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Exploitation of Hunting and Fishing Tourism in Galați County, Romania

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The Suitability of Moldova Climate for Balneary - Climatic Tourism and Outdoor Activities - A Study Based on the Tourism Climate Index

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The impact of tourism on local communities and their environment in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan: a local community perspective

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The concept of sustainable tourism development in rural areas – A case study of Zbąszyń commune

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The Actual Stage of Potential Development Regarding the Tourism in Slănic Moldova Resort, Bacău County

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This article illustrates the concept of tourism potential, which includes all natural and human tourism resources which generate various forms of tourism. Slănic Moldova town is in a great development, being sustained by the glorious oldtime image: ”Moldova‟s Pearl”. The recent accomplishments, the implementation projects and the short and medium time investment programs aim not only to affirm the resort at a regional level, but to transform it in to an authentic “Romanian tourism pearl”. Developing Slănic Moldova town will aim to develop its natural resources. For the years to come, it is willing to sustain a long-lasting economy especially based on touristic services at a European level, but also on diversifying the local economic activities, in respect for the nature and permanent environment preoccupation. In order to reach certain values the contribution of all factors that can determine the town‟s socio-economic development are needed: the local community and the local‟s support, keeping the environment intact and not the least increasing the number of tourists. Slănic Moldova will be one of the main touristic balneoclimatheric mountain destinations in Romania having a diverse and attractive touristic offer during the entire year, high quality touristic services, in an exceptional, pollution free, natural environment. Slănic Moldova will pass through an essential stage of its development, in which the national and external touristic context will be redefined. Being guided by the reputation of „Moldova‟s Pearl”, Slănic Moldova will develop its mineral waters and great natural environment extraordinary potential, thus becoming the great „pearl of Romanian tourism”.

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The Impact of Tourism and Ecological Footprints on Protected Natural Areas. Case Study - Dragon’s Garden (Gradina Zmeilor) Salaj County – Romania

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This paper will deal with the degradation of the Nature Reserve, The Dragon’s Garden, caused both by tourism but also human intervention, aspects which have been noticed from the study visits in the area.

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Dynamics of the Entrepreneurial Sector in Territorial Systems with Tourist Functionality – Structural Trends and Changes

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Economic Impact of Accommodation Structures on the Local Territorial System

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Analysis of the Tourism Activities in the Protected Natural Areas of Vrancea County

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A more efficient valuation of beaches using tourists’ perspectives and Geographic Information System (GIS): The case of Patenga of Chittagong, Bangladesh

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