Module 4: L'industrie du tourisme - Secteurs - Équipements | fr - 693 - 47913
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    Theophania Osato A.
    GR
    Theophania Osato A.

    After finishing the course, how do i attain my certificate???

    Sarah F.
    GD
    Sarah F.

    Could smoking/non-smoking be considered as non-essential amenities? also pets being allowed?

    WAI P.
    TH
    WAI P.

    I am insterested on Tourists service job all over the world.

    Hilario A.
    ZW
    Hilario A.

    after finishing the course am i able to find a job wth these certificate

    RAMZA M.
    CD
    RAMZA M.

    what is the major amenities in tourist's destination

    RAMZA M.
    CD
    RAMZA M.

    list the 3 mains types of hotels chain

    RAMZA M.
    CD
    RAMZA M.

    give the 2 categories of infrastructures in the tourism

    Michael B.
    GH
    Michael B.

    Natural beauty such as beaches, tropical island resorts with coral reefs, hiking and camping in national parks, mountains and forests, are examples of traditional tourist attractions to spend summer vacations. Other examples of cultural tourist attractions include historical places, monuments, ancient temples, zoos, aquaria, museums and art galleries, botanical gardens, buildings and structures (e.g., castles, libraries, former prisons, skysers, bridges), theme parks and carnivals, living history museums, ethnic enclave communities, historic trains and cultural events. Factory tours, industrial heritage, creative art and crafts workshops are the object of cultural niches like industrial tourism and creative tourism. Many tourist attractions are also landmarks. Tourist attractions are also created to capitalise on legends such as a supposed UFO crash site near Roswell, New Mexico and the alleged Loch Ness monster sightings in Scotland. Ghost sightings also make tourist attractions. Ethnic communities may become tourist attractions, such as Chinatowns in the United States and the black British neighbourhood of Brixton in London, England. In the US, owners and marketers of attractions advertise tourist attractions on billboards along the side of highways and roadways, especially in remote areas. Tourist attractions often provide free promotional brochures and flyers in information centres, fast food restaurants, hotel and motel rooms or lobbies, and rest area. While some tourist attractions provide visitors a memorable experience for a reasonable admission charge or even for free, others can have a tendency to be of low quality and to overprice their goods and services (such as admission, food, and souvenirs) in order to profit from tourists excessively. Such places are commonly known as tourist traps.

    Neil C.
    HK
    Neil C.

    Hello! Can I download a PDF of this course so I can read it offline?

    Paul J.
    GB
    Paul J.

    Why has this not turned green??????

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