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Internal factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism

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Samuel Mends

on 2 April 2014

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Transcript of Internal factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism

P4 explain how internal and external factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism.
Internal factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism
Accessibility
Accessibility is a factor that affects the number of people coming to and from the UK. Making easier for tourist to enter or come to the UK means their frequency of travel to the UK will increase, not only travel to the UK but also within the country for example by developing our ways of transport it allows ease of travel for tourist for example the high speed trains means travellers can tour the country in a shorter period of time giving them the opportunity to relax and enjoy the luxuries of the city which in return would grow our economy. The degree of availability should be expanded to allow inbound tourism.

External factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism
Competition from other destinations
As time has moved on transport has become more reliable so therefore more people are reluctant to come to the UK since travel to distant countries had been made easier. Other countries having more plausible weather and more attractions both natural and man made means that tourist are more attracted to other cities and countries rather than the UK.
Internal factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism
Weather
Weather is the downside to the UK tourist industry, however he UK's tourism industry saw an increase in their profit as the UK suffered from a great heatwave. This was extremely beneficial for the UK economy. "the seaside town of Margate in East Kent at times enjoying warmer weather than Tenerife, and Glasgow beating LA for hotness." http://www.myweather2.com/blog/2013/07/heat-wave-leaves-uk-travel-agents-sweating/
Internal factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism.
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External factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism
Exchange rate – Pound weak lots of inbound tourists
The UK has a strong pound sterling having a strong pound sterling is not always a positive due to the fact
External factors affecting UK inbound and domestic tourism

Emerging Markets
As new markets are opened other countries gain a bigger advantage over the UK tourism as Business such as Asia Pacific a major name such as this can attract more inbound tourism. "As new markets emerge such as Asia Pacific we see a difference in the ranking of tourism generating countries and regions. Emerging markets are now more than ever a focus for the UK travel market as the EU becomes swamped by providers and even more cautious in the economic climate." http://travelyear1.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/m2-d2-criteria-for-internal-external.html
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