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Tourism law

The tourism law was adopted by the Government in Nov. 2000. The aims of this law are:

  • to stipulate the principles for tourism business activities on the level of a law,
  • to specify the concepts used,
  • to define the legal status of persons engaged in tourism business,
  • to stipulate the requirements set to tourism business activities and the liability of persons engaged in tourism business for the violation of the Tourism Law and the requirements arising from the legislative acts enforced on its basis.

The Tourism Act also harmonises with the directive 90/314/EEC on package travel, package holidays and package tours.

Read more: The Tourism Law