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The outbound travel market of China has a high potential for Swiss tourism. The main reasons for this are high growth rates, a high absolute number of Chinese guests and high daily expenses. However, this potential is facing challenges. These are, for example, a strong spatial and temporal...

Author(s)
Stettler, J.; Egli, A.; Zemp, M.; Eggli, F.; Huck, L.
Publisher
Institut für Tourismuswirtschaft, Lucerne, Switzerland
Citation
ITW Working Paper Series - Institut für Tourismuswirtschaft, Hochschule Luzern, 2017, No.5/2017, pp 16 pp.
Abstract

This study looks at: the relevance of Germany in Indian outbound tourism; the structure of Indian tourism to Germany; the relevance of the nature of the trip (e.g. MICE, cultural tourism, city trips) for Indian tourists; and some aspects of marketing the destination (Germany) in India.

Author(s)
Thimm, T.
Publisher
Lucius & Lucius Verslagsgesellschaft mbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
TW Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft, 2009, 2, 2, pp 206-210
Abstract

The structures of global tourism flows are experiencing profound changes; however, the scientific debate about the new stakeholders in international tourism is still at the early stages of development. In particular, the PR of China attracts international attention as an emerging tourism source...

Author(s)
Fugmann, R.; Arlt, W. G.
Publisher
Lucius & Lucius Verslagsgesellschaft mbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
TW Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft, 2009, 2, 2, pp 133-145
Abstract

The opening up of the borders of the countries of Eastern Europe in 1990/91 has generated increasing flows of tourists particularly from Western European countries. These tourists can essentially be categorized into two groups: the inquisitive and business tourists. Many more see the occasion as...

Author(s)
Kreck, L. A.; Grossmann, M.
Citation
Revue de Tourisme, 1994, 49, 1, pp 14-22