Russian regions are preparing for the opening of the tourist season

The tourist season after the recession of the pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19 will start with the opening of a sanatorium complex on June 1, but the regions of Russia are already preparing for the phased lifting of the measures, allowing to receive tourists.

The head of the Federal Agency for tourism of sarin doguzova previously noted, the preconditions for a rapid recovery of international tourism yet, so you need to give the Russians the ability to securely rest within the country. She also believes that because of restrictions on travel abroad the current year can become "a breakthrough in the development of domestic tourism".

In the words of Doguzova, "our operational problem with CPS to finalize the recommendations and the phasing out of all the actors in tourism from quarantine from 1 June". She added that this applies to hotels and other forms of accommodation, tourist and recreational areas, beaches, cruises and others.

She also stated that the Agency is preparing to launch a new diverse and affordable destinations for holidays in the summer of 2020 and said that we are talking about the launch of a new safe road and rail routes as well as Charter destinations.

The Minister explained that, in addition to the traditional South of Russia (Crimea, Krasnodar Krai, Stavropol), the Federal tourism Agency wants to offer tourists directions and routes to the Baltic, a number of areas along the Volga, in Siberia, in the far East. In addition, the Federal tourism Agency together with tour operators is considering the formation of tours on Russian North.

According to the Federal tourism Agency, Russia.Travel from the beginning of June will publish information about how and when in each region of the country you can move away.

Children's camps in the Kuban from June 1 will not open. The authorities of Krasnodar region has announced that it will appeal to colleagues from other regions with a request to change the periods of arrivals of organized groups of children to resorts. As for beaches, they will be available for residents and tourists after the lifting of all restrictions related to the coronavirus. Do not stop preparations for the reception and closed while the mountain resorts of Sochi. The Sochi mountain resort "Rosa Khutor" is planning to open booking for guests no later than 8 June.

Sevastopol will weaken from June 1, the restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus. The city opens parks, promenades, driving schools, sports clubs, the government allowed Maritime transportation and weddings. Since the beginning of summer are allowed to work summer playgrounds and terraces of cafes and restaurants. As stated by acting Governor of the region Michael Razvozhaev, 15 Jun possible the opening of the hotel - subject to an entry test COVID-19.

In the Crimea from June 1 will start to operate cafes, restaurants and canteens. From 1 June to begin preparations for the work of the sanatorium-resort complex, which is June 15 in accordance with the requirements of the CPS will be able to take on the rest until only Crimeans. In addition, the head of the region Sergey Aksenov reported about the agreement with the leadership of the international children's center "Artek" and the Federal authorities about the beginning of the first shift in the camp on 1 July.

Karelia already from may 30 resumes mining Park "Ruskeala". Mandatory two-week self-isolation is introduced in the Republic because of the coronavirus, will not apply to tourists coming from other regions in village on the route Sortavala – station Mountain Park "Ruskeala". This is due to the fact that the boundaries of the Park guests will not go.

As reported by RIA Novosti in the Ministry of tourism of the Stavropol territory, in the region on 1 June opened the sanatorium with the medical license. Campers must provide a negative test for COVID-19 received no later than two days before departure in sanatorium-resort institution and are not in contact with likely patients of at least 14 days prior to the departure date.

But the authorities of the Altai Republic extended until 22 June a ban on taking tourists on camp sites, rest houses and other collective accommodation establishments.