Tourist Attractions

Summary

  • 533 Companies
  • 0 Patents
  • 15 Use Cases
  • 99 Case Studies
  • 436 Science Papers
  • $241 244 Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
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Government
Cape Town, Western Cape
Cape Town, or the Mother City, is South Africa’s oldest city, its second-most populous and the legislative capital. It is made up of a diverse population, a rich history, world famous tourist attractions and an exciting calendar of international and local events. More than 231 councillors and 26 225 staff serve 4 million residents across a sprawling and cosmopolitan metro of 2 500 square kilometres. The City provides all the services normally associated with a full-service municipality, such as water, electricity, waste removal, sanitation, new infrastructure, roads, public spaces, facilities, housing developments, the upgrade of informal settlements and existing infrastructure, clinics and more. To meet the current and future needs of the its residents, the City of Cape Town has formulated strategies and policies to guide development and growth. Central to these is the Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is a five-year plan that informs the City’s policy and budget decisions. The City’s strong sense of community make it one of the best places to live, work and raise a family. We offer rewarding career opportunities, great benefits and competitive salaries. New opportunities are posted at www.capetown.gov.za/careers.
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Government Agency
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Oakland, CA
The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) connects the San Francisco Peninsula with Oakland, Berkeley, Fremont, Walnut Creek, Dublin/Pleasanton and other cities in the East Bay. For more 40 years BART has provided fast, reliable transportation to downtown offices, shopping centers, tourist attractions, entertainment venues, universities and other destinations for Bay Area residents and visitors alike.
1957
Government Agency
2 305
3
Hospitality
Central
The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited (HSH) is a luxury hospitality and real estate group incorporated in 1866 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (00045). It owns and operates ten of the world’s finest hotel properties under The Peninsula brand, located in exceptional city centre locations in Asia, US and Europe, with a further three under development in London, Istanbul and Yangon. The company’s portfolio also includes strategic commercial properties, clubs and services and tourism assets, including The Peak Tram – one of Hong Kong’s most popular tourist attractions. careers.hshgroup.com
1866
Public Company
2 013
4
Internet
Nanjing, Jiangsu
Tuniu (Nasdaq:TOUR) is a leading online leisure travel company in China that offers a large selection of packaged tours, including organized and self-guided tours, as well as travel-related services for leisure travelers through its website tuniu.comand mobile platform. Tuniu has over 1,200,000 stock keeping units (SKUs) of packaged tours, covering over 140 countries worldwide and all the popular tourist attractions in China. Tuniu provides one-stop leisure travel solutions and a compelling customer experience through its online platform and offline service network, including over 1,350 tour advisors, a 24/7 call center and 170 regional service centers. The Company's goal is to become the destination for Chinese consumer seeking leisure travel products and services. Tuniu aims to further expand its online leisure travel market share by expanding product offerings, increasing customer base, enhancing customer loyalty and strengthening supply chain management. The Company also intends to continue to pursue mobile strategies, invest in technology infrastructure, and to pursue strategic alliances and acquisitions.
2006
Public Company
1 592
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Government
Sydney, NSW
The City of Sydney is the local government authority responsible for the central business district (CBD) and more than 30 suburbs or parts of suburbs within our boundaries. - We welcome you to follow our LinkedIn page but please be aware of our City of Sydney social media community guidelines: https://city.sydney/social-media-community-guidelines - Sydney is a vibrant, cosmopolitan, and accessible city with a diverse population, a rich history, world famous tourist attractions and an exciting calendar of international and local events. In 2007, the City of Sydney asked residents and businesses what they wanted to see happen over the next 20 years and beyond. The result is a collective vision for Sydney’s sustainable development, called Sustainable Sydney 2030, which will make Sydney a green, global and connected city. The city is fast becoming a leading environmental performer and our sustainability plan guides what we do. Sustainable development is not just about the physical environment, but about fostering Sydney’s economy, society and culture as well.
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Government Agency
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Public Policy
Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro
Petrópolis is a municipality located in the interior of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, also known as Imperial City. It occupies an area of ​795,798 km ², counting on a population of 305 917 inhabitants (2014), according to IBGE. Besides being the largest and most populous city in the Serrana Fluminense region, it also has the largest GDP and HDI in the region. The Petropolitans belong linguistically and culturally to the Cariocas family, a group to which more than 70% of the population of the modern State of Rio de Janeiro belongs. Petrópolis is the safest city of the state of Rio de Janeiro and the sixth safest city of Brazil, according to classification of IPEA for cities of medium and big sizes. Petrópolis is the headquarters of the National Laboratory of Scientific Computation, [9] a research unit of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. The mild climate, the historic buildings and the abundant vegetation are great tourist attractions. In addition, the city has a busy commerce and services, besides agricultural production (with emphasis on fruit growing) and industry. Founded on the initiative of the Emperor Dom Pedro II (his name comes from the junction of the Latin word Petrus (Peter) with the Greek in Pólis (city), being "City of Peter"​). It is often called the "Imperial City"​ because it is Dom Pedro's preferred route to his leisure and rest. It was state capital temporarily between 1894 and 1902, due to the Armada Revolt.
1843
Public Company
1 155
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Government
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Colorado Springs, with an estimated population of 478,221 occupies 195 square miles at the base of majestic Pikes Peak – America's Mountain and enjoys nearly 243 days of sunshine per year. Colorado Springs is the state's largest city in terms of area and second to Denver in population. There are currently 375 miles of trails and over 150 parks within the city. The "Springs" is home to five military establishments, in including the Air Force Academy, many colleges and universities, the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee Headquarters and Museum, and over 50 different sports organizations. Colorado Springs is a thriving city and a leader in the aerospace, defense and cybersecurity industries. It also has a diverse collection of non-profit organizations and businesses with a large number of tourist attractions. The City of Colorado Springs, which is among the community's largest employers, is organized as a home rule Council-Mayor form of municipal government with a popularly elected Mayor and nine council members. Colorado Springs ranked 4th in the US News & World Report’s 2020-21 Best Places to Live in the United States. Learn about the City of Colorado Springs as an employer and what our beautiful city has to offer as a place to live and work by clicking on this link: https://coloradosprings.gov/sites/default/files/inline-images/candidate_info_packet_2021.pdf This information may change annually. Careers page: https://coloradosprings.gov/communications/page/hr-careers
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Government Agency
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Hospitality
One of the finest luxury 5 star hotels in Jakarta, strategically located in the center of the city. This resort in the city features 23 acres of landscaped tropical gardens. The hotel is a 5 minute drive from the Presidential Palace, and is also close to major sightseeing attractions such as Istiqlal Mosque and Cathedral Church. It is within easy reach of government offices, major business and banking centers, shopping and entertainment areas. Tourist attractions are minutes away such as National Monument, National Museum of Indonesia, Museum Sumpah Pemuda, Fatahillah Museum Old Town and other attractions around the hotel. Gambir Railway Station is only 3 minutes drive and Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is 35 minutes drive from the hotel.
1974
Privately Held
777
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Human Resources
Liverpool
After 12 years in the industry, Arc has grown into one of the UK’s leading event staff specialists, providing top-class people to sports venues, caterers, hotels and tourist attractions across the UK. From bar staff to betting staff, to chefs and supervisors, Arc has over 10,000 staff on hand 365 days a year to make any event a success. Arc's second service solution is a managed service arrangement where Arc acts as the recruitment, staffing, payroll and/or HR department for any organisation with a variable workforce. Arc's vision is to shape the world of flexible work into a better place for all. Arc's mission is to solve staffing problems by supplying the most suitable, satisfied and well looked after people - every minute of every day, wherever they are needed. Arc’s company values are: We’re honest, we care, we deliver.
