Articles that cite, in their broader topic, the case of Bilbao
GOSPODINI, ASPA (2001)
Urban Design, Urban Space Morphology, Urban Tourism: An Emerging New Paradigm Concerning Their Relationship.
EUROPEAN PLANNING STUDIES 9 (7): 925-934
ABSTRACT: The paper concerns the relationships between the physical form of the urban environment and leisure activities. It examines how urban space morphology-i.e. spatial patterns and formal patterns-may have an impact on tourists' attraction and preferences in the contemporary cultural context of urban tourism. Can urban design and the physical form of space in themselves determine anything in urban tourism development?