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Tula Tourist Hotline
25.09.2018 13:10
Tula Tourist Hotline

The guests of Tula Oblast will be able to find information about attractions, routes, hotels, restaurants and events in the region with the help of a hotline, as the regional Tourism Committee reported. “The free hotline for consulting tourists has been launched. The requests in a “question-answer” format are accepted on the multi-channel number 8 (800) 301-71-71 around the clock. The calls are free all over Russia”, as the committee official said.

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      The operators of the “hotline” are also ready to advice tourists on their proper actions in emergency situations: where they should address if medical assistance is needed; what they should do if their documents are lost; what they should do if their vehicle was evacuated, etc.

      In addition, the tourist portal of Tula Oblast “visittula” is operating; there you can book a room in any hotel you like.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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