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Caucasian Mineral Waters Expect Their Millionth Visitor
7.11.2012 14:12
Caucasian Mineral Waters Expect Their Millionth Visitor

The influx of tourists to the Russian Caucasus has increased by 9% compared to 2011, tourism analysts report. This year the cities of Pyatigorsk, Zheleznovodsk, Mineral Waters, Essentuki, Kislovodsk and other towns of Stavropol Territory have welcomed over 960 thousand visitors, but more are still expected. Local hotels are only 80% full, so the millionth visitor is expected to arrive in mid-December.

      11% of this year's visitors come from abroad. The Caucasian Minelal Waters resorts have long been popular for the scenic sights, healthy climate, and the enviable spa facilities. The main drawback is the quality of service, which has been slow to raise to the global standards.   


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Caucasian Mineral Waters Russian tourism spa tourism   

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