Kislovodsk is the leader in Russia in booking cottages in the last months of the year

Kislovodsk is the leader in Russia in booking cottages in the last months of the year

Russian booking service has identified the most popular destinations in the country for booking cottages in November and December 2023. The list was headed by Kislovodsk. This was announced by the administration of the resort city on its website.

"This suggests that it is good in Kislovodsk at absolutely any time of the year! Here you can always enjoy exceptional warm weather and long walks in the largest park in Europe. In Kislovodsk, you can always visit free excursions along different routes, visit the well-known Kislovodsk museums, taste delicious dishes and become a guest of our vibrant city events," the words of the head of Kislovodsk Evgeny Moiseev are quoted in the message.

Sortavala, Suzdal, Sochi and Sheregesh also entered the top five of the rating.
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