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Cultural Tourism as It Developed from the Time of the "Grand Tour"
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Cultural tourism as it developed from the time of the ‘Grand Tour’ Table of Contents Introduction 2 The Grand Tour 2 The Geography of Travel 4 Culture Tourism 5 Conclusion 7 Bibliography 8 Cultural tourism as it developed from the time of the ‘Grand Tour’ Introduction The concept of cultural tourism can be traced back to the emergence of a middle class that formed the elite who desired to travel to other cultures in order to establish a world view.
Technology has been an important aspect of modern travel, the trains, planes, and automobiles that transport the traveller from one place to another an important part of facilitating travel. Cultural tourism has developed through the interest that has developed about certain areas of the world in which local offerings through culture, education, or merely through fun have supported an economic advantage to grow around a specific set of areas of interest. The Grand Tour The concept of the ‘Grand Tour’ was based upon 16th and 17th century educational tours that emerged in England and Ireland after the Reformation when Catholic pilgrimages were no longer possible under the new structures of religion that had become the Church of England. Britain is one of the first countries to establish a culture which can be observed for practices of tourism (Williams By the 18th century the travel experiences were referred to as the ‘Grand Tour’, a phrase that was first seen in a travel guide published in 1679 by Richard Lassel titled An Italian Voyage. ...
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