TOURISM - An International Interdisciplinary Journal
Volume 67 / 2019 / Number 1 ISSN 1332-7461
Food for tourists: A need or a pleasure?
Food tourism has been a largely studied topic during the twenty-first century. However, there are still knowledge gaps in terms of approaching food tourism research from a visitor and tourist perspective. In front of the huge variety of practices offered by food and culinary tourism, academic works focused on motivation factors become crucial for accurate planning and adequate management of food and tourism linkages in destinations.
culinary heritage; destination management; food tourism; tourism marketing
Articles in this issue:
- Job stress and performance nexus in tourism industry: A moderation analysis (6-21)
- "But we were here first:" Mass tourism development and contestation over space in coastal Jamaica (22-33)
- Key sources when formulating competitive advantages for hotel chains (34-46)
- Discovering the food travel preferences of university students (47-58)
- The role of job satisfaction and intrinsic motivation on hygienic attitudes and behaviours in fast-food restaurants (59-72)
- Assessment of tourist security in Quito city through importance - performance analysis (73-86)
- Food for tourists: A need or a pleasure? (87-89)
- Luxury tourists and their preferences: Perspectives in the Czech Republic (90-95)