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Abstract

Study trips can be defined to include anything from visits to carry out specialized research work to more general tours led by expert guides to look at ancient monuments, special landscapes and other objects of cultural interest. The way such visits have been organized in the past and the...

Author(s)
Müllenmeister, H. M.
Publisher
Europäisches Tourismus Institut GmbH, Trier, Germany
Citation
Kulturtourismus in Europa: Wachstum ohne Grenzen?., 1993, pp 145-160
Abstract

The concluding paper provides an agreed definition of cultural tourism, describes its advantages for appropriate regions and its role in Europe. It provides a profile of the German tourist and his/her requirements and a summary of research on: the provision of cultural tourism; its marketing; and...

Author(s)
Steinecke, A.
Publisher
Europäisches Tourismus Institut GmbH, Trier, Germany
Citation
Kulturtourismus in Europa: Wachstum ohne Grenzen?., 1993, pp 245-250
Abstract

This book draws on data collected by the European Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS) Cultural Tourism Project, which combines data presentation and analysis with more reflective discussions on the nature of cultural tourism in different areas of Europe. The first five chapters...

Publisher
CAB INTERNATIONAL, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Cultural tourism in Europe., 1996, pp xi + 347 pp.
Abstract

The article examines the concept and main characteristics of the European Cultural Itineraries (ECI) Project, supported by the Council of Europe and other international organizations and countries. The project is specifically aimed at fostering a European identity and a sense of community spirit,...

Author(s)
Hitrec, T.
Citation
Turizam, 1996, 44, 3, pp 47-60
Abstract

Large-scale cultural projects are multiplying in European cities. Notable examples include the opening in Vienna in 2001 of a museum quarter (which regrouped seven institutions in the restored imperial stables) and the opening of the Tate Modern in London. Smaller cities and towns also boast...

Author(s)
D'Angelo, M.
Publisher
Editions Touristiques Européennes, Paris, France
Citation
Espaces, Tourisme & Loisirs, 2002, No.193, pp 20-25
Abstract

This article discusses the creative and cultural policies that are developed on a European cross-border scale. It provides a comparative case study of the Pyrenees-Mediterranean Euroregion, located on the French-Spanish eastern border and the Greater Region between Luxembourg, Germany, Belgium and...

Author(s)
Perrin, T.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
European Planning Studies, 2015, 23, 12, pp 2423-2437
Abstract

The paper explores the mutual impact of Pacific houses and people in diasporic relationships. Tracing the fates of several whare and fale now located in Europe, it explores changes over time that resulted from different degrees of closeness or distance between the people gathered around them. Three ...

Author(s)
Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. C.
Publisher
University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, USA
Citation
Contemporary Pacific, 2017, 29, 1, pp 38-64

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