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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
Abstract

Author(s)
Theuns, H. L.; Grootjans, A. M. L. P.
Publisher
Katholieke Hogeschool, Faculteit der Economische Wetenschappen, Tilburg, Netherlands
Citation
Internationaal toerisme: een gids in de algemene basisliteratuur en het bronnenmateriaal., 1982, pp 101pp.
Abstract

During recent budgeting discussions in the Dutch parliament the Finance Minister calculated that the 1978 balance of payments for the Netherlands had shown a deficit of approximately 2.5 billion gulden. This was a depressing contrast from the estimates of surpluses made in early 1978. Part of the...

Author(s)
Delft, F. van; Tideman, M. C.
Citation
Recreatie, 1979, 17, 2, pp 25-28
Abstract

Tourism and the world economy, tourist traffic between countries, tourism and employment opportunities, investment criteria and cost-benefit analysis, and the impact of shifts in purchasing power on international tourism are discussed.

Author(s)
Jager, A. K. de
Publisher
Nederland Wetenschappelijk Instituut voor Toerisme en Rekreatie., Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Toerisme en ekonomie., 1980, pp 130pp.
Abstract

This sixth annual report on trends in tourism in the Netherlands identifies an increase in leisure in the future but a slight decrease in disposable income; that there will be a more divided society but with a large 'average' group; and that among the better-off there will be a demand for quality...

Publisher
Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Trendrapport toerisme 1987., 1988, pp 63pp.
Abstract

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
Abstract

Statistics relating to holiday participation, holiday spending at home and abroad, autumn, winter and spring vacation behaviour, summer holidays, vacation staggering, transport and accommodation facilities, private and group travel are presented for the Netherlands.

Publisher
Staatsuitgeverij., 's-Gravenhage, Netherlands
Citation
Vakantie-onderzoek 1977 en 1978., 1981, pp 140pp.
Abstract

A few conclusions from a report, compiled at the request of the national tourist organizations of the countries of the European Community, on the importance of tourism. Deals with employment, influence on the balance of payments and inland tourism.

Author(s)
Oosten, P. van
Citation
Recreatievoorzieningen, 1979, 11, 6, pp p.334
Abstract

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.
Abstract

On the basis of interviews with foreign hotel guests, foreign visitors to two museums, a shipping company and Dutch people visiting Amsterdam, Netherlands, a study was made of tourism developments in the city, and of the tourism product and its economic significance.

Publisher
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Toerisme in Amsterdam 1988., 1989, pp 60pp.

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