The Cruise Industry and Port City Regeneration: The Case of Valletta

@article{McCarthy2003TheCI,
  title={The Cruise Industry and Port City Regeneration: The Case of Valletta},
  author={J. McCarthy},
  journal={European Planning Studies},
  year={2003},
  volume={11},
  pages={341 - 350}
}
  • J. McCarthy
  • Published 2003
  • Business
  • European Planning Studies
Port cities in the Mediterranean and elsewhere are increasingly seeking to encourage tourism-related development, and the cruise industry is a significant potential source of revenue for such cities. Consequently, there is competition between port cities for infrastructure that allows increased cruise tourism, and many cities have encouraged the development of new cruise passenger terminal facilities. While such schemes have clear economic benefits, there are associated problems that may become… Expand
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