The European Route of Historic Gardens is now officially a European itinerary certified by the Council of Europe, which has highlighted the historic, artistic and social value of the member gardens, as well as the transnational value that reflects the identity of European countries and regions over the centuries, as well as their common goal of creating a better life and landscape. Currently there are only 40 Cultural Routes certified by the Council of Europe, such as the St. James Way, the Route of the Vikings, the European Mozart Ways, or the Impressionisms Route.