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The Republic of Buryatia has presented the conception of tourism development in the region


Дата: 13.09.2010 
The presentation has taken place within the frames of the VI Baikal economic forum.
According to the developed project, 22 hotels of different levels of service will appear in the republic till 2020, the total number of rooms in them will amount to 2000. It is already known that the first five hotels have to appear in the period from 2011- till 2013, - the Press office of the Baikal Economic Forum informs.
As the head of the Republican Agency on Tourism Ludmila Maksanova has observed, the strategic project for the region remains a special economic zone of tourist-recreational type "the Baikal harbor". It is planed to announce a competition on working out the concept of creation and development of the Organization of Economic Collaboration Tourism-Recreational Territory in the area Goryachinsk in October. According to preliminary estimations, the cost of the contract will amount to 4.5 million rubles. Building of a SPA- center, hotels of a category three- five stars, restaurants, cafes and other facilities is planed on the object.
Ludmila Maksanova presented also several projects in the sphere of tourism, which are supposed to be realized. Among them - a multifunctional ecoresort in the north of Lake Baikal, a SPA-resort "Tunkinskaia dolina, an ethnocomplex "Stepnoi Kochevnik", a recreational complex "Park Hotel "Verhnyaya Berezovka"" in Ulan-Ude. 


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