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This publication is a student dissertation based on literature and on interviews. Such features as internal organization, policy making and financial structure of the four organizations mentioned are considered, as are the links between each of them and other bodies. The Belgian tourist...

Author(s)
Nuyens, R.
Publisher
Nederlands Wetenschappelijk Instituut voor Toerisme en Recreatie (NWITR), Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Het commissariaat-generaal voor toerisme van Belgie, de British Tourist Authority, de Deutsche Zentrale fur Tourismus, het Nationaal Bureau voor Toerisme van Nederland: nader bekeken en vergeleken., 1982, pp 76pp.
Abstract

The first of the 3 articles discusses the new holiday village in Sherwood Forest, UK which opened on 3 July 1987, 'Center Parcs' was established in 1967, when, under its original name of Sporthuis Centrum, it opened a group of holiday villas at De Lommerbergen in Holland. It now operates eight...

Author(s)
Gratton, C.; Taylor, P.
Citation
Leisure Management, 1987, 7, 8, pp 33-34
Abstract

North West Europe is defined as an area covering the 3 Benelux countries and parts of the GFR, France and the UK. Whilst accounting for only 12% of the surface area of the EC, it contains 26.2% of the EC's population. For the area as a whole, there is a trend towards zero population growth; rising...

Author(s)
Kormoss, I. B. F.
Citation
European Regional Planning Study Series - Council of Europe, 1989, No. 49, pp 82-97
Abstract

Traditionally the poor relation of passenger transport modes, the European coach industry is gearing up for the Single Market. Historically the industry has been constrained by heavily regulated market practices and outright protectionist policies on the part of Europe's state owned railways....

Author(s)
Lowing, G.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1990, No. 6, pp 5-16
Abstract

Based on an analysis of several tourism research projects, the article examines the evolution and present situation of short break holidays in different European countries, giving special emphasis to Germany, Belgium, the UK and the Netherlands. The focus is on the demand side of travel i.e....

Author(s)
Lohmann, M.
Citation
Revue de Tourisme, 1991, 46, 2, pp 14-23
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.
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

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

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 tourism market and policy of 7 European art cities were analysed: Aix-en-Provence, France; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Bruges, Belgium; Florence, Italy; Oxford, UK; Salzburg, Austria; and Venice, Italy; to develop guidelines to help heritage cities manage their tourism more adequately. It was...

Author(s)
Borg, J. van der; Costa, P.; Gotti, G.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1996, 23, 2, pp 306-321

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