Machbarkeitsstudie zur Errichtung einer Seilbahn im Nationalpark Lovcen



Contract partner: Lukesch Robert, Dr. (ÖAR)Country: Montenegro Funding amount: € 23.000,00Project start: 17.04.2006End: 30.06.2006

Short Description:

Overall goal


Auf den Berg Lovcen über Kotor an der außergewöhnlich attraktiven Küste Montenegros soll eine Seilbahn gebaut werden, um das touristische und regionalpolitische Profil der Region zu stärken und gleich zwei Gemeinden zu beleben. Eine österreichisch-montenegrinische Investorengruppe hat Interesse am Bau der Seilbahn angemeldet, die maßgeblich zur Steigerung der Attraktivität der Region beitragen und einen Anziehungspunkt für Touristen darstellen wird. Dadurch werden Arbeitsplätze in der Tourismusbranche in der Region geschaffen.

Die in der Implementierung von Tourismuskonzepten erfahrene Agentur für Regionalentwicklung (ÖAR) soll als unabhängige Agentur eine Machbarkeitsstudie erstellen, ob, wie und unter welchen Bedingungen das Vorhaben realisiert werden kann. Die Maßnahme erweitert und unterstützt das Engagement der ADA auf dem Gebiet der Regional- und Tourismusentwicklung in Montenegro.

project number8162-00/2006
source of fundingOEZA
sector Tourismus
tied
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