EIRP Proceedings, Vol 12 (2017)

E- Tourism

Dan Pauna

Abstract


The aim of this paper is to emphasize that part of tourist activity which we interact with the most often. It is the service we use more and more, a package of services we dream of and buy without knowing what actually lies behind the advertisement on an Internet site. This e-tourism, developed in an exponential rate during the last 10 years, offers a unique opportunity to interact with the virtual environment where the market is a control box accessed both by supply and demand. This study refers to the occurrence and development of internet booking services. 


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