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Emerging City Destinations in Europe - June 2015

Emerging City Destinations in Europe - June 2015

“It is in the interest of these cities to position their tourism product upmarket in order to attract a discerning and high-value-adding customer base. All the cities covered in this report certainly offer world-class attractions that would interest the most discerning and well-travelled tourist. However, in order to attract a high-spending ‘upper-crust’ clientele, the destinations need to have in place the right infrastructure in terms of air route networks and luxury hotels to serve a demanding customer base.”

- Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst

This report looks at the following areas for each city destination:

What are the city’s main attractions and new developments?
What has been the trend in arrivals, air passenger traffic and overnights in the city?
How developed are transport links to the city (such as air and HSR)?
What is the size and profile of the city’s lodging sector?
What is the outlook for the destination?


INTRODUCTION
KEY FINDINGS
DATA SOURCES
ABBREVIATIONS
ISSUES IN THE MARKET
APARTMENT-RENTAL WEBSITES
DESTINATION MANAGEMENT
Branding
GROWTH OF CITIES
Tourism promotion/financing
Local initiatives
Social networking
TRANSPORT LINKS
Airport expansion/airline relationships
High-speed rail links
GLOBAL SUMMARY
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
Figure 1: Real GDP growth & inflation year-on-year change, forecast date: 19/03/2015
Interest rates
Figure 2: Interest rate outlook by major currency, 24/03/15
Exchange rates
Figure 3: Exchange rate outlook, 25/03/2015
OUTLOOK FOR TRAVEL AND TOURISM EXPENDITURE
Figure 4: Spending on travel & tourism in Europe, 2014 & 2025 (US$m)
Individual country outlook
France
Figure 5: Spending on travel & tourism in France, 2014 & 2025
Germany
Figure 6: Spending on travel & tourism in Germany, 2014 & 2025
Ireland
Figure 7: Spending on travel & tourism in Ireland, 2014 & 2025 (US$000)
Netherlands
Figure 8: Spending on travel & tourism in the Netherlands, 2014 & 2025 (US$000)
Poland
Figure 9: Spending on travel & tourism in Poland, 2014 & 2025 (US$000)
Portugal
Figure 10: Spending on travel & tourism in Portugal, 2014 & 2025
UK
Figure 11: Spending on travel & tourism in the UK, 2014 & 2025
APARTMENT-RENTAL WEBSITES
TO WHAT EXTENT ARE THEY DISRUPTORS?
Creating a new market
Families targeted
Evidence of displacement from hotels
Spanish hoteliers feeling the heat
REGULATORY MOVES
ONLINE ACCOMMODATION RENTAL SUPPLY IN THE TEN CITIES
Figure 12: Total rental properties* offered by website for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 in the 10 cities,
as of 2 May 2015
DESTINATION MANAGEMENT
BRANDING
Example of Rotterdam
USPs
Not perfect however
GROWTH OF CITIES
TOURISM PROMOTION/FINANCING
LOCAL INITIATIVES
VisitScotland and Edinburgh
Film and TV initiatives supported by VisitScotland
SOCIAL NETWORKING
TRANSPORT LINKS
AIRPORT EXPANSION/AIRLINE RELATIONSHIPS
EU case against Ryanair and others
HIGH-SPEED RAIL LINKS
BORDEAUX
REBIRTH OF THE CITY
Juppé’s restoration programme
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
‘2030, Greater Bordeaux, a sustainable metropolis’
Bassins à flot
Wine tourism platform
Bike polo
Cuisine
Food trucks too
Joël Robuchon’s hotel opens in Bordeaux
Wine
Cité des civilisations du vin
A platform for tourism development
Vineyard tours
Learning about wine
Museums
Museum of Aquitaine
Musée National des Douanes (Customs Museum)
Musée des Beaux Arts
Musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design (Museum of Decorative Arts and Design)
CAPC (Museum of Contemporary Art)
The Musée de la Création Franche (Museum of Free Creation)
Bernard Magrez Institute
Bunker recycled into event venue
‘European Best Destination 2015’ award
Bordeaux in the spotlight this year
Business travel and MICE
Top five conference centres
Vinexpo
ITS Congress and Exhibition
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Libourne, supplemented with stops at Bordeaux vineyards
TRANSPORT LINKS
Air
Figure 13: Passenger movements at Bordeaux Airport, 2005-14
Figure 14: Passenger traffic at Bordeaux Airport, 2013
Domestic traffic
International traffic
Road
Rail
Sea
A cruise-ship port of call
River cruises too …
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 15: Overnights in registered tourist accommodation in Bordeaux, 2005-14
Hotels
Figure 16: Hotel capacity* by grade in Bordeaux, 1 January 2014
New on the scene
Hotel residences
