Tourism is generally considered to be a leisure trip. However, in recent years, including any person who is traveling or living outside of it is the work. Some sources mentioned that tourists who are traveling less than 24 hours and not more than 1 year When word came from tourist class passengers who joined the aristocracy. Daratr and longer life of the community, it would be obvious that the lower and middle classes of society who had a steady job in the health savings (savings) retires sufficient. Most tourists to the weather more than anything else, are interested in the culture of its nature. The rich have always traveled to distant places, not randomly, but in the end a special purpose: to see great buildings or other works of art. Learn new languages and tasting different foods. Organised tourism is now a part three / industry is very important in the whole world. Much of the national economy is heavily reliant on tourism. The term tourism is sometimes used as ironic. To show a shallow interest in the societies and natural wonders that tourists can see it.
The words tourist and tourism were first used officially in 1937 by the
League of Nations but the tourism industry is much older than that.
This was the word used when a person has 24 hours to travel from city
to overseas. The word also means to travel within the country and even
it can also be extended day trips. King George III of Great Britain is known as the first tourist, who was
a patient in the coastal town Vymvs spent his holidays. Tourism, like any other economic activity arises when the elements come
together and bring it into existence. Here there are three elements:
* Variable income is the money to spend on non-essentials.
* Time to spend.
* Organize and facilitate housing in most vehicles
The physical health condition. In addition, some countries also tend to
travel restrictions on travel or are out there. Especially traveling
abroad. Word tour in the eighteenth century it was widely accepted., When the
Grand Tour of Europe education or English nobleman, educated and
wealthy men of culture. Grand tours especially young people to complete
their education was held. They traveled all over Europe, particularly
to places of cultural and beautiful cities like Rome, Tuscany and the
Alps. Most English eighteenth-century artists known as the Grand Tour. The
great European contemporaries artists such as Claude Lorrain.
Architecture, art and literature are always reaching an audience in
Rome, Naples, Florence attracts. Romantic movement (School of Romanticism) (the English poet William
Blake and Lord Byron more than others, were inspired by it), the people
of the surrounding towns that were built in the Gothic style, the Alps,
fast flowing rivers and mountain gorge and so intimate.
English aristocrats were more than keen to do a big tour and a chance
to gather art treasures from around the Eurozone would use them to add
to their collections. The number of art treasures that were moved from
Europe to the UK is incomparable with the rest of Europe and that is
why the current private wealth and public collections. However, at that
time, although tourism was seen in the upper-class and educated people,
however, was originally a cultural movement. Despite the original Grand
Tourists, they were more travelers than tourists.Tourism in the modern sense did not develop until the nineteenth
century. More extensive field excursions, which today makes up the
The leisure and social reasons English was made. Britain was the first
industrialized country in Europe. Industrial society was the first
society to a growing number of people offered their time for leisure.
Not just the working class but the owners of the machinery of
production, the few rich and wealthy factory owners, merchants, and the
new middle class.
Excursion as part of a field of cultural tourism, health tourism
expanded. Some English travelers, after they decided to travel to
warmer areas of southern Europe or the cold season and stay there for
life. But this was only a small improvement.
Leisure tourism really did not develop until the nineteenth century.
When people gradually began to spend the winter in warmer climates. Or
from places like spa visits that are beneficial to health. Popular for
treating diseases from gout to liver disorders and bronchitis were the
springs. English roots of modern industry in many names of places to be
seen. Nice is one of the earliest and most well constructed of a
holiday in France is located in Riva, a wide promenade along the
coastline, known to this day as the outing even angels or historical
sites in Europe, the Palace Hotel The names of such well-known. Hotel
Bristol, the Hotel Carlton or the Hotel Mjstyk does the dominance of
English customers in areas that were built in the early years. Even in
winter sports as entertainment and not a way to fit exercise into Jabb
by Gzrat English classes were developed.
The English tourists who were in the village of Zermatt Winter Sports
"Wallace, Switzerland) was developed. Until the first tourists arrived
in Zermatt village, the villagers view the winter when the best time to
stay at home and make a sconce or other metallic objects! . Sport
Organized by the other countries in Britain was achieved. Sports
Vocabulary witness to this: rugby, football and boxing, all sports are
in English. And even Tennis, originally a French sport, was developed
by an English and officially came into force. And the first tennis
championship was held at Wimbledon English in the 19th century. Winter
sports were a natural answer for a leisured class looking for amusement
season of the year. Mass tourism did not develop until two things had
The biggest change was the invention of the railroad on Fifth July
1841's first concert tour in history. Thus, for a group of followers of
a train drinker hired as the end (the charter) from Leicester Rally
(Rally) Rough in which they were first found 20 miles away. Cook
immediately saw the potential for business development in the sector
and will become the first tour. He was soon followed by others, and the
result was that the tourism
industry has developed rapidly in early Victorian Britain. The first
move is being supported by Tyqh mean, who could afford to travel and
take time off work and even had the time to stay in boarding houses. In
any case, the Bank Holiday Act 1871 for the first time passed the
constitutional right of workers to go on vacation. Even if they were
not paid on time. The combination of short holiday periods, travel
occasional outing to the first concept that emerged in England seaside
towns that were central to the major cities and industries possible to
close the growth.
People who lived in cities in North Snty able to Blackpool in
, And Scarborough's "Yorkshire) go. Residents of the western Mrylndz -
Super - Mare Asknys went to the Lincoln Shire. They also have South
London residents - News, Bravd Astrz, Brighton, East Bourne and some of
the lesser-known places to go. But for one century, tourism remained a
national industry. Few of occasional outing like much of the island
came Hrvgyt. Dutch company to help accelerate the process of Parks
A similar trend was also observed in other countries. Although much
slower rate than that indicated in the industrialization of nineteenth
century England, has surpassed other countries. Billie Holiday camps
Bvtln Sbkh affordable house affordable accommodations and food were
nice enough to build the nearby beach. Other companies such as Pvntyns
imitate it, but with the increasing number of tour and accommodations
that travelers were accustomed to at home, their popularity declined.'s
America's first big outing to the beach sometimes Sbkh European
Atlantic City, New Jersey.
In Europe, the first ever outing, including Ostende (where were the
inhabitants of Brussels), and Boulogne - sur - Mer (a - d - Cl) and
Dvvyy "Kalvadvs) (where Parisians go there. However, the slow speed
railway line to the tourism industry even
internationally. Until 1901, those numbers through the English Channel
from England to France and Belgium were half a million people a year.
Other phenomena that helped develop the travel industry were paid
holidays. Holiday for 108 million workers in 1925, employers are
handmade, they were paid. By 1939, 11 million people had been paid
holidays (30% of households took advantage of the situation). In 1963
the railway line from what was done for domestic tourism,
airlines and tour have done for international tourism. 100 years ago
today simply as the London to Brighton residents were able to go
Tourism has become a money-making industry, and a rapidly increasing
pace of annual growth in advanced countries. Tourism vulnerability in
many developing countries are rising rapidly in many countries, often
in the most important economic activity in the tourism branch of the
local GDP.Mass tourism in recent years has been on the decline and
stagnation. Kvstadl soul and Balyyars the 1980s and 1990s had attracted
millions of tourists and other casual outing that attracts fewer
tourists who are on a downturn. Ken Kahn CM. Majority believe that this
outing are often dirty and ugly, and despite the popularity of its
glory in the past is old news. Mass tourism economy has been hit hard
in recent years.