The Altai territory became one of five leading regions of Russia in the number of tourists in sanatoriums

The Altai territory became one of five leading regions of Russia in the number of tourists in sanatoriums

The Altai territory became one of five leading regions of Russia in the number of tourists in the sanatoria and health resorts along with the Krasnodar and Stavropol territories, the Moscow oblast and the Republic of Bashkortostan. There are 941 travel companies, more than 600 of them - collective means of placement and "the green houses". Tourist recreation is provided by 237 hotels, 44 sanatoriums, 157 camp sites and recreation organizations, 176 "the green houses". In general, the number of seats of one-time placement in collective tourist-recreational and sanatoria and health, as well as children's health resorts is 46.2 thousand seats, including the year-round - 18.8 thousand seats.

Sanatoria and health complex of the Altai Territory is presented by 44 organizations. 8 institutions are children's sanatoria and health organizations (5 children's sanatoriums, 1 sanatoria and health year-round camp and 1 sanatorium children’s home). The total number of seats of one-time placement is 8.9 thousand seats in sanatoria and health resorts of the Altai Territory. Investments in fixed capital in the industry amounted to 967.9 million rubles for 9 months of 2014. Last year 25 placement means were brought into operation in the territory of 4 cities and 10 districts of the Altai Territory - Barnaul, Belokurikha, Biysk, Yarovoye, Altayskoye, Bystroistoksky, Volchikhinsky, Zarinsk Kurinsky, Novichihinsky, Pankrushihinsky, Sovetskoye, Tyumentsevsky and Tselinny dastricts. During the first 9 months of 2014 "Biryuzovaya Katun" (the only functioning of the established Russian tourist and recreational zones) took about 300 thousand vacationers.

By Katun 24


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