stream Alan A. Lew, Long Tail Tourism: New Geographies For Marketing Niche Tourism Products, Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 10.1080/10548400802508515, 25, 3-4, (409-419), (2008). h�b```"Of�#� ���� In Bulgaria the share of these two months was 45 % while in Greece, more than two out of three inbound trips were made during the summer season, but were more evenly spread throughout the four months, June to September (see Figure 6). :!����x��\��F�K2�s���_�~�lj顣���B3C�/�~d9�x�Q�a��Ѐ0���9;o���8���Ν]��f20H.x&�l���\ �l� �r-',�c�y�Վ�{�B��n�g��9�R4?4��s" L4��rN��ˍD������G�H�9�`� ��XG@J2'�+z��g8��i�L��@�ـ��KΥh�7�u?� ���� Q��r��%��� �38���Hk�P�ČB`� ��� ']@��@ Tourism is an important activity in the EU which has the potential to contribute towards employment and economic growth, as well as to development in rural, peripheral or less-developed areas. From the diagram it can be seen that in‐migration in turn determines the … The first data transmission took place in 2014 for the reference year 2013 and the second in 2017 for the reference year 2016. This page has been accessed 40,387 times. In five countries, the countryside was an attraction for at least 1 out of 3 inbound holiday trips: Romania (43 %), Ireland (38 %), Denmark and Austria (both at 36 %) and the Netherlands (34 %). Europeans stay 1 week on average when visiting other EU countries, Average expenditure on trips to another EU country was EUR 725, Europeans use plane and car equally for their trips to other European countries, Nearly 4 in 5 trips spent in rented tourist accommodation, More than 1 in 4 Intra-EU trips were made in July and August, Cruise ships popular for trips to Estonia, Finland and Sweden, Number of trips by country/world region of destination (tin00190), Number of nights spent by country/world region of destination (tin00193), Agenda for a sustainable and competitive European tourism, European Commission - Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs - Tourism, https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Tourism_statistics_-_intra-EU_tourism_flows&oldid=482412, Source: Eurostat (online data code: tour_dem_ttw, tour_dem_tnw). Seasonality of inbound trips by visitors coming from other EU countries was particularly high in Croatia, where more than half of all inbound trips (51.4 %) took place during the two core summer months, July and August. Europeans stayed on average 1 week when visiting other EU countries in 2018. In 2018, tourism trips made by EU residents to another EU Member State as a destination had an average duration of one week (6.7 nights), ranging from 3.1 nights for trips to Estonia to 9.0 nights for trips to Greece (see Figure 1). 122 0 obj <> endobj The EU is a major tourist destination, with four Member States (France, Spain, Italy and Germany) among the world’s top ten destinations for holidaymakers, according to UNWTO[1] data. Europeans reported the mountains as one of the attractions for 74 % of their holiday trips to Austria and for 44 % of their trips to Slovakia. Looking at trips for personal purposes and at the features of the destination that attracted tourists, city tourism was reported as one of the attractions for 44 % of intra-EU personal trips of Europeans in 2016, followed by seaside which was a relevant feature for 41 % of the trips, countryside (24 %) and mountains (20 %) (see Table 3) (see chapter "Data sources). The Tourism Flows Model (TFM), funded by the Ministry of Tourism, is a spatial analysis tool that helps tourism stakeholders understand the impact of tourism growth on publicly provided infrastructure. endstream endobj startxref Per night, visitors from the EU to other EU countries spent on average EUR 109 (see Figure 3), ranging from EUR 63 in Slovakia to EUR 147 in Estonia (the country with the shortest average length of stay – 3.1 nights – mainly by tourists from nearby Finland). Only in Estonia and Finland, was waterway the dominant means of transport for inbound visitors (70 % and 38 % of all intra-EU trips respectively) most likely because of the popular ferry connection between Tallinn and Helsinki. the higher the in‐migration and the higher the tourism flows. Inbound visitors coming from other EU Member States spent on average EUR 725 (see Figure 2), ranging from EUR 237 in Slovakia (a country with many short trips – see also Figure 1 – by tourists from neighbouring countries) to EUR 1 154 in Greece, followed by Cyprus (EUR 1 152) and Spain (EUR 1 016). The scope of observation for data on tourism trips are all tourism trips with at least one overnight stay, made by the resident population aged 15 and over. The TFM was originally developed as an infrastructure planning tool for local government but has since grown beyond that as an all purpose tool for understanding Bus (6 %), train (4 %) and transport using waterways (3 %) were far less significant. Across the EU, the significance of rented and non-rented accommodation for inbound visitors was quite contrasting, with the share of rented accommodation ranging from 93 % in Cyprus to 40 % in Romania (see Figure 5). These three destinations have relatively long stays of 8 or 9 nights on average and a prevalence of air travel to reach the country, 76 % of trips or more (see Table 1). It includes trips made for private or professional purpose, outside the ususal environment. 