Fabian Demicoli

Consultation on the European Tourism of the Future


The European Commission is
organising in parallel another consultation on ways to further reduce the
regulatory and administrative burden on the sector, tourism-related public
administrations and other tourism stakeholders in the EU.

The main
objectives of this consultation are:

better
identify the key challenges and opportunities for the European tourism
industry's future;

help
revising, if necessary, the Action Plan for the sector adopted by the European
Commission in 2010 (COM(2010)352).

The questionnaire can be found:
http://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/2e7395a8-d740-3624-f4b2-7b9f3826546c

Deadline is 15th March 2014

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