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Urban and Water Tourism will Continue to Develop in Yaroslavl Oblast
9.07.2018 16:12
Urban and Water Tourism will Continue to Develop in Yaroslavl Oblast
(Source: http://tourweek.ru/foto/detail/303817)

 Urban and water tourism will continue to develop in Yaroslavl Oblast. Nine excursion routes have already been created.

      In 8 years the region plans to enter the top five of largest tourist centres of the country and increase the tourist flow up to 8 million travelers.

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      Yaroslavl Oblast plans to create two tourist clusters – “Yaroslavskaya Riviera” on the Volga River and “Vereteya” on Lake Pleshcheyevo. The “Vereteya” project implies the development of the “Plescheevo Lake” centre: this location is the closest to Moscow.

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Sources: http://tourism.interfax.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Golden Ring Private Tour Yaroslavl Lake Pleshcheyevo tours to Russia  

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