Figure 17: Growth in the number of hotel residences in Bordeaux, 2001-13
A boom in B&Bs
Figure 18: Growth in the number of B&Bs in Bordeaux, 2001-13
Centre Darwin
A four-star campsite
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 19: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
DRESDEN
DRESDEN IS GROWING
Figure 20: Trend in Dresden's population, 2000-13
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady)
Figure 21: Visitor numbers at Dresden’s main tourist attractions, 2013
Museums and art exhibits
Museums of the State Art Collections
Zwinger Palace
Figure 22: Attendance at Dresden's art museums & exhibits, 2010-13
Figure 23: Attendance at Dresden’s municipal museums, 2010-13
Deutsche Hygiene Museum
Figure 24: Attendance at other museums & attractions, 2010-13
Figure 25: Attendance at main music, theatre & exhibition venues, 2010-13
Dresden in 3D
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Figure 26: Arrivals & overnights in accommodation establishments in Dresden, 2014
Figure 27: Arrivals in all forms of paid accommodation in Dresden (city area only), 2014
Purpose of visit
Figure 28: Trip motivation for holidaymakers in Dresden, 2014
Seasonality
Figure 29: Arrivals & overnights in registered accommodation in Dresden by month, in 2014
Length of stay
TRANSPORT LINKS
Air
Road
Rail
Sea
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 30: Lodging capacity & occupancy, 2010-14
Hotel performance
Figure 31: Hotel performance, 2013-14
Notable hotels
Art’otel dresden
Bülow Hotels
Hotel Bülow Residenz
Dormero Hotel Königshof Dresden
The Westin Bellevue Dresden
Kempinski Dresden
MARITIM Hotel & International Congress Center Dresden
NH Dresden Altmarkt
Pullman Dresden Newa
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 32: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
DUBLIN
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Literary heritage
James Joyce Centre
Bloomsday Festival
Parks and gardens
Free attractions
The National Gallery
The National Botanic Gardens
Farmleigh
Figure 33: Visitors to top free visitor attractions in Ireland, 2013
Paying attractions
Figure 34: Visitors to top fee-charging attractions, 2013
Book of Kells
Figure 35: Trend in the number of visitors to the book of Kells, 2009-13
Dublin’s new tourism information office
Dublin wins three international conferences
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
International
Purpose of visit
Figure 36: Travel purpose of overseas arrivals, 2012-13
Seasonality
Figure 37: Seasonality of overseas arrivals in Dublin, 2012-13
Expenditure
Figure 38: Overseas arrivals & spending by main source market, 2012-13
Domestic
Figure 39: Number of domestic trips (000), total & to Dublin, 2010-13
Figure 40: Domestic tourism expenditure (€m), total & in Dublin, 2010-13
TRANSPORT LINKS
Air
Air passenger traffic
Figure 41: Passenger movements at Dublin Airport, 2010-13
Figure 42: Means of transport of incoming tourists to Dublin, 2012-13
Figure 43: Top 10 destinations for flights from Dublin Airport in 2013
Road
Rail
Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail)
Sea
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 44: Dublin’s registered accommodation capacity, 2012-13
Figure 45: Accommodation survey* in Dublin, 2010**
Hotel market performance
An undersupplied hotel market
Figure 46: Performance of the Dublin hotel sector, January-October, 2013 & 2014
Hotel transaction market is hot
Dalata tightens its grip on Dublin
Figure 47: Dublin hotel transactions, 2014
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 48: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
€55m revenue with 8% growth in conferences targeted for 2015
EDINBURGH
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
National Museum of Scotland
Edinburgh Castle
Scottish National Gallery
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Edinburgh Zoo
Trend in attendance at Edinburgh’s leading attractions
Figure 49: Attendance figures for Edinburgh's top attractions, 2010-14
Festivals
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Figure 50: Attendees at Edinburgh’s festivals, 2013
Longer shop opening hours
Edinburgh’s film attraction
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Figure 51: Domestic arrivals by regional source market, 2013
Figure 52: Incoming arrivals to Edinburgh by country source market, 2013
Figure 53: Average length of stay for domestic tourists, 2013
Figure 54: Average length of stay for incoming tourists, 2013
Purpose of visit
Figure 55: Travel purpose of domestic tourists in Edinburgh, 2013
