Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013
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Common paths - the development of tourism attractiveness in Malbork and Svetly

Beneficiary Municipality of Malbork (Poland)

Partner Municipality of Svetly (Russia)


Total budget 962655.40 €

Programme Contribution 866389.86 €

Duration 20 months


Priority 2 - Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure 2.1. Tourism development

Project ref. number LPR1/010/123


The main objective of the project is to increase the tourism attractiveness of the towns of Malbork and Svetly through the enhancement of potential of the existing tourist infrastructure.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

  • The ruins of the walls in Malbork (Poland) technically upgraded.
     
  • Park along the canal bank in Svetly (Russia) beautified.
     
  • Technical documentation for architecture and planning solutions for the parks and squares of the city, the reconstruction of the waterfront, on land development engineering in Svetly (Russia) developed.
     
  • Technical documentation for town boulevards in the town of Malbork (Poland) developed.
     
  • Concept of recreational and tourist zone in Svetly urban district (Russia) improved.
     
  • Experience exchange between project partners on the improvement of urban areas occurred.
     
  • Good-neighbourly relations strengthened, information space created, the interest in history and cultures among the partner countries population formed, various activities in order to promote the project that will attract tourist flows and empower recreation of the Svetly district (Russia) residents organized and carried out.
     
  • Infrastructure developed within the project made available for the disabled persons and their needs took into account during preparation of the technical documentation.




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