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Le tourisme de la dernière décennie en Roumanie : etude de cas: la ville de Brasov

Tourism in Romania in the last decade - case study: the city of Brasov
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Ivan, Codrut

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Abstract The urbanization is a phenomenon that took proportions lately, due to the economical development, of transports, of the socio-cultural interests, to the increase of the education level, etc. Due to the means of information, communication, and transport and to the concentration of the touristic historical-cultural objectives in the big cities, these ones have become important points of attraction for the touristic activity. In the last decade, due to the economic restructuring and to the increase of the role of the services sector, tourism has begun to have an important contribution in the economy of the country including the city of Brasov. In Romania, the city of Brasov represents one of the most important touristic centres of the country due to the numerous historical and cultural objectives within it but also the special natural resources. Although tourism has become one of the main factors concerning the economical development, we cannot ignore the negative aspects that result as a consequence of the touristic activity that is why it is necessary that this one should take place in the conditions in which the actual generation to beneficiate and use the current natural and anthropic resources so that the next generations can take advantage of as well.
Keywords Romania; tourism; sustainable development; urbanization; economic development (on national level)
Classification Area Development Planning, Regional Research
Document language French
Publication Year 2011
Page/Pages p. 55-70
Journal Cinq Continents, 1 (2011) 1
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works