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The Influence of Cognitive Image on Tourist Loyalty: A Study of Foreign Tourists Visiting Tirana City

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Occupancy of the Slovak Accommodation Establishments by Foreign Tourists

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The Rise of Smaller Cities and Its Meaning in International Tourism to Japan

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The Foreign Languages Factor in the Development of Tourism in Nigeria

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Tourism in Poland following EU entry

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FDI-led tourism growth hypothesis: empirical evidence from Croatian tourism

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The image of Germany in Poland and its impact on development of Poles travelling tourism to Germany

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Neighbouring countries – an important segment in inbound tourism An example of the European Union member states

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Lifestyle Migration in South Sinai, Egypt: Nationalisation, Privileged Citizenship and Indigenous Rights

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The index of tourist satisfaction with Lithuania

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