On 25-27 May 2022 a session focused on cultural routes will be held in Reggio Calabria, Italy, as part of the ICOMOS Days – Territories and Cultural Tourism organised in the context of the 5th edition of New Metropolitan perspectives International Symposium.
The session aims to discuss cultural routes as a tool for innovation and tourism recovery after the recent pandemic crisis.
Specifically the European and international cultural routes were able to revise their cultural policies and organisation with respect to the proposed activities, with solutions, in some cases of great interest, showing the ability to react to the crisis and to taking this situation as an opportunity. On the other hand, the effort made by European and Italian policy in recent years towards creativity and digital innovation has contributed to the maturation of a significant turning point in the field of historical heritage and has seen the multiplication of experiences in this sense.
The Cultural Routes have been the site of interesting experiments, and this session invites managers and members of the respective Scientific Committees to share their experiences gained in recent years on the theme of resilience and the ability to adapt to rapid change, and the introduction of innovative projects and products in the activities promoted.
The New Metropolitan Perspective International Symposium 5th edition is promoted by the LaborEst, PAU Department, Università Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria, Italy, with support of the European Institute of Cultural Routes.
The full proposal can be downloaded directly from the website at
The proposals for participation are invited to be sent by following the instructions:
· the Call for Papers and its deadline, alerting it is December 17th, 2021. Download here
· the Springer template packet: click here
· the Guideline for paper submission: click here
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