publication . Article . 2010


Alexandra Zbuchea; MIHAELA DINU;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2010
Students could be important clients for travel agents since they do not have strong family - or even professional - responsibilities, they are more flexible in terms of the available time, they are more dynamic and eager for new experiences. Still, travel agents seem not to target them so much, probably considering that they prefer selforganized travels. In order to attract this special segment of tourists, more exploration is needed, to develop the profile of students as tourists, to uncover their interests in the field. The present study investigates the profile of Romanian students, both undergraduates and master-degree students, as cultural tourists. The res...
free text keywords: students, cultural tourism, tourism patterns, Romania, jel:L83
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