Rest on the Russian resorts can rise 30%

rest on the Russian resorts can rise to 30% in the case of the continued restrictions on foreign tours, have informed “news” the Vice-President of the Association of tour operators of Russia (ATOR) Alexander Kurnosov.

the growing demand of Russians for rest in the country has increased due to uncertainty in the epidemiological situation in other States.

Quarantine reduced the massive tourist season, which began in the spring. Before the pandemic, the number of hotels and resorts of the country were not designed for such demand with closed borders.

“the Number of hotels, resorts are also somewhat smaller, and the tourist season this year is shorter. All this will allow owners and managers of these facilities to raise prices. How is booking for July-August, shows that prices can rise significantly. That is more than 20-30%”, — predicts Kurnosov.

At the end of 2019 one of the cheapest beach resorts for Russians became the Russian resorts – the average tour for two with flights “here” was from 42.7 per thousand (greater Sochi) to 50-51 thousand rubles (Sochi and Crimea).

a Full-fledged tourist industry in regions of Russia will start working from July 1, said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko at a special meeting of the head of the government Michael mishustina.

the Whole of June will be spent on training facilities and infrastructure, and from 1 July it will be possible to fully launch the industry interregional trips. In 25 regions hotels have opened and are working on the reception.

in the meantime, in early June 2020, the first vacationers arrived in the sanatorium of the Caucasian Mineral Waters – the residents of the Bryansk and Moscow oblasts, the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district and other regions. They have already opened 6 institutions, 27 must open the door in the coming days.

the international tourism Market this year will decline to 70% is the biggest decline in the industry since the beginning of the veDenia statistics in 1950-ies, reported Secretary General of the world tourism organization Zurab Pololikashvili.