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Rural tourism in Europe

by Suzanne Thibal

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tourism -- Europe

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Suzanne Thibal
    SeriesEuropean campaign for the countryside ; Study -- no.2, European campaign for the countryside -- no. 2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38 p. ;
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14651632M
    ISBN 109287115648

    To meet the rising demand for scientific evidence in the context of rural tourism research, this book explores tourism and tourism-related diversification activities performed by farming households and entrepreneurs in rural communities. To do so it adopts a consistent conceptual and empirical microeconomic approach and employs econometric. In many countries, rural tourism is understood to be more or less synonymous with nature tourism or at least travelling in rnature, and the ‘framework’ for rural tourism is usually offered by national parks and othe publicly-owned land areas (Telfer, , p. , see also Tyrväinen, Silvennoinen, & Cited by: 7.

    Home > Colleges > College of Arts and Tourism > Hospitality Management and Tourism > Books / Book chapters > 9. Books / Book chapters. Rural and Agri-Tourism in Central and Eastern Europe in Tourism in Central and Eastern Europe:Educating Cited by: 4. Rural Europe is a highly developed tourism region, representing advanced tourism experience and supposed modern approaches to this industry. That said, it remains highly sensitive and fragile in terms of environmental, social, economic and cultural impacts.

    INTRODUCTION Germany is a country with a long tradition of rural tourism. Its origin dates back more than years (Schpner ). With the introduction of paid holidays for civil servants in and for white- collar workers in (Knebel ), tourism became a part of life for the middle by: 4. Discussion Rural tourism and regional development Rural tourism in it has just recently become an important part in comprehensive economic development. Likewise, rural tourism plays an important part in the -wise and politically-wise, and also in attempts to prevent young people from leaving rural Cited by:


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Rural Tourism in Europe: Experiences, Development and Perspectives [World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. UNWTO considers that there is an important potential market for rural tourism; however little research has Author: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

Sustainable Tourism in Rural Europe contains contributions from leading international scholars that review and analyse the concept and practice of sustainable tourism in this region through a multidisciplinary approach that embodies the view that sustainable tourism warrants a holistic approach in terms of its impacts and development potential.

Divided into three sections: Key Themes and Issues; The State and Development; The Local Community and Development, this book Cited by: 8.

In the course of an event on rural tourism will take place in Romania. Some 20 countries from Western, Central and Eastern Europe and several international organizations participated in the seminars, and a wide range of experiences were presented and discussed. With an expected growth rate of around 6 per cent rural tourism is developing faster than the overall growth rate for international tourism arrivals.

Due to its special importance for the European region, three seminars were held in Belgrade (Serbia), Kielce (Poland) and Yaremcha (Ukraine) to focus on three major issues: to contribute to a better understanding of rural tourism and to offer.

Rural tourism in Europe. Strasbourg: Council of Europe ; (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Suzanne Thibal.

Funding Rural Tourism and Tourism Investment The Programmes of the European Union: Initiatives in Support of Rural Tourism Ms.

Joan Pearce, First Counsellor ð Delegation of the European Commission in Poland (*) Government Support for Rural Tourism: The Case of the Czech Republic Ing. Jiri Hrabak, Ministry for Regional Development of the Czech.

This book describes, analyses, celebrates and interrogates the rise of rural tourism in the developed world over the last thirty years, while explaining its need to enter a new, second generation of development if it is to remain sustainable in all senses of that word.

European rural travellers increasingly book their holidays directly with service providers at the destination.

To increase your chances of direct sales you can promote your product on rural tourism websites/portals, such as All Rural and Responsible Travel. Also consider developing your own national or regional rural tourism portal. Rural Tourism entrepreneurs, interested practicians from the private and public sector, and academics involved in rural tourism.

The statistics speak for themselves: rural tourism in Europe in provides around 6 million bedspaces inestablishments, representing around 15% of the total accommodation capacity of Europe.

Agritourism “Any income-generating activity conducted on a working farm or ranch for the enjoyment and education of visitors. Agritourism includes the interpretation of the natural, cultural, historical, and environmental assets of the land and the people working on it.

Agritourism and Nature Tourism. Rural tourism may be defined as the movement of people from their normal place of residence to rural areas for a minimum period of twenty-four hours to the maximum of six months for the sole purpose of leisure and pleasure.

Rural tourism refers to all tourism activities in a rural area. The editors have all worked together in the former Leisure and Tourism Management Department of the Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) which produced the ‘Auchincruive Declaration' on tourism and rural sustainability inand which this book helps to perpetuate.5/5(1).

involved in rural tourism deployment and support agritourism networks. Rural tourism is also revolutionizing businesses and prompting economic development across the globe.

The US government has implemented several regional and state-wide development projects to increase the effectiveness of rural tourism/farm activities.

The Australian and UK. Rural tourism represents a merging of perhaps two of the most influential yet contradictory features of modern life. Not only are the forces of economic, social, cultural, environmental and political change working to redefine rural spaces the world over, but broad global transformations in consumption and transportation patterns are reshaping leisure behaviour and travel.

Classification of Rural Tourism Activities Source: Nair et al.,The Rural Tourism Concept Source: Nulty,The Rural Tourist Experience (Source: Kastenholz et al.) 'Britain's Countryside is GREAT' The Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins joins a tourism campaign to promote the UK's rural areas. Genre/Form: Congrès: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rural tourism in Europe.

[Madrid, Spain]: World Tourism Organization, © (OCoLC)   Rural tourism in Zlatibor officially began inwhen the King of Serbia decided to establish a health resort there, later accompanied by the lake named King’s Water. Alongside clean air and alpine climate, Zlatibor offers open swimming pools and other sports facilities, while you can stay in numerous hostels, villas and cottages, or maybe.

EuroGites or European Federation of Rural Tourism,is a professional organization representing 36 associations from 29 countries across geographical Europe and Israel. With an overall number of more thanestablishments, it represents about 15% of European tourism overall. This book examines, from a microeconomics approach, tourism and tourism-related diversification activities performed by both traditional, closed agrarian communities and also emerging communities formed by local non-profit organizations (NPOs) and national networks of : Springer Singapore.

Rural areas: Tourism in rural areas covers a wide range of purposes (motivations) and is usually associated with visiting areas of special beauty, being in nature, low intensity activities but widely dispersed around low density-often remote- rural communities. In some areas agro-tourism File Size: KB.

The Teagasc Rural Tourism booklet is designed to quickly provide answers for readers seeking information on any aspect of rural tourism development opportunities. The easy to read “straight-talking” style sets out to provide guidance for rural entrepreneurs in developing a rural tourism initiative, based on the experiences and.Industrial Heritage and Agri/Rural Tourism in Europe.

CONTENTS. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 5 LIST OF TABLES 7 LIST OF FIGURES 7 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 9 PREFACE 13 1. SPECIAL INTEREST TOURISM: AN INTRODUCTION Tourism’s Post War growth. 15 2. WHAT ARE THE KEY FEATURES IN THE RISE, DIVERSIFICATION AND TRANSFORMATION OF TOURISM? There is a renewed degree of interest in rural development.

Despite this interest, and some positive action at various levels, there is little by way of a successful blueprint for rural development. As one reviewer of research (in Europe) has stated “durable generalisations (about rural development) are scarce” (Whitby, ).Cited by: