On the occasion of Monaco Days in Moscow, fostering a bilateral relations between French Riviera (Monaco) and Russia, the series of articles exploring Russia are on our agenda again.
Last year, with thanks to my friend Sanya Shumar from Radio RCN 89.3 , I had the opportunity of an exclusive interview with the Moscow Minister of Tourism. Focussing the interview on the Russian Tourism Industry and the myriad of other businesses and individuals who help make it thrive.
Mr. Sergei Cheremin, the Moscow Minister of Tourism introduced me to the buoyant tourism sector of Russia and discussed the future for tourists to Moscow. He mentioned that the inflow of tourists from the French Riviera to Moscow and vice versa remains stable. These two completely different destinations have a complementary role on the international tourism market. Moscow has seen a dynamic development in property and with its rich cultural and historical heritage that has been maintained ensures tourism continues to expand.
With business and congress tourism facilities growing as well as the improving level of comfort, the city of Moscow will continue to attract visitors. The city can be discovered many ways and a large number of excursions arrive each year who enjoy walking, biking and cruising. With current exchange rates, traveling to Moscow is becoming even more interesting for foreign tourists.
Moscow – High-Tech City
Moscow is a next generation hi-tech city. A free Wi-Fi incentive enables internet access to over a million users of the city subway. Smartphone users can also take advantage of taxi or excursion booking and car sharing mobile apps.
Moscow also hosts numerous festivals, making this an exciting and modern city to visit again and again. These include the Light Festival, International Festival of The Reconstruction of the Middle Ages, as well as Russian Gastronomic Seasons.
Speaking with the representatives of some of the leading hospitality brands, I learnt interesting information regarding endless opportunities that Russia can offer to its visitors.
The detail discussion noted in interviews with Olga Tkacheva – Radisson Cruise, Inna Pehova – Petrovsky Putevoy Palace & Hotel Metropol Moscow and Elena Palchunova – Azimut Hotel Chain are available here (click on the boxes):
Fast Growing International Hotel Chain Made in RussiaEstablished in 2004, AZIMUT Hotels is now one of the largest Russian hotel chains and the only one operating outside of Russia. The company focuses on 3-4 star hotels, situated in central city areas- ideal for busy, smart and practical travelers.. Read more
Historic Luxury Accommodation in MoscowRussia and its capital have a very rich and long history reflected in its literature, architecture and arts that can also be discovered while staying in some of the finest historic hotels such as the Hotel Petrovskiy Putevoy Castle and Hotel Metropol Moscow.. Read more
On Board the Moscow Cruises: An Interview with Olga Tkacheva, Flotilla Radisson RoyalIf you are planning to visit Moscow, Radisson Royal cruise tour might be one of the best ways to explore outstanding panoramas of the main sights of the city, while fully enjoying a high-level comfort on board.. Read more
More Info: http://en.travel.mos.ru