2008
Privately Held
634
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Higher Education
York
Founded in 1841 and receiving the title of ‘University’ in 2006, York St John University has a long and proud tradition as a distinguished education provider. The University has around 7000 students studying on a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses in faculties of Arts, Health and Life Sciences, Education & Theology, and the York St John Business School. As a major regional employer and education provider, York St John is working with a range of partners to support companies through the economic downturn and address the immediate challenges faced by existing businesses, graduates and other entrepreneurs. The Phoenix Centre creative incubator, developed initially with Science City York, opened on campus in 2009 with twelve start-up businesses benefiting from access to specialist facilities, business support, mentoring and training. York St John is a relatively small university which prides itself on its tight-knit community and its reputation of putting students at the heart of everything it does. Alongside teaching, the University offers a significant and valued range of support, including professional advice, careers guidance, counselling, referral, training, assessment and support. York St John’s campus is a stone’s throw from the bustling and vibrant city centre, with many of the shops, restaurants, pubs, galleries and tourist attractions just five minutes walk away. The original campus which is built around a quadrangle, is complemented by newer buildings including the multi-award winning signature building De Grey Court and the Fountains Learning Centre. The University has invested over £100 million in recent years on its estates, ensuring that students benefit from the latest cutting-edge facilities and brand new accommodation in the city centre.
1841
Educational Institution
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Science

Data limited by 2021

Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
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Are Short Duration Cultural Festivals Tourist Attractions?
This paper examines the value of short duration cultural festivals as tourist attractions, with special emphasis on their role in attracting and retaining international tourists. The study examined visitors to three festivals held in Hong Kong during spring 2004. Relatively few tourists attended these events. Moreover, most were unaware of the festivals prior to arrival and about 80% made the decision to participate only when in the destination. Tourism attraction systems’ theory reinforces the importance of awareness building prior to departure and suggests that in-destination awareness creation is ineffective in generating demand for these types of events, especially among short stay tourists. However, the costs associated with creating awareness in generating regions may not produce sufficiently valuable results, given the small window of opportunity for participation and the specialist nature of the market.
Business
2006
191
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Sacred places: American tourist attractions in the nineteenth century.
Tourism emerged as an important cultural activity in the United States in the 1820s as steamboats and canals allowed for greater mobility and the nation's writers and artists focused their attention on American scenery. From the 1820s until well after the Civil War, American artists, like Thomas Cole and Frederic Church, depicted American tourist attractions in their work, and often made their reputations on those paintings. Writers like Irving, Cooper, Hawthorne, and James described their visits to the same attractions or incorporated them into their fiction. The work of these artists and writers conferred value on the scenes represented and helped shape the vision of the tourists who visited them. This interest in scenery permeated the work of both serious and popular writers and artists, and they produced thousands of images and descriptions of America's tourist attractions for the numerous guidebooks, magazines, and other publications devoted to travel in the United States during the period. Drawing on this fascinating body of material, Sacred Places examines the vital role which tourism played in fulfilling the cultural needs of nineteenth-century Americans. America was a new country in search of a national identity. Educated Americans desperately wished to meet European standards of culture and, at the same time, to develop a distinctly American literature and art. Tourism offered a means of defining America as a place and taking pride in the special features of its landscape. The country's magnificent natural wonders were a substitute for the cathedrals and monuments, the sense of history that Europe had built over the centuries. Moreover, Sears argues, tourist attractions like Mammoth Cave, Mount Auburn Cemetery, Yosemite, and Yellowstone functioned as sacred places for a nation with a diversity of religious sects and without ancient religious and national shrines. For nineteenth-century Americans, whose vision was shaped by the aesthetics of the sublime and the picturesque and by the popular nineteenth-century Romantic view of nature as temple, such places fulfilled their urgent need for cultural monuments and for places to visit which transcended ordinary reality. But these nineteenth-century tourist attractions were also arenas of consumption. Niagara Falls was the most sublime of God's creations, a sacred place, which, like Mount Auburn Cemetery, was supposed to have a profound moral effect on the spectator. But it was also an emporium of culture where the tourist shopped for Niagara's wonders and for little replicas of the Falls in the form of souvenirs. In Sacred Places, Sears describes how this strange, sometimes amusing, juxtaposition of the mythic and the trivial, the sacred and the profane, the spiritual and the commercial remained a significant feature of American tourist attractions even after efforts were made at Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Niagara Falls to curb commercial and industrial intrusions. Sears also explores how the nineteenth-century idealization of home stimulated the tourists' response to such places as the Willey House in the White Mountains, the rural cemeteries, and even the newly established asylums for the deaf, dumb, blind, and insane. And, in an intriguing account of Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania, he examines the reasons why an important nineteenth-century anthracite transportation center was also a major tourist attraction. Most of the attractions discussed in this book are still visited by millions of Americans. By illuminating their cultural meaning, Sacred Places prompts us to reflect on our own motivations and responses as tourists and reveals why tourism was and still is such an important part of American life.
