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The Netherlands Tourism Bureau has improved the information it provides to foreign tourists. From now on journalistic messages will be used to convince tourists of the country's attractions. Information packages have been developed which are geared towards consumers' needs and which are more in...

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NBT Koerier, 1993, 16, 2, pp 16-17
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The Ministry of Economics in the Netherlands started negotiating a few years ago with the Ministries of Welfare, Health and Culture about cooperation between culture and tourism. It took some time before it was realized that culture is one of the mainsprings for tourism and that tourism can enhance ...

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NBT Koerier, 1993, 16, 2, pp p.18
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The 'Pretlijn', the summer public transport service provided between railway stations and various tourist attractions and leisure facilities in the Netherlands by the regional coach company Verenigde Autobusdiensten (VAD), had a successful start in 1992. It is one of the initiatives which public...

Author(s)
Dekker, G.; Knol, W.
Citation
Vaktijdschrift voor Ruimtelijke Ordering en Milieubeheer, 1993, 11, 1/2, pp 4-8
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Mobility is increasingly a matter for government in the Netherlands and, with regard to leisure mobility, it aims to increase the quality of leisure facilities and improve their accessibility. It is also government policy to decrease car use. Various experimental projects have been started....

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Lange, W. A. de; Keken, G. E. van; Beke, B. M. W. A.; Haenen, J. P.; Ramaer, R.
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Recreatie & Toerisme, 1992, 2, 7/8, pp 6-9
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Socio-recreational travel in the Netherlands to which tourism-leisure travel belongs accounts for half of all transport output in terms of kilometres travelled. The negative consequences of the significant increase in mobility are everywhere to be seen. In view of the increasing (economic)...

Author(s)
Beke, B. M. W. A.; Elands, B. H. M.; Lange, W. A. de
Publisher
Advies- en Onderzoeksgroep Beke, Arnhem, Netherlands
Citation
Toerisme, recreatie en mobiliteit: knelpunten en beleid: flexibiliteit openbaar vervoer in Zeeland., 1991, pp xiv + 154pp.
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An attempt is made to develop an approach to determining the leisure-tourism potential of a rural area. The study shows that the concept of leisure-tourism potential is broad, hard to grasp and difficult to define.

Author(s)
Thijssen, B.; Valk, L. van der
Publisher
Faculteit der Ruimtelijke Wetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Citation
De recreatief-toeristische potenties van het landelijk gebied: een sociaal-geografisch onderzoek naar de meetbaarheid van ontwikkelingskansen en mogelijkheden in de recreatief-toeristische sector., 1991, pp 60pp.
Abstract

This ninth report on tourism in the Netherlands analyses trends in 1990. It contains a five-year rather than the formerly used one-year prognosis. Social and economic developments were seen to be influenced by developments worldwide. These included a somewhat disappointing growth in world trade,...

Publisher
Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Trendrapport toerisme 1990., 1991, pp 38pp.
Abstract

This report on tourism trends in the Netherlands covers holidays, day trips and holiday accommodation. Holidays in 1991 returned to 1989 levels after a steep decline in 1990. In 1991 overall private spending increased by 2.8% (compared to 1990 when it was 4%). Holiday expenditure in 1991 increased...

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Trendrapport Toerisme, 1991, No. 10, pp 59pp.
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A discussion is presented of a number of recent studies into measures aimed at making public transport in the Netherlands more attractive to visitors and tourists, e.g., a leisure coach network during the summer months. The success of a project depends on care taken with marketing and promotion...

Author(s)
Peeters, P. M.
Citation
Natuur en Milieu, 1991, 15, 6, pp 9-12
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The Dutch province of Friesland offers excellent and unique forms of recreation and tourism, such as water sports in the lakes; sea, beaches, dunes and scenery on its islands; cycling and walking; and board sailing along the Ijsselmeer. There are also numerous historic towns and villages. The...

Author(s)
Lottgering, J. J.
Citation
Recreatie, 1990, 28, 7, pp 4-5

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