Click here to download

Le nuove tendenze del turismo di lusso: elementi indicativi delle preferenze del turista del futuro
Author/s:  Gabriella Pappadà 
Year:  2019 Issue: 109 Language: Italian 
Pages:  16 Pg. 99-114 FullText PDF:  239 KB
DOI:  10.3280/QUA2019-109007
(DOI is like a bar code for intellectual property: to have more infomation:  clicca qui   and here 

The concept of luxury tourism is changing, in the past this concept was linked to transport and accomodation whereas today the priority is to search exclusive ex-periences. Luxury tourism doesn’t include only high net income but also people with regular earnings. The growth of luxury tourism is especially due to an increasing number of traveller: from one point of view there are more travellers from emerging countries, from another point of view there are travellers from European and American countries that demand luxury tourism for the first time. The growth includes all segments of luxury tourism with particular references to long haul flights. In the next 10 years, it is estimated that the luxury phenomenon will interest especially BRIC countries. There are an increasing number of people with high in-comes who will desire to travel, especially in Pacific Asia. This chapter presents the detailed information on destinations, targeted tourists and their customer behaviours, reporting national and international sources.

  1. Ainis B. (2018). Luxury Tourism., 4/2017, pp. 150-155.
  2. Antonioli Corigliano M., Bricchi S. (2017). “Il turismo di lusso: stato attuale e potenzialità”. Relazione presentata alla BIT di Milano nel 2017.
  3. Becheri E., Micera R., Morvillo A. (2018). XXI Edizione del Rapporto sul Turismo italiano 2016/2017.
  4. Capgemini (2018). World Wealth Report 2018, USA.
  5. GWI (2018). Global Wellness Tourism Economy.
  6. Resonance (2016). The future of luxury travel. USA

Gabriella Pappadà, in "QUADERNI DI ECONOMIA DEL LAVORO" 109/2019, pp. 99-114, DOI:10.3280/QUA2019-109007


FrancoAngeli is a member of Publishers International Linking Association a not for profit orgasnization wich runs the CrossRef service, enabing links to and from online scholarly content