Attraction  is any visitor service or product which tourists would enjoy visiting or using. An attraction may not be an "attractor" but can still be an attraction.

To be considered an attraction, a product must be: a. Findable (clearly located on maps and street addresses, and directions provided). If tourists can't find the facility, it is not a tourist attraction.

Other definition:

Attraction is the general term to include anything a Visitor might be interested in seeing.

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