Heritage and tourism mutually reinforce each other, with the presentation of heritage at physical sites mirrored by the ways heritage is
presented on the internet. This interdisciplinary book uses humanities and social sciences to analyse the ways that heritage is branded
and commodified, how stakeholders organise place brands, and how digital strategies shape how visitors appreciate heritage sites. The book covers a wide geographic diversity, offering the reader the chance to find cross-cutting themes and area-specific features of the field.