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Youth tourism: the opportunities for France (2nd part)


, : Youth tourism: the opportunities for France (2nd part). Espaces Paris ( 118): 19-43

Despite recession, youth tourism has become, particularly in developed countries, a new and significantly expanding market. Increasingly, its needs and characteristics are diverse and difficult to determine. No longer can young tourists be correlated with the image of the young travellers or globetrotters of the 1960s-1980s. Today, they are more selective, demanding and discerning in their tastes and choice of holiday and destination, and have a wider variety of needs.

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