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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level

7096/23

TRAVEL AND TOURISM
Alternative to Coursework

October/November 2013

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2 hours 30 minutes
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST
This Insert contains all the Figures referred to in the questions.
Anything the candidate writes on this Insert will not be marked.

This document consists of 3 printed pages and 1 blank page.
DC (CW) 83614/2
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Fig. 1 for Question 1

Rail of India launches ‘Gateway to India’ tour
Rail of India is one of India’s leading providers of rail travel to domestic and international leisure
tourists. Many tourists from Japan and Australia wish to visit India’s many historic and cultural
sites, including the Taj Mahal, the Ladakh monasteries and the Elephant Gate. India is perfect
for rail travel as the rail network is good. All main attractions can be reached by train, as you sit
back and enjoy the stunning scenery of the countryside.
Rail of India has launched ‘Gateway to India’, a flexible tour which allows customers to choose
their own route and spend time at locations of their choice. Free welcome packs are available
in Japanese and English and local guides are at main departure points to advise tourists about
places of specific interest to each nationality.

Fig. 1

Fig. 2 for Question 2

Tourism in Bulgaria






40% of international tourists come from Greece, Romania and Germany.
Since 2011 there has been a 25% increase in domestic tourism.
Most tourists choose all-inclusive packages.
Most tourists also choose cultural packages, including architectural and village tourism.
Tourism in Bulgaria was promoted in 2012 through an advertising campaign using
television and leaflets.
Fig. 2

Fig. 3 for Question 3

Skanis Hotel opens family-friendly rooms
The Skanis Hotel has recently added 15 specially designed family rooms. The opening of these
rooms was attended by one of Tunisia’s football stars. Every room has access to the playroom
with toys and entertainment for all age groups. There is a free baby-sitting service and the
hotel offers a range of supervised activities in the sports area for children aged 5 to 15. The
swimming pool with slides and fountains is perfect for children and the lifeguard ensures safe
swimming all day. A special price, available only on the family rooms, includes entrance to
nearby local attractions. The Skanis Hotel is one of the few hotels in Tunisia to issue e-tickets.

Fig. 3
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Fig. 4 for Question 4

The future of Windmills of Holland
Windmills of Holland, which owns six beautiful windmills and a museum in western Holland, has
been receiving tourists for over one hundred years. Research has shown that 90% of tourists
think the windmill tours and museum are one of the best places to visit for anyone going to
Holland. However, the owners of Windmills of Holland are wondering whether large numbers
of tourists will continue to visit in the future as city breaks to Amsterdam and Rotterdam have
become increasingly popular. For example, Rotterdam’s new water and maritime centre is
attracting many families, particularly as it offers accommodation as well as interesting activities
for all age groups.

Fig. 4

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