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Film tourism - Vltava as an object of interest for film productions and subsequently tourists
Veterník, Jan ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Kubištová, Tereza (referee)
Film tourism: Vltava as an object of interest for film productions and subsequently tourists Abstract The bachelor's thesis focuses on the phenomenon of film tourism, a still developing form of tourism in the Czech Republic. The first part of the thesis is devoted to the theory of film tourism demonstrated on international examples. This theoretical part also includes a chapter on destination marketing and promotion of film locations. In the second part of the thesis, the theoretical principles from the first part are applied first to the Czech Republic, and then specifically to the Vltava River. On the Vltava, with the help of the filmovamista.cz website, significant films and TV series are presented and, in connection with this, locations with the potential for the birth of film tourism are revealed. Key words: Czechia, films, film places, film induced tourism, Vltava
Zoos as socially constructed institutions in changing social and territorial contexts
Nekolný, Lukáš ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Šantrůčková, Markéta (referee) ; Boltižiar, Martin (referee)
This dissertation deals with research of the zoo as a social construct, which in its history and form represents the development of the relationship between society and nature, or man and animals. At the same time, it is a specific cultural landscape reflecting other changes in paradigms and needs in society. The current form of zoos has always reflected various economic, political, environmental and cultural aspects, or opinion and spatial changes of society. This work is a contribution to the discussion of the application of thematization typical of contemporary experience-oriented society. The aim of the thesis is to characterize the development of zoos and their current form in Europe, where this concept originated at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, and to discuss regional differences regarding the different geographical context of the post-socialist space. From the geographical point of view, this is a topic rarely addressed so far, both from a theoretical (the zoo as an example of the specific landscape) as well as a regional approach. The first part provides a theoretical framework by means of a discussion of scientific literature and formulating the starting points of the research based on selected concepts and paradigms (social constructivism, the relationship between man and...
Potential a part of National geopark Železné hory for sustainable tourism
Čtveráková, Iveta ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Šauer, Martin (referee)
Potencial a part of National geopark Železné hory for sustainable tourism Abstract Submitted thesis deals on the general level with issues of sustainable development of tourism in defined area of National geopark Železné hory. First of all in the theorethical part the tourism is set in the broader context and it is aimed to the issue of sustainability. One of the key part of this thesis is detailed analysis of geopark concept and geotourism, including possibilities of their practical application focused especially on the development of rural area. The main aim of the empirical part of the thesis is to analyze geotourist potential in defined area of Železné hory on the basis of field research between local participants and analysis of accessible materials from the area of interest. Ascertained pieces of knowledge relate to local cooperation in the process of creation and promotion of geotourist products, possibility of increasing the efficiency of current state of tourism in the area and region overall development. Key words: geopark, geotourism, development of rural area, sustainable tourism, Železné hory
Development of Tourism in a Marginal Region: The Case of Boleticko
Válek, Bohumil ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Krajňák, Tomáš (referee)
The territory of the Boletice Military Training Area and its surrounding areas have been undergoing dynamic development since the 1990s. This development is also reflected in the intended use of this space for tourism. The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the current development of tourism in the Boletice region and to compare the significance of tourism for the surrounding municipalities with regard to the presence of the military training area. To achieve this goal, the method of content analysis of postcards from information centres in the area and the method of semi-structured interviews with the representatives of the municipalities located near the military training area were employed. The research indicates that municipalities with lower tourism intensity perceive the presence of tourists more due to the accessibility of the Boletice Military Training Area. The limited depiction of Boletice on postcards signifies its lesser significance compared to the surroundings tourist areas. Keywords Tourism - military training area - soft tourism - marginal area - Boleticko
Changes in the use of second homes
Peksová, Eliška ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Nosková, Alena (referee)
The presented thesis deals with the phenomenon of second homes, specifically the change in the use of recreational properties due to socio-economic changes. Second homes began to develop in the Czech Republic in the early 20th century, and experienced significant growth since the 1960s. The thesis discusses the transformation of second homes into permanent residences at the turn of the second and third decades of the 21st century. The researched area, Hradec near Kadaň, is located in the Ústí nad Labem Region of the Czech Republic. The main objective of the thesis is to characterize the changes in behavior of second home owners and the utilization of these second home locations in relation to social and economic changes. To achieve this objective, several research methods were employed. The practical part is supplemented by a theoretical section, which includes a review of not only Czech but also international literature and professional articles addressing the issue of second homes and the impact of social and economic changes in society. For the purposes of the essential practical research part, observation was conducted, followed by a questionnaire survey, focus groups, the snowball method, and comparative photography was used. The methodological section is followed by a characterization of the...
