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6th International E- conference on Engineering, Technology and Management - ICETM 2021

THE SYSTEMATIZATION OF THE GEOGRAPHIC AND TOURISM SPACE WITHIN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CRAIOVA

Author(s) : DRÄ‚GULEASA IONUT-ADRIAN, MAZILU MIRELA ELENA

Abstract

The systematisation of tourism areas as an economic phenomenon in correlation with the natural components (relief, beautiful landscapes, climate, hydrography, soil factor, etc.) of the territory as the main elements of Craiova; tourist objectives must be prioritised in the territory and forms of tourism must be promoted according to them. In order to maximize the functionality of the geographic and tourism areas, it is essential to acknowledge and characterize the components of the geographic space and their interdependence, because any metamorphosis within the territory of a city can change the balance of the systematisation of the natural environment of the territory. A multitude of endogenous (earthquakes, landslides) and exogenous (temperature variation, wind variation, rainfall, flora and fauna) factors contribute to the organization of the geographical space within the urban area of Craiova; at the same time, there is an interest in the construction and organization of spaces for recreation and relaxation, conservation and reconstruction of tourism heritage buildings, promotion of tourist attractions in order to increase the tourist attractiveness index. As a result, the economic self-valorisation of a geographic space with a tourism destination must be conceived as a structural development of tourism planning, whose essential goals require the balanced targeting of the advantages of tourism with other social and economic forms of exploitation of the geographic space, with tourism shaping its own activities according to the development and production of ecological, social and political factors.

Conference Title : 6th International E- conference on Engineering, Technology and Management - ICETM 2021
Conference Date(s) : 12 December, 2021
Place : Online (Via Video Conference)
No fo Author(s) : 2
DOI : 10.15224/ 978-1-63248-194-8-06
Page(s) : 33-38
Electronic ISBN : 978-1-63248-193-1
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