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The Number of Foreign Tourists Coming to Russia has Grown after the World Cup 2018.
29.11.2018 11:46
The Number of Foreign Tourists Coming to Russia has Grown  after the World Cup 2018.

The number of foreign tourists coming to Russia through tourism companies has grown by 18–20% after the World Cup 2018.

      An additional incentive for the growth of foreign tourist flow may be the simplification of the visa regime for entry to Russia.

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      The World Cup football games have been held from June 14 to July 15 in 11 cities of Russia. After the end of the Championship, the President Vladimir Putin extended the multiple visa-free entry for foreigners to Russia by fans’ passports until the end of 2018. According to the data of the Federal State Statistics Service, the number of foreigners’ trips made up 24.49 million, which is 0.7% less than one year earlier.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: FIFA Russia 2018     

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