Gastronomía local, cultura y turismo en Ciudades Patrimonio de la Humanidad: el comportamiento del turista extranjero.

Antonio Menor-Campos, Amalia Hidalgo-Fernández, Teresa López-Felipe, Carol Jara-Alba

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/INTURI2022.23.7

Resumen

Actualmente, la gastronomía se muestra como un componente fundamental para los turistas en el descubrimiento de la herencia cultural del lugar. Ello implica que los placeres culinarios se conviertan en motivaciones determinantes en la elección del destino, y, al mismo tiempo, se manifiesten como un factor explicativo esencial de la satisfacción que experimenten los turistas. El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar las experiencias que, en el ámbito de la gastronomía, tienen los visitantes extranjeros en una ciudad Patrimonio de la Humanidad, como es el caso de la ciudad de Córdoba. Los resultados obtenidos permiten, en base a las percepciones sobre las experiencias gastronómicas en la ciudad, clasificar a los turistas en tres grupos que se han denominado supervivientes, disfrutadores y experimentadores. Los resultados sugieren que la experiencia gastronómica del turista extranjero varía en función de la actitud del visitante hacia la gastronomía en los viajes.

Palabras clave

Gastronomy; Tourism; Córdoba Segmentation; Gastronomic Experience.

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