Transformations of historical city centres due to touristification within the context of the pandemic of covid-19: The case study of the Royal Way in Prague
Neuman, Marek ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Novotná, Markéta (referee)
The goal of the thesis is to analyse the touristification of the historical centre of Prague within the context of the pandemic covid-19. Due to the high concentration of tourists and the long-term research in this area, the case study of the Royal Way in Prague was chosen. The Royal Way connects the most known and beautiful monuments in Prague. Therefore, it was significantly changed by tourism since the 1990s. Most of the stores were adapted to tourism. At the same time, the revitalization of historical buildings occurred. The pandemic covid-19 was the event which subdued tourism for over 2 years. Hence, the question arose of how the situation would affect the ongoing touristification of the Royal Way. That was the goal of the study. Hence, the analysis of the functional environment on the Royal Way before (the summer of 2015), during (the summer of 2020 and 2021) and after (the summer of 2022) the pandemic was executed. To explain the development path dependency concept was chosen. The thesis is divided into 3 parts. The first part introduces world and Czech academic literature on the tourism development in cities under the terms overtourism and touristification. The second chapter represents methods of the research, likewise delimitation of the area for the case study. The third chapter...
Leisure activities of a selected segment of residents in Mladá Boleslav
Suchý, Tomáš ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Kůsová, Tereza (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on posibilities of spending free time and availability of free time activities in industrial town Mladá Boleslav. The main aim of this thesis is to evaluate the activities that are available in the town and the quality of the free time activities offered to different groups of children of different ages. The conclusion concentrates on possible improvement of these acitvities in the future. To achieve the stated aims different methods are used. The methods include reasearch of literature specialized in history, development and philosophical ideas connected to free time, field data collection in the form of mapping of the important locations, data based on questionnaries, work with publicly available resources and data collected from structure interviews. All data used in this thesis were collected by the author himself and data of Czech statistical office and Municipality of the town Mladá Boleslav were added as well. The thesis concludes that there is a great amount of free time activities available. However, the town should focus on searching for new places suitable for free time activities that can be used by families and their children. Also promotion of these institutions focusing on free time activities should be improved.
Changes in residential tourism in Spain, Finland and Czechia
Breza, Marián ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Štolcová, Kristýna (referee)
Recreational apartment houses are considered a new trend of second homes, which started to fully develop in Czechia in the 1990s. The first houses appeared at the end of the 20th century in mountain resorts, such as in the Krkonoše Mountains or Šumava. Compared to traditional chalets and cottages, apartment houses are better furnished and offer greater comfort to the users. The aim of this paper is to evaluate and compare the development of residential tourism in Spain, Finland and Czechia (with a primary focus on recreational apartment houses). The question of the consequences of the global economic crisis (in the case of Spain and Czechia) and the covid-19 pandemic (in the case of Finland and Czechia) for residential tourism is discussed. The importance of apartment dwellings as one of the integral parts of unoccupied dwellings is discussed on the basis of graphical outputs. KEY WORDS residential tourism, recreational apartment house, new trends in second homes, economic crisis, pandemic covid-19, Krkonoše
Changes in the historical landscape around the Jesenice water reservoir
Vyčítalová, Romana ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Vrhel, Matěj (referee)
The main goal of this bachelor's thesis is to analyze the changes in the historical landscape around the Jesenice water reservoir. In the theoretical part, the main concepts related to the above-mentioned topic are defined. The analytical part is focused only on the monitored territory. To achieve the main goal, sub-goals are set, consisting of a study of scholar literature related to the monitored area, analysis of changes in land cover before and after the construction of the Jesenice water reservoir, analysis of changes in the number of inhabitants and houses, analysis of changes in campsites and cottage settlements. To achieve the sub-goals are these methods used: the creation of maps based on orthophoto images, the creation of graphs based on data from the Český statistický úřad, the analysis of changes from aerial photographs and a structured interview. key words: Czechia, landscape, reservoir Jesenice, transformation, recreation
The caravanning - a specific form of tourism from Czech users' point of view
Tučanová, Daniela ; Fialová, Dana (advisor) ; Lochman, Josef (referee)
Caravanning is currently on the rise in Czechia. The aim of this thesis is to verify its position in tourism, analyze the factors that influence users, and specify popular destinations for users. The theoretical background consists of research conducted abroad, geography of tourism, and social geography. The research method used is a questionnaire survey, which was shared among groups on social networks focusing on caravanning. The research results show that Czech and Slovak users of motorhomes or caravans use these vehicles mobilely, mostly visit Italy and southern Moravia, and the most important factor for them is the ability to choose and be independent. The thesis can serve as a source of information for tourism organizations, users of motorhomes or caravans, or for further research. Keywords: caravanning, mobility, tourism, motivation, motorhome, caravan, Czechia

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