Russians consider St. Petersburg more attractive for tourism than Moscow

Most people associate St. Petersburg with educational tourism

Russians consider St. Petersburg more attractive for tourism than Moscow

Russians consider St. Petersburg more attractive for tourism than Moscow

Russians rated the attractiveness of St. Petersburg for tourism higher than Moscow. This is reported as a result of an IFORS RESEARCH survey conducted in May among 1.2 thousand Russians over 18 years old from all federal districts of the country.

“Evaluation of the attractiveness of each of the two capitals is above average – 7.4 points for Moscow and 8.4 points for St. Petersburg (on a scale of 1 to 10, where 1 is the least attractive and 10 is the most attractive region). In the coming year, every second resident of Russia plans to visit Moscow 50%, for St. Petersburg this figure is slightly higher – 55%”, – quotes the study TASS

Most Russians (91%) associate St. Petersburg with educational tourism, in particular, visiting museums and historical sites. For comparison, in Moscow, only 81% of Russians have a similar association.

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