The education data have been extracted from the Urban Audit database and joined with the corresponding Urban Audit cities shapefile. The reference year is 2004, where 2004 data are not available, data from 2001 are used (ES, IT, PL, PT, SI, SK, FI). After joining the statistical with the geographic data the information is mapped as coloured dots.
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Developing countries often gain little financial benefit from the influx of visitors to their shores. Only around 30 % of the money spent by tourists on their holiday remains in the host country. Eco tourism is promoted in some countries. For sustainable destinations, explore EU’s catalogue at www.eco-label.com or the National Geographic's portal at www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/sustainable.
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