II Jornadas Internacionais de Turismo

Estão agendadas para os dias 5, 6 e 7 de Novembro de 2009 as II Jornadas Internacionais de Turismo, subordinadas ao tema "Dinâmicas de Rede no Turismo Cultural e Religioso". Organizadas pela parceria CEDTUR (Centro de Estudos de Dinâmicas Territoriais e Desenvolvimento Turístico) e ISMAI (Instituto Superior da Maia), realizam-se de uma forma bipartida na Maia e Ponte de Lima.
Este encontro ambiciona ser um espaço de intercâmbio e debate científico e sociopolítico, de escala supranacional e âmbito interdisciplinar, sobre as dinâmicas emergentes do Turismo Cultural e Religioso, na sua interrelação com o desenvolvimento territorial.
As jornadas serão constituídas por 3 eixos temáticos:
1 - Da identidade territorial à valorização dos recursos patrimoniais;
2 - Rotas de peregrinação e experiência turística;
3 - Touring cultural, paisagístico e religioso.
Nestes eixos serão abordados temas como desenvolvimento regional, marketing territorial, turismo de locais de culto, recursos patrimoniais, rotas, entre outros.
Todas as informações actualizadas sobre o evento (programa, processo de inscrição e normas para submissão de resumos) estão disponíveis na página do CEDTUR.

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