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Oxford 'Tourism blessing or blight': issues surrounding tourism management in an historic city


, : Oxford 'Tourism blessing or blight': issues surrounding tourism management in an historic city. World Leisure and Recreation 38(1): 28-32

This article reports on the findings of a survey of visitors to Oxford, UK. This survey provides: a profile of the visitors, and examines the purpose of their visits, visitor behaviour, length of stay, accommodation used, transport patterns, visitor expenditure and visitor perceptions. An appraisal of particular visitor services such as the Oxford Information Centre and the Park and Ride scheme is also presented.


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