2 edition of Slow travel and tourism found in the catalog.
Slow travel and tourism
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Simone Fullagar, Kevin Markwell and Erica Wilson|
|Series||Aspects of tourism -- v. 54|
|LC Classifications||G155.A1 S5625 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781845412814, 9781845412807, 9781845412821|
|LC Control Number||2011048974|
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The authors explain slow travel as holiday travel where air and car transport is rejected in favour of more environmentally benign forms of overland transport, which generally take much longer Cited by: The authors explain slow travel as holiday travel where air and car transport is rejected in favour of more environmentally benign forms of overland transport, which generally take much longer and become incorporated as part of the holiday experience.
The book critically examines the key trends in tourism transport 5/5(4). In order to do this the book explores the concept of slow travel and sets out its core ingredients, comparing it with related frameworks such as low-carbon tourism and sustainable tourism development.
The Slow travel and tourism book explain slow travel as holiday travel where air and car transport is rejected in favour of more environmentally benign forms of overland transport, which generally take much longer Cited by: In order to do this the book explores the concept of slow travel and sets out its core ingredients, comparing it with related frameworks such as low-carbon tourism and sustainable tourism 5/5(1).
Slow Travel: A Movement is a beautifully designed and practical compendium of places, activities, tours and experiences that will inspire you to get on the road in your own time and on your own terms. This book explores slow travel as a physical or philosophical endeavor, taking readers off the beaten track and through nature, and unveils journeys that will nurture talent and ignite the inner-self.3/5(1).
'Slow Travel and Tourism will be of interest to al those interested in improving the sustainability of tourism and enhancing tourist experience. It is a very well researched book that provides. Slow travel, like other forms of tourism, has an impact on transitory routes and destinations.
The extent to which positive impacts can be nurtured and negative impacts minimized is the major issue for tourism planners seeking to achieve sustainable : Janet Dickinson, Les Lumsdon. Paul Peeters, Associate Professor NHTV University of Applied Sciences, Breda, The Netherlands 'Slow Travel and Tourism will be of interest to all those interested in improving the sustainability of tourism and enhancing tourist experience.
It is a very well researched book that provides detailed information on tourism transport and mobilities.'5/5(1). Slow tourism is all about giving time to a place. Destinations have a lot to offer. Many loving and warm people, elegant and pleasing views, ancient traditions and superb food.
But only with time at your hand, can you witness them all. For time is the only real currency we pay in. What a location can give you, only time can tell.
The aim of this book is to define slow travel and to discuss how some underlining values are likely to pervade new forms of sustainable development. It also aims to provide insights into the travel. Slow T r avel is an excellent book for those interested not only in the tourism tra vel modes but also those keen on learning more about the bar riers that exist currently and how they might be.
Slow Travel is a mindset that rejects traditional ideas of tourism and encourages you to soak in your environments and keep yourself open to new experiences.
The History of Slow Travel The first mentions of ‘slow travel’ by major travel publications began with. The aim of this book is to define slow travel and to discuss how some underlining values are likely to pervade new forms of sustainable development.
It also aims to provide insights into the travel experience; these are explored in several chapters which bring new knowledge about sustainable transport tourism from across the world. The Art of Slow Travel. Senior Editor Sarah Schlichter's idea of a perfect trip includes spotting exotic animals, hiking through pristine landscapes, exploring new neighborhoods on foot, and Author: Sarah Schlichter.
In order to do this the book explores the concept of slow travel and stets out its core ingredients, comparing it with related frameworks such as low-carbon tourism and sustainable tourism development. In order to do this the book explores the concept of slow travel and sets out its core ingredients, comparing it with related frameworks such as low-carbon tourism and sustainable tourism development.
The authors explain slow travel as holiday travel where air and car transport is rejected in favour of more environmentally benign forms of overland transport, which generally take much longer and become.
Slow travel takes the pressure to tick off all the usual tourist hotspots and emphasises on a leisurely-paced, quality-centric itinerary. It stresses on spending immersive span of time in one destination over hop scotching to a number of varied places. If there is time slow travellers then explore further afield, perhaps by train or hire car.
This slow exploration is in direct contrast to conventional travel that seeks to ‘hit’ the major tourist features in a 20 km radius. Slow travellers are freed from these tedious pressures of standard tourism. By exploring on foot and by bike there are. Slow Travel and Tourism: a tourist agency born thanks to the passion and enthusiasm of people united by the fusion of a “slow” way of life and the love for travel.
The rise of slow travel: 20 adventures to take at a leisurely pace whose book, In Praise of Slow, has become a manifesto for slow living. So we may not always recognise slow travel Author: Paul Bloomfield.
