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21 October, Sunday

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Bashkiria is preparing to host tourism industry and media representatives from China


UFA, 19 October 2017. /Bashinform News Agency, Alfiya Agliullina/.

From October 23 to 28, an information tour for tour operators and Chinese media will take place in Bashkiria. According to the official portal of the Travel Association "World without Borders", the tour is organized by the Republican State Committee for Entrepreneurship and Tourism. Among the participants of the delegation are representatives of such major Chinese travel companies as the Beijing international travel agency Legend, Wanda Tourism Corporation and Shanghai Easy Tours International Travel Service.

A visit to the springs "Krasny Klyuch" and "Tyuba", the tourist camp "Bashkir Village" is planned. The information tour includes a detailed acquaintance with the Yumaguzinskoe Reservoir and Bashkiria National Park.

It is reported that the Chinese delegation will visit the Salavat Yulaev Monument, the Congress Hall, the First Cathedral Mosque and the Lyalya-Tulip Mosque in the capital of Bashkortostan. Also guests will visit theaters, "Vatan" Ethnopark, the National Museum of the republic. In the year of the anniversary of the October Revolution, the participants of the tour will have an excursion to the Lenin’s Memorial House.

According to the portal, the tour participants will visit a China friendly hotel room at the "President Hotel" in Ufa, where the President Xi Jinping lived during his visit to the BRICS and SCO Summits in 2015.

At the Akbuzat racetrack, guests will see the Bashkir breed of horses. And in specialized stores they will taste and will be able to buy a real gastronomic symbol of Bashkiria — natural honey.

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