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|Dr. Kevin Griffin, Technological University Dublin|
|Dr. Razaq Raj, Leeds Beckett University|
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Current Issue: Volume 11, Issue 5 (2023) 12th Annual IRTP Conference, Braga, 2021
IJRTP Volume 11(v) Table of Contents
Kevin A. Griffin, Razaq Raj, Carlos Fernandes, Vincent Zammit, and Emese Panyik
Editorial: Pilgrim-Induced Transformations: The 13th Annual International Religious Tourism & Pilgrimage Conference in Vilnius - Editorial: Pilgrimage-Induced Transformations
Emese Panyik and Vincent Zammit
Ways of Saint James in the Interior North of Portugal: An Analysis of Touristic Routes
Pedro Ricardo Coelho de Azevedo
Pilgrimage Routes as Opportunities for Local Development: Case Study of the Way of St James in the Alto Minho Region, Portugal
Mariana Oliveira and Goretti Silva
Peregrinatio Interrupta: An Eclectic Success of a Failed Pilgrimage
Noel Buttigieg and Dane Munro
Religious Celebrations and Tradition: The Case of ‘Panigiras’ in Sifnos Island
Polyxeni Moira, Dimitrios Mylonopoulos, and Eleni Synagridi
Exploring Memorable Sacred Tourism Experiences and Place Attachment
Carla Silva, José Luís Abrantes, Manuel Reis, and Cláudia Seabra
Universal Accessibility on the Portuguese Coastal Way to Santiago in Porto Municipality
Fátima Matos de Silva, Isabel Borges, and Marta Arreiol