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In May of 2016, the EcoMuseum Zagori was delighted to receive 26 high-school students from Alcochete in Portugal, through the European Student Exchange Program Erasmus+. The students remained in the Zagori area for over a month, participating in educational activities on tourism and the use of IT in the tourism industry. The educational program included subjects such as the operation of accommodation facilities, the mapping of trails, the recognition of natural and cultural heritage elements in the field and their visualization in 3d, using 3d printing technology (implementation in cooperation with P2P lab). The three-dimensional prints of natural and cultural heritage elements were used to guide visitors with impaired vision.