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Abstract

From January to August 2002, 16.9 million foreigners, of which 60% were tourists, visited Catalonia, representing an increase of 14% over the previous year. Of the tourists, 27% were French, 16% Belgian or Dutch, 15% British, 13% German and 6% Italian. The preferred holiday destinations were the...

Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya , 2002, 6, 11, pp 45-60
Abstract

In 2001, the number of tourists visiting Cataluña was 32 176 000, of which 40% were foreigners, 15% Spanish and 45% Catalans, and the number of overnight stays was 199 188 000, of which 58, 14 and 28% respectively were by foreigners, Spaniards and Catalans. These figures represented an increase of...

Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya , 2002, 6, 10, pp 39-49
Abstract

Statistical data for travel trends to and from Catalonia in 1998 are presented. The data are broken down into foreign visitors to Catalonia, visitors to Catalonia from the rest of Spain; the effects on hotel and campsite occupancy, and trips made by Catalonians.

Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya, 1999, No. 4, pp 43-64
Abstract

A study is conducted of prospective new trends and behaviour among tourists in Catalonia.

Author(s)
Armadans i Tremolosa, I.
Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya, 1999, No. 4, pp 18-23
Abstract

An account is given of the disturbing growth of sex tourism in Thailand, Cuba, the Philippines, Latin America, Jamaica, Senegal, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates and in some European countries in spite of international efforts to stop this type of tourism (especially as regards the sexual abuse of ...

Author(s)
Sánchez, I. I.
Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya , 2002, 6, 11, pp 27-33
Abstract

In 2003, Catalonia was the most popular tourist destination in Spain. It was visited by 14 540 000 foreign, 4 781 000 Spanish and 4 088 000 Catalan tourists, with an average of 99 865 000, 29 160 000 and 17 726 000 overnight stays respectively. The number of Spanish and Italian tourists increased...

Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya , 2004, 8, 14, pp 43-55
Abstract

Data gathered during the first eight months of 2000 show that Catalonia (Spain) continues to thrive as a tourist destination. Figures are provided on the number of overseas visitors to the region and their motivations; the visitors to Catalonia from other parts of Spain, trips made by Catalans from ...

Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya, 2000, 4, 7, pp 45
Abstract

An account is given of the development of global commerce and tourism from 1490 BC to the present day. Between 1950 and 2000, the number of global international tourists increased by 6.9% per year, to a total of 697 million in 2000. The effects of season, international conflicts, terrorism and...

Author(s)
González, A. L.
Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya , 2002, 6, 10, pp 4-10
Abstract

The situation and future prospects of French visitors to Catalonia are described. It is a well consolidated market due to economic and social factors, but also due to its close geographical proximity. The factors which make Catalonia attractive for the French market is described, and is why over 7...

Author(s)
Moreu Hassón, J-I.
Publisher
Turisme de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Citation
Estudis de Turisme de Catalunya, 1997, No. 1, pp 4-9