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The Year of Russian Tourism in China to Start in March
21.02.2012 12:00
The Year of Russian Tourism in China to Start in March

Russian and Chinese authorities have declared 2012 the year of Russian tourism in China. The opening ceremony will take place in the end of March. In its turn, the year of Chinese tourism in Russia will be held in the next 2013 year.

      Russia pays much attention to the preparation of the upcoming events: exhibitions, tourist conferences, presentations of Russian regions and leading companies.

      According to the Russia’s Federal Agency, The Sino-Russian Tourism Year is an unprecedented event that confirms the high level of relations between two countries.

      It is notable, that Chinese are more and more interested in Russia. While in 2010 Russia was visited by 158 thousand of tourists, in 2011 their number had risen to 196 thousand people. Among Chinese tourists the most popular Russian destinations are Moscow and St. Petersburg. As for Russian people, educational, ecological and medical Chinese tourism is the most popular among them.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russia-China    

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