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The 1996 Luxembourg Tourism Forum, organized by International Fairs of Luxembourg in cooperation with the European Tourism Institute of Trier University, Germany, brought together more than 100 practitioners and representatives from trade and industry, research institutes, ministries, planning...

Publisher
Europäisches Tourismus Institut GmbH, Universität Trier, Trier, Germany
Citation
Wachstumsmarkt Golftourismus: Chancen für die Nachbarn Luxemburg, Rheinland-Pfalz, Belgien und Lothringen. 4. Tourismus-Forum Luxemburg, Trier, Deutschland, 1996., 1996, pp 80 pp.
Abstract

This book draws on data collected by the European Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS) Cultural Tourism Project, which combines data presentation and analysis with more reflective discussions on the nature of cultural tourism in different areas of Europe. The first five chapters...

Publisher
CAB INTERNATIONAL, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Cultural tourism in Europe., 1996, pp xi + 347 pp.
Abstract

The Atria business centre concept, a relatively new development in the area of business tourism in France, is examined. There have traditionally been two main types of facility for hosting business tourism functions: convention centres and hotels. The Atria centre is a concept which fits between...

Author(s)
Mingasson, J.
Citation
Cahiers Espaces, 1996, 1996, 45, pp 42-45
Abstract

This study examines the differences and commonalities in hotel management practice in Belgium and the Netherlands, using a sample which includes two international hotel companies, Hilton International and the Holiday Inn. The analysis shows that there are only a few differences in the practices of...

Author(s)
Jansen-Verbeke, M.; Steel, L.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1996, 17, 7, pp 544-548
Abstract

The report is prepared by the New Zealand Tourism Board to help provide travel agents, tour operators, and other interested organizations from New Zealand, with an understanding of the Central European tourism markets, particularly for New Zealand tourism companies or individual suppliers who are...

Publisher
Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Central Europe: market brief., 1994, pp 32pp.
Abstract

The 2nd Tourism-Forum Luxembourg, held in Trier, Germany in 1994, brought together more than 100 representatives and practitioners from travel and tourism organizations and the media in Belgium, France, Germany and Luxembourg to discuss current trends and developments in European travel markets....

Publisher
Europäisches Tourismus Institut GmbH an der Universität Trier, Trier, Germany
Citation
Europäische Reisemärkte im Wandel: aktuelle Strukturen und Trends im Urlaubsreiseverhalten. 2. Tourismus-Forum Luxemburg, Trier, Januar 1994., 1994, pp 72 pp.
Abstract

For 25 years, Center Parcs have had an important influence on the development of the European leisure market. The concept has had continuing success, with visitors numbering almost three million annually, and expansion is expected to continue. The total of twelve parks, seven in the Netherlands,...

Citation
Amusement-Industrie, 1993, 23, 88, pp 27-29
Abstract

Benelux functions as an economic and to some extent as a political entity, where customs formalities at the borders had almost completely disappeared long before 1993 and the Single European Market. With regard to tourism, however, natural features, traditions and the existing national...

Author(s)
Bergsma, J. R.
Publisher
CAB INTERNATIONAL, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tourism in Europe: structures and developments., 1993, pp 167-184
Abstract

Assessing the likely impact of the Channel Tunnel on local tourism markets is difficult, due to the uncertainties surrounding the forecasts of total cross-Channel traffic once the tunnel opens. In broad terms, it is generally accepted that major cities such as London should see some incremental ...

Author(s)
Page, S. J.; Sinclair, T.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1992, No. 1, pp 5-43
Abstract

The report presents a review of the European tourist industry. It analyses the role of tourism in the economy, the tourism balance sheet, key national developments and major travel companies in the following countries: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands,...

Publisher
Euromonitor Publications Ltd, London, UK
Citation
European tourism report 1992., 1992, pp 200pp.

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