Tourist season kicked off in Crimea

Tourist season kicked off in Crimea


Today Crimea has opened its holiday season, the compulsory 14-day quarantine in the observatory for visitors from other regions of Russia has been canceled.

“Today the situation is stable, so it was decided that from June 15 and on there is a significant weakening of restrictive measures, in fact we will open 95% of enterprises of all types of activities,” the head of the RK Sergey Aksenov said on his page of the social network “VKontakte”.

Since June 15, museums, ice rinks, outdoor pools, boxing halls, golf courses, cafes and restaurants have resumed work. In addition, classes in gyms, rides open air are allowed, picnic areas, solariums are open, too.

Starting from July 1, tourists from other regions of the country will be accepted on the peninsula. Local bathing areas will be ready by this time. According to the Ministry of Resorts and Tourism of the Republic Vadim Volchenko, "Crimea is entering the hottest period." He called on the Russians to safely book their holidays in sanatoriums, hotels and pensions of the peninsula.

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