Thus, the top 10 was headed by the resort capital of Crimea − Yalta:  there tourists plan to spend about 9 nights and spend approximately 4,358 rubles (about $ 48) per day on accommodation.

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"Silver" went to the pearl of the west coast − Eupatoria, where the average cost of a night in hotels is 3,557 rubles (about $ 40), and the average duration of a trip is 11 nights. And the "bronze" was taken by the birthplace of the great artist Aivazovsky − Theodosia:  according to analysts, travelers book 10 nights in the "God Given" city, each of which costs about 3,249 rubles (about $ 36).

The rating includes also Alushta (3,633 rubles or about $ 40 / 10 nights), Sevastopol (3,634 rubles or about $ 40 / 8 nights), Sudak (3,271 rubles or about $ 36/ 9 nights), Alupka (3,395 rubles or about $ 38 / 10 nights), Saki (3,183 rubles or about $ 35 / 11 nights), as well as the villages of Nikolayevka (2,816 rubles or about $ 31 / 12 nights) and Chernomorskoyeh (2,835 rubles or about $ 31.5 / 9 nights).

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At the same time, according to statistics, in 2022 tourists spend on average 37.5 thousand rubles (about $ 417) for a one-week vacation in Crimea for a family of three.

"Crimea is still a family resort: 43% of Russians this year come to the Crimean resorts with their families. Another 26% travel the peninsula in couples, and 15% of bookings are for women with children," analysts said.

They added that hotels and guest houses are in the highest demand in the region − 65%. 

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