New books on tourism planning in Europe

We have recently published two new volumes on tourism planning and organisation in Europe in our Aspects of  Tourism series. Both Trends in European Tourism Planning and Organisation and European Tourism Planning and Organisation Systems are edited by Carlos Costa, Emese Panyik and Dimitrios Buhalis.

Trends in European Tourism Planning and Organisation

The first volume focuses on key trends in European tourism organisation and identifies leading practices in tourism planning. The second volume, on the other hand, provides a systematic, country-by-country analysis of tourism policy, planning and organisation in the EU member states.

Simon Darcy says the following of the Trends volume: “Costa, Panyik and Buhalis have provided a highly insightful edited exposition of European tourism planning in the context of the new global world order.”

Receiving similar praise, the second volume, European Tourism Planning and Organisation Systems, is described as a ” ‘must have’ volume” and “an excellent compendium” by Dianne Dredge.

European Tourism Planning and Organisation SystemsBoth volumes include contributions from a range of internationally renowned scholars and will be useful for anyone working in the field of tourism management and governance.

Both books are available to buy from our website with free shipping.

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