According to TUI Russia, Bulgaria may soon be the chosen destinations of Russian tourists intent on vacations this coming Summer. Travel Russian News reported o Friday, Bulgaria having garnered some 60% of early bookings by tourists so far.
A proposal for the Belarus travel industry to introduce a system of all-inclusive services is being discussed. According to the news, the Ministry of Sport and Tourism may collaborate with other agencies to promote and develop tourism events, marketing, and advertising.
According to news from Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry, a new travel warning has been issued in connection with a general strike in Greece on February 4. The ministry has also issued an advisory on the continued difficulties at the border crossings between the two countries, prompted by the escalating blockades by Greek farmers.
Some 30 million Indians are expected to travel worldwide in the short term, tourism boards from Bucharest to Varna and beyond are seeking to woo these news tourists via marketing and trade shows.
The head of Russia’s tourism agency, Oleg Safonov told reporters of increased sales volume for Sochi vacations were up over the previous year, and that overall occupancy spiked to 80%. Sochi was visited by some 6 million grouists last year. Mr. Safonov said the demand for Sochi rooms went up largely because of the Formula 1, and other premier events.
Romania is regarded by many specialty publications as one of the must see destinations of 2016. It is pretty affordable when it comes to accommodation and cost for entertainment. It also has other things to appeal to you:
If the cliche romantic destinations have left you bored to tears the last few years, here’s some suggestions for spending Valentine’s Day 2016 with some real sex appeal. Travel like Bond, James Bond in From Russia With Love, only in the opposite direction. Here’s a brief selections of upcoming deals on the most romantic day of the year.
Busójárás in Mohács is an UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity listed celebration, which takes place every February, featuring unique traditions.
Lato Boutique Hotel in Heraklion is offering a special invitation for guests to join a membership program with extra special perks.
As of October 21st Hotel services inside Russia must conform to new governmental rules meant to regulate the industry. The Ministry for Culture of Russia reported on these new legislation that will bind hotels and other hospitality providers aimed at previously unregulated discrepancies.
Coming up in Croatia’s capital, Advent in the Heart of Zagreb is an array of holiday events orchestrated to create an unforgettable Christmas experience for visitors to the city starting November 28th.
In news from Crimea, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has just signed a decree naming more than 220 cultural heritage sites in Crimea. The decree creates a legal framework for setting about preserving, popularizing, and protecting cultural heritage on the Crimea peninsula.
According to the most recent figures from a global study bv Visa, Russians spend on average $2,730 dollars on foreign travel, roughly 20% more than the worldwide average.
Coming up in Moscow, the first ever Hospitality E-Commerce and Revenue Management Conference from dotcomhotel takes place October 6th & 7th at the Courtyard Moscow Paveletskaya Hotel.
In pre-season ski news, OJSC “Northern Caucasus Resorts has begun construction of the highest aerial lift in Europe at Mount Elbrus.