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This paper will examine the importance of seeing, reading, evaluating and better appreciating the built environment. Creative observation of built environment is fundamental to our daytoday lives as well as to cultural tourism development. As we want to break away from the routine and lack of...
The national accounts make no attempt to take earnings from culture, as such, into account. This does not mean that the sums which people pay to go to concerts, visit monuments and museums and for other cultural phenomena are incalculable, for indeed the can be estimated in the same way as the...
Despite the fact that both reserchers and managers agree that consumer satisfactions is a key factor for the success of hotels, little research has been done to reveal what aspects of the hotel operation the guests consider as important when evaluating the hotel experience. Literature on total...
This article analyses the impact of telecommunication technologies on tourism distribution channels for small and medium enterprises.
Tourism is leisure commodified. As a commodity, the actuality of tourism has been suggested as less important than its expressive representations. What is depicted or not depicted in destination image advertising, and on whose authority it is selected, involves a more complex question of what...
This study was designed to examine the dimensions of tourist image as it may affect the promotion strategy for a given tourist destination. Identification of the different constituents of a destination's tourist image may provide important information that can be used in developing focused...
Tourist regions have to adapt their offer to the continuously changing needs new holiday trends, generation changes of travelers, in order to protect their markets. This especially holds for the fields of culture, entertainment and gastronomy.
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