A typical theoretical definition calls tourism "those relationships and phenomena which accrue from a journey and a sojourn for the visitor to a locality, provided that no residence is founded by the sojourn and that no employment is connected with it" [33. 270]. The French word tour (m.), derived from the Greek tornos ('tool for drawing a circle'; 'that which is turned') by way of …
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