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The Geography of Tourism of Central and Eastern European Countries

  • Krzysztof Widawski
  • Jerzy Wyrzykowski

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Robert Wiluś
    Pages 71-107
  3. Armina Kapusta, Robert Wiluś
    Pages 109-147
  4. Jiří Vystoupil, Martin Šauer
    Pages 149-188
  5. Katalin Formadi, Peter Mayer, Erzsébet Pénzes
    Pages 189-232
  6. Algirdas Stanaitis, Saulius Stanaitis
    Pages 233-280
  7. Magdalena Duda-Seifert, Krzysztof Widawski, Jerzy Wyrzykowski
    Pages 281-327
  8. Alexandru Ilieş, Dorina Camelia Ilieş, Corina Tătar, Marin Ilieş
    Pages 329-374
  9. Victoria Pogodina, Anna Matveevskaya
    Pages 375-435
  10. Peter Čuka
    Pages 437-465
  11. Dejan Cigale, Anton Gosar
    Pages 467-508
  12. Viktoriya Kiptenko, Olga Lyubitseva, Marta Malska, Mykhajlo Rutynskiy, Yuriy Zan’ko, Jurij Zinko
    Pages 509-551

About this book


This book presents a comprehensive overview of the tourism market development in Central and Eastern European countries. It is divided into 13 chapters, including a chapter dedicated to Belarus, all richly illustrated with colorful maps and illustrations. The book presents the output of international conferences organized every two years by the Department of Regional Geography and Tourism of the University of Wroclaw which have served as inspiration for this book. Chapter 1 provides the characteristics of 20 post-communist countries of the region on the international tourism market and it sets the background and context for the following chapters. Chapters 2 to 13 present the condition of research on tourism, tourist attractions, tourist infrastructure, tourism movement, main types of tourism as well as tourist regionalization in 12 Central and Eastern European countries. All chapters have been updated with reference to the statistics.
This book is a revised and updated version of “The Geography of Tourism of Central and Eastern Europe Countries” published by the Department of Regional Geography and Tourism of Wroclaw University in 2012. It has been developed by a group of specialists through their exchange of research experience in the scope of international tourism in Central and Eastern Europe.


European Countries Geography of Tourism in Central and Eastern Europe Tourism Development Tourism Infrastructure Tourism Resources Types of Tourism

Editors and affiliations

  • Krzysztof Widawski
    • 1
  • Jerzy Wyrzykowski
    • 2
  1. 1.Regional Geography and TourismUniversity of Wroclaw Regional Geography and TourismWroclawPoland
  2. 2.University of Business in WroclawWroclawPoland

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