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Potentials of Osijek as a Centre of Cultural Tourism

Maja Maronić (), Jerko Glavaš and Igor Mavrin
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Igor Mavrin: Ypsilon Ltd, Osijek, Croatia

Interdisciplinary Management Research, 2009, vol. 5, 711-720

Abstract: Cultural tourism is becoming the leading trend in the world tourism. Ever growing number of travellers put all of their free time and available resources in visiting and exploring of cultural sights. Sites of rich history and preserved tradition take precedence over usual summer arrangements. Active vacation is popular as well as travels that include visits to sights and adoption of cultural patterns of local culture. This ever increasing tourist area and the overall global trend can be also observed in Croatia. The Strategy for development of cultural tourism, which has been in use for several years, recognizes the present issues and shortcomings, and it gives recommendations for their solution. Being a town of rich historical and cultural tradition, Osijek also needs to find its model for development of cultural and tourism potentials.

Keywords: cultural tourism; Osijek; heritage; model for development of cultural tourism (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: R11 Z10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009
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