The Tourist Potential of Rural Areas in Poland

  title={The Tourist Potential of Rural Areas in Poland},
  author={Sabine Baum},
  • S. Baum
  • Published 1 January 2011
  • Business, Economics
The Tourist Potential of Rural Areas in Poland This paper critically examines the role tourism can play in the stabilisation and diversification of rural areas using the example of Poland. Based on the literature and statistical data, the past development and current state of rural tourism in Poland is analysed. Then an analytical framework based on Porter (1990) is developed to assess the future tourist potential of Polish rural areas and identify barriers and chances of tourist development… 

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