By Josef Mazanec, Karl Wober
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When weighing the advantages and disadvantages of all methods, it becomes obvious why the registration of visitors at professional (paid) accommodation providers is the preferred methodology by many tourism destinations in Europe. This method is conceptually easy to understand and when carried out properly, delivers accurate information. Furthermore, it is relatively easy to organise, does not leave wide margins for errors and generates valuable information on the number of arrivals, 33 nights spent, length of stay and occupancy ratios at professional accommodation establishments.
In general, the analysis of the data underlined the statement by Verma (2002, p. 3) that ‘Comparability is a relative concept: We can only have ‘degrees of comparability’, not absolute comparability’. It showed that the bestcase scenario of absolute comparability is not achievable, since the different methodologies and interpretations of deﬁnitions currently in use as well as the different areas covered by statistics, are creating severe problems that have to be considered in comparative studies.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Metropolitan Tourism. Shanghai, China; 17–18 November 2006. Madrid/Spain, UNWTO. 2 Introduction This chapter continues the focus on city tourism, by assessing the signiﬁcance of city tourism in Europe compared to European tourism overall. In doing so, the focus is not only on the current situation but also on possible future developments, thus the chapter follows two distinct objectives. Firstly, to provide a comprehensive analysis of the role city tourism played in Europe in past and present, and secondly, to provide some outlook into the future development of European city tourism.
Analysing International City Tourism, Second Edition by Josef Mazanec, Karl Wober