ANTHROPOGENIC TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN FOREST AREAS
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Keywords

forest areas, anthropogenic attractions, the functions of forest areas

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Jalinik, M. . (2017). ANTHROPOGENIC TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN FOREST AREAS. Ekonomia I Środowisko - Economics and Environment, 63(4), 12. Retrieved from https://www.ekonomiaisrodowisko.pl/journal/article/view/335

Abstract

Anthropogenic tourist attractions are an important element and essential segment of the tourism industry, which stimulates the interest in travelling and ensures the satisfaction of visitors. The more anthropogenic attractions in a given area, the more demand for tourist services is observed. Anthropogenic attractions are characterized by the fact that demand for them depends on innovativeness and entrepreneurship of service providers. Another feature is their variability and diversity, which does not cause monotony by visiting specific places and localities. According to A. Lew (Lew, 1974), without tourist attractions there would be no tourism and without tourism there would be no tourist attractions. Due to the particular value of forest areas, the construction of anthropogenic attractions in these areas is most welcome. In general, it can be said that anthropogenic tourist attractions should
be a magnet attracting tourists to the region.

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