BLACKPOOL TOURISM CASE STUDY BBC BITESIZE

What are heritage sites? Tourist resorts – Blackpool British tourist resort development and change, using Blackpool as a case study. Sustainable Tourism A look at ecotourism and sustainable tourism in Snowdonia and Pembrokeshire. Blaenavon Ironworks Visit to Blaenavon Ironworks looking at its history. Tourism in Blaengarw Potential for tourism in the post-industrial community of Blaengarw. This can have both positive and negative impacts on the area.

What are heritage sites? To limit the amount of money that is spent on it. What is the most popular activity that people do whilst on holiday in the UK? Which of the following is a historical site? The problems of environmental and visual pollution caused by different land uses. To avoid conflicts between people.

Tourism in Blaengarw Potential for tourism in the post-industrial community of Blaengarw.

Positive Negative Jobs created Jobs are often seasonal based on the time of year and are poorly paid More money for boackpool country Most money goes out of the area to big companies, not locals Local traditions and customs are kept alive because tourists enjoy traditional shows, eg Fase dancing Culture and traditions change as outsiders arrive Money from tourists can be tojrism to protect the natural landscape Damage to the natural environment, eg footpath erosion the wearing away of footpathslitter, habitats destroyed to build hotels New facilities for the tourists also benefit locals, eg new roads Overcrowding and traffic jams Greater demand for local food and crafts Prices increase in local shops as tourists are often more wealthy than the local population Tourism can create lots of different types of jobs.

  ESSAY TUNGKOL SA PANANAMPALATAYA

Changes in Tourism The effects of tourism on an imaginary Spanish island from the s to the present. Physical resources are tourist attractions that have been made by nature.

Most of these are tertiary jobs. The National Portrait Gallery. Physical resources are competitive sports that attract people, for example boxing. This can have both positive and negative impacts on the area.

To limit the amount of money that is spent on it.

Impacts of tourism – Revision 3 – KS3 Geography – BBC Bitesize

Which csse the most popular man-made tourist attraction in the UK? Which of the following is a historical site? The effects of tourism on an imaginary Spanish island from the s to the present. Tourism to a particular destination is often influenced by the human and physical resources found in a particular place. What are human resources?

blackpool tourism case study bbc bitesize

Sometimes tourist numbers fall due to natural disasters such as floods or because of war or unrest. Which one of tuorism following tourist attractions is NOT a physical resource? Damage to the natural environment, eg footpath erosion the wearing away of footpathslitter, habitats destroyed to build hotels.

blackpool tourism case study bbc bitesize

Most money goes out of the area to big companies, not locals. Overcrowding and traffic jams.

blackpool tourism case study bbc bitesize

fase Human resources are people who are tourist attractions, such as the Queen or the Pope. To make it profitable. British tourist resort development and change, using Blackpool as a case study. Human resources are tourist attractions that have been made by nature. Greater demand tourjsm local food and crafts. To avoid conflicts between people. Many developing countries are keen to develop tourism in order to become richer and to improve the quality of life tourim their people.

  CURRICULUM VITAE UGTO

Local traditions and customs are kept alive because tourists enjoy traditional shows, eg Flamenco dancing. Tourism can provide jobs and improve the wealth of an area. Culture and traditions change as outsiders arrive. Tourist resorts – Blackpool British tourist resort development and change, using Blackpool as a case study.

Blaenavon Ironworks Visit to Blaenavon Ironworks looking at its history. Which of the following is a cultural monument? Physical resources are tourist attractions that have been made by people.

Sustainability class clips

Discussion of tourism management in the Snowdonia National Park. More money for the country. Positive and negative impacts of tourism Tourism can provide jobs and improve the wealth of an area.