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This paper looks behind the tourism statistics of the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland for 2005 and the preceding years. Significant trends are revealed such as: (i) Northern Ireland visitor numbers are growing from a small base, but its share of holidaymakers remains low; (ii) the North...

Author(s)
Corr, F.
Publisher
Jemma Publications, Sandycove, Irish Republic
Citation
Hotel & Catering Review, 2006, 39, 10, pp 22-23
Abstract

While the 2005 figures on Irish tourism are encouraging, it is argued that they disguise a number of worrying trends that have been evident for some years now. First, tourism is becoming increasingly dependent on the UK market. In addition, some 44% of all visitors from Britain come to Ireland to...

Author(s)
Corr, F.
Publisher
Jemma Publications, Sandycove, Irish Republic
Citation
Hotel & Catering Review, 2006, 39, Directory, pp 25, 27
Abstract

Data on the holiday travel propensity and travel frequency of EU residents in 2001, as well as on the travel market potential in the EU countries, are presented and discussed.

Publisher
Institute for Tourism, Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Tourism (Zagreb), 2003, 51, 3, pp 337-338
Abstract

This paper reviews recent developments in the youth tourism and backpacking markets. Youth traveller profiles, destinations, trip characteristics, motivations and activities, and expenditures and economic contribution, are discussed. Case studies are then presented of backpacking in Thailand,...

Author(s)
Richards, G.; King, B.
Publisher
Mintel International Group Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 2003, No.6, pp 1-23