Brussels Centre for Tourism Studies
LIToTeS is integrated in the 'Institut de Gestion de l'Environnement et d'Aménagement du Territoire (IGEAT) of the Faculty of Science'. Through an multidisciplinary and systematic approach the research department analyses interactions that occur between tourist activities and territories. The research works of LIToTeS concentrate on three main lines: 1. The production of tourism territories 2. The development of tourism resources and heritage 3. Stakeholders and tourism planning as well as management processes
Hallmark events and tourism
Analyse of social, economic and cultural impacts of hallmark events on urban centres and tourism.
The positioning of Brussels during the 2012 olympic games
Prospective study on opportunities for Brussel's tourism during the 2012 olympic games