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European city tourism 2015

Portrait of Vladimir Preveden
Partner, Co-Managing Partner Austria
Vienna Office, Central Europe
+43 1 53602-200
November 18, 2015

Over the last few years the short city break has been able to establish itself as the preferred holiday of choice in Europe. The Roland Berger study "European City Tourism 2015", examining 45 major European cities benchmarks European cities' success in tourism and identifies trends in tourism developments.

The new report confirms that the upward trend remains unabated and that tourism as a whole continues to significantly outperform European economies with city tourism performing best. The new study has also revealed an unexpected winner for 2015, namely Istanbul. The Turkish capital scores best among the biggest European city destinations. Amsterdam and Paris follow on the ranks two and three

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European city tourism 2015

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The study analyzes and compares the growth orientation of Europe's major city destinations. Istanbul scores best among the biggest European city destinations.

Published November 2015. Available in
Portrait of Vladimir Preveden
Partner, Co-Managing Partner Austria
Vienna Office, Central Europe
+43 1 53602-200
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