The Loyalty of Tourism in Synagogues: The Special Case of the Synagogue of Córdoba

  title={The Loyalty of Tourism in Synagogues: The Special Case of the Synagogue of C{\'o}rdoba},
  author={Juan Antonio Jimber del R{\'i}o and Ricardo David Hern{\'a}ndez-Rojas and Virginia Navajas-Romero and Amalia Hidalgo-Fern{\'a}ndez},
  journal={International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health},
Tourism in synagogues is an activity which is increasing in popularity due to the current interest in cultural and patrimonial heritage. The synagogue in Córdoba has become an irreplaceable Jewish tourist destination in Spain due to its origins, construction, conservation, and recognition by international organizations. This article analyzes the loyalty of tourism in synagogues using variables such as satisfaction, loyalty and the expected and perceived value of the destination and the… Expand

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