Vacation Places. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! These places usually are a city, town, or other area that is dependent to a significant extent on the revenues accruing from tourism. It may contain one or more tourist attractions and possibly some "tourist traps." Many tourist attractions are seasonal in nature (such as a ski resort), these towns typically experience an on-season where the town is bustling with tourists and workers, and an off-season where the town is populated only by a small amount of local year-round residents. In addition, these towns are often popular with wealthy retirees and people wishing to purchase vacation homes. In the US, owners and marketers of attractions advertise tourist attractions on billboards along the side of highways and roadways, especially in remote areas. These attractions often provide free promotional brochures and flyers in information centers, fast food restaurants, hotel and motel rooms or lobbies, and rest area. Some examples are: Argentina (Mar del Plata, Villa Gesell), Australia (Gold Coast), Brazil (Caldas Novas, Palmas, Tocantins), Canary Islands, Spain (Las Palmas), Canada (Niagara Falls, Tofino, Whistler), Cuba (Varadero), France (Cannes, Nice), Germany (Baden-Baden, Binz, Heringsdorf), Israel (Eilat), Italy (Riccione), Jamaica (Ocho Rios). Enjoy these vintage ads for Vacation Places while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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