Figure 56: Travel purpose of incoming tourists in Edinburgh, 2013
Tourism expenditure
Figure 57: Domestic spending by regional source market, 2013
Figure 58: Expenditure of incoming tourists to Edinburgh by country source market, 2013
Figure 59: Breakdown of average daily expenditure per tourist in Edinburgh, 2011-13
TRANSPORT LINKS
Figure 60: Means of transport used by domestic visitors to Edinburgh, 2013
Air
Figure 61: Passenger movements at Edinburgh Airport, December & years, 2013-14
Figure 62: Passenger numbers at Edinburgh Airport (m), 2004-13
Destinations and routes
Figure 63: Top 10 UK & foreign destinations, ranked by number of flights per year, 2014
easyJet adds capacity for summer 2015
Road
Rail
Figure 64: Travel times to Edinburgh from major UK cities, 2013
Waverley Station
Trend in passenger traffic
Figure 65: Rail passenger numbers in Edinburgh for fiscal years ending 2008-13
Sea
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 66: Type of accommodation used by domestic tourists visiting Edinburgh, 2013
Figure 67: Type of accommodation used by incoming tourists visiting Edinburgh, 2013
Figure 68: Edinburgh’s upscale hotel market, 2014
Hotel performance
Figure 69: Market-wide hotel performance, 2007-14
Figure 70: Edinburgh's hotel performance*, 2010-14
Upscale hotel performance
Figure 71: Upscale hotel market performance, 2010-14
Five-star hotel market
Figure 72: Edinburgh's five-star hotels, 2014
Five-star performance
Figure 73: Five-star hotel market performance, 2010-14
Limited-service hotel market
Figure 74: Limited-service hotel market performance, 2010-14
Seasonality in hotels
Figure 75: Seasonality of Edinburgh’s hotel market, 2013
New hotels and pipeline
Figure 76: Active pipeline of hotel projects in Edinburgh, 2015
‘Hub’ by Premier Inn to debut in Edinburgh
Mercure Edinburgh Quay
Royal High School luxury conversion
Air routes a factor too …
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 77: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
GLASGOW
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Museums and heritage sites
Mackintosh breaks records
Figure 78: Visitor figures for Mackintosh venues, 2013-14
A shoppers’ paradise
Commonwealth Games boost
Figure 79: Origin of visitors & average length of stay of overnight visitors during Commonwealth
Games, 2014
Figure 80: Estimated available & occupied bed spaces during the Games, 23 July- 4 August 2014
Emirates Arena put Glasgow on the map as a sports centre
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Figure 81: Domestic arrivals by regional source market, 2013
Figure 82: Incoming arrivals to Glasgow by country source market, 2013
Figure 83: Average length of stay for domestic tourists, 2013
Figure 84: Average length of stay for incoming tourists, 2013
Purpose of visit
Figure 85: Travel purpose of domestic tourists in Glasgow, 2013
Figure 86: Travel purpose of incoming tourists in Glasgow, 2013
Business and MICE tourism
Means of transport for domestic visitors
Figure 87: Means of transport used by domestic visitors to Glasgow, 2013
Expenditure
Figure 88: Domestic spending by regional source market, 2013
Figure 89: Expenditure of incoming tourists to Glasgow by country source market, 2013
Per-diem expenditure of leisure tourists
Figure 90: Average per-diem expenditure of Glasgow’s leisure visitor, 2012*
TRANSPORT LINKS
Air
Figure 91: Air travel times to Glasgow from major cities, 2013
Glasgow International Airport
Figure 92: Growth in passenger traffic at Glasgow International Airport, 2010-14
Prestwick Airport
Road
Rail
Travel times to major UK cities
Figure 93: Distances & travel times to Glasgow city centre from major UK cities, travel time (hours &
minutes), 2013
Sea
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 94: Type of accommodation used by domestic tourists visiting Glasgow, 2013
Figure 95: Type of accommodation used by incoming tourists visiting Glasgow, 2013
Accommodation in the city
Figure 96: Glasgow's midscale & upscale hotel accommodation by star rating, 2013
Blythswood Square Hotel
Hotel Indigo
Radisson Blu
New hotels in the pipeline
Apex Glasgow
ibis Styles Glasgow
Travelodge Queen Street
Village Glasgow
Performance
Figure 97: Glasgow’s hotel performance*, 2010-14
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 98: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
KRAKOW
ONE OF THE FIRST WORLD HERITAGE SITES
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Wawel Cathedral
Most interesting attractions
Figure 99: Most interesting attractions* cited by visitors to Krakow, 2013
