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1

What are the infrastructural endogenous characteristics of Stratford-upon-Avon?

Bridging point
Served by Midlands and Chiltern trains
27 miles from Birmingham airport
On A422

2

What are the physical endogenous characteristics of Stratford-upon-Avon?

Floodplain of River Avon

3

What are the demographic endogenous characteristics of Stratford-upon-Avon?

70.3% Christian
Average age of 44
97.5% speak English

4

What are the environmental endogenous characteristics of Stratford-upon-Avon?

Medieval buildings

5

What are the locational endogenous characteristics of Stratford-upon-Avon?

35m above sea level
101 miles from London

6

What are the economic endogenous characteristics of Stratford-upon-Avon?

Tertiary services

7

What are the land use endogenous characteristics of Stratford-upon-Avon?

Urban environment

8

What is a tourist place?

Where flows of people and investment have shaped the character of the place

9

What does tourism produce?

A distinctive set of interconnections between places becsuse of its different relationship between producers and consumers

10

The product sold at tourist sites it...

...intangible

11

What are the flows of people?

Day trippers from Birmingham to Europeans eg French school groups to global visitors from USA and Japan

12

What are the flows of investment?

Locally based family business to national monies eg from UK Arts, M&S to Global investment from HSBC, McDonalds

13

What is the relationship between producers and consumers?

Direct, through shops, hotels, boat trips, Shakespeare tours

14

What is the intangible product sold?

Experience boat rides, Shakespeare tours, theatre visits, ghost walks

15

How is income generated?

Through flows of products, images, information and experiences

16

What does the experimental nature of the product shape?

The material and socio-cultural characteistics of the place itself, eg some traditional building, some very modern, new developments eg Premier Inn, Bell Court, has cosmopolitan feel