History, Geography
1989
133
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The enigma of holocaust sites as tourist attractions - the case of Buchenwald
While many would see visitation to a concentration camp as ghoulish in the extreme, the phenomenon of dark tourism is undeniable. To analyse such sites as tourist attractions presents obvious problems, not the least being the necessity for ethical considerations. This article considers the case of Buchenwald Concentration Camp, which has a memorial site, some extant buildings and an interpretation centre. A brief account of the history of the camp from its opening up to the present day is given. The issue of revisionism in a changing and revolutionary political climate is considered and conclusions are drawn which are relevant to other holocaust sites. An analysis is provided, covering the perspectives of both tourism in general and visitor attractions in particular. The implications of this analysis of Buchenwald for other historical sites are highlighted.
Sociology, Economics
2000
98
4
From hostile boundaries to tourist attractions
This study examines the transformation of hostile borders to inviting tourist attractions. It focuses on three cases: the ‘Island of Peace’ on the Israeli–Jordanian border, the ‘Golden Triangle’ of Southeast Asia and the Berlin Wall. All three are located on boundaries that were sites of conflict and instability, formerly closed and fortified but transformed into open and free borders for tourism. The geopolitical changes that have influenced the development of the sites account for the similarities between them. In all three cases, unique attractions have been developed, offering elements such as special demarcation, observation points and commemorations of the heritage of the closed border or a symbolic representation of cooperation and renewed political relations with the neighbouring country. The tourism development at these attractions may constitute an important contribution in terms of awareness and education that could help in strengthening relations of peace and cooperation in places that in the past suffered from a closed and hostile border. By examining the development of intensive tourism at selected border tourism sites, much can be learned about the development of border attractions elsewhere.
Sociology, Political Science
2010
71
5
Managing the Asian Financial Crisis: Tourist Attractions in Singapore
This article considers tourist attractions in Singapore and the consequences of the Asian financial crisis for operators within the context of crisis management theory. The range of visitor attractions in Singapore is identified, and the period of economic turmoil that began in the late 1990s is summarized together with an account of its impact on tourist activity. The results of a survey of leading attractions indicate the effect of the crisis on business, responses to it, and the application of crisis management planning. The analysis suggests both an absence of formal planning and the need for it given the nature of travel and tourism and its exposure to uncertainty, risk, and disaster. The study thus provides an insight into how attractions’ managers deal with a crisis, but its limitations are also recognized with the need for more thorough analysis conducted during a longer period of time as the crisis continues to develop.