Krakow’s Old Town
Planty Garden Ring
Old Town recovering its former glory
Wawel Royal Castle
Kazimierz
Aquarium & Museum
Cloth Hall, the Renaissance monument of commerce
St Mary’s Basilica
Shrine of the Divine Mercy
Vistula boulevards
The Great Barbican
Schindler’s Factory
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Figure 100: Visitor arrivals in Krakow, 2003-13
Incoming arrivals
Figure 101: Trend in incoming country market shares (%), 2011-13
Domestic arrivals
Figure 102: Domestic visitor arrivals in Krakow by voivodeship (province) of origin, 2013
Purpose of visit
Figure 103: Travel motivation* of tourists arriving in Krakow (%), 2013
TRANSPORT LINKS
Figure 104: Domestic & incoming arrival by means of transport, 2012-13
Air
EU funding
Road
Rail
Train times to Krakow
Sea
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 105: Accommodation used by domestic & incoming visitors (in %), 2013
Figure 106: Hotels in Krakow available for the night of 11 May 2015 as of 24 April 2015
Leading hotels
Radisson Blu Hotel
Hotel Sheraton
Hotel Stary
Hotel Copernicus
Hotel Gródek
Hilton Garden Inn Hotel
Hotel Kossak
Hotel Novotel Centrum
Hotel Ostoya Palace
Hotel Park Inn
Hotel Pod Różą
Qbus Hotel
Hotel Atrium
Hotel Pod Wawelem
Hotel classification in Krakow
One-star hotels
Two-star hotels
Three-star hotels
Four-star hotels
Five-star hotels
Other specifications
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 107: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
MARSEILLE
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Museums, foundations, sites
Museum of Fine Arts (Palais Longchamp)
Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilization (MuCEM)
Marseille History Museum
Museum of Decorative Arts, Pottery, Fashion (Castle Borély)
Regards de Provence Foundation
Figure 108: Attendance at Marseille's museums, 2012-14
Figure 109: Trend in attendance at Marseille's museums & special exhibits, 2004-14
Calanques National Park
Business and MICE tourism
Figure 110: Trend in the number of participant days at MICE events in Marseille, 1996-2013
Event venues
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Figure 111: Trend in total bed-night tax collections, 2004-14
Figure 112: Bed-night tax in Marseille by class of establishment, 2015
TRANSPORT LINKS
Air
Route network
Passenger movements
Figure 113: Passenger movements by route, December & year 2014
Road
Rail
Sea
Ferries and cruise arrivals
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 114: Trend in Marseille’s hotel capacity, 2000-14
Hotel capacity in 2014
Figure 115: Breakdown of Marseille's hotel capacity by grade & change from 2013-14
New hotels and pipeline
A new luxury boutique hotel
A private beach
Hôtel Alex
Hotels under development
Figure 116: Current hotel pipeline for Marseille, 2015
Additional lodging capacity
Figure 117: Hotel & tourist residence capacity, 2014
MICE hotels
Figure 118: MICE hotels in Marseille, by meeting-room capacity & grade, 2014
Figure 119: Chain hotel performance in Marseille by grade in 2013
Figure 120: Occupancy in chain hotels in Marseille by grade, 2012-13
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 121: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
PORTO
SURROUNDING SITES
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Historic centre of Porto
Serralves Museum
Lello Bookshop
Casa da Música
Performance and other facilities
Fantasporto
Porto for backpackers
Free entry
A centre for hostels
Eating and drinking
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Figure 122: Overnights by source market in Porto & Greater Porto, 2013
Number in travel party
Figure 123: Number in travel party by travel purpose for visitors to Greater Porto & North Portugal,
Q1/2014
Source of tourist information
Figure 124: Sources* of information used by incoming tourists to Greater Porto & North Portugal,
Q1/2014
Internet search breakdown
Figure 125: Websites used for Internet searches about Greater Porto & North Portugal, Q1/2014
Booking channel
Figure 126: Booking channels for Greater Porto & North Portugal by travel purpose, Q1/2014
Web channels used
Figure 127: Breakdown of Internet booking channels* used by visitors to Greater Porto & North
Portugal, Q1/2014
Booking window
Figure 128: Booking window of visitors to Greater Porto & North Portugal by travel purpose, Q1/2014
Purpose of visit by source market
Figure 129: Breakdown of incoming tourists to Greater Porto & North Portugal by source market &
travel purpose, Q1/2014
