The following report provides the information about the tourism in Serbia. Serbia falls into two geographic region of Central and South-east Europe. Serbia is mainly known for adventurous tourism. Serbia is also blessed with various sceneries, rivers, monasteries, curative spas and many more. Serbia has got many types of tourism like; Spa tourism, adventure, cultural and rural tourism. The report shows statistical record of tourist inflows from domestic as well as from international, and also show the reason for increased in rate of inflow on various bases. By knowing that Serbia is environmental based tourism industry, report has tried to cover importance of sustainable practices, by supporting theories (Butler’s theory on tourism). The document has highlighted the overview about the infrastructure and accommodation facilities for tourists. For making proper analysis on the tourism of Serbia, the report has taken help of SWOT and PESTLE analysis. By such analysis one can easily understand various impacts on tourism on country. As said above the tourism can also have negative impacts on the country and on its people, so many key issues has also highlighted. Issues based on environment and also on local peoples.
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Serbia is the one of the most exciting and new tourist places in Europe. One can easily get to know about Serbia through experiencing holidays with the beauty of the nature, by acquainting with the various culture and heritages of Serbia. There are many more reasons for visitors to experience this new destination. Belgrade is a capital of Serbia having lot number of trees and parks accompanied by romantic view of “Sava into Danube”. Tourist can enjoy the fun atmosphere in various types of clubs like boat club, sport spirits on Ada Ciganlija. Belgrade is known as the one of the beautiful island in the whole world. Belgrade is one of the significant military camp and also an ‘Antic city’. “Novi Sad” is a second largest city after Belgrade in Serbia. Tourist here can experience both city as well as traditional views. Tourist visit “Novi Sad” to experience the various mixtures of architectural styles like gothic, baroque and modernism. Another city which attracts tourist in Serbia is “NIS”, Nis is known the intersection of lifestyles and mentalities which creates outstanding spirit in city. It has also got many monuments and archaeological site like skull tower and Nis Fortress. Serbia has got inherited product of various influences which can be seen in galleries, churches also in food and music of Serbia. Tourist can also enjoy exquisite heritage from Antic period to back in Roman legions. Tourist can also walk around the roads of roman emperor. Serbia is one of the preserved ecological tourist destination in Europe. Serbia has also got five national parks and natural reserves. Serbia also gives tourist an away from crowd experience. (Srbija.travel) Country covers around total area of 88361 km, having population of 7million. Serbia has continental climate in north and Adriatic climate in south. South-east of Serbia is influenced by Mediterranean. After 2006, by the dissolution of Serbia and Montenegro, Serbia became an independent republic country. After the loss of Adriatic Sea, Serbia developed has a urban, rural, spa and mountainous tourism. A currency from foreign has become an important item in the budget of Serbia. In the period of 1989 and 2008, the income gain was used in the economical and political development in Serbia. (Armensk,et al, 2011). Tourism is not Serbia’s main industry, but from last ten years...
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