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The report investigates tourism in Denmark, a country of only 5.1 million people but with almost as many overseas visitors in 1982. Most of the 4.5 million tourists came from Europe. Copenhagen is popular and has a wide range of hotels, conference facilities, tourist attractions and night life....

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Hotels and Restaurants International, 1984, 18, 3, pp 77-78
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The perceptions and preferences of foreign summer tourists in Finland are examined. The constructs of cognitive structure were integrated with a multidimensional approach and the concept of positioning in order to establish a conceptual framework. These concepts were applied to a study of the...

Author(s)
Haahti, A. J.
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Helsingin Kauppakorkeakoulun Julkaisuja, 1984, No. B-70, pp 214pp.
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The paper studies monthly accommodation data for visitors from five countries: the USA, Germany (formerly West Germany), Norway, Denmark and Finland, to Sweden in the period 1978-93. The focus is on the dynamic response of guest-night numbers to changes in the relative destination price level,...

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Hultkrantz, L.
Citation
Tourism Economics, 1995, 1, 4, pp 357-374
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This chapter provides data on the size and composition of the infrastructure and superstructure of cultural tourism in Denmark, to illustrate the priority which Danish society has been giving to culture in general and, thus, the changes in available cultural tourism supply. It is concluded that...

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Hjalager, A. M.
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CAB INTERNATIONAL, Wallingford, UK
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Cultural tourism in Europe., 1996, pp 127-145
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In their quest for improved quality, hospitality industry managers often face two major obstacles: (1) they do not know what aspects the guest considers to be important when evaluating the hotel experience, and (2) they do not have reliable and valid instruments for measuring quality perceptions....

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Gundersen, M. G.; Heide, M.; Olsson, U. H.
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Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 1996, 37, 2, pp 72-81
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This paper considers the imagery of Denmark held by visitors to Danish fine arts exhibitions in Scotland, UK. Quantitative and qualitative data were gathered from a sample of 400 and 380 visitors to the Flora Danica and the Two Centuries of Art and Craft in Denmark exhibitions respectively. It is...

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Andersen, V.; Prentice, R.; Guerin, S.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1997, 18, 7, pp 453-464
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Information about the users' beliefs and attitudes regarding attributes of the recreational environment is a necessary part of a management aimed at providing quality experiences. This issue was addressed in a study of 400 local residents (76% response rate), 600 cabin owners (66% response rate)...

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Meyer, R. A.
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Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 1997, 51, 2, pp 103-121
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Problems facing three island destinations in the Baltic: Bornholm, an island belonging to Denmark; Gotland, belonging to Sweden; and the Ǻland Islands which are an autonomous province of Finland are reviewed. All three are mature tourist destinations experiencing declining numbers of visitors....

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Twining-Ward, L.; Baum, T.
Citation
Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Research, 1998, 4, 2, pp 131-140
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A study focusing on aspects of how recreational users of a dispersed use setting in a different cultural context perceive the recreational environment, and the extent to which relationships among dimensions of settings represent linear and/or more complex phenomena are presented. A case study...

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Kaltenborn, B. P.
Citation
Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 1999, 53, 1, pp 45-55
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The use of modes of travel as a segmentation tool is compared with nationality. Interviews with 2378 holidaymakers in Ottadalen, Norway in the summer of 1995 formed the basis of the research. It was assumed that there would be differences according to modes of travel for visiting any one of 32...

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Flognfeldt, T., Jr.
Citation
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 1999, 8, 1, pp 111-124

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