This study talks about the development of tourism in Croatia in the post-war period (1995 - 1999) compared to the development of tourism in the selected post-communist Eastern European countries of the Czech Republic and Hungary. In order to present this process, the study will analyze the present situation of tourism in Croatia, the Czech Republic and Hungary. Additionally, it will compare facts in order to analyze the gaps and give the recommendations. Furthermore, the study will review the historical conditions that caused the similar social development in all three indicated countries.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Tourism--Croatia; Tourism--Hungary; Tourism--Czech Republic; Croatia--Description and travel
Department, Program, or Center
Hospitality and Tourism Management (CAST)
Skuric, Nina, "Development of tourism in Croatia as a new tourist destination compared to tourism development in select post-communist countries" (1999). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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