Petersburg - in the top ten regions where tourists go to rest on the sea

16 June 2020

These statistics are provided by the Russian vacation rental service Tvil.ru.

According to a survey, tourists from Moscow book reservations in the Crimea and the Krasnodar Territory 1.5 times more this summer than in 2019. So, 27.9 residents of the Moscow region plan to relax at sea in the Crimea and 22.9% in the Krasnodar Territory.

For comparison: 9.39% of residents of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region book a vacation in the Crimea and 7.16% in the Krasnodar Territory. 2.83% will go to the south from the Sverdlovsk Region to the Crimea and 3.53% to the Krasnodar Territory. From the Nizhny Novgorod region - to the Crimea 2.44%, to the Kuban 2.42%. From the Rostov region - to the Crimean resorts 2%, to the Kuban - 2.79%.

The list is compiled on the basis of reservations for tourists from 1 June to 31 August 2020.

Ten regions from where the most go to rest in the summer:

- Moscow and Moscow region, 27.90% / 22.90% *
- St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region, 9.39% / 7.16%
- Republic of Crimea, 10.08%
- Krasnodar Territory, 4.79% / 11.08%
- Sverdlovsk region, 2.83% / 3.53%
- Nizhny Novgorod region, 2.44% / 2.42%
- Rostov region, 2.05% / 2.79%
- Samara region, 1.98% / 2.39%
- Voronezh region, 1.73% / 1.59%
- Chelyabinsk region, 1.59% / 2.07%


* Percentage of tourists coming from Russian regions to the Crimea / Percentage of tourists coming from Russian regions to the Krasnodar Territory.