In the sphere of the GUEST UP project, Turistica is hosting the Senior Investigator from Historic England Allan Brodie.
The lectures will be held:
On Monday, 6 November 2017, from 14:00 to 16:00, classroom 001
Spas, Travel and the Origins of Tourism in Britain
This paper describes the origins of tourism in Britain and links it back to the tradition of pilgrimage. It also describes how in the 16th century spas began to be a key tourist destination, and continued to be popular through the 18th century.
On Tuesday, 7. 11. 2017, from 16:00 to 18:00, classroom 309
Heritage, Tourism and Leisure since 1945
This presentation will begin by outlining how Britain’s heritage is managed and how this is a culmination of centuries of travel to discover the country’s history. In the second part of the presentation, the story of the changing tourism and leisure market since 1945 will describe how Britain’s holiday habits have changed, particularly in response to foreign competition.
On Wednesday, 8. 11. 2017, from 16:00 to 18:00, unit Ljubljana – Classroom 2 – Pivovarniška 6
Seaside Holidays in Britain 1700-1945
Britain became the first country to embrace the seaside for health and recreation in the 18th century. This paper examines the origins of this new phenomenon traces and how an activity once limited to a handful of wealthy people, became a universal experience by the 20th century.
Investment is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union under the European Social Fund: www.eu-skladi.si