International Journal of Cultural and Digital Tourism is an international, refereed (peer-reviewed) journal aiming to promote and enhance research in all fields of cultural and heritage tourism, including tourism marketing and management, gastronomy, regional planning and leisure. The journal is published twice per year (in Spring and in Autumn) by the International Association of Cultural and Digital Tourism (IACUDIT)
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