Geo Routes Cultural Institute is owner and official organizer of the Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum.
The Institute is a nonprofit & nongovernmental organization seeking to promote the cultural heritage of Greece, facilitate the intercultural dialogue, fostering to the welfare and contributing to the development of the local societies.
Geo Routes and its subsidiary Aegean Routes experiential journeys held under the auspices of the Hellenic National Commission for UNESCO, being acclaimed “best practice” since 2013 at the 37th General Conference of UNESCO in Paris for its contribution to UNESCO program “Culture-Tourism-Development”.
Nowadays Geo Routes sets platform in planning, developing and executing (through appointed operators and resellers) cultural heritage journeys and events of cultural, environmental and educational character in Greece and abroad.
Geo Routes participates in global fora about consulting for rural development, contributing to the design of eco-friendly cultural heritage routes, elaborating rebranding destinations, considering to protect tangible and intangible cultural heritage, respect local society and the responsible management of environmental resources.
More information: www.geo-routes.com