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This study aims to ascertain the connection between the sociodemographic characteristics (gender, age, educational level and income) and consumption habits in the destination (overnight(s), planned daily spend) of tourists interested in cultural Heritage with their preferences and sensations...
Overtourism is a novel and complicated phenomenon that has hastened the rapid expansion of short-term tourist accommodations (STTA) in many European art cities. This study aims to establish a link between the rapid growth of the STTA and the likely dissemination of novel COVID-19 variations in...
This study sheds light on competitive lieux de memoire in the south-east of Slovenia that are directly related to significant social changes of the twentieth century. The aim is to evaluate the perceptions of influential domestic stakeholders, including experts and media, representing...
Given the rapid development of the internet, the prospects for the online travel industry are promising, and online travel communities (OTCs) have become an invaluable platform for people exchanging travel information and making related decisions. However, the mobility and continuous sharing...
The focus of this study is to examine the role of cultural differences in the co-creation-mediated relation between thalassotherapy and mental well-being. The study aims to find: (a) key components of thalassotherapy tourists’ motivation associated with the 3S destination, (b) cross-cultural...
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