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Differences and Similarities among Rural Tourism in Slovenia and Serbia – Perceptions of Local Tourism Workers
(Beograd : Institut za ekonomiku poljoprivredeBeograd : Društvo agrarnih ekonomistaBukurešt : Akademija ekonomskih nauka, 2016)
This paper deals with the development of rural areas in Slovenia and Serbia and gives some differences/similarities among these two countries based on perception of 492 tourism work - ers. The article making a series ...
Development Perspectives of Rural Tourism Policy – a Comparative Study of Rural Tourism Competitiveness Based on Perceptions of Tourism Workers in Slovenia and Serbia
(Germany: De Gruyter, 2018)
This paper deals with the development of rural areas in Slovenia and Serbia. The article identifies the main characteristics of rural tourism competitiveness in Slovenia and Serbia, analysing the main contributions and ...
The Linkage between Traditional Food and Loyalty of Tourists to the Rural Destinations
(Niš : University of Niš, 2017)
Gastronomy tourism can be regarded as a travel to a destination for cultural purposes with experiences of unique and traditional foods at the destination. Based on this, the main hypothesis is set. It follows that traditional ...
Application of tourist function indicators in tourism development
(Geographical Institute “Jovan Cvijic”, SASA, 2017)
Tourism development planning requires consideration of indicators regarding the intensity of tourist activity within destination and measure that should not be exceeded in further improvement of this activity, in order to ...
Vernacular architecture in Macedonia and Serbia: a comparative study
(Belgrade : Geographical Institute “Jovan Cvijić” SASALoznica : Cultural Centre “Vuk Karadžić”, 2018)
Vernacular architecture is an important segment of a cultural identity of the Balkan Peninsula. This study enables understanding of common types of vernacular architecture by comparing construction, function, and forms in ...