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  3. (PDF) New trends in tourism: Heritage and social media

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  1. Making sense of heritage tourism: Research trends in a maturing field of study

    This essay examines several emerging research trends in the field of heritage tourism. These trends, including experiential connections with heritage, blurred boundaries between tourisms, more accurate portrayals of the commodified past and technological advancements, demonstrate a precipitous growth in heritage tourism scholarship that focuses more on experience, identity, stewardship, place ...

  2. Journal of Heritage Tourism

    The Journal of Heritage Tourism ( JHT) is a peer-reviewed, international transdisciplinary journal. JHT focuses on exploring the many facets of one of the most notable and widespread types of tourism. Heritage tourism is among the very oldest forms of travel. Activities such as visits to sites of historical importance, including built environments and urban areas, rural and agricultural ...

  3. Four decades of sustainable tourism research: Trends and future

    This article presents the publication trends, research evolution in the last four decades, and identifies emerging topics and future research opportunities to advance knowledge. ... the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Taj Mahal in India, Piazza del Duomo, Pisa, and Vatican City). Heritage tourism became a "magnet" as potential tourists ...

  4. Heritage tourism

    Heritage tourism. Cultural heritage tourism is a form of non-business travel whereby tourists engage with the heritage, tangible and intangible, moveable and immovable, of a region through activities, experiences, and purchases which facilitate a connection to the people, objects, and places of the past associated with the locations being ...

  5. World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Programme

    World Heritage partnerships for conservation. Ensuring that World Heritage sites sustain their outstanding universal value is an increasingly challenging mission in today's complex world, where sites are vulnerable to the effects of uncontrolled urban development, unsustainable tourism practices, neglect, natural calamities, pollution, political instability, and conflict.

  6. The role and dimensions of authenticity in heritage tourism

    However, since the characteristics of heritage tourism have undergone continuous change based on the evolving relationship between tourism and culture (Kang, Kim, Ryan, & Park, 2014; Steiner & Reisinger, 2006; Taylor, 2001; Waitt, 2000), heritage tourism can be explained as the consequence of wider social and economic trends that mark periods ...

  7. Heritage Tourism

    Abstract. Heritage tourism is a form of cultural tourism in which people travel to experience places, artifacts, or activities that are believed to be authentic representations of people and stories from the past. It couples heritage, a way of imagining the past in terms that suit the values of the present, with travel to locations associated ...

  8. Heritage and Tourism

    Abstract. If we consider heritage as the contemporary process through which human societies engage with, and make use of, their pasts (Harvey, 2001; Smith, 2006), then tourism is a well-established part of this process. People have long been intrigued and fascinated by the past and have been drawn to make their own visits to places of historic ...

  9. [PDF] Making sense of heritage tourism: Research trends in a maturing

    Abstract Cultural heritage is one of the most important and ubiquitous tourism resources in the world, and heritage tourism is one of the most salient forms of tourism today. Many places look to the …

  10. Cutting Edge

    Bringing cultural tourism back in the game The COVID-19 pandemic has stopped cultural tourism in its tracks. Throughout 2020 international arrivals plunged by 74% worldwide, dealing a massive blow to the sector, which faces ongoing precarity and unpredictability. Amidst international travel restrictions, border closures and physical distancing measures, countries have been forced to impose ...

  11. Contemporary Cultural Heritage and Tourism: Development Issues and

    This paper describes the role of cultural heritage in social and economic development and examines several emerging trends in the field of heritage tourism that have salient bearings on destination development. These include the heritage tourism market, heritagization of the everyday past, the value of authenticity, branding heritage places ...

  12. Journal of Heritage Tourism: Vol 19, No 2 (Current issue)

    Journal of Heritage Tourism, Volume 19, Issue 2 (2024) See all volumes and issues. Volume 19, 2024 Vol 18, 2023 Vol 17, 2022 Vol 16, 2021 Vol 15, 2020 Vol 14, 2019 Vol 13, 2018 Vol 12, 2017 Vol 11, 2016 Vol 10, 2015 Vol 9, 2014 Vol 8, 2013 Vol 7, 2012 Vol 6, 2011 Vol 5, 2010 Vol 4, 2009 Vol 3, 2008 Vol 2, 2007-2008 Vol 1, 2006.

  13. Heritage Tourism Market Size & Share Report, 2022-2030

    The global heritage tourism market size was valued at USD 556.96 billion in 2021 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.8% from 2022 to 2030. ... Heritage Tourism Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Type (Cultural, Natural, Intangible), By End-user (30 & Under, 31 To 50, 51 To 70, 71 And Above), By ...

