The World Tourism Cities Development Report (2022) focuses on 100 sample cities worldwide. To make a scientific and comprehensive analysis of the sample cities, the report sets up 32 sub-indices and 61 component indicators from six perspectives (i.e. city popularity, industry development, urban intelligence, tourism safety, economic contribution and tourist satisfaction). It aims to fully and vividly reflect the development features of the world's major tourism cities and tourism industries in 2022, and to provide a better experience summary and enlightenment for the world's tourism cities and tourism enterprises, thus advancing the sustainable development of the global tourism industry.
On March 2, 2022, the World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF) and the Tourism Research Centre, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (TRC-CASS) jointly released the Report on World Tourism Economy Trends (2022) (hereinafter referred to as the Report) in Beijing.
As an important research result of WTCF, the Report aims to present a more comprehensive and vivid picture of the development of the world's major tourism cities and tourism industry in 2021, and provide more experience sharing for the comprehensive recovery of the world tourism cities and tourism industry.
2021 WTCF Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit & World Conference on Tourism Cooperation and Development kicked off in Beijing on 3 September. At the conference, Li Baochun, Executive Deputy Secretary-General of WTCF, launched on behalf of the organizer WTCF's key research result, Agenda for the Future Development of World Tourism Cities (2021-2030).
2021 WTCF Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit & World Conference on Tourism Cooperation and Development held by the World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF) kicked off on 3 September. WTCF expert Du Yili released the World Tourism Cities Development Report (2020).