RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES OF INCOMING TOURISM IN ROMANIA

Marius Ionuț Gordan, Tabita Cornelia Adamov, Ioana Anda Milin, Anka Roxana Pascariu, Tiberiu Iancu

Abstract


Incoming tourism represents the tourism traffic undertaken by non-resident visitors of the country of reference. Therefore, incoming tourism can be considered a form of export and contributes to the trade balance of the country of reference. In the case of Romania, the number of tourists leaving the country for other destinations far exceeds the number of foreigners entering the country. Future developments in this field depend heavily on the ability of the Romanian state administration and private sector to market and promote Romania as a viable and enjoyable tourism destination. The travel packages promoted by several travel agencies that practice incoming tourism in Romania were also examined.



Keywords


incoming tourism; tourism export; tourism in Romania; Romanian travel destinations

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