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Business Listing   Accounting Solutions - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 663-4400

Business Listing   Ann Arbor Convention and Visitors Bureau - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 995-7281

Business Listing   Around Town - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 662-7790

Business Listing   Brazamercia - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 945-7715

Business Listing   Convention and Visitors Bureau - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 995-3802

Business Listing   Cultural Encounters Inc - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 327-1931

Business Listing   Denison Consulting - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 302-6074

Business Listing   Domino's Petting Farms - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 930-3188

Business Listing   Downunder 2000 - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 994-8603

Business Listing   Funn Cruises International - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 995-5329

Business Listing   Getaway Tours & Charters - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 994-6666

Business Listing   Journey International - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 665-4407

Business Listing   Kelsey Museum Of Archaeology - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 764-9304

Business Listing   Matthaei Botanical Gardens - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 998-7061

Business Listing   Serendipity Adventures - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 995-0111

Business Listing   Skip's Huron River Canoe Livery LLC - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 769-8686

Business Listing   Travel Centre - Ann Arbor, MI - Phone: 1 (734) 761-9999

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Helpful Definition for: Sightseeing Tours

Travel for recreational, leisure and business purposes is tourism. Tourism has become a popular global leisure activity. Sightseeing is a part of tourism and involves traveling to distant parts of the world to see great buildings, work of art, experience new cultures and taste different cuisines. The developments in technology and transport infrastructure, such as jumbo jets, low-cost airlines and more accessible airports, have made many types of tourism more affordable. The terms tourism and travel are sometimes used interchangeably. In this context, travel has a similar definition to tourism, but implies a more purposeful journey. In recent years tourism has become hugely popular in places like Ann Arbor. Development of tourism in a particular place also leads to economic development of the place.

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