Tourism in multi-ethnic districts: the case of Porta Palazzo market in Torino

  title={Tourism in multi-ethnic districts: the case of Porta Palazzo market in Torino},
  author={M{\'o}nica Gilli and Sonia Ferrari},
  journal={Leisure Studies},
  pages={146 - 157}
Abstract More and more often, cities compete with each other focusing on tourist attractions based on multi-ethnicity. Some of them, with a growing success, are street and food markets. This paper is focused on Porta Palazzo, the largest existing street market in Europe, located in Torino (Italy), which is becoming, from 2006 on, a tourist attraction, without losing its popular character. Our goal is to identify the characteristics of this touristification process and show how it has averted… 
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