Tourism and Spatial Planning (NOPP41I1)

  • Level of study undergraduate studies
  • Teacher: Ph.D. Velimir Šećerov
  • Subject status: elective
  • ECTS: 6
  • Semester: VII
  • Number of classes: 2+2

Each spatial plan also contains the aspect of tourism planning as an indispensable and economically necessary segment. Bearing in mind the expansion of the tertiary sector of the economy and the growing participation of the tourism economy there, initiatives for the development of tourism as a significant development potential in the EU and Serbia and a legislative framework that seeks to create the necessary conditions for its smooth development, spatial planning as the basic activity of each national, regional and local self-government, integrates the component of strategic planning of tourism development as extremely important in the concept of overall development of a certain territory. Based on two laws (Law on Planning and Construction and Law on Tourism) there are two types of planning documents that directly or indirectly affect the development of tourism. Spatial plans (according to the Law on Planning and Construction) observe in an integral manner the entire development of a certain area, while Tourism Development Programs - Master Plans (according to the Law on Tourism) contain a dominant economic component, program and project oriented. The clarification of these concerns and principles is the basic goal of this subject.

The outcome of the course will be to train a student to use basic spatial planning principles in tourism planning, practical application of acquired knowledge on examples of spatial plans in Europe and Serbia and harmonization of these types of plans with other strategic documents.

Theoretical lectures

What is spatial planning, types of plans and the position of tourism in these plans; master tourism plans; PPPPN and PPO - relations towards tourism; methodology of tourism planning in spatial plans; zones, points, itineraries; planning of wider tourist areas - transnational cooperation; European and world experience in tourism planning; European cooperation zone - tourism; strategic planning of cities and tourism; tourism as a factor for the reconstruction of villages; Rules of arrangement and construction in tourist areas and zones; integrating planning of tourist activities into the overall development policy of a particular area (integral planning); measures and instruments in the plans for realization of the planned solutions in the field of tourism; projects for the development of tourism and their programming

Practical lectures

System of spatial and urban plans - examples; master plans (tourism development programs) - examples; legal basis for tourism planning; concrete examples of the development of spatial plans - aspect of the planning concept of tourism development, programs and development projects

Maksin-Mićić M. (2007): Turizam i prostor. Fakultet za turistički i hotelijerski menadžment, Univerzitet Singidunum, Beograd; Strategija razvoja turizma Srbije, Vlada RS, 2006.;
Mladenovački selters, Geografski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, 2002;
Beograd i njegov region, Geografski fakultet UB, 2003.; Evropski projekti - VISION PLANET, ESTIA, Spa-ce.net i dr.;
Podunavlje u Srbiji 1-3, UUS, Beograd, 1996-2000.;
Šećerov V., Lukić B., Đorđević A.: Obnova sela u prostornim planovima opština – primer PPO Subotica” u Glasniku SGD, sv. LXXXVII, br. 2, SGD, Beograd, 2007.;
Đorđević D. P, Filipović D., Šećerov V.: Cooperation between regions of Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria on the Danube” u “Danubian and other planning issues”, Geografski fakultet, Beograd, 2003.;
Šećerov V., Nevenić M., Lazić I.: Smernice za razvoj turizma u beogradskom regionu u monografiji Beograd i njegov region, Geografski fakultet Beograd, Beograd, 2003.;
Master planovi turističkih područja (Stara planina, Palić, Gornje i Donje Podunavlje, Tara i dr.);
Marić, I, Pucar, M.: Konkretni projekti uređenja turističkih mesta, IAUS, 2002.;
Zakon o planiranju i izgradnji, Sl. gl. RS 46/03; Zakon o turizmu, Sl. Gl. RS 45/05

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