Source: Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation
Plans for the development of urban spaces were discussed in Pereslavl-Zalessky as part of the formation of the tourist code of the city. Already in the near future there will be big changes here, said acting. Director of the Department of Tourism of the Yaroslavl Region Maxim Tsvetkov.
“I am sure that the use of federal support tools, coupled with the potential of local specialists and public interest, will make Pereslavl-Zalessky even more attractive and comfortable for both local residents and guests,” said Tsvetkov at a meeting of the public council under the department, which was held in Pereslavl -Zalessky.
His words are given in a message on the website of the department.
The meeting also discussed plans for the creation of museum and public spaces on the former premises of the LIT plant, transferred to the Pereslavl Museum-Reserve. This area is designed to become a powerful point of attraction for Pereslavl residents and tourists.
"It is planned to place the museum's funds on 16,000 square meters, create a creative space related to art and education, and ensure the operation of cafes, restaurants and retail outlets," the department said in a statement.
The competition of ideas “Pereslavl Museum-Reserve: Building Together in a New Place” has already been held, which presented two dozen projects from professional and student teams from Yaroslavl, Moscow and St. Petersburg to create residences for artists, craft workshops, venues for festivals. Based on the results, it is planned to develop general proposals and directions for the development of the industrial site.
Yegor Zbaransky, co-founder of the Yarus architectural bureau, presented the architectural and urban planning concept for the development of the tourist center of Pereslavl-Zalessky.
The project "Pereslavl-Zalessky: from a wooden city to a digital one", which received federal support as part of the national project "Tourism and Hospitality Industry", provides for a number of measures. This is the arrangement of stairs and observation platforms on the famous ramparts, and the repair of pedestrian bridges across the Trubezh River, and the improvement of park areas in the city center. It is also planned to install sanitary modules and container platforms, make architectural illumination of building facades, place pergolas to demonstrate tourist maps and routes, informational address signs and navigation objects, including for the visually impaired, the report says.
According to Andrei Danilov, chairman of the public council at the regional tourism department, Pereslavl-Zalessky is in dire need of the development of the urban environment.
“Today we see here only separate objects of tourist display. I really hope that the implementation of measures within the framework of the formation of the tourist code of the city will make it possible to link them into a single whole so that tourists can walk from object to object. It is also necessary to work with objects by attracting experts to ensure a decent quality of services and the objects themselves, including private museums, of which there are a huge number in Pereslavl today, ”his words are quoted in the message.
As a result of the meeting, the participants suggested organizing spring clean-up days and bringing the city space into a decent condition.
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