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The Development of Resort and Tourist Destinations in the Caucasian Mineral Waters in the Context of Global and National Trends

The Development of Resort and Tourist Destinations in the Caucasian Mineral Waters in the Context of Global and National Trends

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 7 (no. 3),

The key tendencies of development of Russian market of tourist services as an integral part of the global market are examined in the paper. Special attention is paid to tourism market of the Stavropol territory is included in the top 10 most attractive from the point of view of tourism regions of Russia and the region of Caucasian Mineral Waters, as the main tourism destinations of the region. Disclosed key infrastructure constraints hampering the further development of tourist cluster of the Caucasian Mineral Waters, and offers recommendations for their mitigation. The analysis of competitive advantages of sanatorium-resort complex Caucasian Mineral Waters regarding the world's leading thermal spas reveals the competitiveness of resorts competitiveness of the bookings made for the price. Conducted comparative analysis made it possible to draw a conclusion about the high price competitiveness of services offered by spa resort towns Caucasian Mineral Waters agencies compared with foreign counterparts. However, even competitive costs regions may have very low levels of flows of tourists because of the inconsistency of the infrastructure properties (full or partial) the goals of tourists. It is proved that the main obstacle to promote the territory with competitive natural and cultural characteristics into a full-fledged tourist destination is the poor quality of accommodation, as well as the low level of development of the system.


Keywords: tourism; destination; tourist infrastructure; competitiveness of tourist services.

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