Tourism Organization of the City of Sremska Mitrovica continued to work on the development of maps, thematic routes and itineraries, as well as on creating long-lasting and sustainable models for the functioning of Sremska Mitrovica Landscape Interpretation Centre with the help of stakeholders actively involved in the  3rd and 4th  Link Lab Workshop.

The 3rd Workshop, which was held on 29th November 2021, was an opportunity to discuss and select the most important locations/landscapes for creating itineraries, to obtain skills necessary for creating narratives/stories that would enrich the route and see best practice examples of sustainable management of a route – Roman Emperors’ and Danube Wine Route.

The 4th Workshop was held on 20th December 2021 and it involved stakeholders in the final definition of the map and creation of itineraries. Also, participants were presented with best practice examples of involving children in activities promoting cultural heritage as well as with VR destination presenting as the manner of interpreting a certain landscape.

The two workshops were crowned with the signing of Stakeholder Agreements- a manner to formalize active and comprehensive involvement of stakeholders in the creation of LIC’s vision and goals in the future. All activities are seen as a preparation for the sustainable and efficient management of the Landscape Interpretation Centre that will be located in the Tourism Information Centre of the City of Sremska Mitrovica.