To the fight for the title, St. Petersburg surpassed Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Rome, Geneva, London, Moscow and Lisbon, the last yeas’ leader.
Aeroflot was also awarded the prize in several nominations: “The Best Aviation Brand of Europe”, “Best Business Class” and “Best Flights from Europe to Asia”, and Lotte Hotel in St. Petersburg received the award as the leading luxury hotel of Europe.
It is not for the first time that St. Petersburg becomes the WTA laureate and the leading European destination for travel. Previously, the status was assigned to the city in 2017. And in 2018, the city on the Neva became the leading cultural destination in Europe. St. Petersburg also won the title in 2016 and 2017.
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