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Balkan countries which can receive tourists from Russia without PCR test
The rules of entry to the countries of the Balkan Peninsula for Russian tourists, who have been vaccinated against coronavirus with the domestic drug "Sputnik V", have been published. Most of the states located in this region of Europe have established loyal conditions for Russian travelers.
Intourist opened sales of tours to Serbia
Tour operator Intourist has opened sales of tours to Serbia. The cost of package tours with regular flights is quite affordable.
Flight program to Serbia is expended
Nordwind began flying from Moscow (Sheremetyevo) to Belgrade on January 24, together with Aeroflot and Serbian carrier Air Serbia.
The demand for ski tours to Serbia is growing
Fans of European ski holidays in the conditions of inaccessibility of traditional leaders of the demand in this segment drew attention to ski Serbia. In the upcoming winter season, the destination has good chances for success, which is confirmed by good sales dynamics.
Air Serbia will start flying from Moscow to Belgrade
the national Serbian air carrier Air Serbia will resume direct flights on Belgrade - Moscow route from November 9.
Tours to Serbia are sold at attractive prices
Tour operators have started selling tours to Serbia, where Russia has resumed flights from October 17. The range of products includes excursion, medical and gastronomic tours. High demand is not expected, experts say, but it may be stable.
Aeroflot to resume flights to Belgrade and Tokyo
Aeroflot Airlines plans to resume regular flights to Belgrade and Tokyo.
The 42nd Tourism Fair Has Finished
The 42nd Belgrade International Tourism Fair is completed in a fantastic atmosphere in the manner of the most successful and largest tourist event in the region.
Russian regions to showcase tourism potential at Belgrade Fair
The tourist potential of Russian regions will be presented 42nd International Belgrade Tourism Fair, scheduled for February 20-23.
Great Tourism Event in February at Belgrade Fair
Under the slogan „One step ahead“, the 42nd International Belgrade Tourism Fair will be held on February 20 – 23, 2020 at Belgrade Fair. The biggest and most important tourism event in Serbia and Southeast Europe, promotes successfully every February the latest trends and events in the international tourism industry, new conceptions and opportunities for travels and opens new perspectives in the tourism business development. The most important travel agencies, associations and organizations, hotels, tourism resorts, airlines and international tour operators will feature in Belgrade Fair halls and offer the visitors the travel packages for the forthcoming tourism season. Partner Country of this year’s Tourism Fair is Egypt.
Russian tour operators push forward Serbia
Serbia is becoming increasingly popular among Russian tourists. From the number of federal tour operators new players are entering in the destination.
The most popular European cities for travelers for Christmas dates
In 2019 European routes account for about 8% of all tickets sold by Tutu.ru in December. The number of travelers, who decided to go to Europe for the holidays at the beginning of December, fell by 4%.
There is an increase in demand for package tours to Serbia in Russia
Last year was marked by the fall of the Russian tourist flow to Serbia. The beginning of 2019 is marked by a growing interest to this country from the part of customers of tour operators. According to official Serbian statistics, in 2018 the number of tourist arrivals in the country increased by 14.2% in annual terms - up to 1.710 million.
Air Serbia will open regular flights from Belgrade to Krasnodar in June
“Air Serbia airline in June 2019 plans to start flights from Belgrade to Krasnodar,” the company said. “The airline will start flights on June 3. It is planned that this flight will be regular, so it will be operated all year round. Currently, in the Russian Federation our airline performs flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg," said the representative of the airline.
Russia is holding its positions on the Serbian market
Russia, despite the times of crisis, has held the positions on the Serbian market. In January-July 2016, 24 408 Russian tourists visited Serbia – about as much as in the same period a year ago. At the same time Russia is the absolute leader among all the countries in the duration of stay in Serbia.