Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS
russian visa

Mobile App For Tula
August 1, 2015 23:03


Tula Oblast is included in the new mobile application "Journey to Russia", which will allow tourists to get all the necessary information about the region, its sights and infrastructure, the press service of the oblast government reported.

New app for iOS: TopTripTip – “Travel Russia” ( was developed by Appreal (Moscow). Currently the application is presented in 28 Russian regions, Interfax reported. Travelers will get interesting facts about the area, tips, stories, legends, colorful photo galleries and in some regions the audio tours.

The purpose of creating TopTripTip mobile application is pooling of information for tourists traveling to Russia in a single digital product. The application shares the actual data about the places and safe routes, showing specific examples of Russia's incredible tourist potential. Information support for the project was provided by Rosturizm, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Russian Union of Travel Industry and the National Association of Information and tourist organizations.

Among the advantages of mobile application is access to information even without Internet; constantly updated content; publication of objects rating based on the total number of user "likes"; recommendations and various filtration systems to simplify the process of selection of places to visit. Also, most of the objects in the application contain unique cross-links by clicking on which they can select what sites to see while walking in the park or staying in the hotel. For those who come to Russia from other countries all the information is presented in English.

The original texts are not just literally translated, but re-prepared and adapted by native speakers. Earlier it was reported that in 2014 the Tula Oblast is going to host about 2 million tourists. The main attractions of the region are Yasnaya Polyana, Kulikovo Field and Polenovo reserve museums, Tula Kremlin Museum as well as the museums of weapons, samovars and gingerbread.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Tula Oblast     

Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

Circular Line Of Moscow Metro Celebrates Anniversary Barrier-free Tourism Support Tula Oblast Takes Part In the Real Russia Project Promoting The Silver Ring of Russia Is Not An Easy Task Buy One Train Ticket Get One Free Entrance To Museum

comments powered by Disqus

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

Russian Parliament in Action

search on the map

Latest articles



   Divnogorsk: Legends


   Divnogorsk: Overview

Isaak Brodsky  Scientific Exhibitions  Painting  Russian hackers  Exhibitions in Moscow  Russian airports  Natalia Vodianova  Regions of Russia  Russian Literature  Russian tourism  Russian Cinema  Russian travel  Tele2 AB  Archeology  Concerts in St. Petersburg  Graffity  Russian scientists  Rostelecom   Life in Motion  Classical Music  Vladimir  Russian business  Russian aviation  Ilyushin Finance  Spacecrafts  Russian religion  Russian sport  Rosselkhoznadzor  fashion weeks  Irkutsk Region  Russian history  Halloween  Arktikmor Neftegaz Razvedka  Carpentry  Kamchatka  Russian Astronauts  Russian social networks  Moscow  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Winter Arts Festival   Russian cuisine  Semyon Chelyuskin  Handmade  health  deer monument  Novoaltaisk  Supseh  Mikhail Zadornov  Yandex  Vladimir Vysotsky 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites