According to the Pskov Information Agency, Pskov Region is striving to become an attractive tourist destination. In November, a new hotel will open in the village of Kunya, situated at kilometer 438 on the Moscow-Baltic highway. The hotel will be part of large tourist complex, to include bars, restaurants, a car park, various shops and more.
Meanwhile, the Pskov Center for Development of Tourism (PCDT) is publishing all sorts of maps and travel itinerary descriptions. The Pskov Regional Tourist Resource Catalogue will include detailed information on hotels, sanatoria, camping and other accommodations, and is aimed at both Russian and foreign tourist agencies. Meanwhile, in September, Pskov for Gourmets was released. It describes Pskov’s cafes, bars and restaurants. “We expect the book to be quite popular,” said PCDT representatives. “Our guests are very interested in national cuisine.”
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