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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Andalusia
In the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula is located the most fun region of Spain. Long since this area has attracted many tourists for its holidays and traditions. They…

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Albania - a new tourist destination
A country that is still neglected by some tourists, Albania is a hidden paradise. The magnificent country borders with Macedonia, Greece and Montenegro. This area attracts tourists with crystal clear…

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Verona - the city of Shakespearean passions
There is no sadder story in the world than the story of Romeo and Juliet .... "It was thanks to this work of the Great Shakespeare that this small provincial…

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Andalusia

In the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula is located the most fun region of Spain. Long since this area has attracted many tourists for its holidays and traditions. They say that here is the longest and hot summer, and the warmest sea.
The second largest autonomous region of Spain, Andalusia, is located on the southernmost part of the country and is washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, which are interconnected by the Strait of Gibraltar. In the north, Andalusia is bordered by areas such as Castilla La Manchia and Extremadura, in the east with Murcia, and in the west with Portugal. 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

Modern approach to the definition of “hotel comfort”

We consider the main tool of competition for the customer at the hotel level – the quality of services. The latter includes the material (material) and non-material (personal) components. A detailed description of the requirements for the material environment of existence, which underlie the concept of “comfort in a hotel” put forward by Jacques Levy, is given. The main stages of creating comfort in a hotel, starting with the choice of location and ending with the operation of the hotel, are also considered. Continue reading