Tourism in the Small Region of Fehergyarmat and its Tourism Values
The level of economic development depends on the traditions, education, culture and needs of a population living in the same area. However, it is important what kind of culture is born or being strengthened in a region. Regarding the traditional folk culture, some areas, namely the less-developed regions can be in a better situation: it is more difficult to drift away from the roots, from the precious traditions. It can happen in this case that despite globalization, sometimes even traditional values are supported, too. Thus, they are not destroyed but the old scenes and customs of life are sustained making a balance between old and new. It is important to keep lasting values alive, which have proved something, and also to intermediate knowledge for others, even for the new generations. This article is aiming to describe the Small Region of Fehergyarmat as one of the most outstanding bases of rural tourism, and also to show how opportunities can be enlivened in the border village tourism.
Volume (Year): 1 (2013)
Issue (Month): 2 (April)
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