By Robert Maitland, Brent W. Ritchie
Urban tourism has grown quickly and unfold way past tourist-historic towns and motels. so much towns now aspire to be tourism locations and tourism has turn into a concern for builders and coverage makers. nationwide capitals are rather very important, on account that in addition to being locations of their personal correct, they act as gateways to their coutnry, current the countries to the remainder of the realm an play an essential position in setting up nationwide picture and id. Desite this, nationwide capital tourism, like urban tourism extra in general, has suffered from a scarcity of analysis and research, proscribing our figuring out of the way the features of those towns have interaction with altering tourism calls for.
With a spotlight on urban tourism subject matters, this e-book attracts on unique examine to enquire tourism in nationwide capitals intimately, contemplating photo and branding, the customer adventure, customer markets and tourism improvement. The publication takes a large overseas procedure and gives exact case stories of many differing kinds of nationwide capital--ranging from international capitals like London and re-emerging capitals reminiscent of Budapest, to deliberate capitals like Canberra or Ottawa. This new study offers leading edge views on urban tourism that would turn out important for researchers, scholars of tourism and concrete stories and for coverage makers.
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Organized by the Canberra Business Council, the University of Canberra, the National Capital Planning Authority (NCPA) and the federal government, chair of the NCPA Joe Skrzynski stated: ‘In 80 years, Canberra has come from sheep ©CAB International 2010. City Tourism: National Capital Perspectives (eds R. W. Ritchie) 37 38 L. White pastures to one of the world’s most beautiful and successful cities. . Whether you love Canberra or hate it, you have to admit it is unique’ (Birtles, 1993, p.
Atkinson Wells (1994) uses the term ‘fakelore’ when questioning the authenticity of what is being promoted about a place, particularly when targeting the heritage tourism market. Examples of such questionable promotions have been well documented: Brown (2001) questions the entire heritage tourism ‘reversion to retro’ phenomenon in general, and the images of Ireland promoted through cultural products such as Riverdance in particular (Brown, 1998); Aherne (2000) similarly questions the authenticity of the entire ‘Celtic Revival’; while Atkinson et al.
Moreover, this can be compared to the way the nation brand of Scotland is reclaiming its own political and cultural identity distinct and separate from that of a ‘British’ identity. While other political issues affect Northern Ireland’s identity as a post-devolution nation, and the nation’s cultural identity is not distinguished from Britishness to the same extent as Wales and Scotland, its political identity can be seen to be doing so (Gould and Skinner, 2007). The problematic issue becomes the creation of ‘Brand England’, and it has historically been seen to be inextricably linked with ‘Brand Britain’ (Wellings, 2007).