The Alps-Adriatic area is one of Europe´s most diverse spaces and therefore a top-destination since tourism was invented. Whether it´s the Dalmatian coast in Croatia, Austria´s Salzkammergut, the richness of Friuli Venezia Giulia and Veneto or the Pannonian lowlands, which are shared by Burgenland and the adjacent Hungarian Counties – our part of Europe draws visitors from all over the globe!
That´s why the Alps-Adriatic Project Group on Historical Centers began working on a report on “Tourism Architecture from 1850 to 1950” eight years ago. It finished its project under the umbrella of the TCP on Art and Culture and the final report is fresh off the press. The PDF-version can be accesses right here.