The project Cultural and Natural Heritage for the Development of the Polish-Czech Borderland "Common Heritage" is implemented by 11 partners from 8 regions of the Polish-Czech borderland, and its main goal is to increase tourist traffic in this area. The project covers the Dolnośląskie and Śląskie (partially) and Opolskie (entirely) voivodships on the Polish side and the Liberecký, Královehradecký, Pardubický, Olomoucký and Moravskoslezský provinces on the Czech side.
In the tourist application created as part of the project, we will find the most interesting objects located on the Polish-Czech border. Places have been divided into two categories: cultural heritage and natural heritage. Among them there are such gems as the castle hill in Cieszyn, the Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc, the Dolni Oblast complex in Vitkovice and the castle in Moszna. Each place has a photo, description and location data, so you can easily plan a route to it. The objects have also been placed on a readable map, which makes it easier to preview their location and plan the route. Visiting the facilities is also associated with the benefit of obtaining a Tourist Badge and a material prize. Details related to earning a Badge are also described in the app.
An interesting feature of the mobile guide is the planner in which you can keep the most interesting objects, which are always at hand later.
The application works offline, for its proper operation it is only necessary to download the data once. The content contained in it was developed in Polish and Czech. Another component of the project is a field game, which can be found in the "Common Heritage - Game" application