By Josef Mazanec, Karl Wober
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In summary, this chapter provides insights on existing standards and discloses the limitations of comparing European city tourism statistics. Tourism marketing is becoming increasingly sophisticated as a result of greater importance attached to the reliability of information, and the competent analysis of that information, for the effective planning, monitoring and management of tourism enterprises (Bar-On, 1989). Decisions concerning tourism related investments in tourism developments such as infrastructure for major new tourist regions or individual resorts, transportation facilities, accommodation facilities including new hotels, self-catering apartments and campsites, museums or theme parks are crucial because they are very cost intensive.
While some cities stated that they only cover hotels, youth hostels and camping (Berne, Malmö), others stated that they only cover hotels, youth hostels as well as bed and breakfast places (e. g. Brussels). Paris claimed that they only include ‘classiﬁed’ hotels and Lisbon stated that they only include ‘registered’ hotels and similar establishments. In general, it can be said that cities either only include hotels and similar establishments or that they exclude establishments with less than a minimum number of rooms or bedspaces.
However, time lag, lack of information on the quality of the data as well as varying collection methods and deﬁnitions frequently create problems when comparing this data. OT MUCH INFORMATION CAN BE COLLECTED DUE TO the limited time when a visitor is crossing a border Governmentally Regulated Registration of Tourists at Professional Accommodation Establishments Strengths Weaknesses s 3AME STRENGTHS AS PRIVATELY ORGANISED SURVEYS s 3AME WEAKNESSES AS PRIVATELY ORGANISED among professional accommodation providers surveys among professional accommodation but with the advantage that active participaproviders but with the problem that errors due tion is legally assured to tax evasion (‘hidden tourism’) are more probable Ofﬁcial governmentally regulated registration of visitors staying at professional accommodation providers, on the other hand, provides the same valuable information as privately organised surveys among accommodation establishments.
Analysing International City Tourism, Second Edition by Josef Mazanec, Karl Wober
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