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More Camping Sites to Appear in Moscow
14.06.2012 14:49
More Camping Sites to Appear in Moscow
Caravan site in Sokolniki Park, Moscow

More than 10 new camping sites for car tourists will appear on the territory of Moscow parks and former industrial areas. Some of them will be located along the Kaluzhskoe highway, Interfax reported.

      According to the words of Sergey Shpilko, the head of Moscow Committee on tourism and hotel industry, caravan tourism is widespread throughout the world. It is an important part of the tourism industry of any city.

      Moscow parks will soon present new camping sites, organized according to the environmental requirements. Currently, such a space, designed for 30 trailers, is located in Sokolniki Park. Tourists can use toilets, showers, a mini-laundry, a kitchen and free Wi-Fi".

      Related News: A Car Park for Caravans Has Appeared in Moscow.

      Source: Interfax. Image courtesy: MK.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Russian transport Car parks Caravan tourism 

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