EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH, vol.31, 2022 (ESCI)
Despite its importance to both tourism destinations and scholars, there is no record of research via bibliometric analysis of the length of stay (LOS). This paper, therefore, aims to provide a bibliometric analysis of LOS in tourism, based on publications in the Web of Science database (WOS). For this purpose, 60 documents published in top-tier tourism journals were analysed through bibliometric analysis. The research data was processed, and bibliographic display maps were created using the Visualisation of Similarities (VOS) viewer software. This study focuses mainly on ten parameters, such as top contributing authors, countries and organisations, the most cited articles, the annual number of publications, the co-occurrence of author keywords in papers, the co-citation analysis of authors and journals, and the bibliographic coupling of countries and authors.