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    Kessoum K.
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    Kessoum K.

    Tourism can be recognized as long as people have travelled; the narrative of Marco Polo in the 13th century; the "grand tour" of the British aristocracy to Europe in the 18th century; and the journeys of David Livingstone through Africa in the 19th century are all examples of early tourism. Thomas Cook is popularly regarded as the founder of inclusive tours with his use of a chartered train in 1841 to transport tourists from Loughborough to Leicester. Before the 1950s, tourism in Europe was mainly a domestic activity with some international travel between countries, mainly within continental Europe. In the period of recovery following World War II, a combination of circumstances provided an impetus to international travel. Among the important contributing factors were the growing number of people in employment, the increase in real disposable incomes and available leisure time, and changing social attitudes towards leisure and work. These factors combined to stimulate the latent demand for foreign travel and holidays. The emergence of specialist tour operators who organized inclusive holidays by purchasing transport, accommodation, and related services and selling these at a single price, brought foreign holidays within the price-range of a new and growing group of consumers. The "package" or "inclusive" tour democratized travel in Europe; foreign holidays were no longer the preserve of the affluent and socially lite classes.

    Makanjuola I.
    NG
    Makanjuola I.

    The first empire to be known for tourism is egypt. assyrian were the one to transport on chariot. the first resort to be found is seaside resort. Greece travel out for commercial sales which help them in their tourism industry. Greek was known for there good currency. many people starting pilgrim in the 12th century. Victorian era was when the spas and the seaside resort started. grand tour started in the 16th century. renaissance is when people started traveling purely to tour a particular area to gain new expirience.

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