The Southern Great Plain Region, as wellness destination from the visitors’ perspective of the economic crisis in view of the questionnaire-based research results
Mónika Fodor Ph.D. (),
András Medve Csc. () and
Zoltán Árpási ()
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Mónika Fodor Ph.D.: Budapest Business School
András Medve Csc.: Óbuda University
Zoltán Árpási: Szent István University
from Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management
Hungary is not rich in natural resourcesbut thermal waters are a notable exception. A whole industry is built upon these including hotels offering wellness services. The economic strength of these hotels is built on healthcare tourism. We present the situation of Hungary’s Southern Great Plain Region concerning wellness services
Keywords: tourism; wellness services; service buyers; territorial development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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