Travel News Digest Wednesday 7 July

In the Sochi area, the weather is good again, but there are still reminders of the recent rainstorm and landslides. found out how the elimination of the consequences is going and why the governor Veniamin Kondratyev called the beaches in the Tuapse region a trash heap.


Rostourism meanwhile reports that the Russians refuse to rest in the Krasnodar Territory. But the reason was not the showers, but the new rules for settling guests in hotels and sanatoriums, providing for the reception of only vaccinated and ill citizens. It is expected that at a meeting of the regional headquarters, they will be adjusted, otherwise after August 1, tourists in Sochi will significantly decrease.


Some buy phony certificates, but prime Mikhail Mishustin has already involved the security forces to combat this phenomenon. The Prime Minister also ordered to put things in order with PCR testing. It will be accelerated.


To other topics. In the areas of international tourism, an increase in demand is recorded. An example is Croatia. There are more direct flights, therefore, the decrease in ticket prices and tours attract tourists.


And in the Turkish Marmaris nightlife rages. We share a video sent by clients of one of the travel agencies.


Tourism professionals are interested in the situation in the tour operator “Pegasus”where the central office burned down the day before. Especially for, the company’s employees shared a video and said that, despite the misfortune, they managed to organize work in a new place in just one night. Do not forget to also watch the short news that we share at the end of the review.


In Crimea – a record number of cases
Johnson & Johnson’s foreign vaccine may appear in Russia
Moscow museums will be allowed only by QR code
In the regions, they shamelessly make money on visas to Greece
“Victory” returned to passengers almost a billion for canceled flights
Scammers allegedly sell air tickets via the Internet
Fake PCR test could delay flights to Turkey

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