Accepted Abstracts

 

 

ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS

Amra Čaušević

University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Science, Department of Geography, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Adventure tourism in canton Sarajevo

Dana Tometzová
Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Department of Geo and Mining Tourism, Institute of Earth Resources, Slovakia

The use of saline (sodium chloride) mineral springs for the ecotourism development on the example of eastern Slovakia

Miloš Jesenský

 Belianum. Publisher of Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia

Slovakia as seen by National Geographic reporters in the years 1918-1968

Jelena Lončar, Mladen Maradin

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science, Department of Geography, Croatia

Evaluation of different landscape types in the easternmost part of Croatia 

Łukasz Gawor

Silesian University of Technology, Department of Applied Geology, Gliwice, Poland

Anthropogenic landforms in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin as geotourist objects

Corina-Florina TATAR1, Balaj Iulian-Gheorghe2, Ramona Novicov3, Linc Ribana1, Kuti Ludovic2

1 University of Oradea, Department of Geography, Tourism and Territorial Planning, 2 City Hall of Stei, Stei, Romania, 3 University of Oradea, Faculty of Constructions, Cadastre and Architecture, Oradea, Romania

Socialist Heritage as a Means towards Tourism Development in the Town of Stei (from north-western Romania)

Alfonz Gajdoš

Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Geography and Geology, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia

Prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Mazúrek, CSc., Professor Emeritus - 90-year-old jubilant, co-founder of university geographical education in Banská Bystrica

Vladimír Čech

University of Prešov, Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences, Department of Geography and Applied Geoinformatics, Prešov, Slovakia

Via Ferrata as a new form of adventure tourism in Slovakia

Vuk Tvrtko Opačić1, Izidora Marković Vukadin2, Miha Koderman3

1 University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science, Department of Geography, Zagreb, Croatia, 2 Institute for Tourism, Zagreb, Croatia, 3 University of Primorska, Faculty of Humanities, Koper, Slovenia

Comparison of management systems in protected areas of Croatia and Slovenia: Are there possibilities for the establishment of cross-border protected areas?

Richard R. Senček

Slovak Mining Museum, Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia

SWOT Analysis of New and Functioning Projects in the Field of Museum and Museum-related Projects Use with the Application of Ecological and Environmental Principles in the Context of Sustainable Tourism Development

Mário Molokáč, Enikő Kornecká and Jana Hlaváčová

Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnology, Institute of Earth Resources, Department of Geo and Mining Tourism, Košice, Slovakia

Geoparks - an opportunity not only for natural heritage

Warda Habib and Bambo Bayo

Government College University, Department of Geography, Lahore, Pakistan

Change Detection Analysis of Mangroves Vegetation Cover in The Gambia Using Geospatial Techniques 

Ľubomír Kmeco, Monika Klímová, Linda Svitáková

University College of Business in Prague, Department of Tourism, Prague, Czech republic

Space as a New Tourism Destination

Anton Fogaš

University of Presov in Presov, Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences, Department of Geography and Applied Geoinformatics, Prešov, Slovakia

Individual form of travel as a philosophy of exploring the country (case study from Malaysia, Philippines, Mexico and Guatemala)

Ribana Linc, Corina-Florina Tătar, Marius Stupariu, Marcu Stașac, Iulian Dincă, Stelian Nistor, Liviu Bucur

University of Oradea, Department of Geography, Tourism and Territorial Planning, Oradea, Romania

Towards a sustainable approach of cultural tourist resources in the Oradea metropolitan area (OMA), Romania

Josef Lochman

Charles University, Faculty of Science, Department of social geography and regional development, Praha, Czech republic

The spatial analysis of food service establishments in selected destinations

Jana Hlaváčová1, P. Hančin1, D. Tometzová2

1 Technical University of Košice, Department of Physical Education, 2Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Department of Geo and Mining Tourism, Institute of Earth Resources, Slovakia

Via ferratas, as a new phenomenon of adrenaline tourism in Slovakia

Michal Šoltés

Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Geography and Geology, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia

 Use of Corine Land Cover in mapping transitional woodland-schrub as an indicator of changes in high mountains landscape of the Western Carpathians (case study of Low Tatras National Park, Slovakia)

René Petráš

The Law Faculty of Charles University, The Department of Legal History, Prague, Czech republic

Use of Minority Monuments for Tourism Purposes

Darja Rant, Mateja Golež

Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, Department of Materials, Laboratory for stone, aggregates and recycled materials, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Using the natural and cultural heritage of the Sitarjevec mine as an inspiration in the design of visual stories to promote a new mining tourism destinatio

Martin Mizer, Henrieta Pavolova

Technical University Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Management and Geotechnology, Economics of Earth Resources, Acquisition and Processing of Earth Resources , Košice, Slovakia

Analysis of brownfields as urban tourism areas on the example of the city of Košice (Slovakia)

Muntaha Mohsin, Asma Javed, Shakeel Mahmood

Government College University, Department of Geography,  Lahore, Pakistan

Urban Settlement, Normalized Difference Built-up Index (NDBI), Road Networks, Spatio-Temporal Analysis, Lahore City

Enikő Kornecká, Mário Molokáč

Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Department of Geotourism, Košice, Slovakia

Importance of an effective management structure in geoparks

Tomáš Krajňák

Charles University, Faculty of Science, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Praha, Czech republic

Terrorism and urban tourism: a qualitative study

Ana Mudrovčić

Department of Psychology, Alizarin Association, Zagreb, Croatia

Travel motivation and cognitive, affective, restorative and aesthetic evaluations of Slovakian landscapes by Croatian travelers after a year of earthquakes and pandemics

Mariia Adobovska1, Andriy Buyanovskiy1, Nataliia Popelnytska1, Viktoriia Yavorska2

1Department of geography of Ukraine, Soil science and land cadastre, Odessa National I.I. Mechnikov University, Odessa, Ukraine, 2Department of economic and social geography and tourism, Faculty of Geology and Geography, Odessa National I.I. Mechnikov University, Odessa, Ukraine

Preservation of regional identity during the administrative reform in Ukraine (in example of the Odessa region)

Barbara Hlavňová1, Dana Tometzová2, Enikő Kornecká2

1Košice Region Tourism, Košice, Slovakia 2Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Department of Geo and Mining Tourism, Institute of Earth Resources, Slovakia

Terra Incognita programme - one of the pillars of ecotourism development in the Košice region

Karol Hollý

Institute of History of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia

 Kremnica as a Tourist Destination 1918-1945

Miroslav Sabol

Institute of History of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia

The ideological subtext of tourism in the 1950s

Ľudovít Hallon

Institute of History of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia

Recovery stays of German soldiers in Slovakia 1939 – 1945

Henrieta Pavolová1, Tomáš Bakalár1, Zuzana Hajduová2, Martin Mizer1, Tomáš Pastyrčák1

1 Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Košice, Slovakia

2 University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of Business Management, Bratislava, Slovakia

Using of old mining works in the area of support a development of a tourist destination

Bohuslava Gregorová

Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Geography and Geology, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia

Dark tourism and its reflection in Slovakia

Pavel Hronček

Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Geography and Geology, Banská Bystrica, Slovakia

Possibilities of using the inaccessible historical mining underground in mining tourism