2 edition of Scottish tourism index found in the catalog.
Scottish tourism index
Royal Bank of Scotland.
Title from cover.
|Statement||Royal Bank of Scotland, Scottish Tourist Board. No.14, November 1999.|
|Contributions||Scottish Tourist Board.|
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3 Tourism and transport. 4 Forms of tourism. 5 Distinctive features of Scottish tourism. 6 Growth and fluctuations. 7 The balance sheet in economic and cultural terms.
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Description: xiv, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Introduction The history of tourism in Scotland: approaches, sources and issues Public policy for tourism in .