Resorts of the Romanian Carpathians national interest in

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ISBN: 978-973-749-516-7

Publisher year: 2009

Edition: 1

Pages: 286

Publisher: Universitară

Author: Mihai Ielenicz, Elena Matei

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Romania is country with the European year for tourism remarcable potential, the potential Sustained HAS That Will continue to sustain and the development of tourism industry, as a basis for the economic development of a number of Areas in the Carpathians. The oldest and most extensive form of tourism in Romania is health tourism, especially in the Carpathians practiced, WHERE Numerous local health resorts of national interest have appeared of. Benefitting from specific resources, health tourism in the Carpathians is dependent on weather counditions Not, and Can Be practiced Throughout the year.
Keeping up with the social and economic developments of the recent decades, health tourism segment Became important year of the international market for tourism services, and it involves only human and natural capital note, But Also advanced technologies and research in order to Provide High Quality and complex services. Meanwhile, it ensures higher living for the local Population Standards.
In Romania, the development of health tourism on a larger scale at the end of gathered momentum the 19th century, a number of studies on When the usage of hydro-mineral resources Were Initiated. After Being a prosperous activity for a long Period of time during the past Centuries, health tourism registered a decline in recent years, Which Can Be attributed to the structural changes of the Romanian economy, especially to the privatization of State Owned Enterprises tourism. Consequently, Taking into account the pressure to rise quality global standards, it is Necessary to modernize the Existing tourism and to adapt to the infrasctructure domestic and international demand for increasingly complex and Diversified tourist packages. Bearing this in mind, Significant funds allocated after 2005 Were to Suche I Herculane resorts, Moneasa, Worcester and Slanic. The money WAS invested in hotels, restaurants, spas and staff training in order to Meet the criteria of ISO 9000.
Out of a total of 5 one million registered Tourists on average in Romania, Many of Them visit health resorts, in the Carpathians Including Thos. However, There are international Few Tourists, Which most is out of the Retired and limited number of resorts Chose: Herculane, Tusnad, Covasna Voineasa.
In 2007, Following the visit of the WTO Commission, pointed out it WAS Romanian health tourism That is in Need of Significant Improvements in infrastructure. Equally, it WAS highlighted That Uncertain future health tourism HAS year, as long as 80% of tourist packages is for Treatment and has booked through sindicates, at discount prices and only 20% focus on relaxation complex. Richard Batchelor, WTO president, advised to take into account Romania the fact That 'The international trends in spas But Are Not Focused on Treatment on relaxation, funs and mobility'.
Having this as a Starting Point, the present book, 'Resorts of the Romanian Carpathians in the National Interest' discusses the potential of health tourism in the Romanian Carpathians resorts, as well as Their Competitive Advantage Adequate Policies to ensure Sustainable Development in the Near Their Future and in the long run.

Mihai Ielenicz

Prof. PhD, a graduate of Geology-Geography in 1964 where he continued going through all the academic hierarchy. PhD in Geography in 1978 with his "Mountains of Buzau basin - geomorphology study", published in the Academy in 1984.
He won an Academy Award in 1975 for his "relief Romania" and in 1985 for his "Encyclopedia of Romania" and the title of Doctor Honoris Causa of the University Stefan cel Mare - Suceava, he was awarded over 25 honorary degrees, excellent and medals of different educational and scientific institutions home and abroad. Dean and Dean of the Faculty of Geography from 1992 to present, Director of Resort Geographic Orsova, Co-director of "research center and dynamic geomorphological land degradation"
Member of Faculty Council and University Senate since 1992, Chairman of National Committee for the undergraduate education programs (since 1996), member CNATDC, CNEAA, expert CNCSIS, improvements in the country and abroad (UK, Belgium, Turkey), President of the Olympics School of Geography (1996), President of the Society of Geography (2003), Vice President of National Committee of Geography (2000), Vice President of the Association of Geomorphology (2002), PhD (1993), a member of teams The editor of numerous magazines, etc.. He wrote alone and over 210 scientific papers together, participated in 62 research contracts (18 as director), 38 scientific books: "General Geomorphology" 1976, 2002, "Romanian Relief" 1975, "the hills and plateaus of Romania "1999," Physical and Geographical Dictionary "1999," General Geography "2001," Geography and Tourism Romania "2001," Europe Geographical Encyclopedia "2002," Romania Subcarpatii "2003," Romania - Physical Geography "2004," General Physical Geography . Fundamentals of physical geography "2005" Subcarpatii Romania "2005," Geomorphology "2007, 2010," Romania. Physical Geography. Climate, water, vegetation, soils, "2007," Romania. Plateaus and hills "2008," Dictionary of geomorphology "2009," General Physical Geography elements of cosmology "2009," Romania - tourism potential "2009, and numerous popular books, maps etc.

Elena Matei

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