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Planning considerations and restraints as they affect tourism projects in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Munich, Vienna and Rome were compared. The different methods of planning for tourism, the methods of dealing with particular problems and providing the necessary atmosphere in the cities...

Author(s)
Chenery, R.
Publisher
British Tourist Board., London, UK
Citation
A comparative study of planning considerations and constraints affecting tourism projects in the principal European capitals., 1979,
Abstract

The growth in the Italian tourist trade has up to the present been restricted mainly to the coastal districts and some favoured health resorts in the alpine area; there has been no widely extended 'popular tourism' in the rural areas making use of peasant farmer landlords, with the exception of the ...

Publisher
Franco Angeli., Milan, Italy
Citation
Per una sociologia del turismo., 1979, pp 153pp.
Abstract

Contains 24 papers (15 in English) presented at the symposium, and 5 abstracts. The papers are: The interest to the Slovenian economy of the intensity of the tourist flow over the open Yugoslavian borders. A tourist traffic perspective. (in German) R. Babic; Influence of tourism on changes in the...

Citation
Frankfurter Wirtschafts- und Sozial Geographische Schriften, Wirtschaftsgeographie der Johann Wolfgang Goethe- Universitat, 1979, No. 31, pp 353pp.
Abstract

The seven volumes cover the following countries D-1, Volume 1, France, 43pp., 40.00 F; D-2, Volume 2 and 3, Germany and Austria, 41pp., 40.00 F; D-3, Volume 4, The Low countries, 38pp., 40.00 F; D-4, Volume 5, Switzerland, 36pp., 40.00 F; D-8, Volume 6, Italy, 38pp., 40.00 F; D-9, Volume 7, Norway, ...

Author(s)
Baretje, R.
Citation
Cahiers du Tourisme, Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques, 1981, No. D-1,2,3,4,7/8,
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The introductory section presents a comprehensive survey of the survey methods and of the results of 15 surveys of European holiday taking. The methodological differences and the resulting effects are also pointed out. A table presenting the survey data completes this section. The 15 essays are...

Publisher
Studienkreis für Tourismus e.V., Starnberg, German Federal Republic
Citation
So reisten die Europäer 1982: Ergebnisse von 15 europäischen Reiseerhebungen. Bericht über eine Fachtagung des Studienkreises für Tourismus e.V. im Rahmen der 17. Internationalen Tourismus-Börse am 9. März 1983 in Berlin., 1983, pp 423pp.
Abstract

A series of papers reviews the growth and importance of social tourism in Western Europe and Scandinavia (J.P. Champeaux, A. Guignand and J. Courtois), as well as the role of cooperative organizations and international cooperation in the development of social tourism (M. Thiercelin and A. Haulot)....

Citation
Revue des Etudes Coopératives, 1985, No. 13, pp 10-92
Abstract

The tele-reservation systems of two countries are described in some detail. The Swedish BOKSER system began to be constructed in 1980 and involves multi-access terminals with travel agents (ground operators) linked to local tourism offices, transport operators, tour operators and hotels, etc. The...

Author(s)
Barré, J.
Citation
Espaces, 1985, No. 76, pp 20-26
Abstract

The first of this series of three related papers (Espaces 76, pp.20-26) described the Scandinavian and Italian tourism information systems. The present paper begins by comparing the circumstances of tourism in France with those of Scandinavia and Italy as a basis for assessing the relevance of...

Author(s)
Barré, J.
Citation
Espaces, 1985, No. 77, pp 8-13
Abstract

In many countries, customer lists, information about customers, and other commercial data can be considered to be confidential information or trade secrets. To a travel industry client, these trade secrets can have great value. This confidential information can have special value and importance...

Author(s)
Parkhurst, T. S.
Publisher
Travel and Tourism Press, Santa Rosa, California, USA
Citation
Papers of the 4th world congress, International Forum of Travel & Tourism Advocates, Palma de Mallorca, 8-12 May 1988., 1989, pp 35-45
Abstract

The socially and economically advanced nations of Northern Europe are particularly well placed to seek out new localities for holidays and new cultures. The article begins with a survey of the Danes and Denmark, the country, its climate and history; Denmark's place in the EC; the people, language,...

Author(s)
Trippa, P.
Citation
Rassegna di Studi Turistici, 1990, 25, 3/4, pp 243-264

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