Business, Economics
1999
68
6
Resident Perceptions of Tourist Attractions on the Gold Coast of Australia
Personal construct theory was used to identify resident perceptions of 12 elicited tourist attractions on the Gold Coast of Australia. A cluster analysis of these residents revealed nature-biased (45%), unenthusiastic (40%), hinter-land hesitant (8%), and enthusiastic (7%) groupings, with significant differences occurring in gender, length of residence, and age. The finding that tourist attractions positively influence residents’ quality of life despite the assessment of built attractions as commercialized, touristy, expensive, and noisy/hectic may owe to the status of the Gold Coast as a tourism city. Tourism overall is perceived less positively than its constituent attractions, which may reflect the relatively less positive perceptions of one attraction in particular, Surf-ers Paradise. Revitalization of this iconic tourism district may therefore improve overall attitudes toward tourism among residents.
Business, Geography
2005
67
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Edutainment heritage tourist attractions: a portrait of visitors’ experiences at Storyeum
Abstract Edutainment heritage tourist attractions (EHTAs) are a hybrid form of attraction that seek to create a synergy between the educational value and the entertainment value of their heritage contents by using multimedia technologies. The edutainment nature of this relatively new form of tourist attraction obscures the differences between other forms of heritage attractions, such as museums of history and culture, heritage theme parks and living history museums, which often work with a similar mandate to combine educational and entertainment values. This study investigates visitors’ experiences at this emergent form of attraction. Interviews with tourists at Storyeum, an EHTA in Vancouver, Canada, potentially reveals that EHTAs may be important sources of historical information and that tourists actively and critically engage with heritage representations at these attractions.
Sociology
2008
50
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Australian Tourist Attractions: The Links between Organizational Characteristics and Planning
An exploration of the links between the characteristics of Australian tourist attractions and the amount of planning undertaken by attraction managers was conducted. Using a detailed mail survey (N = 407, response rate = 26.7%), a categorization indicating four planning levels was devised: nonplanners, short-term planners, short- and long-term planners, and long-term planners. Attractions with greater levels of planning were shown to have higher levels of perceived performance and faced the future with better growth prospects and business confidence. They also reported higher management turnover. Attraction research, it was argued, needs to develop with studies from different regions and histories to test the value of specific findings. In addition, multimethod approaches are needed to disentangle causality issues linking planning and attraction characteristics.
Business
2003
45
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Canadian Casinos as Tourist Attractions: Chasing the Pot of Gold
In this article, the commonly held belief that casinos automatically function as tourist attractions is questioned. The analysis suggests that while casinos do exhibit many of the characteristics of "typical" tourist attractions, they also differ in many ways. With the exception of the Windsor venue, Canadian casinos are not major tourist attractions.
Economics
1996
44
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Marketing and management trends in tourist attractions.
The study of tourist attractions has not received the same prominence as other suppliers of tourist services such as accommodation and transport. Nevertheless, attractions play a vital role in regional and national tourism and deserve multidisciplinary research effort. One particular research need is to identify the marketing and management trends in the attractions sector. By combining a program of on‐site visits, Internet reviews, discussions with attraction operators, and by using the resources of the major international attractions association, twelve trends in tourist attractions were identified. The trends identified were discussed with illustrations from Italian sites, United States attractions and Australian settings. The trends noted were in the areas of visitor pricing, entry management, membership developments, roving interpretation, visual souvenirs, integration with festivals/events, supplementary activities, attraction partnerships, market niche developments, web marketing and sales and mana...
Business
1998
37

Top 10 cited authors

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Trends

Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
1
Tourist Attractions
Data‐driven inference of interactions among multiple tourist attractions for hourly demand forecasting
2022
0
hourly demand forecasting
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Tourist Attractions
La promoción de atractivos turísticos para impulsar el desarrollo local en la ruralidad: caso parroquias rurales del cantón Portoviejo The promotion of tourist attractions to promote local development in rural areas: case of rural parishes of the Portoviejo canton “Erika
2021
0
promote local development in rural areas: case of rural parishes of the portoviejo canton “erika
3
Tourist Attractions
TAPPING INTO THE UNSUNG POTENTIAL OF TOURIST ATTRACTIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT IN SELECTED MUNICIPALITIES IN UGANDA
2020
Economics, Geography
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development in selected municipalities in uganda
4
Tourist Attractions
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS FOR CITY TOUR IN CIREBON CITY, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA
2017
Business
0
city tour in cirebon city, west java, indonesia
5
Tourist Attractions
Integrating tourist packages and tourist attractions for personalized trip planning based on travel constraints
2016
Business, Computer Science, Geography
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personalized trip planning based on travel constraints
6
Tourist Attractions
Accessibility of Tourist Attractions to People With Mobility Impairments and People with Visual Impairments in the Town of Jihlava
2015
Business, Medicine
0
people with mobility impairments and people with visual impairments in the town of jihlava
7
Tourist Attractions
Adaptation of the selected tourist attractions to modern tourist services according to a specific group of consumers.
