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Belokurikha Resort Attracts More Tourists
10.09.2018 23:58
Belokurikha Resort Attracts More Tourists
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The Altai Territory has been visited by 800 thousand tourists in the first half of 2018, which is 3% more than in the same period last year. The majority of tourists who came to the Altai Territory were attracted by the Belokurikha resort town of federal significance - 101.3 thousand people visited it, which is 12.7% of the total tourist flow for the first half of the year.

      The basic number of tourists includdes the residents of the Siberian regions, whereas the number of European tourists does not exceed 1%. According to the Chief Physician of the health resorts of “Belokurikha Resort” JSC, three health resorts of the company are able to simultaneously accommodate about 1.5 thousand tourists who will be serviced by the experts in 34 medical fields.

      
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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Belokurikha Altai    

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