Theoretical and practical aspects of the development of gastronomic tourism

Submitted by KA4007 on 19.02.2021 - 17.43

Ladies and gentlemen,

We invite you to take part in the International Scientific and Practical Conference Theoretical and practical aspects of the development of gastronomic tourism. The conference will be held on February 24-25, 2021 Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia (online format)

The purpose of the conference is to organize a platform for discussing topical issues in the development of gastronomic tourism and sharing Russian and foreign experiences in the establishment and promotion of gastronomic brands. Travel companies, restaurateurs, hoteliers, farmers, entrepreneurs, teachers and students, Russian and foreign experts and all interested persons related to the topic of gastronomic tourism are invited to participate in the conference.

!!! We invite you to join the gastronomic map of all gastronomic service providers right now. It's fast and free. Registration on the website Information about your company will appear in the mobile application. And at the conference we will tell you how it works and what kind of marketing campaign is carried out by the project team on the Finnish and Russian sides.

The conference will present the results of the implementation of the international project "Kalitka" also, which the project team is ready to donate to interested organizations.

Languages: Russian and English.

Applications for participation in the conference are accepted until February 22, 2021. Registration form:

Contact information: Anastasia Vasilyeva, Institute of Economics KarRC RAS Paavo Raappana, Karelia University of Applied Sciences

Lead partner of the project: Karelian Research Centre of RAS (The Institute of Economics)

Partners of the project: Karelia University of Applied Sciences (Finland), North Karelia Municipal Education and Training Consortium (Finland), Forgis Oy (Finland), ООО OnegoTour (Russia), KROO Art-Shater (Russia), The Megrega rural settlement administration (Russia)