Tourism in Moscow is set to get a much-needed boost this year with the completion of eight new luxury hotel projects, boosting the number of quality hotel rooms in the Russian capital by 6% – to a total of 32,500 – according to a top consulting company.
Plans by Russian authorities to make Moscow a more “tourist-friendly” place could be given a lift with the announcement of a new multi-lingual Dial-a-Guide telephone service that has been proposed. The new plan calls for specialist tourist information call centers to be set up during the summer, ready to field calls from foreign visitors looking […]
The Russian Federation’s travel and tourism initiative goes forward with a Moscow convention directed at the problems of medical tourism in Russia. The Russian Tourist Industry Union reaches out to the industry to help solve Russia’s principle issues where the disabled are concerned. Just as Prime Minister Putin embraces his gifted Bulgarian sheepdog, Russia seems to want to embrace the world now.