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The Analyze of Mountain Tourism in Europe Union. Case Study-Sinaia

Carmen Georgiana Badea (), Ovidiu Buzoianu () and Florin Octavian Matei ()
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Carmen Georgiana Badea: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Ovidiu Buzoianu: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Florin Octavian Matei: Bucharest University of Economic Studies


Abstract: This article seeks to assess tourism services in the Romanian economy as well as the European Union during the recent period. In this respect, the potential and resources of the major tourist areas in the EU territory and the tourist resort of Sinaia are analyzed as a case study. The main indicators considered in the research are tourist arrivals, the net use index of the accommodation, the arrivals of foreign tourists, the situation of the citizens of the European Union. Tourism is one of the priority areas for Romania through its resources and that they train and through interconnections with other branches of the national economy is an important factor for economic progress. Tourism is totally dependent on the environment, it being the “raw material” tourism. The environment is subject to, the activity and the site of deployment of tourism. The importance of this relationship is reflected in the positive actions of conservation tourism potential or the rehabilitation of the environment but should not be neglected and destructive actions of tourist activities that end, sustainable tourism is and will be in harmony with the environment, population and culture of the place, so that the development of their profit to be made and not to their detriment.

Keywords: mountain tourism; tourism market; Europe Union; Sinaia; environment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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