نوع مقاله : نقطهنظر/ نقدنظر
دکتری منظر شهری، دانشگاه پاریس 8، فرانسه/پژوهشکدۀ نظر، ایران.
عنوان مقاله [English]
The expansion of cities and the change in the urbanization system have led to the increased activity duration in cities and the continuation of part of daytime activities during the night. In this sense, the night is an opportunity to redefine the urban landscape in a period, and this definition is different from urban society and urban tourism. The term “night tourism” refers to any kind of tourism that occurs between sunset and sunrise. Therefore, this type of tourism is raised by the time when tourism activities are carried out and their spatial limits, not by the nature of these activities and their motivations.Despite the development of the “Master Nightscape Plan” in official documents and academic literature, the term “night tourism” has not yet been correctly defined, and the night tourism classification has not been analyzed in terms of the type of audience, the selection of a suitable place, and the type of activity carried out during the night. In many cities of the world, night tourism has become the main element of tourism competitiveness in the city and makes an essential economic contribution to the urban economy. The existing studies in the master nightscape plan focus on decorative actions and specific spaces. However, there is no approach to the different timings making the night, and no realistic interpretation of night tourism and its impacts.
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