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The paper presents a study of the archival material and relevant literature on the development of accommodation facilities as part of the Dubrovnik District tourism supply in the Kingdom of SHS (Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes) and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Besides the already published data ...

Author(s)
Penava, M. B.; Matušić, Ð.
Publisher
Faculty of Economics, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Acta Turistica, 2012, 24, 1, pp 61-85
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Cover for Adriatic coastal development planning by Federal Yugoslavia (now Croatia), 1960-1980.

This chapter describes the phases of Yugoslavian physical planning for tourism on the Adriatic Coast of present-day Croatia, starting with the period 1960-75 when the Jadran I, II and III Adriatic Projects were implemented, up to the period 1975-85 when the focus was placed on eco-planning and...

Author(s)
Travis, A. S.
ISBN
2011 CABI (H ISBN 9781845937423)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

This paper addresses the importance of volunteer tourism as a strategy to contribute to tourism development in Serbia. The instability caused by the dissolution of Yugoslavia has prompted an economic crisis and a severe halt in tourism activities. International work camps in Serbia attract hundreds ...

Author(s)
Klicek, T.; Breda, Z.
Publisher
Universidade de Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
Citation
Revista Turismo & Desenvolvimento , 2010, No.13/14, Vol. 2, pp 609-620
Abstract

Banat area is 28 526 km2, of which 18 966 km2 belong to Romania, and about 1/3 to Yugoslavia (9 276 km), while a corner in the north-west to the confluence Mures Tisza, the Hungarian (284 km2). Banat is characterized by a remarkable tourist potential, represented by the natural abundance objectives ...

Author(s)
Csosz, I.; Ciolac, M. R.
Publisher
Universitatea de Stiinte Agricole Si Medicina Veterinara "Ion Ionescu de la Brad", Iasi, Romania
Citation
Lucrări Științifice, Universitatea de Stiinte Agricole Și Medicină Veterinară "Ion Ionescu de la Brad" Iași, Seria Agronomie, 2009, 52, 2, pp 316-321
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Cover for Sustainability as the basis for future tourism development in Serbia.

This chapter examines Serbia's pursuit of a "sustainable" tourism development policy and the context within which this is evolving. This context comprises: Serbia being set in relative isolation during the 1990s; the physical destruction and regional instability wrought by the break up of...

Author(s)
Popesku, J.; Hall, D.
ISBN
2004 CABI Publishing (H ISBN 9780851997483)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

This paper evaluates current issues surrounding the role and development of rural tourism in southeastern Europe (SEE) (Romania, Bulgaria, Albania and much of former Yugoslavia), setting this within the wider context of change in post-communist central and eastern Europe (CEE). It examines local...

Author(s)
Hall, D.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Journal of Tourism Research, 2004, 6, 3, pp 165-176
Abstract

Employing a comparative perspective, this chapter offers a critical evaluation of the post-conflict tourism policies of the former Yugoslav republics bordering on the eastern Adriatic (Slovenia, Croatia, and Montenegro). Policies for destination rejuvenation and national re-imaging are evaluated....

Author(s)
Hall, D.
Publisher
Channel View Publications, Clevedon, UK
Citation
Coastal mass tourism: diversification and sustainable development in Southern Europe, 2004, pp 341-355
Abstract

Employing a comparative perspective, this paper offers a critical evaluation of the post-conflict tourism policies of the former Yugoslav republics (Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro) bordering on the eastern Adriatic. Policies for destination 'rejuvenation' and national re-imaging are evaluated....

Author(s)
Hall, D.
Publisher
Multilingual Matters Ltd, Clevedon, UK
Citation
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2003, 11, 2/3, pp 280-294
Abstract

An overview of Serbia's tourism resources (natural features, cultural and historical heritage, and geographic position) and the tourism crisis during 1989-2000 is presented. The country's promotional campaign to build a new image as a tourist destination is then discussed, highlighting the...

Author(s)
Milojevic, L.
Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
WTO-ETC Promotion of the tourist image of European destinations on competitive international markets, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 9-10 May 2002, 2002, pp 113-118
Abstract

This article provides a comprehensive overview of the tourism situation in Eastern Europe, including a geographical perspective which establishes a context for the trends identified in tourism development. The former Communist countries can be divided into three geographical regions, depending on...

Author(s)
Hall, D. R.
Publisher
Leisure Studies Association, Eastbourne, UK
Citation
Tourism and leisure: towards the millennium. Volume 1: tourism and leisure - culture, heritage and participation., 1995, pp 3-10

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