Gtour 可为其客户提供很难得的机会与世界20多个国家与地区的城市市政当局会面并进行交流,以了解其各自城市市政当局在应对全球性挑战的情况下所采取的措施以及其为城市发展所做出的改进与所创造的机遇;比如像污染、水资源短缺和贫困这些在当今世界50%的人口大量聚居在城市的情况下普遍存在与常见的问题。

为解决这些问题,他们愿意分享其丰富的经验与专业的知识和见解,以为双方城市的共同协同发展和可持续性发展作出重大贡献。

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Berlin City Administration

Berlin has strong ties to the rest of the world.

Many of the visitors of state invited to Berlin by the federal government use their stay here to meet with the Governing Mayor, too.

The countless visits by working groups on very different levels also illustrate the unflagging interest in our city. Of course, Berlin does not just welcome visitors; rather, the city’s political representatives also make valuable contacts on their own visits abroad in connection with specific themes. Ideally, these contacts lead to lasting relationships. In addition, Berlin’s 17 city partnerships are given focus and content at the Berlin Town Hall, which also coordinates Berlin’s work in various international city networks and assists the many different embassies and other foreign missions here in the city.

A wide array of cooperative projects with cities in other countries and special tasks round off our activities.

Berlin offers a comprehensive range of services to the city’s international visitors. Along with the traditional goals of international cooperation – the idea of promoting international understanding and international exchange – our work is aimed at enhancing Berlin’s position worldwide. Especially in the areas of business –and particularly the tourism industry – culture, and climate protection.

MUNICH CITY ADMINISTRATION

TBerlin has strong ties to the rest of the world. Many of the visitors of state invited to Berlin by the federal government use their stay here to meet with the Governing Mayor, too. The countless visits by working groups on very different levels also illustrate the unflagging interest in our city. Of course, Berlin does not just welcome visitors; rather, the city’s political representatives also make valuable contacts on their own visits abroad in connection with specific themes. Ideally, these contacts lead to lasting relationships. In addition, Berlin’s 17 city partnerships are given focus and content at the Berlin Town Hall, which also coordinates Berlin’s work in various international city networks and assists the many different embassies and other foreign missions here in the city. A wide array of cooperative projects with cities in other countries and special tasks round off our activities. Berlin offers a comprehensive range of services to the city’s international visitors. Along with the traditional goals of international cooperation – the idea of promoting international understanding and international exchange – our work is aimed at enhancing Berlin’s position worldwide. Especially in the areas of business –and particularly the tourism industry – culture, and climate protection.

The Royal Commission for AL-Ula

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) was established to protect and safeguard AlUla, a region of outstanding natural and cultural significance in North-West Saudi Arabia. RCU is embarking on a long-term plan to develop and deliver a sensitive, sustainable transformation of the region, reaffirming it as one of country’s most important archaeological and cultural destinations and preparing it to welcome visitors from around the world.

RCU’s development work in AlUla encompasses a broad range of initiatives across archaeology, tourism, culture, education and the arts, reflecting the ambitious commitment to cultivate tourism and leisure in Saudi Arabia, outlined in Vision 2030.

MOSCOW TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY DEVELOPMENT

Moscow traces its history back to 1147.

Moscow has been a capital city several times throughout its history.

In 1922, while remaining the capital of the Russian Republic, Moscow also became the capital of the Soviet Union.

Despite all the trials and tribulations Moscow faced over the centuries, its architectural landscape still boasts structures from almost every historical period.

Twice it was proposed to rename Moscow, in the 1920s and ‘50s. I n the former instance, the plan was to name it Ilyich and in the latter, Stalinodar. In the end, it retained its original name — miraculously, perhaps.

The postwar era’s architectural legacy includes seven high rises built in what later became known as the Stalin Empire style. These seven imposing edifices were supposed to replace the demolished major churches as the city’s main reference points, along with highlighting the grandeur of the Soviet system.

Initially, it was planned to build the seven high rises around a Palace of Soviets as the centerpiece, but this latter building remained on paper only. The existing seven buildings can tell us not only about their VIP tenants, but also about their builders, recruited from the ranks of convicts.

SAINT PETERSBURG

t. Petersburg is considered to be the cultural capital of Russia.

