Travel News Digest Saturday, April 10
The ending week turned out to be rich in calls from high officials to tourists to refrain from traveling to Turkey, where the number of COVID-19 infections has been on the rise. Representative of Crystal Hotels and Nirvana Hotels brings a note of optimism to the stream of negative messages Irina Kazakova, which is now in Antalya. In her video commentary, she shared with the audience of the TourDom.ru portal her impressions of the situation at the resort and what security measures are provided in hotels in order to minimize the risks of guests catching a coronavirus infection. See and draw your own conclusions.
Another topic related to Turkey. Saturday was darkened by the news of a serious accident with a tourist bus, on which our vacationers were traveling from Antalya to Cappadocia. The weather let down – the vehicle could not resist on the icy road. One person died, several more were injured. Turkish services are investigating the causes of the incident, and representatives of the Russian Embassy provide assistance to tourists.
Our two publications are dedicated to domestic tourism. From one you will find out how much it will cost tourists to stay in hotels in St. Petersburg in early June. The period of white nights, which is in demand for trips to the northern capital, coincides with the holding of the traditional St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. The prices for which hotels have already skyrocketed, and where you can stay relatively on a budget, you will find out from our review.
In another article, we talk about the updated rules for visiting the Moscow Kremlin by tourists – they have become much more loyal than before.
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