The European Network of Historic Gardens at the Council of Europe's Cultural Routes Forum
Its objectives are to place the great historic landscaped enclaves of Europe among the great quality tourist destinations of the European Heritage.
A delegation from the Board of Directors of the European Network of Historic Gardens, led by Albert Robert (First Deputy Mayor) and the Councilor for Tourism of Aranjuez, María Elena Lara, attend the 7th Consultative Forum on Cultural Itineraries of the Council of Europe, with in order to present to this European Program of Culture and Tourism the candidacy of the European Gardens for the Mention of European Cultural Itinerary.
After the European Forum of Historic Gardens held in Lloret de Mar on September 7 and 8, this European network promoted by the municipalities of Lloret de Mar and Aranjuez, brings together Historic Gardens and institutions related to their study and promotion from 5 countries ( Spain, Portugal, Italy, Poland and France).
Its objectives are to place the great historic landscaped enclaves of Europe among the great quality tourist destinations of the European Heritage. “The Council of Europe’s Cultural Routes Program is undoubtedly a reference for European Cultural Tourism and is where we want and should be with our associated gardens and landscapes”, said the First Deputy Mayor of Lloret de Mar, Alber Robert.
In the Lucca Forum, the Historic Gardens begin to be at the same level as other European Heritage sites, such as Rock Art, Romanesque, the Routes of Carlos V, the Camino de Santiago or the Jewish and Arab Heritage (Andalusian Legacy) of the European continent.