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|Title:||Indicators of tourism development of the Serbian danube region|
El Bilali, H.
|Publisher:||Уральский федеральный университет|
|Citation:||Lukić D. Indicators of tourism development of the Serbian danube region / D. Lukić; S. Berjan; H. El Bilali // R-Economy. — 2018. — Vol. 4, Iss. 1. — P. 30-38.|
|Abstract:||Protected natural area in the Danube region covers 107,200 hectares and includes two national parks, two nature parks, one place of outstanding natural beauty, five special natural reserves, twenty-five nature monuments, and two sites of international significance included in the Ramsar list. However, only 140 immovable and 374 movable cultural objects are officially registered. There are 31 cultural objects of exceptional importance and national significance and 89 objects of great importance and regional significance. The objects with this status are protected by the state. Two sites are on the preliminary UNESCO World Heritage list. This paper discusses the potential of tourism industry in the Serbian Danube Region and the prospects of its further development. We outline the current state of tourism industry and describe the geographical location of the region, its natural and anthropogenic resources, and accommodation capacities. We analyse such data as the number of tourists and the number of overnight stays by municipalities in 2016, and the average length of stay. The indicators used are the functionality coefficient, the capacity utilization and the intensity of functionality. The conclusion is drawn that the tourism potential of the Serbian Danube Region is not fully realized and that its development should be at a much higher level, given the increasingly important role of the region as a major tourist destination in Serbia.|
|Russian Science Citation Index Identifier:||https://elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=32832408|
|Origin:||R-Economy. 2018. Vol. 4. Iss. 1|
|Appears in Collections:||R-Economy|
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