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Thermal and medical tourism in Hungary are characterised by a continuous development. The management, efficiency, operational effectiveness and offer of enterprises in the field of tourism influence the competitiveness of Hungary's tourism. In the present day economic life the thorough analysis of...

Author(s)
Fenyves, V.; Dékán-Orbán, I.; Könyves, E.; Nagy, A.; Sándor, F.
Publisher
Agroinform Publishing House, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
APSTRACT: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce, 2014, 8, 4, pp 77-84
Abstract

Since health tourism is one of the most popular and most dynamically developing products of modern tourism, this paper aims at studying the characteristic features of health tourism destinations from a regional and spatial perspective. Accordingly, the authors would like to introduce a new approach ...

Author(s)
Jónás-Berki, M.; Csapó, J.; Pálfi, A.; Aubert, A.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Journal of Tourism Research, 2015, 17, 6, pp 602-612
Abstract

Health tourism in Hungary holds major opportunities. When analysing medical and wellness accommodation data, it can be stated that the Hungarian population is keenly interested in health-related tourism services. From the aspect of further development, health tourism based on medical services can...

Author(s)
Kiss, K.
Publisher
Agroinform Publishing House, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
APSTRACT: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce, 2012, No.5, pp 57-62
Abstract

This report defines wellness tourism, discusses the key factors affecting its development, and describes the characteristics of wellness tourism. It also highlights trends in this industry segment, including recent spa industry developments and the expansion of medical tourism. Case studies of...

Author(s)
Messerli, H. R.; Oyama, Y.
Publisher
Mintel International Group Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 2004, No.August, pp 1-54
Abstract

Growing interest in natural forms of medicine and increasing awareness of the consequences of generally unhealthy modern lifestyles have promoted the renaissance of balneology. The main features of balneology are briefly outlined. The market possibilities of medical tourism are very promising. The...

Author(s)
Fluck, I.
Publisher
Kereskedelmi és Idegenforgalmi Továbbképző Vállalat, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
A gyógyidegenforgalom fejlesztésének időszerü kérdései., 1991, pp 105-115
Abstract

Hungary's outstanding thermal and medical water resources have long formed the basis of tourist activity. Some of the thermal resorts are located in economically disadvantaged areas and can contribute to the economic development of the regions in question. The construction of 25-30 new baths is...

Author(s)
Vadas, V.
Publisher
Kereskedelmi és Idegenforgalmi Továbbképző, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
A gyógyidegenforgalom helye és szerepe az idegenforgalomban., 1991, pp 37pp.
Abstract

Two articles focus on medical/health tourism in Hungary. The first looks at the position of health tourism within tourism as a whole, at its development and current opportunities. It is found that medical tourism has not yet established a dominant position within the Hugarian tourist industry. The...

Author(s)
Zórándi, T.; Gellai, I.
Publisher
SZVT Baranya Megyei Szervezete, Pécs, Hungary
Citation
Gyógyidegenforgalom., 1988, pp 48-62; 77-93
Abstract

Thermal and medical forms of tourism are increasing in importance in Hungary, with 22% of foreigners visiting Hungary for its thermal waters and 59% enjoying, beside other opportunities, the thermal baths. As thermal water resources are to be found in all parts of the country, they are an important ...

Author(s)
Vadas, V.; Vajda, R.
Citation
Kereskedelmi Szemle, 1989, 30, 5, pp 25-28
Abstract

The first of these 3 articles on the exploitation of thermal waters in Hungary for tourism indicates that, based on recommendations of UN agencies, UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) undertook to provide financial support for the development of tourism in areas of thermal waters. An...

Author(s)
Szilágyi, L.; Gyarmati, J.; Hubay, S.
Citation
Városépités, 1988, 24, 4, pp 5-8; 11-12; 12-15
Abstract

In order to determine the demand for health or medical tourism in the South Danubian region of Hungary, 5 factors were investigated: quality of the water; investment; natural resources; demographic factors; and infrastructure and tourism facilities. 350 facilities were placed in rank order,...

Author(s)
Zeller, G.
Publisher
SZVT Baranya megyei Szervezete, Pécs, Hungary
Citation
Gyógyidegenforgalom '87., 1987, pp 154-171

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