130 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<924A371A22E8ECCE13F0AF22E786A497>]/Index[122 15]/Info 121 0 R/Length 59/Prev 413512/Root 123 0 R/Size 137/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Aeroplanes and cars were equally used by Europeans for their trips to other EU countries in 2018. The share of waterway was particularly high also for intra-EU trips to Sweden. The Tourism Flows Model (TFM), funded by the Ministry of Tourism, is a software tool developed by Covec Limited and Eagle Technology that responds to these needs. �"� Seaside attracted European tourists for more that three out of four of their holiday trips to Croatia (88 %), Bulgaria (85 %), Greece (80 %), Cyprus (79 %) and Malta (77 %). endstream endobj 123 0 obj <>>> endobj 124 0 obj <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC/ImageI]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/Type/Page>> endobj 125 0 obj <>stream Cities were reported as an attraction for more than four out of five holiday trips to Estonia (86 %) and Czechia (84 %). model approach (the ATTREG ... mobility flows for the NUTS‐2 region can be explained with differences in territorial assets with ... higher the rank of airport etc. h�bbd``b`>$KA�8�`�Z� �N �o$v33012pY�����? In three countries, the share of inbound trips made by motor vehicle was more than 70 %: Slovakia (76 %), Luxembourg (75 %) and Austria (73 %). %%EOF These were also the countries with the highest shares of inbound trips with waterway as main mode of transport. Brewers Yeast For Lactation Recipes, Mouflon Sheep Hunting Hawaii, Chemistry Inquiry Answers, P30 Lite New Edition Vs P30 Lite, Duels Of The Planeswalkers Decks, Physics For Scientists And Engineers 4th Edition Giancoli, " />
 

%PDF-1.7 %���� Three types of tourism flows can be distinguished: domestic tourism (persons making tourism trips within their country of residence), outbound tourism and inbound tourism. In fact, there is no universally accepted measure of tourism flows; however, the majority of previous studies adopt Looking at the breakdown by month of departure of trips, July (12.3 %) and August (12.9 %) accounted for more than one out of four trips, while January represented only 3.9 % of intra-EU trips in 2018 (see Table 2). The aim of this last article in the online publication Tourism trips of Europeans is mainly to briefly outline the potential offered by using partner countries' data to produce previously unavailable information, rather than to draw a comprehensive picture of inbound tourism. This article is part of the Eurostat online publication Tourism trips of Europeans, providing recent statistics on tourism demand in the European Union (EU) and EFTA countries. z Q��b���1���%����*R 9�6lO�2Y�C7d��,���:Tm�թ'�l /π_T?�f�ua��4�̉�!�Ȇϧ�G����C�EP�a�n�aP��|)�1�D���"�b� +}l�1z1'%;�L#B��SAq)ed��Q�ϛ+�Vlr�z4I5��9L���ߌhmCK���?+j�q��f-J3��0�g!ZHf�V���#`���tr�� C�c��xj������Fsܜ���j��־�0ky��#����b^��}'����f����ᅷ�.�6���Au ut�-� �5� In order to address the problem, Smeral, Witt and Witt (1992) and Akis (1998) are using a model with two explicative variables, such as the national income and relative prices. The collection consists of harmonised data collected by the Member States in the frame of the Regulation (EU) No 692/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning European statistics on tourism. For 43 % of those trips, air transport was the main means of transport (see Table 1), closely followed by (rented or private) motor vehicles (42 %). In spite of such results, tourism industry is a field within only a few numbers of French economists are working. When looking at the countries visited, air transport accounted for at least 80 % of all intra-EU inbound flows in Cyprus (95 %), Malta (95 %), Greece (88 %) and Ireland (80 %). endstream endobj 126 0 obj <>stream Alan A. Lew, Long Tail Tourism: New Geographies For Marketing Niche Tourism Products, Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 10.1080/10548400802508515, 25, 3-4, (409-419), (2008). h�b```"Of�#� ���� In Bulgaria the share of these two months was 45 % while in Greece, more than two out of three inbound trips were made during the summer season, but were more evenly spread throughout the four months, June to September (see Figure 6). :!����x��\��F�K2�s���_�~�lj顣���B3C�/�~d9�x�Q�a��Ѐ0���9;o���8���Ν]��f20H.x&�l���\ �l� �r-',�c�y�Վ�{�B��n�g��9�R4?4��s" L4��rN��ˍD������G�H�9�`� ��XG@J2'�+z��g8��i�L��@�ـ��KΥh�7�u?� ���� Q��r��%��� �38���Hk�P�ČB`� ��� ']@��@ Tourism is an important activity in the EU which has the potential to contribute towards employment and economic growth, as well as to development in rural, peripheral or less-developed areas. From the diagram it can be seen that in‐migration in turn determines the … The first data transmission took place in 2014 for the reference year 2013 and the second in 2017 for the reference year 2016. This page has been accessed 40,387 times. In five countries, the countryside was an attraction for at least 1 out of 3 inbound holiday trips: Romania (43 %), Ireland (38 %), Denmark and Austria (both at 36 %) and the Netherlands (34 %). Europeans stay 1 week on average when visiting other EU countries, Average expenditure on trips to another EU country was EUR 725, Europeans use plane and car equally for their trips to other European countries, Nearly 4 in 5 trips spent in rented tourist