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ID number:151296
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Published: 05.06.2001.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 15 units
References: Not used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Introduction    3
  The Role of Tourism in the World’s Economy    3
  Domestic Tourism    5
  Incoming Tourism    7
  Outbound Tourism    8
  Government’s attitude    9
  Attendance at Tourist Attractions    10
  Conclusion    12
  Bibliography    13
Extract

The United Kingdom, which territory is 244 000 square kilometres and population – 57.7 million people, comprises England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, plus the Channel Isles and the Isle of Man. This area is the geographical base on which international tourism statistics are collected. On the other hand, domestic tourism statistics relate only to Great Britain. It is hard to compare the big, rich, well-developed United Kingdom that has old democratic traditions and is a member of the European Union and NATO with the small Latvia that got its independence only a 11 years ago. We are not a developing country but our political and economical situation is still relatively unstable.
Tourism in Great Britain and tourism in Latvia… Are there only differences as it may seem at first sight or maybe it is possible to find any common things as well? In this paper I’ll show statistics and main facts which I was able to find and try to answer this question.…

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