By Robert Maitland, Brent W. Ritchie
Capital urban prestige draws and drives tourism via bettering a citys entice the vacationer and its overseas status. With a spotlight on urban tourism topics, this e-book examines topics together with the id of a urban in a tourism context and functional concerns comparable to selling the town as a product. via interpreting vacationer actions in nationwide capitals, the e-book addresses concerns in capital urban improvement as vacationer locations with a large, foreign procedure and case reports on significant vacationer towns.
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For example: Canberra has a dual status as both a city and a federal territory and geographically is entirely surrounded by the state of New South Wales. . Ottawa is cited as one of the most difﬁcult cities to govern for a number of reasons [including the] ‘uneasy equilibrium’ between federal agencies and two provincial governments . . [and that] the national capital region is split between two municipal territories. (Ritchie and Peirce, 2007, p. 5) 20 R. W. Ritchie Tourism development and planning is inevitably a complex process with many stakeholders, but the features of national capitals and their administration mean that it requires particular attention to avoid political rivalry and reduced cohesion in planning.
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And that] the national capital region is split between two municipal territories. (Ritchie and Peirce, 2007, p. 5) 20 R. W. Ritchie Tourism development and planning is inevitably a complex process with many stakeholders, but the features of national capitals and their administration mean that it requires particular attention to avoid political rivalry and reduced cohesion in planning. A Framework for National Capital Tourism Combining our typology of national capitals with the aspects of tourism we need to consider provides us with a systematic way of approaching this complicated subject.
City tourism: national capital perspectives by Robert Maitland, Brent W. Ritchie