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German tour operator wants to expand the route network in the Far Eastern Federal District
The German tour operator is developing new tourist routes in the Russian Arctic and the Far East. Among them are cruises along the northern rivers of the region and the Arctic Circle, tours to Sakhalin and Kamchatka. Some of them will be launched already in 2020.
According to the Far Eastern Agency for Investment Promotion and Export Development, Lernidze Erlebnisraisen GmbH is a leader among German companies that bring tourists to Russia from Germany and other EU countries. Among the new projects that the tour operator plans to implement is the organization of cruises in Lake Baikal, the Yenisei, Lena, Ob, and Irtysh.
Separately worked out routes to Sakhalin and Kamchatka. Of interest is the German company Arctic Train, which will pass for the second time next year from St. Petersburg through Murmansk to the Far North. The trip organizers plan to supplement the program with a visit to Arkhangelsk, overnight stays in the open air tundra.
In March of this year, ANO IPA entered into a cooperation agreement with Lernidze Erlebnisraisen GmbH. The parties intend to attract investors to the development of the luxury segment of railway, river and sea tourism in the Far East of Russia and in the Arctic.