Analysts have figured out where you can book budget housing until mid-autumn. This is evidenced by research data (available to RT) of the online travel planning service OneTwoTrip.
The most inexpensive hotels in the velvet season can be found in the Egyptian Sharm El Sheikh (from 900 rubles per day) and Hurghada (from 1250 rubles).
In Turkey – in Istanbul (from 1380 rubles), Alania (from 1650 rubles), Side (1900 rubles) and Antalya (2250 rubles).
At Russian resorts – in Sochi (from 1,770 rubles) and Anapa (1950 rubles).
You can stay in Dubai by paying from 2300 rubles, slightly more expensive in Simferopol – at least 2350 rubles, as well as in Kemer – from 2400 rubles.
In the Abkhazian resort town of Gagra, prices for rooms in three-star hotels start at 2500 rubles, in Gelendzhik – from 2600 rubles, and in Bodrum – from 2850 rubles.
In Kaliningrad, tourists are ready to offer options for at least 3000 rubles, in Vladivostok – from 3200 rubles, in Kislovodsk – from 3300 rubles.
In Turkish Belek, there are inexpensive rooms starting at 3360 rubles. The top 20 destinations with the most favorable housing prices in the velvet season are closed by Yalta (from 4000 rubles) and Alushta (from 4050 rubles).
Earlier, Honorary President of the Russian Union of Travel Industry Sergei Shpilko summed up the results of the summer season.
Source: RT на русском by russian.rt.com.
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