How do I get more tourists in SimCity?

It’s generally a good idea to have as much variety as possible so that tourists of all classes can come to your city and spend….Medium Wealth Tourists

  1. Train or ship to enter city.
  2. Bus, taxi, or walking to travel within city.
  3. Medium price shops and medium-class casinos.
  4. Medium priced hotels.
  5. Train or ship for exiting city.

How do you make a profitable city in SimCity 4?

Here are a few more SimCity 4 tips to help you start a new city successfully.

  1. Hold off on Public Services.
  2. Manage Funding for Services.
  3. Raise Taxes.
  4. Make Residential and Industrial Development a Priority.
  5. Plant Trees.
  6. Hold Off on Fire and Police Departments.
  7. Grow Healthcare Facilities Carefully.

How do I attract more Sims to my City?

Check your gambling and tourism data often & cater events and modules towards the Sims that visit your city the most. Example: If you have a lot of medium wealth Sims coming to your city, add the Craps module to your Sleek Casino instead of the Poker module.

How to attract tourists to your city?

Not only do you need to attract tourists to your city, but you also need to provide adequate transport, activities and accommodation to keep them happy and convince them to hand over their cash. Culture buildings and stadiums will naturally attract visitors to your city, but the quantity of such buildings you can construct is limited.

How do I attract tourists to my casino?

Build the casino add-ons that say they “Attract Tourists”. The discos, clubs and concert halls are the items you’ll want to plop early on to get your tourist draw up. Signs also bring in additional tourists. I’ve summarized the tourist draws for each of the casino add-ons in the table below.

How do you attract tourists to your stadium?

There are also lots of hotel options for low and medium wealth sims, and a couple hi-rise hotels for high wealth sims as well as shopping for each class. Routinely, in my pro stadium, I host the “world championship” event in hopes of attracting more medium and high wealth tourists.