publication . Article . 2011

FORMS OF YOUTH TRAVEL

Moisã Claudia Olimpia; Moisã Claudia Olimpia;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2011 Journal: Revista Tinerior Economisti(The Young Economists Journal), volume 1, issue 17 November, pages 118-122
Abstract
Taking into account the suite of motivation that youth has when practicing tourism, it can be said that the youth travel takes highly diverse forms. These forms are educational tourism, volunteer programs and “work and travel”, cultural exchanges or sports tourism and adventure travel. In this article, we identified and analyzed in detail the main forms of youth travel both internationally and in Romania. We also illustrated for each form of tourism the specific tourism products targeting young people and their preferred destinations.
Subjects
free text keywords: youth travel, forms of tourism, educational tourism, adventure travel., jel:L80, jel:L83

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