Through their spatial practices of regional dimension, tourists establish networks of tourist places, which are intertwined and take different forms. This chapter first analyzes the integration of places into the networks created by tourist practices. To do this, it measures the network connectedness index. In addition, some places are within circuits, whether they are networks of places composed ... [Show full abstract] according to diffusion mobility or continuous mobility. The chapter then identifies these locations by the connectivity index. Tourism professionals want their locations to be integrated into tourist itineraries. Moreover, they often even want tourists to stay as long as possible in their places, avoiding roaming to other tourist places. The chapter presents two strategies identified by developers: one within the Lake Geneva region, and the other in Brittany. It shows how professional actors act to try to change the position of places in networks.