dates de convocatòria: •

Abril 2014

Més informació: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmusplus/index_en.htm

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Universitats, empreses, institucions


ERASMUS+ • Estructura del programa:

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Student mobility; Staff mobility Strategic partnership • New practices for higher quality in teaching and learning • Better use of new technologies • Stronger cooperation between fields and with the labour market Sector skills alliance: tackle skills gaps in an economic sector Knowledge alliance

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DG EDUCATION AND CULTURE: CREATIVE PROGRAMME

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European culture, cinema, television, music, literature, performing arts, heritage and related areas


CREATIVE PROGRAMME •

Recursos del programa: 1.460 M euros.

Co-finançament: 50-60 %

Partners elegibles: •

Dates de convocatòria: •

Març-maig, juny 2014

Més informació: • • •

http://ec.europa.eu/culture/creative-europe/index_en.htm http://eacea.ec.europa.eu http://ec.europa.eu/culture/creative-europe/calls/index_en.htm

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Creative Europe will provide funding for at least 250 000 artists and cultural professionals, 2 000 cinemas, 800 films and 4 500 book translations. It will also launch a new financial guarantee facility enabling small cultural and creative businesses


CREATIVE PROGRAMME • Estructura del programa:

Culture sub-programme: for cultural and creative sectors. Transnational cooperation projects Media sub-programme: for the audiovisual industries (development and distribution of European films, TV programmes ...) Cross-sectoral strand

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DG RESEARCH & INNOVATION: HORIZON2020

• A core part of Europe 2020, Innovation Union & European Research Area:

Responding to the economic crisis to invest in future jobs and growth Addressing people’s concerns about their livelihoods, safety and environment • Strengthening the EU’s global position in research, innovation and technology Fusiona els antics: The 7th Research Framework Programme (FP7), innovation aspects of Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP), EU contribution to the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

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HORIZON2020 •

Recursos del programa: 79.000 M euros.

Co-finançament: 100%

Partners elegibles: (com a regla general) • •

Dates de convocatòria: •

Obertes les convocatòries de 2014 i 2015

Més informació: • • •

http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/ Participant portal: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/home.ht ml Projectes finançats en el 7è PM: ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/ssh/docs/synopsis_ssh_projects_f p7_low_definition_with_web_links.pdf

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Pilar I: candidatures personals Pilars II i III: Mínim 3 socis (entitats) de 3 països de la UE (països associats: Islàndia, Liechtenstein, Noruega, Croàcia, Turquia i Sèrbia).


HORIZON2020

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• Estructura del programa:


HORIZON2020

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• Estructura del programa:


HORIZON2020

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HORIZON2020 El PILAR III PILAR III: • • • • • •

Importància de l’impacte de la recerca (del laboratori al mercat) Resultats ‘open access’ Multidisciplinarietat El call defineix la problemàtica, els investigadors la solució Cada call té diversos tòpics (quants n’abordem?) Deadlines: • 2014 (definitiu): 29/04 – 03/06 – 30/09 • 2015 (provisional): 07/01 – 31/03 – 21/04

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HORIZON2020 TÒPICS - REPTES PILAR III: • • • • • • •

Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials Europe in a changing world - Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies Secure societies – Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens

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HORIZON2020 TÒPICS - REPTES Europe in a changing world - Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies • • • • •

Call for Overcoming the Crisis: New Ideas, Strategies and Governance Structures for Europe (EURO) Call for the Young Generation in an Innovative, Inclusive and Sustainable Europe (YOUNG) Call for Reflective Societies: Cultural Heritage and European Identities (REFLECTIVE) Call for Europe as a Global Actor (INT) Call for New Forms of Innovation (INSO)

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HORIZON2020 TÒPICS - REPTES Call for Reflective Societies: Cultural Heritage and European Identities (REFLECTIVE) • • • • • • • • • •

