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The Vladimir Region Will Introduce A Tourist Tax
31.07.2014 10:49
The Vladimir Region Will Introduce A Tourist Tax

Special tourist tax will be imposed in the Vladimir region as it was proposed by the Governor.

      Governor of the Vladimir region Svetlana Orlova considers appropriate an introduction of a special tourist tax, Interfax reported.

      "Such practice exists in many countries around the world, as a rule, this tax is paid by tourists on arrival at the hotel and sent to the local budgets. It's a small tax - 100-150 rubles, and for the cities it is a source of funding," - said Orlova at a press conference in Vladimir on Wednesday.

      According to her, a special fee for tourists will be introduced in five cities: Vladimir, Suzdal, Aleksandrov, Gorohovets and Yuriev-Polsky. These cities are the major tourist centers of the Vladimir region.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Vladimir Region Tourist Tax    

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