“How can it be increased tourism, however, have an added value for the local residents, local businesses, and a destination in itself?” This is a question that bend in more than 250 stakeholders on Thursday and Friday at a conference on Tourism in Flanders in Brugge, belgium. With the ” Travel to tomorrow – Together with the Growing wants of the public service, to find a healthy balance between the interests of local residents, businesses and visitors. “We have been in Flanders, not yet been reached, in the vein of, say, Amsterdam or Venice, or Dubrovnik, and especially since it’s so up”, you hear the sound of it.
the Purpose of the conference is to reflect on the “tourism of the future”. That is, according to the Tourism board is necessary in order to make sure that ‘Flanders’ in the future as a pleasant place”, with tourism as a means of creating value-added. “We want to find out how tourism is to ensure that our local communities can continue to thrive, to flourish. We will need to consider a healthy balance between the interests of local residents, businesses and visitors,” said chief executive Peter Wanted to be. Sea cruises that dock in the major cities, for example, often have no added value, and as Tourism board, therefore, no efforts made to provide, according to The Wild this morning on Radio 1.
A major challenge, particularly with the increasing popularity of the tourism industry. “It’s going to be about, say, 50 years, is still a much busier appearance than it is today, as more and more people can afford to travel,” said Stef Gits, the president of the Tourism board. “We want to avoid those crowds have a negative impact on the destination. That is why we want our promotional efforts, so as not to blindweg to focus on attracting ever-more visitors, but in particular to those who have one-on-one with the DNA of our destiny. We have been in Flanders, not yet been reached, in the vein of, say, Amsterdam or Venice, or Dubrovnik, but we will keep our finger on the pulse and is especially so to me.”