By Josef A. Mazanec, Karl W. Wöber (auth.), o. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Josef A. Mazanec, Prof. Dr. Karl W. Wöber (eds.)
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6 million arrivals in 1988 to 407 million in 2002. Although development of city tourism was similarly favourable in this time period (85 million arrivals in 1988 and 137 million in 2002) the rise in demand was only 61 %, thus signiﬁcantly lower than for tourism 46 Ulrike Bauernfeind, Irem Arsal, Florian Aubke and Karl Wöber 3 Fig. 2 The average length of stay in city tourism compared to tourism overall overall (see city tourism share in Figure 1). 5 % of overall tourism in Europe. 8 days in overall Europe in the year 2002).
Before the share of European city tourism is forecasted until 2020, most commonly applied forecasting methods are introduced and their appropriateness is determined. The chapter closes with an outlook of the future of European city tourism, for the ﬁrst time including the present economic crisis as a factor. 3 Quantifying European city tourism First, European city tourism is outlined in terms of arrivals, bed nights, average length of stay and the development of these key ﬁgures during the past years will be given.
G. their importance in convention and meetings tourism. However, in Europe, there are more than 400 cities that ﬁt to this criterion. Although the cities reporting in TourMIS are probably the most important ones in city tourism, the ﬁgures for all other cities still need to be estimated for the purpose of completeness and comparability. Therefore, in spring 2004 more than 30 students participating in a tourism forecasting class at the Vienna University of Economics and Business started compiling information for the 400 cities.