TOURISM OF THE FUTURE CONTRARY TO THE FUTURE OF TOURISM
Traditional comprehension of holidays or vacations as the needs for future better and more effective work and fulfilment of assignments, slowly will make a place to a somewhat different philosophical understanding of these notions where holiday or rest or relaxation acquires the place and function in the everyday life. In such a liberated way of life which is free and unrestricted by planned obligations anticipated for the activities, the content of holiday and even the touristic type of holiday would change as well.
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