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Tourist Information Centre to be Opened near Red Square
7.06.2012 12:02
Tourist Information Centre to be Opened near Red Square
The State Historical Museum, where the tourist information centre will be located

The first tourist information center will soon appear in Moscow. It will be located in the State Historical Museum near the Red Square.

      Tourists will be able to get necessary information and help in the case of any problems.

      As RIA "Novosti" reports, the head of Moscow Committee on tourism and hotel industry Sergei Shpilko says that similar offices may also appear in several Moscow hotels.

      Besides, the tourist call centre, opened in 2011, is now operating in five languages.

      It is also planned to open a tourism portal about Moscow with information in Russian, English and German. 

      Source: Image courtesy: Wikipedia.

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow tourist information   

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