Tourist Loyalty and Urban E-Services: A Comparison of Behavioral Impacts in Leipzig and Amsterdam

J. Romao, E.S. van Leeuwen, B. Neuts, P. Nijkamp

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Abstract

Abstract: E-services are increasingly important communication tools for tourism providers but not all tourists prefer the same type of services. This work compares the preferences for e-services according to the characteristics of tourists and the implications on their expenditures during travel to the cities of Amsterdam and Leipzig. In addition, the determinants of satisfaction and loyalty according to the characteristics and motivations of the visitors in these cities are analyzed. Despite some important common tendencies, most of the relations under analysis in both structural models did not provide identical results for these two cities, emphasizing the heterogeneity of tourism destinations.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)85-101
JournalJournal of Urban Technology
Volume22
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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