Manuscripts submitted to the Tourism and Hospitality Management journal should be written in British English using the Research & review paper template or Research note template.

The author must ensure that it is complete, grammatically correct and without spelling or typographical errors. The authors are responsible for language editing. The submitted text should not exceed more than 8.000 words typed according to the instructions below:

FontTimes New Roman,
Line spacingsingle;
Page SetupA4 Format (297x210 mm);
Marginstop 2 cm, bottom 2 cm, left 1.6 cm, right 1.6 cm, gutter 0 cm


The cover page must list the authors’ names, their titles, positions, name of Institution/Company, Department name (if applicable) and e-mail address.

The title of the paper should be concise and informative.

The abstract should not exceed 200 words should be set out under 4 sub-headings: Purpose, Methodology/Design/Approach, Findings, and Originality of the research. The abstract should be accompanied by 4-6 keywords pertinent to the principal topics of the paper, suitable for indexing and online search purposes.

References are cited in the text by the author’s surname, the publication date of the work cited and a page number if necessary, e.g. (Jackson, 2004, 176), (Jackson & Miller, 2005, 26) or (Jackson et al., 2019). Full details are given in the reference list in alphabetical order at the end of the paper. Examples:

  • Journal article:Surname, Initials (year). Title of article. Journal Name, Volume(Number), pages. DOI

e.g. Kapeš, J., Keča, K., Fugošić, N., & Čuić Tanković, A. (2022). Management response strategies to a negative online review: Influence on potential guest’s trust. Tourism and Hospitality Management, 28(1), 1-27.

e.g. Rigtering, J. P. C., Eggers, F., Kraus, S., & Chang, M. L. (2017). Entrepreneurial orientation, strategic planning and firm performance. The impact of national cultures. European Journal of International Management, 11(3), 301-324.  

  • Authored Book: Surname, Initials (year). Title of Book, Adress of publisher: name of publisher. DOI      

e.g. Harrow, R. (2005). No Place to Hide, New York: Simon & Schuster.

  • Edited book chapter: Surname, Initials (year). Chapter title. Editor's Surname, Initials, Title of Book, (pages). Publisher. DOI      

e.g. Calabrese, F. A. (2005). The early pathways: Theory to practice – a continuum. In Stankosky, M. (Ed.), Creating the Discipline of Knowledge Management (pp. 15-20), Elsevier.

  • Conference proceedings: Surname, Initials (year). Paper title. Editor’s surname, Initials, Conference name (pages). Publisher.

e.g. Ambrose, I., & Papamichail, K. (2021, 30 June-2 July). Information tools for cultural tourism destinations: managing accessibility. In Alkier, R., Marković, S., & Perić, M. (Eds.), 6th International Scientific Conference: ToSEE-Tourism in Southern and Eastern Europe 2021 (pp. 25-37). University of Rijeka, Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality Management.

  • Published dissertation: Surname, Initials (year). Title [Doctoral dissertation, publisher]. Repository. Permanent link

e.g. Vitezić, V. (2017). Innovation management and efficiency of low-and medium-low-tech enterprises [Doctoral dissertation, University of Rijeka, Faculty of tourism and hospitality management]. Repository of Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality Management.

  • Document on the World Wide Web with an organizational group author: Surname of authors, Initials (date). Title. URL

e.g. CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2022, May 2). The European market potential for cycling tourism.

  • Webpage on a website with a retrieval date: Surname of authors, Initials (date). Title. Date of retrieved page, URL

e.g. Opatija riviera. (n.d.). Opatijska rivijera. Retrieved November 4, 2020, from

  • Report: Surname, Initials (year). Title of report. URL

e.g. Lufthansa Group (2020). Annual report 2019.


Please include DOIs in your references where it is possible, the DOI number should appear as a link. The easiest way to retrieve DOI is to go to the following link: Simple Text Query form and register to Crossref. After registration go to the Simple Text Query form, copy and paste a reference or list of references into the search box. Select 'List all possible DOIs per reference*' to return multiple results and select Submit. This service is currently being offered free of charge to the public.

Figures, graphs and/or tables have to be inserted in their proper location in the text. They should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals and given a suitable caption located in the upper left corner of the figure, graph or table. (black and white).