Penza placed seventh in low-budget Russian travel cities rating
Penza, 26 January 2016. PenzaNews. Penza was placed seventh in the rating of Russian cities and resorts for low-budget travelers compiled by Travel.ru.
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The list was based on data of hotel rooms and apartments booked on dates between January 11 and December 31, and features the 100 most booked Russian cities and resorts.
According to it, a night of stay in a Penza hotel will cost a tourist 1,530 rubles.
The top 10 low-budget Russian travel cities also feature Pushkinskie Gory in the Pskov region, Shakhty, Maykop, Tula, Rostov, Smolensk, Stary Oskol, Vladikavkaz, and Barnaul, where it will cost from 850 to 1,600 rubles to find lodgings for a night.
The second-tier group of 10 cities features Yeysk, Volzhsky, Saratov, Mineralnye Vody, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Kislovodsk, Saransk, Yessentuki and Ostashkov, where a day of stay in a hotel varies from 1,640 to 1,950 rubles.
Moreover, the research says, Crimea will be offering the cheapest stays out of all national resorts this year. In particular, the top 10 low-budget beach resorts in Crimea are Popovka, Maly Mayak, Kerch, Zaozernoe, Yevpatoria, Privetnoe, Sevastopol, Alupka, Feodosia and Sudak, where travelers will be able to rent lodgings from 1,000 to 2,100 rubles per day.
At the same time, the cheapest stays in the Krasnodarsky Krai can be found in Yeysk (as low as 1,640 rubles per day), as well as in Olginka and Novomikhaylovskoe, where staying one day can cost about 2,000 rubles.
As for Stavropolye, the cheapest stays can be found in Mineralnye Vody and Kislovodsk where a night of stay for tourists will cost 1,800 and 1,900 rubles, respectively.
As for vacation in the near abroad and the former USSR, the cheapest lodgings can be found in Kishinev (800 rubles per day), as well as Tashkent, Yerevan, Minsk, Tbilisi and Batumi.