Child Friendly Tourism in the Cross Border Region

About the project

Tourism is an important source of income for every country and it helps developing mutual understanding, sharing and collaboration among countries. Child friendly tourism, as part of the tourism industry, can support community sustainable development.

This project is aimed at improving child friendly tourism offer in Montenegro and Albania, countries rich with traditional lifestyle and natural beauties. By improving child friendly tourism offer, will be increased the number of tourists and therefore, improved the living standard and opportunities for employment in cross-border region. The project targeted Municipalities Ulcinj, Bar, Podgorica and Rožaje in Montenegro; and Shkodra and Lezha regions in Albania.

Within this project are achieved the following results:

  • Representatives of tourism industry and CSO’s from cross border region are educated and interconnected on development of new offer in community based tourism;
  • Tourist association, CSOs and other key tourism stakeholders in developing Child Friendly Tourism developed a joint package of new touristic offer;

Joint activities focused on developing Child Friendly Tourism offer as innovative tourist products in cross border region are promoted.


Dummy Grant


Project name:
Child Friendly Tourism in the Cross Border Region
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Municipalities Ulcinj, Bar, Podgorica, Rožaje in Montenegro; Shkodra and Lezha regions in Albania
Association for Democratic Prosperity – Zid
Partner: Centre Children Today

Success story

Child Friendly Tourism in the Cross Border Region

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