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Scottish Independence and Scotland's Future
Tourism


Scotland is a well-developed tourist destination, with tourism generally being responsible for sustaining 200,000 jobs mainly in the service sector, with tourist spending averaging at 4bn per year. Tourists from the United Kingdom make up the bulk of visitors to Scotland. In 2002, for example, UK visitors made 18.5 million visits to Scotland, staying 64.5 million nights and spending 3.7bn. In contrast, overseas residents made 1.58 million visits to Scotland, staying 15 million nights and spending 806m. In terms of overseas visitors, those from the United States made up 24% of visits to Scotland, with the United States being the largest source of overseas visitors, and Germany (9%), France (8%), Canada (7%) and Australia (6%), following behind.

Key Facts 2011
The key facts on tourism in 2011 (pdf)

Tourism - Executive Summary
A paper by the Scottish Democratic Alliance Think Tank (pdf)


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