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Recreational spaces in the towns of Hungary
Antal Aubert, Monika Jónás-Berki, Andrea Pálfi, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: The study is an introduction to recreational spaces in Hungary and an attempt for their typifying in relation with the Hungarian urbanisation processes and trends. In the first half of the essay the division of the urban spaces of Hungary is done, together with the introduction of the birth of the recreational spaces. The essay is continued with the typifying of the recreational spaces, differentiating intra- and extra-urban recreational spaces, giving examples from Hungary. The essay is finished by the introduction of a recreational space within Pécs and one around the city, with a view to their role in the recreation of the inhabitants and the leisure time possibilities.
Keywords: urbanisation, recreation, recreational spaces, Orfű, Pécs
Published in DKUM: 10.04.2018; Views: 1061; Downloads: 82
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The exploitation and opportunities of turism potential of regions lagging behind in South-Transdanubia
Mónika Berki, János Csapó, 2006, original scientific article

Abstract: If we have a look at the „negative regions” or in other words the regions lagging behind in Hungary we can distinguish between external and internal peripheries. The external peripheries are associated with border areas, the internal ones with agricultural activities. In these micro regions unemployment rate is above the national average, income position is below the average, the share of foreign capital and entrepreneurial activity is low. Those micro regions facing the problems of bordering areas can be found at almost every bordering areas except for the western region, while the ones facing the sectoral problems of agriculture dominated areas (internal peripheries) can be highlighted in South-Transdanubia (Baranya, Somogy and Tolna counties), or North East Hungary (Hajdúság). Most of these regions though are rich in natural and cultural resources (national parks, protected natural areas of course due to their bordering function they have not been disturbed by economic activities) which may offer opportunities for tourism. The appearing problems of development include the poor infrastructure of the towns and villages, the higher than average ratio of poverty ridden residential areas and the low standard of community services and public utilities. In our study we chose two micro regions with characteristic features to demonstrate the problem on a micro regional level.
Keywords: lagging regions, tourism potential, opportunities, exploitation
Published in DKUM: 02.03.2018; Views: 1192; Downloads: 96
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