undergraduate thesis
London - its historical importance and its tourism today

Sara Dozet (2015)
Polytechnic of Međimurje in Čakovec
Management of tourism and sport
TitleLondon - its historical importance and its tourism today
AuthorSara Dozet
Mentor(s)Marija Miščančuk (thesis advisor)
The subject of this final paper is London and its historical importance and its tourism today. Tourism has become a huge part of modern people’s lives since it offers opportunities to get to know more of unknown places. The United Kingdom’s largest and capital city is London. London as one of the world's most visited cities has something for everyone. London contains four World heritage sites on UNESCO's list. London is home to many museums, sporting events, tourist attractions and cultural institutions that are interesting for numerous visitors that visit London every year. London has a diverse range of population and cultures and is famous as a multicultural city. London is a global city and also an important banking and financial centre. Its tourism is one of the prime industries that contribute to London's economy. Even though London and its population had to face many difficulties through its history, with its famous rulers it became what it is today, one of the most important tourist and financial centers in the world. The main part of this final paper is directly focused on London's history and its tourism and it shows how it became one of the most popular cities in the world and how it developed its economy.
Committee MembersIvan Hegeduš
Damira Đukec
Marija Miščančuk
GranterPolytechnic of Međimurje in Čakovec
Lower level organizational unitsManagement of tourism and sport
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Trade and Tourism
Study programme typeprofessional
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeProfessional Study programe Tourism and Sport Management
Academic title abbreviationbacc. oec.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language English
Defense date2015-09-25
Parallel keywords (Croatian)London tourism United Kingdom history UNESCO economy
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
CommitterPetra Horvat