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Tourist attractions market research

Euromonitor has the world’s most comprehensive research on the tourist attractions category within the travel and tourism industry.  We monitor and analyse industry trends around the world, including in-depth data on market share and market size – from the “big picture” qualitative analysis; down to specific category data. 

Euromonitor data and market analysis cultivates your organisation’s awareness of the tourist attractions market and the greater competitive environment, ensuring accurate and focused strategies for your business.

A resource for your entire organisation, Euromonitor market research supports every level of business, assisting in strategic development, marketing, mergers and acquisitions, and brand management.

Our tourist attractions market research answer questions such as:

  • What is the market size of tourist attractions?
  • What are the major brands in tourist attractions?
  • How are casinos performing?
  • Are theme/amusement parks increasing in sales?
  • Is there an increase in visitors to museums? 

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Tourist Attractions in South Africa

Travel retailers remain the major distribution channel for tickets to the majority of major tourist attractions in South Africa. Tourists around the world tend to feel more comfortable placing their trust in the suggestions of travel retailers when ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Tourist Attractions in Australia

Visits to Australian tourist attractions declined marginally in 2012, the second consecutive year that the category recorded negative growth. However, the marginal decline recorded in 2012 was still an improvement on the 2% decline recorded in the ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Tourist Attractions in New Zealand

During the review period, several of the leading art galleries around New Zealand underwent extensive refurbishment, resulting in extended closures. Wellington’s City Gallery was closed in 2009 for refurbishment and remained partly closed throughout ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Tourist Attractions in Saudi Arabia

A major shift in government behaviour was witnessed in 2012 where it tried new approaches to encourage visitors to attractions in Saudi Arabia. In 2012, the government opened the doors to tourists to visit Mada'in Saleh archaeological site which is a...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Tourist Attractions in the Philippines

Tourist attractions in the Philippines increased in current value by 25% in 2012. This very robust growth can be attributed mainly to the rising numbers of inbound leisure arrivals and much stronger domestic tourism flows during the year, which was ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Tourist Attractions in Malaysia

Tourist attractions in Malaysia remain popular despite global economy issues and local political uncertainty. The country has been boosted with new tourist attractions such as Legoland and WaterWorld@i-City. Prevailing popular attractions such as ...

Sep 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Tourist Attractions in the US

Cost-conscious family travellers favoured low-cost, child-friendly attractions in 2012. Museums saw a 5% increase in visitor numbers, making it the best performing category, to reach value sales of US$3.9 billion. The low entry fees associated with ...

Aug 2013 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details
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