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The First Recreation and Tourism Office of the Crimea in Moscow
25.04.2013 01:43
The First Recreation and Tourism Office of the Crimea in Moscow
(Source: http://gidtravel.com/news_3.html)

Recreation and Tourism office of Autonomous Republic of Crimea was opened in Moscow for the first time.


      

It is planned to practice training programmes for health workers, as well as trainings for travel agents on how to promote existing recreational products of Crimea, organize tours and other activities such as hiking, and also distribute promotional products, souvenirs and other activities.


      

The Recreation and Tourism Office of the Crimea was opened in the building of a national travel company Alean. This year four more offices are going to be set, three of which will also work under the auspices of Alean in Tyumen, St. Petersburg and Novosibirsk.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Crimea Travel Tourism   

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