International travel and tourism
Designed for two- and four-year programs in travel/tourism and hospitality, this book presents an overview of international travel and tourism from the American viewpoint. It covers why Americans go abroad, what they do once they get there, how they get around once they've arrived, the latest air traffic flows, and visitor statistics for major destinations. Includes numerous maps and photos.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
airline airport Alaska American Austria Bahamas beaches Britain British built business travelers Canada Canadian Citizens—same capital Caribbean castles Citizens—valid passport required climate coast coming from infected Consulate East English Europe European Fifth Ave FIGURE Fiji France French French Polynesia Germany Hong Kong hundred Indian infected area Inoculations required international travel Ireland Islam islands Italy Japan Lake land largest London major Mexico City miles million mountains National Tourist Office Office New York Pacific palace Park percent population Republic required for smallpox required for stays required unless coming resort restaurants River road Roman Catholic smallpox South Africa South Island Spain Spanish square miles summer thousand ticket to leave town train trip U.S. Citizens—valid passport U.S. Virgin Islands United visa not required Visa Regulations visa required visa valid visitors World Tourism Organization yellow fever Zealand