  14. Cultural tourism: A review of recent research and trends

    Abstract. This review article traces the development of cultural tourism as a field of research over the past decade, identifying major trends and research areas. Cultural tourism has recently been re-affirmed by the UNWTO as a major element of international tourism consumption, accounting for over 39% of tourism arrivals.

  15. Heritage Tourism

    Each year, millions of travelers visit America's historic places. The National Trust for Historic Preservation defines heritage tourism as "traveling to experience the places, artifacts, and activities that authentically represent the stories and people of the past and present." A high percentage of domestic and international travelers participate in cultural and/or heritage activities ...

  16. Research on global cultural heritage tourism based on bibliometric

    Trends in cultural heritage tourism research. In CiteSpace, emerging words are keywords that increase rapidly in a given period of time. Research fronts are concepts and research directions that are constantly emerging and that represent frontier issues in the research field. Therefore, in the present study, mutation analysis of cultural ...

  17. Your History: Heritage Tourism Is Poised To Take Off This Summer

    If you've ever been to a place that deepens your understanding of world history, then you've been a heritage traveler. The most visited historical site is the Forbidden City in Beijing. It ...

  18. Making sense of heritage tourism: Research trends in a maturing field

    This essay examines several emerging research trends in the field of heritage tourism. These trends, including experiential connections with heritage, blurred boundaries between tourisms, more accurate portrayals of the commodified past and technological advancements, demonstrate a precipitous growth in heritage tourism scholarship that focuses more on experience, identity, stewardship, place ...

  19. Future trends in Red Tourism and communist heritage tourism

    Future trends in Red Tourism and communist heritage tourism. December 2023. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 28 (10):1185-1198. DOI: 10.1080/10941665.2023.2289415. Authors: Víctor ...

  20. Heritage Travel: Another Key Trend For 2022

    Last updated: 2:00 AM ET, Tue March 8, 2022. Heritage travel is a type of travel that might be becoming increasingly popular as we head out of the worst of the pandemic and as countries worldwide begin loosening pandemic-related entry restrictions. This type of travel is defined as travel that brings someone closer to their roots.

  21. Heritage Counts: Heritage Sector Trends, Insights and Data

    Heritage Counts. Heritage Counts is a compendium of the best available evidence that might support advocacy for heritage and inform new initiatives. Historic environment professionals use the research collected here to understand the value of heritage and changes in the historic environment to develop policies to protect it and demonstrate its ...

  22. Full article: Digital heritage tourism: innovations in museums

    4. Tourism. Positioning heritage as economic resource has led to a thriving heritage tourism industry becoming "one of the most powerful economic, social, cultural, ecological and political forces in the world today" (Timothy & Boyd, Citation 2006, p. 1).The argument is that tourism generates revenue from ticket sales, special events, retailing, donations and interpretation fees as well as ...

  23. Now boarding: Faces, places, and trends shaping tourism in 2024

    After falling by 75 percent in 2020, travel is on its way to a full recovery by the end of 2024. Domestic travel is expected to grow 3 percent annually and reach 19 billion lodging nights per year by 2030. 1 Over the same time frame, international travel should likewise ramp up to its historical average of nine billion nights.

  24. Sustainability

    Combining the Intangible Cultural Heritage and sustainable development has been an important effort of UNESCO since the new century. This study discusses the suitability of educational tourism development of intangible cultural heritage. On the one hand, it was beneficial to improve the comprehensive quality of students; on the other hand, it was conducive to protecting and rationally ...

  25. United States and Kenya Announce New Initiatives to Support Cultural

    As part of the shared focus on tourism and cultural heritage, the AFCP will support efforts led by the National Museums of Kenya to preserve the archaeological site of Takwa, a 15th- and 16th-century Swahili trading town. AFCP projects help preserve a wide range of cultural heritage - including historic buildings, archaeological sites ...

  26. UP to convert historic forts and palaces into heritage hotels to boost

    The state's tourism policy stipulates a minimum investment ranging from INR 30 crores to INR 100 crores for the transformation of heritage properties into hotels.

  27. Tourism: Lagos commissioner urges stakeholders to stay ahead of

    The Lagos State Commissioner for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mrs Toke Benson-Awoyinka, has urged stakeholders to stay ahead of emerging trends in the sector to remain competitive and relevant.

  28. Future trends in Red Tourism and communist heritage tourism

    Future trends in Red Tourism and communist heritage tourism. Víctor Calderón-Fajardo Department of Business Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Malaga, ... This paper conducts a thorough, systematic review of literature on Red or communist tourism in China, exploring its development, key drivers, impacts, and ...

  29. Project Eight Initiative's Jasser June Cruz attends GoNegosyo Tourism

    JASSER June Cruz, a key project lead advocate for Project Eight Initiative's livelihood program, attended the highly anticipated GoNegosyo Tourism Summit 2024. The summit, a convergence of ...