Over the last few decades, European metropolises have changed their face. Turning their activities towards services and especially tourism, whether business or leisure. Let's take a look back at the opportunities, ambitions and decisions that have led to these profound changes. This analysis will be completed by metropolises' point of view on themselves on their territories' development. Accessibility, urban development, structuring projects, development of the cultural offer... many factors have enriched the landscape of these destinations, attracting new customers to boost the hotel market.
AMSTERDAM The metropolis, with a population of 2.5 million, is home to Europe's fourth largest commercial port as well as Schiphol International Airport, which attracted 71 million passengers in 2018, 3.7% more than in 2017. Faced with the increase in in visitors' number (17 million per year...
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