Prospects for the development of foreign tourism in Germany
Despite the fact that Germany is the main guiding tourist market in the world, it forms large-scale tourist traffic to travel abroad and has the largest negative balance of turbalance,…

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Snow resorts
Romania Almost a third of the country's territory is occupied by the Carpathians, which are the second largest mountain range in Europe after the Alps. The only difference is that…

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Sights of Tallinn
On the northeast coast of the Baltic Sea is the city of Tallinn - the capital of the Republic of Estonia. This city is rightly considered to be a unique…

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Sights of Tallinn
On the northeast coast of the Baltic Sea is the city of Tallinn - the capital of the Republic of Estonia. This city is rightly considered to be a unique…

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Ski resorts

Croatia. From dawn to dusk

Despite some severity in appearance, the Croats are friendly; but most of all they love themselves and their Croatia. At every holiday there is an abundance of national flags and only Croatian songs. “We’ve thrown into some kind of wedding ñ we’ve got 30 cars in front of us and cannot overtake them,” my comrade calls me, whom I look forward to at the intersection. “You’re late, so at least you don’t compose,” I scold him in my hearts and start to count with amazement the buzzing cars that appeared on the road: 20, 30, 40, 50! Fifty cars and from all the windows of the youth waving white-blue-red flags. Continue reading

Tourism as a social phenomenon

Urism is a term that appeared much later than the term travel. In the scientific literature can be found various definitions of tourism. From an etymological point of view, the word “tourism” comes from the French tourisme, where the root of the word tour means a walk, a trip that ends with a return to the place from which the path began, i.e. come back. In Russian, the term “tourism” has no roots. Continue reading