tourism

THE IMPORTANCE OF EQUESTRIAN TOURISM ENTERPRISES IN TOURISM DESTINATION MANAGEMENT IN HUNGARY

by Erika Könyves – Éva Suta Hungary is the pioneer of the European Equestrian Tourism. Several thousands foreign tourists visited specific equestrian programmes already in the 1960’s and 1970’s. At the same times some hundred thousands of holiday tourists visited equestrian shows and programs organised in different areas of our country.…

EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS – SUPPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM AND RURAL AREAS IN SERBIA

by Jonel Subic, Zorica Vasiljevic & Sanjin Ivanovic The paper presents three mini-projects that have been implemented by The Institute of Agricultural Economics – Belgrade in the 2006–2008 period. Those were special educational projects in agriculture and rural development, whereas extension activities were concentrated onto three topics: farm management, support of…

NEW TYPES OF TOURISM AND TOURISM MARKETING IN THE POST-INDUSTRIAL WORLD

by László Arva & Zsuzsa Deli-Gray At the end of the 20th century in the most developed countries economy and society went through profound transformation. The emerging post-industrial society can be characterised by the dominance of service industry, more leisure time of the population, higher disposable income and more conscious…

ANALYSIS OF DEMAND FOR WELLNESS AND MEDICAL TOURISM IN HUNGARY

by Katalin Kiss 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 be a take-off point for…