All Russia’s regions joined the Russpass travel service

March 26
Tourism and travels

All regions of Russia signed Cooperation Agreements with the digital travel service Russpass. The number of offers for travelers in the above Agreement exceeded 1.5 thousand, said Natalia Sergunina, Deputy Mayor of Moscow.

"We are pleased to announce that all regions of Russia joined Ruspass. Most of them, almost 70, prepared and presented their special tourist programs. The service is constantly being improved, and the geography of offers for users is expanding. Their number today exceeds 1.5 thousand. These are, for example, various thematic excursions, ready-made tours and routes for independent travel, " Natalia Sergunina said.

Ruspass has ideas for traveling across Central Russia, the Urals, Siberia, the Far East and the country’s south. The offers are intended for both short and long trips — so you can choose the most comfortable pace of rest. The duration of travel varies from a few hours to a week or more. For example, a tour around the Kaliningrad Region will take eight days, and a tour to Ivanovo lasts one day.

For those who like to travel by car, there is a ‘Road Trips’ section containing routes around regions with departure from Moscow. It offers more than 90 travel options of one to six days long. For example, one can take a six days family trip to visit Sergiev Posad and Pereslavl-Zalessky on the way.

The Ruspass service is intended for a wide audience: both young people and families with children will find the best option. The holiday program depends on the traveler’s interests: some prefer to get acquainted with the main landmarks, architecture and history, others — with the nature of the selected region.

Tourists can combine choosing a complex route using several means of transport with purchasing tickets for excursions, museums and theaters, and searching for cafes and restaurants suitable for the price category and menu.

Integration with Ruspass contributes to the mutual promotion of tourist products of the regions, said Maria Badmatsyrenova, Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Buryatia.

"The Republic of Buryatia is actively cooperating with Moscow on the implementation of tourism projects, and signing of the Agreement is the next stage in expanding and strengthening business contacts between our regions. Measures to implement this agreement will include development of children's tourism, staffing and promotion of tourist products of the Republic of Buryatia and Moscow, " she said.

Tourism Digitalization

Ruspass is an online travel assistant that simplifies all organizational issues. One site helps you plan your own trip route, buy transport tickets, visit cultural venues, and much more.

Such tools are becoming more and more popular — people are willing to choose tours, tickets, hotels and excursions online. That is why Moscow, along with other regions, is developing the Russpass service. It will make travelling across Russia more attractive for tourists and increase competitiveness when restrictions on international travel are lifted.

About the Ruspass Service

The digital travel service Russpass was created on the initiative of the Moscow Government and has been operating since the summer of 2020. More than 700 thousand users have turned to its services. Today Russpass has over 380 partners, including about 100 tour operators in Moscow and other cities.

Recently three new functions have become available on the site: creating combined routes using several means of transport at once, an interactive map of Russia with landmarks, museums, theaters, and authorization through social networks and popular online services.

The implementation of the project is supervised by the Committee for tourism jointly with the Moscow’s Department of Information Technologies.

Source: mos.ru

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