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Tourist Travel to a country other than that in which s/he is domiciledhas her/his usual residence but outside his/her usual environment for a period of at least one day but not more than one year whose main purpose of visit is other than the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the country visited
Travelling for leisure recreation and holidays visiting friends and relatives business and professional health treatment religion other purposes
Tourism people travelling to and staying in places a) inbound: entering a country from their own country of origin b) outbound: leave their country of origin to travel to another country
TRAVELERS Involved in tourism statistics Not involved in tourism statisticsOvernight visitors Same-day visitors TOURISTS EXCURSIONISTS
Greek travel primarily by sea pleasure travel currency exchange was developed
Roman excellent roads and waterways sport gladiator fights sightseeing to Greece touring Egypt roads fell into disuse since barbarians made it unsafe to travel
The Middle Ages members of the ruling classes travelled to their distant estates knights went to hunt or seek new adventure apprentices were seeking work or went to study at famous workshops students travelled to study with famous scientists actors went from inn to inn reciting poetry pilgrims appeared as the Crusade to the Holy Land began
The Modern Age 17th century: Grand Tours 18th century: travel for health The Industrial Revolution: accelerated the movement from rural to urban areas