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  1. I don't have a proper education,so I can't judge such things.But it seems to me that even in the words themselves, in their syntax, etymology, there are differences.Tourism – what does this word( purely from an experimental point of view, not scientific) tour-mean ? By the word tour-related, we usually mean the route laid out in advance, that is, the beginning, end and main directions of movement are agreed upon,while you know the entire road intellectually in advance, and the tour will be a personal experience confirmation of your intellectual knowledge. – ism, as we know, can mean passion for something. In turn, the way -,
    – procession, makes us understand unequivocally that it is not the road that follows the person, but the person behind the road,that is, there is no strong intellectual knowledge of the subsequent places that you will visit. Simply put, tourism gives you confirmation of an idea, and travel is a new idea. In a way.

  2. Tourism – travel, temporary movement of people with permanent residence to another country/on the territory of their country in the period from 24 hours to 1 year without engaging in paid activities. And a tourist is a person who does all this.

    About the journey, I don't know if it's right if I say it's the same thing

  3. From a scientific point of view, travel refers to any movement of people in space. A person who makes a journey, regardless of what goals he pursues, in what direction he moves, what means of transportation he uses, and for how long, is called a traveler.�

    Travel as an activity has been known since ancient times. Seafarers discovered new lands, conquered vast expanses of the sea, pilgrims sought to spread their faith and religion, visited holy places for worship and protection.

    The birth of tourism did not occur earlier than the middle of the XIX century. It is associated with Thomas Cook. In 1843, T. Cook organized the first excursion to the neighboring city for his flock. Later, the excursion business grew into a successful business.

    According to UN documents, tourism is the activity of individuals who travel and stay in places outside their normal environment for a period not exceeding one consecutive year (in Russian legislation-no more than 6 months), for the purpose of recreation, recreation, cultural, educational and other purposes, without engaging in activities related to income generation. Today, this definition of tourism is the most widespread and legalized in many countries of the world.

    We can say that tourism is a new form of travel, its special case. It has clearly defined characteristics and properties. The main difference between tourism and travel is its regularity and the presence of a clear (defined) goal. This goal is a priority for the tourist, and achieving (or not achieving) it is the basis for making decisions about the effectiveness of the entire tourist trip.

    It is the presence of exactly one main, priority goal that characterizes tourism as a special type of activity, different from travel.

  4. The point is simple:

    A tourist is a person who temporarily (from 24 hours to 6 months in a row, or who spends at least one night) visits a country/place for the following purposes::

    recreation, sports, health and wellness visits, religious visits, business trips, etc., without engaging in activities related to earning income from sources in the country / place.

    Traveler — a person who moves along a certain pre-planned or spontaneous route, usually involving several countries/places; with intentions other than recreation and entertainment.

    In a nutshell, a tourist is a person who practices beach and other recreation, issued through travel agencies or independently. The traveler also makes longer trips, in order to get to know the country/place, immerse himself in its culture and traditions.

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