St. Petersburg plays a significant role in Russian history and culture of 18th-20th centuries being a place where many world-known musicians, painters, singers, writers, actors, architects and scientists lived and worked.

It is rightfully considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with its historic area being a UNESCO’s World Heritage site.

St. Petersburg is not only a highly acclaimed tourist centre, but also a rapidly developing metropolis, being a largest transportation hub in the North-West of Russia, which stimulates the development of economic ties and growth of its industrial capacity.

Its favourable location makes St. Petersburg an important global transportation and commercial centre. Every day, international automobile, air, railroad and maritime transportation go through the city. This boosts the development of economic ties and the growth of its industrial potential: energy industry, heavy engineering, automobile industry, pharmaceutics as well as Information and Communication Technologies cluster are the most actively developing industries.

In the last years and at present, large scale investment city infrastructure development projects have been and are being carried out.

The city’s rich scientific and cultural potential create the unique atmosphere of the city. St. Petersburg is dignified of carrying an honorary title of an “open-air museum”. The city has hundreds of museums, palaces, theatres, monuments, gardens, fountains, and permanent and temporary exhibitions.

St. Petersburg is also a recognised business tourism centre. Every year, the city hosts business events of global importance including G8 Summit, G20 Summit, St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Russia-ASEAN Business Forum and many others. The significance of the city as of Europe’s convention centre has increased since the opening of a new convention and exhibition centre EXPOFORUM, a top-level venue hosting events of diverse scale.

Beijing

Beijing, the capital of the People’s Republic of China, is one of China’s political, cultural and scientific and technological innovation center and international communication. Beijing city has a total area of about 16410 square kilometers, administrative region is divided into 16 area, as of late 2016, the city’s permanent population of 21.729 million people.

Beijing has more than 3000 years of history and more than 850 years of the founding of the capitals. There are six world cultural heritage in Beijing region, 128 national key cultural relics protection unit, the municipal cultural relics protection unit 357, 25 public library, archives of 18, museum, 173, public arts and cultural center, 20 theaters article 23, 182 theaters, sports venues, 20075.

Beijing is the world’s largest capital of the world 500 strong enterprise headquarters, multinational company research and development institutions. 35 major cities in China headquarters economic development power rankings, Beijing for many years maintained its headquarters economic development capacity charts.

Beijing is the talented person the most densely populated city in China. The city a total of 58 and 81 scientific research institutions in common colleges and universities graduate student, the post-graduate education recruit students 97000 people, in the graduate student 292000 people, 83000 graduates. 91 ordinary high schools in the city throughout the year to recruit students 155000 people, students 588000 people, 153000 graduates. The city’s adult programs recruit students 61000 people, students 172000 people, 82000 graduates.

Shanghai

Located at the estuary of the Yangtze River in eastern China and facing the Pacific Ocean, Shanghai sprawls across an area of over 6,340.5 square kilometers with a population of 24.2378 million in 2018.

Shanghai is China’s most thriving economic center, with GDP per capita climbing to US$20,398 by the end of 2018.Shanghai is a pioneer in China’s reform and opening-up, as well as innovation. A total of 670 multinational enterprises have set up regional headquarters in the city, and 441 foreign-invested R&D centers have also been established here. Shanghai is one of the world’s financial centers with its financial markets generating a total transaction volume of1,645.78 trillion yuan and trading volumes of several products ranked top among global markets. An RMB products center, which matches the currency’s international status, has taken form in the city.

Shanghai is an important shipping center, handling730.4794 million tons of goods in 2018. On top of that, its international container volume reached 42.0102 million TEUs, the highest in the world for nine straight years. When it comes to the number of cruise ship passengers, the city ranked fourth in the world. Some 771,600 flights were processed at Shanghai Pudong and Hongqiao international airports, reaching 117.6343million inbound and outbound trips.

Shanghai is also a world-renowned tourism destination and an international cultural exchange center where a large number of cultural activities are organized. International tourists journeyed here 8.93 million times in 2018. The city boasts a rich and profound culture with 131 museums and 23public libraries. It also held 175 international and domestic sporting events during the year.

Shanghai strives to become a technology innovation center. To achieve that goal, Shanghai spent heavily on R&D around 4%of its GDP.