REFLECTIVE-1-2014: ERA-NET on Uses of the past REFLECTIVE-2-2015: Emergence and transmission of European cultural heritage and Europeanisation REFLECTIVE-3-2015: European cohesion, regional and urban policies and the perceptions of Europe REFLECTIVE-4-2015: Cultural opposition in the former socialist countries REFLECTIVE-5-2015: The cultural heritage of war in contemporary Europe REFLECTIVE-6-2015: Innovation ecosystems of digital cultural assets REFLECTIVE-7-2014: Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European cultural assets REFLECTIVE-8-2015: Communication and dissemination platform REFLECTIVE-9-2014: Social Platform on Reflective Societies REFLECTIVE-10-2014: Mobilising the network of National Contact Points in Societal Challenge 6

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HORIZON2020 TÒPICS - REPTES Call for Europe as a Global Actor (INT)

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INT-01-2014 I 2015: Enhancing and focusing research and innovation cooperation with the Union’s key international partner countries - proposals targeting Russia and China INT-02-2014 I 2015 : Encouraging the research and innovation cooperation between the Union and selected regional partners – proposals targeting Black Sea, Middle East, Africa INT-05-2015: Rethinking the European Union crisis response mechanism in light of recent conflicts INT-06-2015: Re-invigorating the partnership between the two shores of the Mediterranean INT-07-2015: Towards a new geopolitical order in the South and East Mediterranean region INT-08-2015: The European Union and the Eastern Partnership INT-09-2015: The European Union, Turkey and its wider neighborhood: challenges and opportunities INT-10-2015: The European Union and integration challenges in the Balkans INT-11-2015: European cultural and science diplomacy: exploiting the potential of culture and science in the EU’s external relations INT-12-2015: The cultural, scientific and social dimension of EU-LAC relations

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HORIZON2020 TÒPICS - REPTES Call for New Forms of Innovation (INSO) INSO-1-2014: ICT-enabled open government INSO-1-2015: ICT-enabled open government INSO-2-2014: Understanding and supporting business model innovation INSO-3-2014: The economic impact of the Innovation Union INSO-4-2015: Innovative schemes for open innovation and science 2.0 INSO-5-2015: Social innovation Community INSO-6-2014: Platform for ICT for Learning and Inclusion INSO-7-2014: Towards joint programming under Horizon 2020 INSO-8-2014: Synchronized Call initiatives INSO-9-2015: Innovative mobile e-government applications by SMEs INSO-10-2015: SME business model innovation (2015)

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DG ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY: COSME COSME: ENHANCING EUROPEAN TOURISM’S COMPETITIVENESS AND SUSTAINABILITY • Objectius del programa:

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1. Increasing tourism demand 2. Diversifying tourism offer 3. Enhancing tourism quality, sustainability, accessibility, skills, information and innovation 4. Improving socio-economic knowledge of the sector 5. Increasing Europe's visibility as a tourist destination as well as of its diverse destinations


COSME •

Recursos del programa: 2.183 M euros.

Co-finançament: 75 %

Partners elegibles: •

Dates de convocatòria: •

Convocatòries anuals

Més informació: http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/initiatives/cosme/index_en.htm

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Governs locals, regionals i estatals, empreses, institucions…


COSME TÒPICS – CALLS 2014

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Diversifying the EU tourism offer and products – Sustainable transnational tourism products (maig) Increasing tourism flows in low/medium seasons (juny) European Destination of Excellence – Selection 2014: “Tourism and local gastronomy” (abril) Synergies between tourism, high-end and creative industries (abril) Fostering Accessible Tourism entrepreneurship and management (title TBC) (juny)

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NO EN TENIM PROU... ALTRES PROGRAMES…

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• European Agriculture and Rural Development Fund • Programa MED • JPI Cultural Heritage • Programa POCTEFA • ….


GUIDE ON EU FUNDING FOR THE TOURISM SECTOR

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Daniel Blasco Franch INSETUR – Facultat de Turisme – UdG Teléfono: 972419512 dani.blasco@udg.edu


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