European Cities Tourism (ECT)
1991-06 Heidelberg Germany
Jun 1991, Heidelberg (Germany). Also known as Federation of European Cities' Tourist Offices (FECTO) - Fédération des offices de tourisme des villes européennes (FOTVE) -- Europäischer Städteverband für Tourismus. H-XD2034 - International Federation of Tourist Centres merged with European Cities Tourism in 12 Jun 2004. Registered in accordance with French law. Current articles approved, 17 Jun 2000. 1 Jan 2007, merged with H-XD0727 - European Federation of Conference Towns (EFCT) to form F-XM2496 - City Destinations Alliance (CityDNA).
Improve and promote city tourism; contribute to representation of city tourism and European City Tourist Offices at institutions on local, national or international level and, in particular, in institutions of the European Union.
Events22 past events available with paid subscription only.
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General Assembly (annual). Administration Board, comprising President, Vice-President, Treasurer and 2 to 7 Active Members. Secretariat, led by President.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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