Figure 130: Activities engaged in by visitors to Greater Porto & North Portugal by travel purpose,
Q1/2014
Seasonality
Length of stay
TRANSPORT LINKS
Air
Traffic
Figure 131: Summary of traffic at Porto Airport, 2013
Airlines serving Porto
Figure 132: Airlines & destinations served from Porto Airport, 2015
LCC connections
Airline market shares by travel purpose
Figure 133: Airline market shares by travel purpose at Porto Airport, Q1/2014
Road
Rail
São Bento railway station
Sea
Cruises
Figure 134: Cruise lines offering itineraries & schedules to & from Leixoes, 2015
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 135: Average length of stay & bed occupancy rate in different forms of tourist accommodation,
2013
Figure 136: Tourist lodging capacity in Porto & Greater Porto*, 2013
Figure 137: Porto’s lodging sector characteristics, 2013
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 138: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
ROTTERDAM
A SHOWCASE OF MODERN URBANISM
Academy of Urbanism distinction
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Museums
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
Chabot Museum
Nederlands Fotomuseum
The Stedelijk Museum Schiedam
Nieuwe Instituut
Rotterdam Maritime Museum
Harbour tours
MICE
Venues for group events
The ABN AMRO Marathon Rotterdam
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Hotels
Figure 139: Hotel overnights, 2010-14
Over 50% growth since 2008
Figure 140: Hotel arrivals & overnights, 2008-14
Hotel source markets
Figure 141: Hotel overnights by source market in 2008 & 2014
Visitor expenditure
Figure 142: Expenditure by visitor type, 2014
TRANSPORT LINKS
Air
Figure 143: Arrivals* at Rotterdam The Hague Airport, 2013-14
Bypassing hubs
A large catchment area
Government airport
Current traffic figures
Figure 144: Aircraft movements at Rotterdam The Hague Airport, Q1/2015
Figure 145: Passenger movements at Rotterdam The Hague Airport, Q1/2015
Airlines
Road
Rail
Figure 146: Train travel times to Rotterdam, 2015
Sea
Water taxi
LODGING CAPACITY
Figure 147: Available hotels within 15 minutes’ drive of central Rotterdam for the night of 20 May 2015
as of 2 May 2015
Four- and five-star hotels
Rotterdam Hilton
Manhattan Hotel Rotterdam
Van der Valk Hotel Ridderkerk
Van der Valk Hotel Rotterdam-Blijdorp
Bilderberg Parkhotel
NH Atlanta Rotterdam
Carlton Oasis Hotel
SS Rotterdam
Inntel Hotels Rotterdam Centre
Mainport Hotel
Suitehotel Pincoffs
citizenM hotel Rotterdam
nhow Rotterdam
Hotel New York
The Euromast
New hotel and conference centre Worldhotel Wings
Delta Hotel
Quartier du Port
Novotel Rotterdam Brainpark
Art Hotel Rotterdam
The Hampshire Hotel – Savoy Rotterdam
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 148: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
SEVILLE
SEVILLE’S GOLDEN AGE
Buildings from Seville’s Golden Age
Archivo General de India
Casa consistorial de Sevilla
College of the Annunciation
Church of the Annunciation
University of Seville
The Royal Audiencia of Seville
Casa de la Moneda
Main patio of the Casa de Pilatos
ATTRACTIONS/NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Royal Palace of Seville
Halls of Carlos V
The Gardens
La Giralda
Views
Copied in the US
Golden Tower
Watchtower
Naval Museum
Museum of Fine Arts
The building
The Museum’s collection
Royal Tobacco Factory
History
The building
Carmen
Metropol Parasol de la Encarnación
Construction
The structure
Alamillo Bridge
Expo ‘92
The bridge
Flamenco
Bienal de Flamenco
Feria de Abril
ARRIVALS AND OVERNIGHTS
Hotel performance in the Province of Seville
Figure 149: Hotel arrivals & overnights in Seville, 2013
Seasonality
Length of stay
TRANSPORT LINKS
Air
Domestic market
Foreign passengers
LCCs dominate
Figure 150: Growth in the share of passengers of LCCs at Seville Airport, 2006-14
Road
Rail
Sea
LODGING CAPACITY
Capacity by type
Figure 151: Tourist accommodation bed capacity in Seville by type, 2013
Notable hotels
Hotel Alfonso XIII
Casa Nº 7 hotel
Opportunity in Seville for the big chains?
Online accommodation rental platforms
Figure 152: Rental properties* offered for the nights of 23-35 June 2015 as of 2 May 2015
OUTLOOK
WHAT NEXT?
MACRO TRENDS SUPPORT EUROPEAN CITY TOURISM
A WEAKER EURO HELPS
AGEING OF THE POPULATION FAVOURABLE FOR EUROPEAN CITY TOURISM
MORE DEMAND FOR NEW EXPERIENCES
NEW TRANSPORT LINKS
CITIES SHOULD GO UPMARKET
INDEX TO TRAVEL & TOURISM ANALYST
Index grouped by geographic area
INDEX TO TTI DESTINATION REPORTS
Country reports
SPECIAL REPORTS INDEX
2003
2004
2005
2006

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