Tourist resources and infrastructure as the important components of economic development and tourism in the region

  • Inna Makarchuk Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University
  • Oksana Perchuk Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University
  • Oksana Perchuk Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University
Keywords: tourism infrastructure, tourism potential, tourist product, tourist resources, tourism, tourist services, tourist market

Abstract

However, with all the prerequisites for the development of tourism, Ukraine did not pay due attention to the development of this sector of economy. Due to this situation, the problem of increasing the tourist attractiveness of the territory remains urgent. Having an important potential of natural resources, historical and cultural monuments, considering the great importance of the tourism industry, it has been declared one of the priority directions of development of the national economy at the state level in Ukraine. Among Ukrainian scientists, the development of tourist infrastructure was studied by A. A. Beidik, M. P. Malskaya, A. T. Makarov, F. Kifiak, A. A. Lubitseva, S. P. Kuzyk, I. M. School. Certain infrastructure elements of the tourist and recreational complex of the Kiev region are analyzed in the works of L. M. Volovik, V. L. Glibovets, A. M. Poltavets, S. V. Rogovsky, etc. Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky district is a territory of historical land, which is located in the eastern part of the Kiev region. It played a great importance in the processes of formation of Ukrainian nationality and state. This land was a source of inspiration for Taras Shevchenko himself and other outstanding heroes of Ukraine. It is over-saturated with both sad and joyful big events. Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky district, without exaggeration, can be called a unique place on the map of our country. The purpose of the study is to assess tourist resources and develop the tourist infrastructure of Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky district, to determine its role in creating the basis for the economic growth of the district as a whole and to improve the tourism sector in particular. The study of this problem is based on general scientific methods of knowledge of economic phenomena and processes (analysis and synthesis, system approach, dialectical method, etc.). It was revealed the conditions of formation and the current state of formation of tourist infrastructure in Kyiv region, in particular in Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky district. It was made the comparison of the state of its components (communication network, accommodation establishments, and mass catering establishments). Without exaggeration, Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky district can be called a unique place on the map of our country. Today, there are 51 settlements, 15 objects of nature reserve fund of Ukraine, among which is a park-monument of landscape art of a national importance «Tashanskyi» and National natural park «Biloozerskyi», and there are more than 10 large and small rivers and hundreds of potential tourist sites that need to be preserved, promoted and attracted by tourists. It was highlighted the key advantages inherent in the tourism infrastructure of Kyiv region. The value of material and technical base and tourism infrastructure has been established as a determining factor for increasing the tourist attractiveness of Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky district. The main reasons for hindering the development of the tourist services market in Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky district are: the imperfection of the system of state regulation of tourist activity; the low level of investments in the development of the material base of tourism; the inconsistency of tourist establishments with international standards; the insufficient provision of the tourism industry by qualified specialists; the extremely unsatisfactory condition of transport infrastructure; the low awareness of potential consumers of the tourism product. It was highlighted the main problems in the formation and promotion of tourism products of the district, as well as the problems of development of existing tourism potential, which is certainly one of the richest in Ukraine. It was offered the directions of development of tourist infrastructure market in Pereiaslav-Khmelnitsky district and activation of using of tourist potential in the area.

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Author Biographies

Inna Makarchuk, Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University

PhD in Economics, Assistant Professor Department of Vocational Education

Oksana Perchuk, Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University

PhD in Economics, Assistant Professor Department of Vocational Education

Oksana Perchuk, Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University

PhD in Economics, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Vocational Education

Published
2020-05-27
How to Cite
Makarchuk, I., Perchuk, O., & Perchuk, O. (2020). Tourist resources and infrastructure as the important components of economic development and tourism in the region. University Economic Bulletin, (45), 93-99. https://doi.org/10.31470/2306-546X-2020-45-93-99
Section
Economy and Management

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