Russia's Travel! Tourism Forum to Become Annual Event

Russia's Travel! Tourism Forum to Become Annual Event


The Russian Travel! tourism forum, first held in 2023, will become an annual event. A corresponding order was signed by Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin.

The forum is designed to unite the efforts of the state and business in the field of tourism, as well as to stimulate the growth of domestic and international tourist flow.

This year the forum will be held from June 12 to 16 and will become the central platform for demonstrating all types of tourism in Russia. More than 400 thousand people and 500 companies are expected to participate.

The main theme of the forum will be international tourism. Russia plans to increase the number of trips by foreign tourists by 2.5 million, and the export of tourist services by $1.5 billion by 2026.

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