The guide has been assembled by a collaboration of 36 city tourism organisations working under the auspices of the European City Cards Knowledge Group.
As well as offering a succinct overview of how the cards can work for operators and intermediaries, the e-brochure provides much practical information, including details of commissions and contact details for each and every city.
With the help of the brochure, the travel trade will be able to make optimum use of city cards so as to create new business and at the same time enhance the customer experience.
Wendy Sieger-Kintzen, Chairperson of the European City Cards Knowledge Group and Manager at Amsterdam Tourism & Convention Board says:
“We publish the travel trade guide to make specific information on city cards available and easy accessible, based on the specific needs of our industry.”
City Cards are a great way to see the sights and save money
The cards offer free and/or discounted admission to leading visitor attractions, combined in many cases with public transport options, as well as discounts at shops, bars and restaurants. It is a truly perfect way to discover a city.
36 Cities in One
The cities and City Cards you can find out in the e-brochure are: Amsterdam, Antwerp, Barcelona, Belfast, Berlin, Bruges, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dijon, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Geneva, Gijon, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Innsbruck, Krakow, Lisbon, Ljubljana, London, Lyon, Nantes, Nice, Nuremberg, Oslo, Prague, Reykjavik, Split, Stockholm, Tallinn, Turku, Valencia, Vienna, Vilnius, Zagreb, Zaragoza.
The e-brochure is available for free here, on dev.europeancitiesmarketing.com or by directly contacting individual cities.
City Cards are also available on www.europeancitycards.com, and their mobile phone applications are downloadable for free at the Appstore and at the Android Market.
*ECM (European Cities Marketing) is the leading European association of city tourism offices and convention bureaux, representing 120 members across 100 major cities in 32 countries. Its aim is to improve the performance and maintain the competitiveness of its members through the exchange of best practice and information.
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