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Strategic approaches to rural tourism and sustainable development of rural areas


, : Strategic approaches to rural tourism and sustainable development of rural areas. Zemedelska Ekonomika Agricultural Economics 53(6): 263-270

This paper describes the role of rural tourism in the sustainable development of rural areas in the Czech Republic and stresses out the importance of a strategic approach in the planning of their development. The paper identifies core problems, which disable individual strategies set by some entrepreneurs in rural tourism.

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