#7 Fierbinți could become an urban escape and touristic brand – UHub European Tour

The seventh stop of our tour brought us to Fierbinți-Târg, in the West Ialomita Functional Area. Medium-sized and small urban communities have always had difficulties in creating a development strategy if they are located near a large urban agglomeration, but in Fierbinti we discovered a strategy with real potential: a bedroom, eventful and green city. …

#6 Zagreb and institutional collaboration – UHub European Tour

Croatia is a country known for its tourist attractions and rich history, but in this article, we will talk about how the capital managed to initiate effective collaboration with the cities, towns and municipalities around it and access financing for the sustainable development of the entire area. Zagreb is a very good example of how …

#5 Balaton Functional Area found the balance between development and nature conservation – UHub European Tour

The UHub European Tour continues with its fifth stop in the Lake Balaton area, where local administrations have joined together to promote sustainable tourism. Attention to nature conservation and sustainable development is assisted by technology through an innovative data collection project in Balaton. Lake Balaton is one of the most famous attractions in Europe for …

#4 Kaliskz-Ostrowska Agglomeration and sustainable development – ​​UHub European Tour

The Kalisz-Ostrowska Agglomeration is our fourth stop on the UHub Tour. Consisting of several units, the agglomeration is a model for how a community can develop sustainably in both urban and rural areas. The population of the urban agglomeration counts 360,000 inhabitants, which represents 10% of the population of the Greater Poland region. The urban …