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It is worthwhile from time to time to attempt to disentangle the main trends form the mass of statistics, facts and reports about the international tourist movement and try to discover the general direction of the development of the industry.
Touring by motor coach has a longer history than is sometimes appreciated. In Great Britain at least, motor coaches were used for tourist travel from the early days of the twentieth century, succeeding and gradually supplanting the horsedrawn wagonette or charabanc. Chancy vehicles of uncertain...
Tutti i Paesi che svolgono una politica del turismo tendente ad aumentare l'afflusso dei viaggiatori stranieri sul proprio territorio fanno perno e leva su quelle attrattive naturali, ambientali, culturali, nelle quali sanno di eccellere. E mentre da una parte intensificano gli sforzi diretti ad...
possibile procedere in Europa ad una unificazione legislativa e strutturale delle varie macchine turistiche
The development of touring since the last war has been spectacular. In this development, touring by car has played and continues to play a leading part, both in the United States and in Europe.
Trade between Great Britain and the European Continent has been carried on for centuries but has developed most rapidly in the last hundred years or so consequent upon the construction of railways which facilitated the movement of passengers and goods to ports and upon the provision by the...
You can fly around the world for only 135 down balance in twenty monthly payments of 73.
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