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The tourist flow from South Korea and China to Russia grows

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The tourist flow from South Korea and China to Russia grows


09.08.2019

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Tourists from China, Germany, South Korea, Israel and Italy come to Russia more often according to Amadeus tour company, RIA Novosti reported. 

Experts have learn that 25% more of Chinese tourists visit Russia in 2019 in comparision with 2018. Quantity of tourists from South Korea  increased by 26 %, from Israel by more than 6%, from Italy by 5 %. 

South Korea and Israel tourists can visit Russia without visa for last several years. Guests from Far East get easy electronic visa. For the last 10 years China and Russia make organised no visa trips. Italians are coming to our country more often due to an opening of extra flights.  

The tourist flow from Germany, Czech Republic and France has lowered little bit compared with last year during the World Championships in Russia. In comparision with 2017, the tourist flow from these countries has grown anyway. 

As Russkiy Mir reported, during last five years that Crimea is a part of Russia, the peninsula was visited by more than 26 mln tourists. According to the Crimean parliament representative Alexey Chernyak, touristic flow has grown by 76 percent,during last 5 years. In all, tourirsts from 144 countries have visited the Republic of Crimea since 2014. It is an impressive indicator, especially taking to account blocade of the region initiated by Ukrainian side and sanctions regime.

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