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Guide on EU funding for tourism

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This online guide highlights the wide range of funding programmes financed by the new budget, Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027, and Next Generation EU. With these resources and this guide, we're supporting the move towards a more digital, sustainable and inclusive EU.

The guide will help you find appropriate funding. It contains links to relevant EU programme websites with the latest developments (such as annual work programmes or call for proposals) and further details per programme. For inspiration, you can also see concrete project examples funded by previous EU programmes.

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Creative Europe is the European Union's programme for support to the cultural and creative sectors, including the audio-visual sector.

With a planned overall budget of €7.5 billion (in current prices), the Digital Europe Programme will shape and support the digital transformation of Europe’s society and economy, with the ultimate goal of supporting the strategic autonomy of the EU single market.

Tourism organisations wanting to participate in Erasmus+ may engage in a number of development and networking activities in the fields of academic and vocational training, schools, adult learning, youth and European sport events.

Many rural areas in the European Union suffer from structural problems such as a lack of attractive employment opportunities, skill shortages, under-investment in connectivity, infrastructures and essential services, as well as youth drain.

To strengthen the environmental, socioeconomic sustainability and resilience of tourism in the long term, regions and countries are encouraged to help transform the sector by learning from innovative solutions. Investments in tourism are possible through all 5 policy objectives supported by the ERDF

The ESF+ is a key financial instrument in implementing the European Pillar of Social Rights, supporting jobs and skills, and creating a fair and socially inclusive society. It provides much -needed resources to EU countries for the recovery of our societies and economies after the coronavirus crisis

Research and innovation framework programme, running from 2021-2027. It will have a budget of around € 95.5 billion for 2021-2027 (in current prices), including €5.4 billion from NextGenEU to boost the economic recovery and make the EU more resilient for the future, and €4.5 billion reinforcement.

The InvestEU programme will promote investments to strengthen tourism’s competitiveness, sustainability, and value chains. It will facilitate sustainable, innovative and digital measures, which could help reduce the sector’s climate and environmental footprint.

The Fund aims to reduce the social and economic costs resulting from the transition to an EU climate-neutral economy by supporting diversification of economic activity, creating new business opportunities and helping people adapt to a changing labour market.

Funds projects in environment and climate action. Tourism activities related to green transition can benefit from the programme. Particularly tourism projects supporting the circular economy, energy efficiency and renewable energy measures, as well as climate-neutrality may be eligible.

As a part of the NextGenerationEU, REACT-EU will provide an additional €50.6 billion (in current prices) for assistance aimed at fostering development in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and its social consequences, as well as preparing a green, digital and resilient recovery of the economy.

Centrepiece of Europe’s recovery plan, NextGenerationEU. It aims to mitigate the economic and social impact of he COVID-19 crisis and make European economies and societies more sustainable, resilient and better prepared for the challenges and opportunities of the green and digital transitions.

Aims to provide EU countries the tools to recover and repair from the Covid-19 crisis. The final objective is to make the Single Market stronger and more resilient. Annex 2 focuses on improving the competitiveness of enterprises, particularly SMEs, and supporting their access to markets.