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Market Research on Tourist Attractions

Euromonitor International publishes the world's most comprehensive market research on tourist attractions within the travel and tourism industry. We provide data and analysis on everything from total market sizes, market shares and industry trends to specific sub-category level information, including:

Related to this market: retailing, luxury goods, tobacco, Alcoholic drinks, institutional channels, personal care, health and wellness products, nutrition, ingredients, hot drinks, soft drinks, dairy drinks and packaged food.

In addition we can provide in-depth data and statistics on: consumer lifestyles, income and expenditure, population, cities, households, the digital consumer, economy, finance and trade.

As well as: business dynamics and commercial industrial supply chains.

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Global Briefing

Global Luxury Travel Trends Report

Luxury travel has entered a new phase, in which conspicuous consumption is giving way to more meaningful and authentic travel experiences, and to an increase in the number of luxury travel companies converting to mobile technology, as a means of ...

Dec 2015 | US$1,325 | Add to cart | View details

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City Travel Briefing: New York City

New York City is ready to welcome 10 million more visitors, thanks to its ability to reach new markets and continuously diversify its travel and tourism offer. To keep the momentum and retain its positioning as a top city destination, New York is ...

Sep 2015 | US$525 | Add to cart | View details

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Global Travel Update 2015

Global travel continues to thrive in 2015, with steady growth in arrivals worldwide. Asia Pacific is now the powerhouse, with increasing numbers embracing international tourism. Lodging enjoys sound performances from luxury and budget properties, but...

Jul 2015 | US$1,325 | Add to cart | View details

City Review

Kiev City Review

Kiev is a large Eastern European city with 3.6 million people, but its economic potential is yet to be tapped. Compared to its peer metropolises in the wider region, GDP per capita is relatively low in the city. Despite its poor economic standing on ...

Mar 2015 | US$725 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Tourist Attractions in New Zealand

Retail value sales for tourist attractions declined by 1% during 2013. This was largely due to the decline in offline retail value sales, which fell by 2% to reach NZ$447 million. In contrast, online retail value sales for tourist attractions grew by...

Feb 2015 | US$990 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Tourist Attractions in Hong Kong, China

The development of art galleries in Hong Kong had reached a significant milestone when Art Basel, the world's largest modern and contemporary art fair, made its debut in the city in May 2013. The fair attracted the participation of 245 leading ...

Jan 2015 | US$990 | Add to cart | View details

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City Travel Briefing: Marrakech

Marrakech is experiencing healthy growth and recovery in tourism arrivals despite the 2011 terrorist attack at Jemaa el Fna. A decline in arrivals from Europe is being compensated by growth from an increasingly diversified number of destinations. ...

Jan 2015 | US$525 | Add to cart | View details

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City Travel Briefing: Dubai

In 2014, more than 11 million tourists came to discover Dubai’s massive man-made islands and attractions, and shop at the largest malls on the planet. The city’s winning bid for World Expo 2020 is also a game changer, with a plethora of new ...

Jan 2015 | US$525 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Tourist Attractions in Russia

Tourist attractions continue to be actively developed in the country. The number of people visiting tourist attractions increased by 4% in 2013, whilst value sales increased by 7% at current 2013 prices during the year. Russia has always been famous ...

Dec 2014 | US$990 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Tourist Attractions in Vietnam

The number of visitors to tourist attractions grew by 5% in 2013 whilst current value sales also increased by 8%. Tourist attractions registered higher growth in both number of visitors and current value sales in 2013. However, current value growth ...

Dec 2014 | US$990 | Add to cart | View details
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