17 May 2011, Tuesday, 15:22
author: Eugene Rakhimkulov
Development of tourism in Bashkortostan will be successful only in close interaction with other regions – this is the opinion of the Professor of the Moscow Architectural Institute, a member of the Russian Public Chamber Vyacheslaw Glazychev. In his opinion the efforts to draw the concept for development of tourism in Ural zone only within the limits of Bashkortostan means to crash the whole idea. It is clear because any serious tourist operator works with the route and, as a rule, profitable and interesting routes rarely run through the territory of just one region. Such route can start in Middle Ural, run through the beauties of South Ural in Bashkiria and end somewhere near the late Stone Age furnaces in Orenburg region.
M-r Glazychev determined Ural as the area of five zones – northern and southern pre-Ural, Ural itself and northern and southern trans-Ural. The regions, located on this territory, should work in this direction together and only in this case the project can be promising – the matter is not only tourism, but agriculture and many other branches of economics, but for that one has to “change his brains” as well as the interregional politics.