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The Gaudí Centre closed in 2010 with an increase in visitors

The Gaudí Centre closed in 2010 with an increase in visitors

Salou. Costa Dorada. In 2010, the fourth year since its opening, the Gaudi Centre has managed to operate without local financial contributions, obtained thanks to the balance between operating costs and revenue generated by their activities. The number of visitors increased by 14%. The operating budget of the Gaudí Centre in 2010, managed by the Municipal Tourism and Commerce of Reus was 275,374 euros, 7% less than last year, thanks to the efforts being made to streamline expenses of the center. In contrast, the total revenue generated by activities at the center were 284 560 euros, 37% more than in 2009. These data should add that the study conducted by the Department of Economics Faculty of Economics of the URV, which was submitted last October, indicate that the economic impact of the Gaudí Centre in the city Reus in 2010 is estimated at 4.3 million, so it has increased by 7'5% over the previous year when the impact was estimated at 4 million. Total Visitors During 2010 a total of 66,026 people visited the Centre Reus Gaudí, representing an increase of 14% over 2009. From the Municipal Tourism and Trade value this information as very positive, considering the current economic situation. It must be said that every year since its inauguration in 2007, the Gaudí Centre has steadily increased its number of visitors. Type of visitors Of the total visitors' center, 92% and 8% were tourists school. Among the total number of tourists, 63% visited the center on an individual basis and 37% did so with an organized group. The visitor profile of the Gaudí Centre is mostly individual and his visit will be carried out in Reus family. Visitors Origins For backgrounds, visitors to the Gaudí Centre will be allocated as follows: · 5.5% were citizens of Reus. • A 16% were Catalans, of which more than half (60%) came from the city and its environs. • A 25'5% were Spanish, standing at the top visitors from Valencia, followed by visitors to the Basque Country and the Community of Madrid. • A 53% came from other states, being the largest international visitor is of the Gaudí Centre (34,496 people). Among the foreigners, the collective was more important Russian nationality (48% of foreigners), followed by that came from France (26%). Then would come as the British public (5.3%) and Netherlands (4.3%). One in four visitors to the Gaudí Centre is Russian · The Gaudí Centre of Russian visitors (the main objective of the summer campaign 2010) were 15,528, 82% over the year 2009. The nationality of the tourists now account for 24% of total visitors to the Gaudí Centre and foreign tourists are the most numerous of this equipment. The French were 10,809 and represent 16% of total visitors, increasing by 23% over 2009. As for the Spanish visitors were 16,598, representing a 25'5% of the total, with a 6% increase over last year's data, and the Catalan visitors represent 16%. As expected, following the trend of recent years, the number of visitors has decreased from Reus, representing 5.5% of total visitors. Satisfaction of the visit The satisfaction of visitors, a figure that is drawn from the 2191 surveys the Gaudí Centre, the public has qualified excellent, with an average score of 9.05 out of 10. Remember that in 2007, the year's opening Gaudí Centre, the average satisfaction was a 8'32, up almost 1 point in the note. This improvement in the level of visitor satisfaction responds to the will of the Gaudí Centre to cater to the suggestions of visitors who visit the facility and the improvements made. Escuchar Leer fonéticamenteDiccionario - Ver diccionario detallado

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