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High-intensity interval training (HITT), which involves short bursts of intense activity, has moved from a form of training for elite athletes to...
The uniqueness of wetland tourism has become a significant component in the tourism industry, particularly in developing countries. Without any doubt, wetland areas have a lot of capabilities to attract tourists. Nevertheless, the relationship between local communities and capabilities of wetland...
Based on analyzing and summarizing the previous research results, the existing problems in the research of tourism resources development in the ecological economic zone of Poyang Lake were analyzed. And then the research trend in the future was pointed out.
Polish and Russian cross-border cooperation is governed by lawful agreements. The enlargement of the Schengen Area had a significant impact on Kaliningrad Oblast relations and cross-border cooperation with its neighbours. The introduction of visas between Poland and Russia hindered and restricted...
Romanian tourism development is a current and controversial topic. The ways through which this sector can be developed are several, but first must be carefully analyzed the present situation by making a good evaluation, in order to have effective and applicable results in our reality. Achieving the...
Free movement of persons within the EU and the modernization of infrastructure in most states are factors that favor the development of tourism. Different trajectories taken up in 1989 by the former communist countries, the policies applied to them, both during the Cold War and after 1990...
At present, the tourism industry is not one of the strategic domestic industries of the Romanian economy. Accounting for 3-3, 5% of GDP, tourism doesn't have a significant impact on the country's economic and social welfare or on the environment. However, we can argue that tourism accounts for a...
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