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Mobile Tourist Office Opened In St. Petersburg
12.06.2017 09:54
Mobile Tourist Office Opened In St. Petersburg

In St. Petersburg, the first mobile office was created to provide information about the city's tourist opportunities.

      Tourists will be able to see it on June 12 at the Festival of Flowers. The carriage will pass along Nevsky Prospekt during the "Parade of Flowers", which starts at 14:00 from Ostrovsky Square.

      "The center will work in St. Petersburg throughout the summer, and its staff will provide the city's guests with all relevant information on how to spend time in the city on the Neva," said the General Director of the City Tourist Information Bureau.

      The mobile office fully meets the requirements of the tourist information pavilion. It provides equal access to the service for all, including citizens with disabilities. Three employees will work in the mobile center.

      The main location of the mobile information office will be the fourth terminal of the port "Marine Facade".


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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