Slow guides to British regions: discover the spots that aren’t normally publicised, meet the locals, find where to eat the best food and discover the Britain you never knew existed with our expert local authors.
Inspired by the Slow Food movement, Slow Travel was founded by British guidebook author and travel journalist Paul Sullivan inwith the aim of encouraging people to travel deeper and more mindfully.
The magazine Hidden Europe, which first published the "Manifesto for Slow Travel," has particularly showcased slow travel, featuring articles that focus on unhurried, low-impact journeys and advocating a stronger engagement with communities that lie en route.
Slow travel is going to visit your friend who recently moved and learning what it’s like to live in that place, like we did when we road-tripped around the Western U.S.
While you may see everything you want from a small village in a day, it may take months, even years, to enter the flow of a major international city. Tips for Learning Tourism English from Travel Books.
Do not read tourism guides like a book. Even tourists do not read the entire guide from the beginning until the end. There is too much information about too many things in these books.
Instead, read a few sections from each part of the book. Focus on vocabulary and phrases. For the authors at the source of this trend (Babou and Callot b), slow tourism “is about slowing down the rate of tourism and a guarantee of rediscovering oneself (the physiological and the psychological); it is about low greenhouse gas emissions and it is a synonym of patience, peace of mind, deeper experiences, improved cultural understanding and knowledge” (Babou and Callot ).
Slow travel is seen as a group of associated ideas rather than as a watertight definition; it is a mindset about travel rather than a tangible product and concentrates on lack of speed rather than slowness per se. The conclusion shows it to be a growing part of the sustainable tourism paradigm and proposes a working definition of slow by: Pico Iyer’s latest book is The Art of Stillness (TED Books, £).
To buy a copy for £ with free UK p&p, callor go to Topics. Despite being a buzzword in the travel industry, many people don’t know what 'slow travel' actually is. It has been described as a philosophy, an ideology, a lifestyle choice, a new way of travelling, and – according to some fans – an attempt to reject the new while simultaneously embracing the old.
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Book railway tickets to Italy with Rail Europe ( ; ). Travel books have been written since Classical times. Those that are by notable authors and are themselves notable are listed here. Other books, even if by notable travel authors, are not included.
Note: Listed by year of publication of the majority of the writer's notable works. Anabasis - about the expedition of Cyrus the Younger, a Persian. Linda L. Lowry, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts–Amherst.
Her degrees include an M.A. in tourism development and travel administration from the George Washington University, Washington, DC, and a PhD in communication from the College of Social and Behavioral.
- Coverage of travel trends such as culinary tourism, wine tourism, agritourism, ecotourism, geotourism, slow tourism, heritage and cultural-based tourism, sustainable tourism, and recreation-based tourism.
- Cross-references and further readings - A Reader’s Guide grouping articles by. Slow travel is about connecting with a place. Instead of landing, ticking off a bunch of must-see sights and then leaving just as quickly, slow travel, as. Taking a global and multidisciplinary approach, The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Travel and Tourism brings together a team of international scholars to examine the travel and tourism industry, which is expected to grow at an annual rate of four percent for the next decade.
In more than entries spanning four comprehensive volumes, the Encyclopedia examines the business of tourism. Forums for travel in Europe - France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom, Ireland.
Meet Our Authors. Nicole Kow. Nicole is the Product Marketing Lead at TrekkSoft. She’s passionate about delivering a great experience to TrekkSoft’s customers and wants to make the technology more human, one word at a time. Slow Italy ® is the first slow traveler’s guide to Italy and the Italian way of life.
By the founder ofwho has been promoting a slow and deeper way of traveling in Italy since Slow Italy explores different ways to (re)discover Italy, which are both inspiring and more sustainable, by creating benefits for the local communities and diverting travelers away from.
One of the current trends in tourism is the so - called “slow travel”. This trend corresponds to the needs of a segment of tourists regarding waiver for quick and stressful tourism with a quiet interlude to regain energies and to enjoy theoretical concept of “slow tourism” summarizes the original idea of “wellbeing”, developed in by the american doctor Halbert Cited by: 2.
Sometimes the best way to get the most out of an experience is to slow it down a little—sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. Slow Travel: Inspiring Train Journeys | AFAR In the modern world, speed is often prized above quality.Discovering Belgium is a bit like pealing back the layers of an onion – each layer reveals a new and fascinating finding below.
Because of this diversity, Belgium is a slow traveller’s dream. We came to Belgium for two short years; we never dreamed we’d be applying for Belgian Citizenship one day.Ever since Entrelenguas opened inwe’ve been developing an alternative concept of tourism in Ronda, Spain through the Slow travel movement, offering travellers and tourists the opportunity to get to know the city and its surroundings in a different and captivating way.