Geografie 2011, 116, 191-210

Second home tourism in light of the historical-political and socio-geographical development of Czechia and Sweden

Jiří Vágner1, Dieter K. Müller2, Dana Fialová1

1Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Dpt. of Social Geography and Regional Development, Albertov 6, 128 43, Praha 2, Czechia
2University of Umeå, Dpt. of Social and Economic Geography, S-901 87, Sweden

Received December 2009
Accepted January 2011

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