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Europe: tourism without borders


, : Europe: tourism without borders. Amusement Industrie 23(88): 44-46

With the opening of European borders on 1 January 1993, a gigantic single market came into being. The article discusses the implications of this development for the tourist industry. Overall, the future of the industry is viewed with optimism. The elimination of border controls will greatly facilitate tourist travel and make it less time consuming.

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