Industrial Heritage and Agri/Rural Tourism in Europe

15-01-2013

This report provides a description and analysis of how, why, when and where industrial heritage based tourism and rural tourism have developed in Europe. It discusses current issues in those subjects and suggests ways in which both activities could be expanded, made more viable and sustainable, and so deliver greater economic, environmental and socio-cultural benefits for the local communities involved and for Europe as a whole.

This report provides a description and analysis of how, why, when and where industrial heritage based tourism and rural tourism have developed in Europe. It discusses current issues in those subjects and suggests ways in which both activities could be expanded, made more viable and sustainable, and so deliver greater economic, environmental and socio-cultural benefits for the local communities involved and for Europe as a whole.

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Bernard Lane, Richard Weston (Institute of Transport and Tourism, the UK), Nick Davies (Institute of Transport and Tourism, the UK), Elisabeth Kastenholz, Joana Lima and Janusz Majewsjki