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Tourist Attractions Market Research

Euromonitor has the world's most comprehensive research on tourist attractions within the travel and tourism industry.

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Tourist Attractions in the United Kingdom

There was a significant increase in arrivals to the UK in 2013. The legacy of the London 2012 Olympic Games, alongside focused marketing from VisitBritain in Russia, China and Brazil, certainly played a part in this. Additionally, a number of royal ...

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Tourist Attractions in Peru

During 2013, the number of visitors to Machu Picchu increased by 6% as the ancient ruins accounted for 17% of total visits to tourist attractions in Peru. This was followed by Ciudad del Inca, which is located in relatively close proximity to Machu ...

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Africa Airlines: Redefining the Global Map

Sub-Saharan Africa has been performing strongly in terms of economic development in the last 5 years. Growing transportation infrastructure, new hotel openings and more flight connections are putting the region on the map. The ambitions of local ...

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City Travel Briefing: Delhi

Delhi offers an excellent blend of rich cultural heritage and modern lifestyle. The city is also the venue for important events related to business, sports and entertainment. Increased crime, electoral unrest and rising inflation were some of the ...

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Tourist Attractions in Mexico

Compared with the review period, in 2013 tourist attractions observed a significant increase in terms of visitors and sales. This positive performance can probably be explained by an increase in both domestic and incoming tourists, and also by the ...

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Tourist Attractions in Colombia

Tourism flows in Colombia, both inbound and domestic, grew in 2013. The increasing visibility of the country in foreign tourism promotion portals that rank Colombia as an outstanding place to visit, supported by hotel and accommodation offerings, ...

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City Travel Briefing: Cape Town

Tourism in Cape Town is poised for significant growth as the city continues to be a leading African destination for leisure visitors from Europe and the US, whilst arrivals from emerging markets such as China, India and Russia are addressing the gap ...

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Global Briefing

Sub-Saharan Africa How to Maximise Tourism Potential

Sub-Saharan African tourism has grown by an average of 4.3% per year since 2008, outpacing the global average of 3.2%, this growth is expected to continue reaching over 45 million arrivals by 2018. Increased FDI, new trade partnerships, access to ...

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Tourist Attractions in Norway

Tourist attractions grew by 1%, in terms of current value sales, reaching NOK617 million in 2013. Current value sales were stronger than in 2012 mainly because there were new attractions in Oslo which increased the number of visitors, particularly to...

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Tourist Attractions in Israel

In 2013 there was 4% growth in the number of people visiting tourist attractions. There are many tourist attractions for all religions, with many historical landmarks. Israel also has the lowest point on land in the world, the Dead Sea, which ...

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