The Covid-19 pandemic in the early months of 2020 caused, in Italy, a great breakdown to tourism flows interrupting to the strong increasing trend of the previous decade. However, 2021 recorded the first signs of recovery, also confirmed by the 2022 season, thanks to the rediscovery of a “slow” and sustainable tourism, the tourism of small villages and green paths that triggered compensatory phenomena, although mainly consisting of from internal tourism flows. In the last two years, under the pressure of the health emergency, Italian small cities and villages have been among the most demanded tourist destinations, far from the standard itineraries, as they are considered places where it is possible to enjoy opportunities and wider spaces and where combine the need for freedom with greater security. In this framework, the paper deals with the slow tourism focusing on the small villages, the cities of good living and outdoor itineraries by the analysis of some typical practices of slow travel.

Scenari turistici dopo il Covid. La riscoperta del turismo lento

Tocci Giovanni
2022-01-01

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic in the early months of 2020 caused, in Italy, a great breakdown to tourism flows interrupting to the strong increasing trend of the previous decade. However, 2021 recorded the first signs of recovery, also confirmed by the 2022 season, thanks to the rediscovery of a “slow” and sustainable tourism, the tourism of small villages and green paths that triggered compensatory phenomena, although mainly consisting of from internal tourism flows. In the last two years, under the pressure of the health emergency, Italian small cities and villages have been among the most demanded tourist destinations, far from the standard itineraries, as they are considered places where it is possible to enjoy opportunities and wider spaces and where combine the need for freedom with greater security. In this framework, the paper deals with the slow tourism focusing on the small villages, the cities of good living and outdoor itineraries by the analysis of some typical practices of slow travel.
978-2-931089-30-9
Slow Tourism, sustainability, small villages, green paths
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