SOME VISUAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FOREST LANDSCAPES ALONG THE TOURIST ROUTES

Keywords: visual features, open spaces, dynamics, eco-trails, forest landscapes

Abstract

This article discusses some visual landscape characteristics and illustrates several specific examples of changes occurring in the appearance of forest landscapes located along the trails of our popular mountain resorts or eco-trails in Bulgarian natural phenomena. This allows you to get a real idea of the dynamics of the landscape along the alleys or paths in the forests and meadows along the tourist routes in Bulgaria. This study may help to clarify many issues on the design of eco-trails, criteria and standards for their construction and their maintenance responsibilities. Bulgarian tourists and nature lovers themselves have created some of the most remarkable of them, surrounded by beautiful scenery of mountains, waterfalls, forests, cliffs and gorges. Landscape architects here are debtors of the society in this regard remain static observers of tourism issues. Bulgarian ecological trails are designed to facilitate the access of tourists to countless landmarks. These tourist routes allow for summer and winter trekking and walking, and are an excellent idea for a holiday weekend.

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2020-12-24
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Galev, E., & Fedir Markov. (2020). SOME VISUAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FOREST LANDSCAPES ALONG THE TOURIST ROUTES. Science Review, (8(35). https://doi.org/10.31435/rsglobal_sr/30122020/7321
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Tourism and Recreation
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