The tourism industry was the first to assess the prospects for cooperation with the "Katyusha" TV channel, which is launching broadcasting in China

September 21, 2017 in the Expocentre Fairgrounds, within the framework of the 23rd International Tourism Exhibition "Leisure Leisure 2017", a solemn ceremony of signing the contract of the "Katyusha" TV channel, JSC "First Channel. World Network "with the" National Tourist Union ".

22 September 2017

Turkish Airlines expects to carry record high passengers from Russia during tourism season

Turkish Airlines is expecting to carry more than 2 million passengers from Russia to Turkey in the upcoming six-month tourism season, hitting a new record, as bilateral ties between the two countries normalize after the crisis over Ankara’s downing of a Russian jet in November 2015. The national carrier will carry over 1 million passengers from Moscow in the second half of the year, according to preliminary data from representatives from the company’s Russia operations. Turkish Airlines has launched a total of 10 additional flights between the southern province of Antalya and Moscow as the tourism season kicked off. It has also started direct Ankara-Moscow flights on four days every week. There are already four Istanbul-Moscow flights and one Antalya-Moscow flight on a daily basis throughout the year.

26 May 2017

Pacific tourism forum opens in Russia's Vladivostok

The third Pacific Tourist Forum opened Thursday in Vladivostok in Russia's Far East, attended by 40 experts from Russia, China, Japan, South Korea and other countries. The forum is focused on development of cross-border tourism routes between countries of Northeast Asia and Russia's Far East and Siberia. It takes place on May 18-21 at the Far Eastern Federal University. Among routine events during the forum are the business part of an international forum of Northeast Asia, an annual Pacific international tourism expo, the Vladivostok boat show, and the activity of "Day of a Traveller."

26 May 2017

Russian, Polish, Indian visitors boost RAK tourism in Q1

Ras Al Khaimah’s tourism sector continued to see growth in visitor numbers buoyed by significant increases from markets including Russia, Poland and India, according to CBRE. Its Q1 2017 RAK MarketView report said the average length of stay of Indian guests also grew by 10.6 percent during the same period while visitors from the UAE, Germany, Russia and the UK remained key source markets. It said around 500 new hotel and hotel apartment keys are expected to be completed over the remainder of 2017, with a similar figure to be completed in 2018.

26 May 2017

Russia welcomes Malaysians for FIFA World Cup 2018

Russian envoy upbeat on more Malaysians visiting Russia during and after football championship played across 11 cities. Russian ambassador to Malaysia, Valery N Yermolov, is upbeat on more Malaysians visiting Russia during and after next year’s FIFA World Cup. He said that the World Cup, one of the biggest sporting events in the world, which would be hosted by 11 cities across Russia, would promote different places as well as boost the tourism sector in the country.

28 April 2017

Indians can visit Russia’s far east without visas ‘to boost tourism, investment

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has announced that tourists and businessmen from India and 17 other countries can visit the country’s far east without visas to boost tourism and investment in the region. Medvedev said on Monday that businessmen and tourists will not need to undergo the traditional procedure of Russian visas receipt. According to the official site of the Russian Cabinet, the list of 18 countries comprises Algeria, Bahrain, Brunei, India, Iran, Qatar, China, North Korea, Kuwait, Morocco, Mexico, UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Tunisia, Turkey and Japan, Tass news agency reported.

25 April 2017

National Tourist Union expands the boundaries for travel to Russia

The National Tourist Union (NTU) presents FAM tours to Russia to open new travel destinations and experience the Russian diversity. The service is provided for the international tour operators, agencies and business representatives interested in the growth of the tourist exchange development.

11 April 2017

Medical tourism to Russia is booming

Foreigners are flocking to Russia for healthcare needs. According to Russia’s Association of Medical Tourism, in-vitro fertilization is now one of the most populaAnother advantage that is attractive to the international consumer is Russia’s more flexible and liberal reproductive legislation. Many things that are outright forbidden elsewhere are readily available in Russia.r procedures among patients from abroad, especially because it’s about 2.5 times cheaper than in Europe or the U.S. Dentistry, however, is the most popular healthcare sector for foreigners traveling to Russia for medical reasons. About 44 percent of all international patients in Russia seek an appointment with a dentist. For instance, Chinese tourist groups often find time to visit a dentist’s office in-between guided tours, said Konstantin Onishchenko, the president of Russia’s Association of Medical Tourism (AMT).

06 April 2017

Strange Love? U.S. Tourists Flock to Russia in Record Numbers

The Kremlin and the Trans-Siberian Railway are only a few of the attractions drawing visitors. Demand for U.S. tourism to Russia has surged in the past year, as American tourists have flocked to Moscow, St. Petersburg, and some of the other cities and attractions the nation has to offer. In spite of—or perhaps because of—tenuous political relations between the two countries, tourism demand has seen an undeniable spike.

05 April 2017

On the trails of great battles

The National Tourist Union with the support of the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in the Russian Federation and the Russian Military Historical Society invites you to participate in the unique international cultural and tourist program "Following the Great Battles."

24 March 2017