INTERCULTURALITY – A FACTOR OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT (PART 1 - GASTRONOMY IN TOURISM, ATTRACTION OR IMPEDIMENT)

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Ispas Andreia; Babaita Carmen; Istodor Daniela;
(2009)
  • Publisher: University of Oradea
  • Journal: Annals of the University of Oradea: Economic Science,volume 2,issue 1 May,pages23-28 (issn: 1222-569X, eissn: 1582-5450)
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  • Subject: HF5001-6182 | Business | tourism | gastronomy | advertising | interculturality | tourism product | HG1-9999 | tradition | tourism, gastronomy, tradition, interculturality, advertising, tourism product | Finance
    • jel: jel:L83 | jel:O18 | jel:M10 | jel:M14

In order to transmit a culture without altering it, while creating tourism, cultural and religious products, a variety of details must be taken into account regarding the basic tourism services such as accommodations and food. (gastronomy) These services
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