The Perceptions of Visitors to Toronto
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The paper looks at tourist perceptions about Toronto and where the market seems to be headed - as well as what challenges seem to be upcoming. The paper shows how the composition of Toronto visitors is changing; fewer Americans are visiting the metropolis and more people from overseas are. In a related vein, the paper discusses how the city is becoming more culturally diverse and this invariably means that cultural cosmopolitanism - not the CN tower or any other such thing - will take center stage as a tourist attraction. An analysis of the tourist sector comprises the core of the paper.
From the Paper:"Toronto's tourist industry is at a cross-roads. Since 2000, the total number of US tourists has declined by 15 percent. Among same-day travelers from America, the numbers have, quite literally, fallen through the floor. At the same time, the number of overnight travelers has also dropped, through much more modestly. Happily, emerging tourist markets from overseas and domestic tourism has propped up the tourist sector in the absence of US visitors: in 2006, visitor spending was up 7 percent from the previous year, and it seems overseas travelers are the major reason why this was so (Tourism Toronto, 2006). Without question, the trend is..."
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