By Josef A. Mazanec, Karl W. Wöber (auth.), o. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Josef A. Mazanec, Prof. Dr. Karl W. Wöber (eds.)
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2 Another issue concerning the London ﬁgures is the area covered by the statistics. Because the area covered spreads out about 1,500 km2 it is often published as ‘London greater city area’. 1 ‘London’ should not be mixed up with ‘the City of London’. ‘The City of London’ is only the historic core of London. 6 km²) in area (Source: Wikipedia). 2 The International Passenger Survey data refers to international nights. 2 European City Tourism Statistics 39 But even when comparing London only with other cities that also include suburban regions in their tourism statistics, big differences can be found.
The major advantage of being able to use data generated from census studies or ofﬁcial 2 European City Tourism Statistics governmentally regulated registration of visitors at professional accommodation establishments is that no separate data collection is necessary if the tourism managers settle with the information provided by these sources. This results in reasonable costs and manageable organisation. Another beneﬁt of using these ofﬁcially generated statistics is that the tourism managers can proﬁt from the statistical knowledge and experience as well as from the highly controlled consistent information.
Bed night data compiled by the Eurostat, the European Cities Marketing (ECM) and statistics available on TourMIS were used to compare the changes in the performance of European city tourism to European tourism in general for the time period 1990 until 2006. Data for both, domestic and foreign tourism was considered in this com- parison. The city sample includes 67 cities1 and the country sample comprises 32 countries (the 27 European Union member countries as well as additional ﬁve countries, i.
Analysing International City Tourism by Josef A. Mazanec, Karl W. Wöber (auth.), o. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Josef A. Mazanec, Prof. Dr. Karl W. Wöber (eds.)