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History of Tourism in Russia

Some students wonder why the study of tourism history is so important today. An answer is that one cannot grasp the current world tourism without knowledge of the past. If you are assigned to write about this issue, this article will help you out!

Traveling in Russia today is taking part in the fascinating excursion into the historical past of the world largest country. History of Russia is ubiquitous, from the magnificent monuments. Memorials, monasteries, temples, ancient ruins of the high castle walls among many others. The Russian people seemed proud of their history dating back centuries ago, their past and not without reasons. Historical tourism is Russia boasts many glorious deeds, great victories, and some darkened tragic events too. Nothing in the history of Russia that could disgrace the people who recognized as heroic worldwide. Reading this essay means interested in Russia remarked milestone in the history of tourism. Russia tourism is enriched with heroic and long-suffering Russian land, following the path of great battles, discoveries, and legends.

Tourism in Russia has rapidly grown since the late Soviet Union, from inner tourism to present day international tourism. Russia holds a rich cultural heritage and great natural variety historical sites among the most popular tourist destination in the world. Russia has over 23 UNESCO world heritage sites, not including Crimea and many more in the UNESCO’s tentative lists.

Major historical tourist routes in Russia are a golden ring of the ancient cities, cruises, big river such as the Volga, the famous Trans-Siberian railways among others. Russia host diverse regions and ethnic cultures coupled with many different foods and souvenirs showing a great variety of traditions such as the Russian Maslenitsa, Tatar Sabantuy, and Siberian shaman rituals.

In 2013, Russia hosted over 33 million tourists being the 9th most visited countries in the world and 7th in Europe. Most people toured historical places such as the witness of Russian history; Suzdal, Yaroslavl, Rostov Moscow, and Vladimir. Others visited sites of great battles such as Borodino, Kulikovo, Mamayev Kurgan, Lake Peipus, and the Kursk Bulge.

Each region of Russia is known for its particular tourist history, such as how did the conquest of Siberia, far east, and the Urals go? What roles the plays in the destiny of the Russian state? Instead of seeking an answer from historical books it would be exciting and fun to visit the actual sites and beautiful places, including museums, monuments, penetrating the secrets of Russian history.

The ancient ancestors of Russia were the eastern Slavs who occupied the eastern European valley around the 7th century. They were one of the many tribes who inhabited the valley and later become the dominant power. Rus’ known today as Russians were one of the smaller Slavic tribes, but, their names later applied for a more significant number of people who settles in the area between the Baltic, black seas, Caspian and white.

Russian tourism is government by “Federal Agency for Tourism” (Rosturizm) an agency responsible for the development of tourism in the country. Tourist can visit Russian using a network of Russian national marketing office operated over the world. There are over ten offices with a current expansion plan of adding 40. In a regional level, there many agencies responsible for tourism with cities, giving their countries and local centers providing information to local tourist sites and programs. Russian visitors center is the first point of call for tourist to get all the information they need about the places they are looking forward to visiting. Travel details tourism in Russia and available in many languages from English to Japanese.

Russian tourism is divided into regions, and each region has its attractions worth visiting for an unforgettable experience. Russian beaches include Baltic shore, back sea show and Russian far east that provide excellent opportunities for beach leisure. Best beaches include Kaliningrad, Sochi, and the Krasnodar Krai. For active leisure, Russian offers excellent opportunities such as skiing, in areas such as Abzakovo Ski Resort in Bashkortostan, Krasnaya Polyana in the Krasnodar Krai, plus Sheregesh Ski Resort in the South of Western Siberia called Kemerovo Oblast. Gastronomy Tourism undoubtedly represents everywhere in the country and includes ethnic diversity that comes with unique traditional cuisine such as Tatarstan, Buryatia, Ingushetia, Chuvashia, Mordovia, Bashkortostan, Mari El, Chechnya, Dagestan, Adygea and more! It is incredible to visit Russia without trying the national cuisine.

Despite Russian being one of the largest countries in the world and long distances across the tourist destination Russian has well-developed transport links. They include air transport, Take a look at the Russian Airports Map. Russian rail is the best in the world with the sizeable trans-Siberian rail network that offers the tourist a comfortable compartment during the trip across the country. It is challenging to tour Russian using buses or using a taxi. Bus routes can only be used across local sightseeing routes such as the Golden Ring of Russia or the Great Volga. The country has excellent taxi services booked either privately or with a tour operator.

Russian has several accommodation options ranging from hostels to luxurious five-star hotels, and come different classes depending on the tourist budget requirements. Colossal world hotel brands such as  Hilton, Novotel, Sheraton, Hyatt, Park Inn, among others are available in all cities across Russia.

Russia is the largest country in the world, consisting 1/7th of the world’s landmass. Tour in Russia dates back more than 1,150 years, ranging from Viking military leadership. Russia is one of the most policed countries in the world, making it a safe tourist destination.

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Iuliia Tore



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