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Caner Ünal, Aslıhan Dursun and Meltem Caber

References [1] Albayrak, T., & Caber, M. (2013). The symmetric and asymmetric influences of destination attributes on overall visitor satisfaction. Current Issues in Tourism, 16(2), 149-166 [2] AZ Travel (2008). Honeymoon trend survey, retrieved from: [3] Belk, R. W. (1988). Possessions and the extended self. Journal of Consumer Research, 15(2), 139-168 [4] Bertella, G. (2017). The emergence of Tuscany as a wedding destination: The role of local wedding planners. Tourism Planning & Development

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María de los Ángeles Tenor Peña, Jesús Claudio Pérez Gálvez, Tomás López-Guzmán and Miguel Jesús Medina Viruel

Management and Economy of the Company , 15(3), 171–184. Altunel, M. C. & Erkut, B. (2015). Cultural tourism in Istambul: the mediation effect of tourist experience and satisfaction on the relationship between involvement and recommendation intention. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, 4 , 213-221. Anderson, W., Juaneda, C. & Sastre, F. (2009). Influences of pro-all-inclusive travel decisions. Tourism Review , 64(2), 4-18. Bajs, I. (2015). Tourist perceived value, relationship to satisfaction, and behavioral intentions: the example of the

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Kateřina Ryglová, Ida Rašovská and Jakub Šácha

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Javid Seyidov and Roma Adomaitienė

References Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Azerbaijan web site. About tourism in Azerbaijan. Retrieved from Al-Tarawneh, H. A. (2012). “The main factors beyond decision making”. Journal of Management Research, Vol. 4, No 1, p. 1-23. DOI: 10.5296/jmr.v4i1.1184. Azerbaijan’s official tourism portal. Azerbaijan as tourism destination. Retrieved from Baker, D. A. and Crompton, J. L. (2000

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George Ariya, Noah Sitati and Bob Wishitemi

Tourism & Hospitality, Vol 4(4), pp. 1-7. [4] Avcikurt, C. (2003). Turizm Sosyolojisi. Detay Yayıncılık: Ankara. [5] Bajs, I. (2015). Tourist perceived value, relationship to satisfaction, and behavioral intentions: the example of the Croatian tourist destination Dubrovnik. Journal of Travel Research, 54(1), 122-134. [6] Beeton, S. (2004). Business issues in wildlife tourism. In K. Higginbottom (Ed.), Wildlife tourism: Impacts, management and planning (pp. 187–210). Altona, Victoria: Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd. [7] Burns, G. L. & Sofield, T

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Maciej Dębski

References 1. Bajs P. I. (2011), Attributes of tourist destinations as determinants of tourist perceived value , “International Journal of Management Cases”, Vol. 13, No. 3. 2. Catanet A., Catalina R. (2008), Competitiveness of Romania as a tourist destination , “Annals of the University of Oradea. The Economic Science Series”, Vol. 17, No. 4. 3. Crouch G. (2011), Destination Competitiveness . An analysis of determinant attributes, “Journal of Travel Research”, Vol. 50, No. 1. 4

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Maciej Jędrusik

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Flavia - Andreea Herle

Vieira, A.L. (2011). Destination Attributes’ Evaluation, Satisfaction and Behavioural Intentions: A Structural Modelling Approach, International Journal of Tourism Research, 15(1), pp. 66-80. [11] Christou, E. (2015). Branding Social Media in the Travel Industry, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 175(February), pp. 607-614. [12] Çoban, S. (2012). The Effects of the Image of Destination on Tourist Satisfaction and Loyalty: The Case of Cappadocia, European Journal of Social Sciences, 29(2), pp. 222-232. [13] Cocean

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Bogdan Gabriel Nistoreanu, Liliana Nicodim and Dan Mihnea Diaconescu


On a worldwide level, the dimension of tourism has been sustained and amplified by globalisation. This has facilitated not just easier travel, but also the internationalisation of food from the national kitchens. One of the interesting segments of the immaterial regional cultural heritage is the local gastronomic arts. Each destination has its own cultural vision linked to the area, region, and country which generate corresponding gastronomic identities. The link between local cuisine and national identity is deeply rooted in all ethnicities because food has forever been central to the day to day rituals. A distinctive trait of many cultures is given by the type of food and drinks we associate with them. Currently, many of these are available outside the borders, globalisation being largely responsible to the spread of food and drinks beyond the traditional cultural borders: Mexican and Italian food are very popular in the USA, Indian food in Great Britain, Chinese in the whole world. That is why local gastronomy is considered as being a vital part of culture and community and this is the reason for which it must be kept and protected. The gastronomy is an attribute of the identity of a destination: countries are usually characterised by one or two culinary plates, considered to be emblematic for the nation just like the national flag.

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Yann Abdourazakou, Guillaume Penel and Philippe Masson

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