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Moscow Was Recognized As The Worst City For Tourism
9.06.2014 23:34
Moscow Was Recognized As The Worst City For Tourism
(Source: http://distance.bestpersons.ru)

Moscow was recognized as the worst city for tourism on a number of indicators, according to the annual research by TripAdvisor site. The study collects reviews of more than 54 thousand travelers about 37 cities around the world, most popular among tourists. Moscow ranked last in terms of total indicators in five evaluation categories. The Russian capital was third from the end in the category of "general impression" and the second from the end in "family tourism", "restaurants" and "stores". In terms of "responsiveness of locals", "taxi", "high cost" and "hotels" Moscow took the last place.

      The Indian city of Mumbai shared the last line with Moscow as the largest tourist centers.

      The second from the end proved to be Punta Cana resort in the Dominican Republic. Perhaps the city took so low place because there is nothing much to do but to enjoy the views.

      Tokyo became the most convenient city for tourists. The Japanese capital has earned its place due to the hospitality of the locals, quick taxi and clean streets. New York is the second. According to the tourists, there are the best restaurants. Barcelona closes the top three.


Sources: http://strana.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow     

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