Tourism Management in Cities: Policy, Process and Practice
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Cities are attractive tourism destinations for a great variety of reasons. They offer tourists cultural, social, entertainment, shopping, sporting, recreational and other opportunities within a conveniently small and easily accessible area. Yet they can also present problems of crime, overcrowding, expense and environmental deterioration, that can turn them from tourist paradises to tourist turn-offs. This up-to-date text presents a series of examples of good urban tourism management practice drawn from the UK, Europe, Australia, Asia, USA and Canada, examining areas as diverse as the historic case of Venice and the gay nightlife of San Francisco.
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