Perspectives on proximity tourism planning in peri-urban areas
Proximity tourism planning is regarded as a significant challenge at the present time. This paper conceptualizes this type of tourism and justifies the need to approach it in post-coronavirus spatial planning scenarios, especially for addressing the peri-urban areas of medium and large cities, intermediate spaces of the contemporary urban model that have hardly been considered as tourism geographies. The conceptualization of proximity tourism and the justification of its current relevance are completed by a tourism planning proposal for the peri-urban territory of the city of Seville (Spain), which visualizes an implementation channel for the exposed theoretical reflections.
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