Hampton, Matthew
November 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);11/13/2009, p19
Trade Publication
The article focuses on various European countries that were promoted as tourist destinations. It outlines the view of several tourism executives regarding the factors which made some European countries unattractive to visitors and were not recommended as an ideal tourist destination which include climatology, insufficient knowledge about tourism and the lack of unity among regions. However, it explores the historical heritage of the European countries which make it deserving for a visit.


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