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Hotel employee
"Yalta and Sevastopol in Crimea have become the most popular cities for traveling this spring. 22% of tourists plan to see the spring in Yalta, 20% − in Sevastopol. Sochi (11%) and St. Petersburg (10%) were also included in the rating of "spring" cities," the service analysts reported.

Sheregesh, Pyatigorsk, Kazan, Lahdenpohja, Moscow, Dombay also made up the top ten popular cities in Russia to go to in the spring of 2021.  

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People on the embankment in Yalta
Tourists book a spring vacation for a period of 2 to 7 nights and plan to spend on housing from 1.5 to 8.9 thousand rubles ($ 20-120) per day. The Russians plan to spend the longest vacation in Yalta − 7 days, and in Sevastopol − 4 days.

According to statistics, most travelers book hotels for spring trips − exactly half of them. Accommodation in houses is preferred by 9% of Russians.

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View of Yalta