Moscow aims to become a new destination for Spanish tourists
The Moscow City Tourism Committee has decided to make this beautiful city a major travel destination for Spanish tourists. To this end, she organized a program of virtual training and business meetings with Spanish travel agencies.
Their project is called “Moscow Virtual Roadwhow” and will offer a comprehensive package of information about the city, as well as interesting news for the Spanish tourism industry. The committee has scheduled meetings with travel agencies from all over Spain in the hope of placing Moscow in the Spanish market.
Working virtually, more than 25 incoming tour operators, hotels and other travel organizations in Moscow will present how Moscow has changed after the coronavirus pandemic and what new tourism products await their customers.
The presentations will be made in Spanish, showing the main attractions Moscow has to offer tourists. It is even possible to arrange individual meetings with local businessmen or representatives of the Moscow Tourist Board.
Russian gastronomy is a mixture of tradition and modernity
Thanks in part to an exponentially growing leisure and gastronomic offer in the city, Moscow is emerging as one of the most sought-after destinations. Moreover, the city is famous for its vibrant nightlife.
Russian gastronomy in particular is a huge draw in the world of “foodie” tourists, with a mix of tradition and modernity available in the city’s restaurants. In fact, only last year the Michelin Guide landed in Moscow, making the city a big attraction for tourists from all over Europe who want to taste traditional dishes or choose restaurants that surprise with their innovation.
“Russpass” is an online system that helps tourists plan their trips to Russia quickly and easily. With this service, travelers can buy train or plane tickets, book a hotel room or a restaurant. It also allows you to design an individualized itinerary, with sights of interest to the visitor, or you can use pre-designed maps, as reported by 101tv.es.
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