2014
Business
0
modern tourist services according to a specific group of consumers.
8
Tourist Attractions
Structural System of Contribution of Cultural-Tourist Attractions to the Market Attractiveness of the Locality
2013
Business, Mathematics
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the market attractiveness of the locality
9
Tourist Attractions
The use of green waste from tourist attractions for renewable energy production: the potential and policy implications.
2013
Environmental Science
26
renewable energy production: the potential and policy implications.
10
Tourist Attractions
ASSESSMENT AND PRIORITIZATION OF URBAN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS FOR DEVELOPING URBAN TOURISM BASED ON MULTIVARIATE DECISION CRITERIA (A CASE STUDY OF SANANDAJ)
2011
2
developing urban tourism based on multivariate decision criteria (a case study of sanandaj)

Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
1
The Effect of Film Nostalgia on Visiting Tourist Attractions ...
by SM Moussavi · 2022 — Abstract. Introduction. The development of film and television entertainment has led to the rapid growth of film tourism in recent years (Tang, 2020).
yes
2022
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Do social media data indicate visits to tourist attractions? A ...
by H Liang · 2021 — The purpose of this paper is to explore this question. Design/methodology/approach – Popular tourism SMD sources in China, such as Ctrip, Weibo and.
yes
2021
370
3
Do social media data indicate visits to tourist attractions? A ...
by H Liang · 2021 — Do social media data indicate visits to tourist attractions? A case study of Shanghai, China - Author: Huilin Liang, Qingping Zhang.
no
2021
370
4
Food self-sufficiency of tourist attraction site: a case study of ...
Oct 8, 2021 — This research adopted quantitative and qualita-. tive research methods. Data were collected by using questionnaires and semi-structured.
no
2021
6 650
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Community participation tourist attraction development in ...
by DS Nugroho · 2020 · Cited by 1 — Community-based tourism is an evolutionary form of the concept of mass tourism. One of the primary keys to developing community-based tourism is community ...9 pages
yes
2020
0
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Mega Events and Crowd Evacuation at Tourist Attractions
Oct 25, 2020 — Mega Events and Crowd Evacuation at Tourist Attractions: A Case Study of Souq Waqif using Pedestride Crowd Simulation Tool ; Author, Abdelaal, ...
no
2020
250
7
The London Eye as a Tourist Attraction Case Study - Ivypanda
Jul 12, 2020 — Dependability is a paramount element in customer satisfaction (Goel, 2008, p. 54). There is the dimension of flexibility in the performance ...
no
2020
160
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Theatre festival as a tourist attraction: a case ... - Emerald Insight
by G Gomez-Casero · 2020 · Cited by 2 — This study makes a segmentation of the tourists who attend the festival based on their motivations. Using this segmentation, the authors analyse ...
no
2020
370
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Tourist Attraction Through Agricultural Way of Life, A Case ...
Oct 15, 2020 — Agro-tourism is a form of rural tourism that has actively developed in recent years. Tra Que vegetable village.
no
2020
6 650
10
View of Self-guided Study in Cultural Tourist Attraction - ThaiJO
by N Suwannachang · 2020 — Got it! Return to Article Details Self-guided Study in Cultural Tourist Attraction: A Case Study of Wat Koh Community, Phetchaburi Province Download Download ...
no
2020
70

Experts

Twitter

#NameDescriptionFollowersFollowingLocation
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Irish National Stud
The Irish National Stud combines an active role in the development and promotion of Irish bloodstock and as one of the country’s major tourist attractions.
18 900
1 680
Kildare, Ireland
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CloudGuide
The global app to guide and engage visitors at museums, cultural heritage sites and tourist attractions.
8 058
1 889
Barcelona / Europe / US
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Roadside America
Guide to 15,000+ offbeat tourist attractions. Road trip tales, tools, website, books, GPS, mobile apps.
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United States
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Serbian Life
About Serbs, Serbian culture, history, tradition, tourism... Promoting tourism, tourist attractions, destinations, sights and much more.
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Serbs from all over the world
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Wendy Spencer
We supply coat of arms & surname histories to trade & retail, outlets nationwide inc. historic houses, castles and tourist attractions. Tweets by Jo & Wendy
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Somerset
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Uk & Europe Travel
I Love Sharing Information About Uk and European Travel, Leisure And Tourist Attractions
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Serial Jet Setter ✈️
Travel, culture & curiosity. An independent travel blog for those looking for more than just the top 10 tourist attractions 📧[email protected]
3 651
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Scotland
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Seattle Attractions
The official account for greater Seattle's Premier tourist Attractions. Follow us for vacation/staycation ideas, travel tips, & local happenings! #EnjoySeattle
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Seattle, Washington
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SIGHTSEEING IN LVIV!
Our tours of Lviv allows you to explore the city's top tourist attractions at your own pace. Let's Discover most beautiful city in Ukraine!
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3 147
Ukraina
10
HELLOSHINE TOURS Ltd
we are well conversant with every Rwanda tourist attractions. And that is great source of our pride as a competent tour operator. Contact us: +250 782991015
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Rwanda

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Romania
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Welcome to the Channel SEJAUH MATA MELIHAT TV at Walkers' TV. This channel is about the adventures of transportation in Indonesia and several selected tourist attractions in Indonesia. We will update every day. For endorsement submissions and other business cooperation, please DM (Direct message) on the Instagram account @Sejauh_Mata_Melihat_Transport. Don't forget to subscribe and press the bell button so you don't miss our updates. Thank you....!
Fri, 16 Nov 2012
10 362 280
Indonesia
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復興庁の公式YouTubeチャンネルへようこそ。 東日本大震災の被災地の復興の状況や東北の魅力、風評対策に関する動画などを公開していきます。 ぜひご覧ください。 Welcome to the official YouTube channel of the Reconstruction Agency. We will upload various videos on the reconstruction and revitalization efforts in the area hit by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, and introduce to you tourist attractions and local specialties in the region.
Sun, 11 Oct 2020
9 850 286
Japan
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大家好,我是Jordan Youtube副頻道「Jordan日常」 https://bit.ly/3hhOQDg 本頻道主要是介紹旅遊、住宿及美食景點,拍攝主題包括美食、親子景點、登山、健行、古蹟、自行車、度假村、飯店、賞花、看飛機… 如果你那邊有不錯的景點想介紹給大家,也歡迎留言或私訊給我哦! Jordan到處走粉絲頁 https://www.facebook.com/Jordan%E5%88%B0%E8%99%95%E8%B5%B0-454653552055113/ ------以上為我的破英文版------ Hello, this is Jordan I like to travel around not only myself but with my family. I like to take pictures not only for scenery but my kids. Through this channel , I would like to share all kinds of tourist attractions in Taiwan. If you want to share some tourist attraction , do not be shy to contact me. https://www.facebook.com/Jordan%E5%88%B0%E8%99%95%E8%B5%B0-454653552055113/ 商業配合聯絡方式: 1. FB粉絲專頁「Jordan到處走」私訊 2. E-mail:[email protected]
Tue, 28 Jul 2015
9 157 749
Taiwan