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Selected aspects of tourism and sustainable development in Šumava National Park and the Podyjí National Park from the perspective of three groups of respondents
Staňková, Jindřiška ; Čihař, Martin (advisor) ; Plesník, Jan (referee) ; Třebický, Viktor (referee)
Doyouknil anyŤ€c|ffc gco|ogia|prcb|em|n he PodyllNP? 100% 8cÁ 6ďÁ 4& 2W 0% Graph 5 5. Conclusions Acgording to all and completeresults of the study it can be statedthat both national parks differed due to the character of tourism in their territory. Long-term and repeatedvisits prevailed in the SumavaNP in bothyears,while first-timevisitors óoming for onó day werein absolutemajority in the Podyji NP. The intansity of tourism was recognized as disturbing factormainly for locals in the sumavaNP in bothyears,andsomenegativevoices wereheard within locals in the Podyji NP in comparisonwith opinion of tourists.The numbersof tourists were perceived as increasing by respondentsfrom the sumava Np in both observedyears. That is why the carrying capacity should be studiedin botlt territoriesto avoid any negative impacts' More statistically approveddifferenceswerefoundbetweenopinions oflocals in the sumava NP and locals in the Podyji NP than within two observationsin the SumavaNp. It wasconfirmed, thatlocals in bothterritorieswerenotemployedor werenot toomuchrunning their business in tourism and tourist services, and locals were not directly involved in sustainabledevelopmentof theterritories.The lasthypothesisonrelationof locals towardsthe territoriesalso cannotbe rejected.More negativeattitudesof locals...

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