2011 Volume 4 Journal

  • rio

    The Favelas of Rio de Janeiro Benefited by Tourism

    “A kind of tour experience that combines elements from both types of reality tour, specifically, tourism in the Rocinha favela (slum) in Rio de Janeiro”. Urbanization is a major factor and reason for the growth of population. Many countries are affected by over population. As population increases land space decreases and the land prices increase

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  • danube

    The Development of Tourism in the Danube Delta

    In the last few decades, the tourism industry became the world’s most important creator of jobs and economical developer. The higher the demand from tourists, the higher the variety of touristic attractions will increase over the years. As a consequence to this fact, some areas can benefit from tourism because of the funds they attract, funds that can help the development and protection of that area.

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  • pete

    The Development of St Petersburg as a Tourist Destination

    From the words of Russia’s great lyric poet there is no arguing that the country of “Matreshka” seams to be one of the most special countries in the world. What does make Russia so unique? Russian Federation, as it is known now, is considered to be the motherland of “almost innumerable tourists attractions” (Hudman and Jackson, 2003, 329) with relatively low flow of visitors.

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  • india

    The Development and Sustainability of Tourism in India

    The Bruntland Report (1987) defined Sustainable Development to be the development for the basic essential needs of the current generations to achieve the needs of the future generations without any comprising situation or their ability (Omar, 2011; Keller and Botkin, 2007).“In other words it's the use of renewable and non renewable resources in a manner that satisfies our current needs without jeopardizing future availability of resources

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  • paris

    Museums of France as a Tourist Destination

    According to the theory of the absolute advantage by Adam Smith’s (1776), some countries can be more effective good or services producers than other countries due to the fact that their goods or services are either economically less cost-based or simply unique being, therefore, their absolute advantage. With the help of this theory it can be clearly explained why some countries are world leaders in attracting tourists.

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  • romania

    The Impact of the Economic Crisis on the Romanian Tourism

    According to the European Union’s Statistic Office, the global economic crisis has affected the tourism in Romania as well. Statistics say that the number of nights spent in hotels all across Romania went down by 0.5%, in comparison with the year 2010. We cannot neglect the fact that the economic crisis has affected everybody.

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  • amsterdam

    Drug Tourism in the Netherlands

    Drugs are substances that make one’s body work differently and make one behave differently. There are two types of drugs: legal and illegal. The legal ones are medicinal drugs such as aspirin, or any other pharmaceutical chemical prescribed by the doctor whereas illegal drugs are “narcotic or hallucinogen chemicals, that affect the central nervous system, causing changes in behavior and often addiction”

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  • senegal

    Tourism Development and Political Involvement: A Case Study of Petite Côte Region, Senegal

    One of the regions of Senegal named Petite Côte was included in the government’s plans, which started investing in its development. The aim of the research paper is to present Petite Côte, one of the most visited regions in Senegal and the methods used by the authorities in order to develop and promote the tourism in the region in spite of the serious fluctuation, because in the last 20 years, the tourism sector in Senegal raised from 1991 to 1997

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  • nepal

    Volunteer Tourism in Nepal

    The word volunteerism comes from the French word «Volontaire», which also comes from the Latin «Voluntarius», this is means wishful. In the 18-19 centuries volunteers were people, who went into military service voluntarily. But in the 20s of the 20th century young people decided to help to restore the world after First World War. Owned then the international volunteer movement arose in Europe. People began to promote some ideas of solidarity, gratuitous, equality and non-violence. They became popular really quickly. Gradually more and more programs are implemented. The ideas echoed across the planet.

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