Tourism Restoration and Remodelling of Borsec Resort 

Journal Title: Romanian Review of Regional Studies - Year 2012, Vol 8, Issue 1

Abstract

 For the past decades, with its important social and economic projects, health tourism has become a major international tourist market segment. Major human and material resources focus on it with an even deeper involvement of science and technology in order to provide complex and high quality tourist and medical services, required to satisfy the vital necessities of modern man, due to population’s changes in health state and living conditions.

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GEORGE TOFAN

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GEORGE TOFAN (2012). Tourism Restoration and Remodelling of Borsec Resort . Romanian Review of Regional Studies, 8(1), 87-92. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-87046