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The Urals Region Starts to Develop Gastronomy Tourism
18.10.2011 11:39
The Urals Region Starts to Develop Gastronomy Tourism

Gourmands from around the world can enjoy the new gastronomic destination in Sverdlovsk Region. The first guests have already visited bekeeping and ostrich farms, Mari and Tatar villages and have tasted the unique traditional food. 

      In addition to different degustations, tourists are invited to participate in Mari ceremonies like wedding and army send-off, play national Tatar games, ride horses and learn, how to make felt boots.

        Gastronomy tourism is a very popular kind of travel in the world. The Urals tour has been created to help tourists learn about the features of local cuisine and culinary traditions of people living in the region.  

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism the Urals region Sverdlovsk region Gastronomic tourism  

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