Changes in Leisure Time: The Impact on Tourism
World Tourism Organization, 1999 - Business & Economics - 151 pages
Offers an overview on leisure time trends relevant to tourism in 18 major tourism-generating countries. The book is intended to be a reference for the many people involved in the tourism industry to help them find solutions for success in an ever more competitive world.
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ASIA PACIFIC REGION
EUROPE AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST
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000s Country Arrivals 25 December additional holidays Arrivals 000s Country average billion of outbound Brazil Changes in leisure city touring coach touring collective agreements Country Arrivals 000s cruises cultural domestic tourism drive touring Early Retirement economic employees European Union expenditure in 1997 extended weekends flexible full holiday entitlement GDP per head growth Henley Centre holiday taking holidays is expected hours per week independent family members international tourism expenditure Italy Japan Labour Day leading ten destinations leisure related Length and types Malaysia million between 1996 million trips Netherlands Normal Retirement Age outbound international tourism Overview paid annual leave paid holiday paid leave provision public holidays reduce rise school holidays short breaks short haul Singapore social security pension South Africa special interest Statutory Leave Sweden theme parks Total Service Imports Tourism products Tourism Profile trade unions trekking types of holiday winter sun World Bank young couples