The New Year is traditionally a family holiday, and tourists often expect to spend time with their children “visiting a fairy tale” for the winter holidays. For those who are planning a similar trip, TURPROM offers instructions on the fairy map of Russia: how to visit Santa Claus? where is the Snow Maiden’s tower? And what other New Year’s fun waiting for parents with children in the Russian open spaces?
As you know, for almost twenty years, since 1999, the main New Year wizard of the country lives in the city of Veliky Ustyug. The idea to settle in the Vologda forests of Santa Claus was very successful. It was the efforts of this “brand” that increased the attendance of the region to 300 thousand tourists a year, as a result, the city builds far-reaching plans – up to the airport reconstruction, and also plans to subsequently expand the territory of the Grandfather Frost. Continue reading
With the development of social networks, especially Instagram and Youtube, blog tours have become one of the most effective ways to promote travel destinations. Many Russian travel bloggers have hundreds of thousands of Russians who are interested in traveling. Their audience multiply exceeds any travel magazine or website. Having organized a FAM tour of literally 10 travel bloggers, it is quite realistic to reach a target audience of 1-2 million people. And given that the promotion will come from a person to whom subscribers are loyal, then such a contact will be much better than a standard advertising message.
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Until recently, tourists from Russia did not often drift into the Venice Riviera, and in particular in Bibione and Lignano. Lovers of package tours and All Inclusive recognized only the largest resort in the region – Lido di Jesolo, although the cost of such package tours and AllInclusive was very high.
Now the resorts of Lignano and Bibione seem to be pearls that the Italians have for a long time seemed to have hidden from view. It turned out that these Adriatic resorts have long been chosen by experienced and demanding tourist neighbors from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Continue reading