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Innovation today stands among the key aspects of tourism research. The pace of innovation experienced by the tourism industry has significantly triggered critical inquiries about the need to incorporate transformations about the effects on the sector or about the problems created by subjectivity and data protection among many others.
Under the swift pace of innovations from nowadays practitioners and scholars cannot entirely manage to grasp the ever-changing environment of tourism. Translating innovation is becoming increasingly difficult, yet it has to be done.
Otherwise, innovative avenues might be missed and limit the frontiers of tourism. On the other hand, important questions like what factors impede the restructuring of tourism despite the adoption of innovative solutions, how can stakeholders be more involved to promote innovation or what innovations tourism brings on, are in need of scrutiny.
Acknowledging tourism special problems that differently arise within the market and the theoretical field, the 7th International Conference on Tourism advances the challenge to explore the complex relations between innovation and tourism development.
Practitioners and business experiences have the chance to support the co-creation of value for all stakeholders and address a range of components of connectivity. Conversely, the scholars’ perspectives bring to the fore current issues as commented within the theoretical realm and how they respond along the geographical scale.
Viscri is about village life, the village with no source of technology, the image that has remained the same, in which the accommodation represents the houses of the countrymen. Even Charles, Prince of Wales chose to buy a house in this area. Every year Viscri gets a higher number of tourists because they have a fully rural experience, for instance enjoying the dishes cooked in the oven and then served in the house yard, parades of 300 cows, and a walk through the village where time seems to be passing slowly. Rural Experience
Village of Criț. Even if it is hard to believe, we have a county fortress from the 14 th – 15th centuries with the Evangelical church from the enclosure. With a rich history that goes back nearly 2,000 years ago, Criț is the village with everything and it waits you with bread, mud, pottery workshops, bicycle rides through the Saxon villages, rides at the buffalo farm, unique Romanian slow food recipes and so on. Culinary experience
Mălâncrav is the village detached from grandparents’ stories where tourists are attracted by the well preserved traditions and customs. Ancient crafts are a magnet for tourists and the accommodation is ensured at the countrymen’s guest houses. The Mihai Eminescu Trust Foundation has put its mark on Mălâncrav by promoting the place. Craft Fairs Experience
Sighișoara is a medieval town from the Middle Ages, located in the heart of Transylvania. It is worth visiting since it has the medieval fortress, historically linked to Vlad Tepes’s father, Vlad Dracul, who lived in the fortress. It is also popular for the Medieval Festival of Sighișoara that takes place in late July each year. Medieval Experience
Peleș Castle was introduced to the list of the world’s finest 10 structures along with castles in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Russia and Japan. It was built at the initiative of King Carol I of Romania to serve as a summer residence. After 1914 the castle had a representation and museum function, holding 106 rooms. Royal Experience
|Submission of full paper||5th of May, 2019|
|Notification to authors of acceptance||20th of May, 2019|
|Payment and registration deadline||31st of May, 2019|
The 7th International Conference on Tourism Contemporary Approaches and Challenges of Tourism Sustainability will be held in Transylvania, Romania.
The conference will be held in a new building, arranged as a hotel, with well-equipped meeting space and around 33 rooms with all amenities.