Secondary tourist/recreational resources

Facilities that have been built specifically for tourism and leisure e.g. accommodation, catering, entertainment and shopping. 

Primary tourist/recreational resources

The pre-existing attractions for tourism or recreation (that is, those not built specifically for the purpose), including climate, scenery, wildlife, indigenous people, cultural and heritage sites.

 

 
 

venice & tourism

 
  1. Draw a sketch map showing the location of Venice in Italy
  2. Describe the location of Venice
  3. Research facts about tourism in Venice and create a factfile
 
 
 

distribution of primary and secondary tourist resources

  1. Using Tripadvisor (map view), research and plot the location of primary and secondary resources in Venice.
  2. Aim to have 5-10 for each topic.
  3. Use a different colour for each type.
  4. Describe the distribution you have mapped.
 

secondary tourist resources

primary tourist resources

THINGS TO DO IN VENICE (SOME PRIMARY RESOURCES)

THINGS TO DO IN VENICE (SOME PRIMARY RESOURCES)

HOTELS IN VENICE (SECONDARY RESOURCES)

RESTAURANTS IN VENICE (SECONDARY RESOURCES)

 
 

TOURISM MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

CONFLICT BETWEEN LOCAL RESIDENTS AND VISITORS

  1. Access the resources below and list specific examples of management strategies in Venice under the following titles:
    • manage tourist demands
    • maximise capacity
    • minimise conflict between local residents and visitors
    • avoid environmental damage
  2. Continue research online to find other examples of how this problem is being managed