What is tourism in the Middle Ages?
Tourist trips were limited to religious tourism throughout the medieval era. Tourism and pilgrimage will come to mean the same thing. There were trips to hot spring sites of the ancient Romans that continued to function. Saturnia was one of them. Thermal baths were also installed in abbeys or monasteries managed by religious orders that kept the facilities in good condition for use.
What was The Grand Tour?
The Grand Tour. The English noble families began to manage the education that their children received, destined to occupy positions of importance in the near future. As a culmination of this education, it was advisable to take a trip through continental Europe. They traveled to discover the sacred places of classical culture, but also to come into contact with European high society.
What is History of Modern Tourism?
Modern tourism was born in the 19th century, as a consequence of the Industrial Revolution, with movements whose main motivation is leisure, rest, culture, health, business or family relationships. But there is already a history of tourist travel in Ancient Greece, the Roman Empire, the Middle Ages and before the industrial revolution.
What is the History of Tourism in the United States?
In 1880, the cities of New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington DC. They already received tourists. In the early twentieth century the automobile facilitated travel between states. Especially there was tourism to the National Parks. Yellowstone and Yosemite (1890), Acadia (1916), Grand Canyon and Zion (1919), Bryce (1928). Great Smoky Mountain (1934). Shenandoah National Park (1935)