Irina Turnitin. About 6, 9, thousands of foreign tourists from Germany, China, USA, Turkey, Ukraine, France, Italy, Japan and other countries visited Tatarstan from July 20 to August 18, when in the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan was held a world championship by water kinds of sports and the world championship by water kinds of sports in the category " masters ", informs the state Committee of the Republic for tourism.
the world championship by water kinds of sports - the largest international competition in aquatics held under the auspices of FINA, one of the most watched international sporting events. The world championship in the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan was held from 24 July to 9 August. The tournament was attended by About 3 thousand athletes.
"according to the Department of the FMS of Russia in Tatarstan in the period from July 20 to August 18, Kazan was visited by 6, 86 thousand foreign Residents. Most tourists on the competitions of the championship FINA-2015 came from Germany, Ukraine, Turkey, USA, China, France, Italy and other European countries. There were also travelers from Japan, Korea, Canada and Australia ", - is informed in the report.
According to the data of the state Committee for tourism, for the period of the world championship by water kinds of sports of Tatarstan was visited by 170 thousand tourists. The first of them, according to the booking of accommodation Kazan, began to arrive on July 18. Average download in hotels in the city from 18 July to 8 August (the world championship by water kinds of sports) was 95%, from 9 to 16 August (the world championship by water kinds of sports in the category "masters" ) - 70%.
The guests visited the main attractions and tourist centers of the Republic: the Kazan Kremlin, the ancient town of Bolgar and island-town Sviyazhsk, Elabuga and Kazan. The Kazan Kremlin last month called for 320 thousand tourists and excursionists, the ancient city of Bolgar - 61 thousand, the island town of Sviyazhsk - 22, 6 thousands, Elabuga - 165 thousand tourists.