How many people like recreational activities more than tourist attraction?
For me, it would actually be an equal number. This will depend on the age group of the persons engaged in travel. Younger ones like recreational activities more while older groups like tourist attractions more.
A tourist would visit the Great Lake because so the tourist can take pictures and share them to friends and family, so they can see something unique. And the Great Lakes can be a tourist attraction for people. (a tourist attraction is something which is an attraction for people and people can come and tour the place). Also people can fish there, swim there etc.
Auschwitz is a tourist attraction because many people are fascinated by the effects of war. Many people also visit Auschwitz to learn about the war and the Holocaust. People have preserved and run Auschwitz as a tourist attraction to teach a lesson to future generations, that this must never happen again.
Tourist travel is often used in reference to traveling activities that are conducted for leisure, vacationing, or recreational purposes. This is a big industry which allows people to experience things and places that they may have heard about on television, read in books, or became aware of due to other people's experiences.
It depends from person to person. There really is no true classifications. Most people would base a tourist attraction off of how many tourists visit the site. Of course 'tourists' meaning visiters from different areas that converge in one place. If there are very few tourists visiting this site then it most likely won't be a tourist attraction. Also tourist attractions are mainly visited by, well tourists, therefore if it is an area visited by…