accommodation, More than 1 in 4 Intra-EU trips were made in July and August, Cruise ships popular for trips to Estonia, Finland and Sweden, Number of trips by country/world region of destination (tin00190), Number of nights spent by country/world region of destination (tin00193), Agenda for a sustainable and competitive European tourism, European Commission - Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs - Tourism, https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Tourism_statistics_-_intra-EU_tourism_flows&oldid=482412, Source: Eurostat (online data code: tour_dem_ttw, tour_dem_tnw). Seasonality of inbound trips by visitors coming from other EU countries was particularly high in Croatia, where more than half of all inbound trips (51.4 %) took place during the two core summer months, July and August. Europeans stayed on average 1 week when visiting other EU countries in 2018. In 2018, tourism trips made by EU residents to another EU Member State as a destination had an average duration of one week (6.7 nights), ranging from 3.1 nights for trips to Estonia to 9.0 nights for trips to Greece (see Figure 1). 122 0 obj <> endobj The EU is a major tourist destination, with four Member States (France, Spain, Italy and Germany) among the world’s top ten destinations for holidaymakers, according to UNWTO[1] data. Europeans reported the mountains as one of the attractions for 74 % of their holiday trips to Austria and for 44 % of their trips to Slovakia. Looking at trips for personal purposes and at the features of the destination that attracted tourists, city tourism was reported as one of the attractions for 44 % of intra-EU personal trips of Europeans in 2016, followed by seaside which was a relevant feature for 41 % of the trips, countryside (24 %) and mountains (20 %) (see Table 3) (see chapter "Data sources). The Tourism Flows Model (TFM), funded by the Ministry of Tourism, is a spatial analysis tool that helps tourism stakeholders understand the impact of tourism growth on publicly provided infrastructure. endstream endobj startxref Per night, visitors from the EU to other EU countries spent on average EUR 109 (see Figure 3), ranging from EUR 63 in Slovakia to EUR 147 in Estonia (the country with the shortest average length of stay – 3.1 nights – mainly by tourists from nearby Finland). Only in Estonia and Finland, was waterway the dominant means of transport for inbound visitors (70 % and 38 % of all intra-EU trips respectively) most likely because of the popular ferry connection between Tallinn and Helsinki. the higher the in‐migration and the higher the tourism flows. Inbound visitors coming from other EU Member States spent on average EUR 725 (see Figure 2), ranging from EUR 237 in Slovakia (a country with many short trips – see also Figure 1 – by tourists from neighbouring countries) to EUR 1 154 in Greece, followed by Cyprus (EUR 1 152) and Spain (EUR 1 016). The scope of observation for data on tourism trips are all tourism trips with at least one overnight stay, made by the resident population aged 15 and over. The TFM was originally developed as an infrastructure planning tool for local government but has since grown beyond that as an all purpose tool for understanding Bus (6 %), train (4 %) and transport using waterways (3 %) were far less significant. Across the EU, the significance of rented and non-rented accommodation for inbound visitors was quite contrasting, with the share of rented accommodation ranging from 93 % in Cyprus to 40 % in Romania (see Figure 5). These three destinations have relatively long stays of 8 or 9 nights on average and a prevalence of air travel to reach the country, 76 % of trips or more (see Table 1). It includes trips made for private or professional purpose, outside the ususal environment. 130 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<924A371A22E8ECCE13F0AF22E786A497>]/Index[122 15]/Info 121 0 R/Length 59/Prev 413512/Root 123 0 R/Size 137/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Aeroplanes and cars were equally used by Europeans for their trips to other EU countries in 2018. The share of waterway was particularly high also for intra-EU trips to Sweden. The Tourism Flows Model (TFM), funded by the Ministry of Tourism, is a software tool developed by Covec Limited and Eagle Technology that responds to these needs. �"� Seaside attracted European tourists for more that three out of four of their holiday trips to Croatia (88 %), Bulgaria (85 %), Greece (80 %), Cyprus (79 %) and Malta (77 %). endstream endobj 123 0 obj <>>> endobj 124 0 obj <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC/ImageI]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/Type/Page>> endobj 125 0 obj <>stream Cities were reported as an attraction for more than four out of five holiday trips to Estonia (86 %) and Czechia (84 %). model approach (the ATTREG ... mobility flows for the NUTS‐2 region can be explained with differences in territorial assets with ... higher the rank of airport etc. h�bbd``b`>$KA�8�`�Z� �N �o$v33012pY�����? In three countries, the share of inbound trips made by motor vehicle was more than 70 %: Slovakia (76 %), Luxembourg (75 %) and Austria (73 %). %%EOF These were also the countries with the highest shares of inbound trips with waterway as main mode of transport.

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