Cheap and with "bavovna": sanatoriums in Kursk, Bryansk and Belgorod regions lure Russians for extreme vacations
Russian sanatoriums in the frontline regions cannot boast of a successful season this year. In order to somehow lure Russians who are afraid of being targeted by drones, health centers in Russia are giving away vouchers for nothing.
Sanatoriums in Kursk, Bryansk, and Belgorod regions are ready to work for a pittance, as long as someone comes to them. The research data was shared by a Russian booking portal (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The most affordable extreme vacation in sanatoriums is offered this fall in the Kursk region bordering Ukraine - the average cost for two people is 11,240 rubles (116,48 $).
A little more expensive in Bryansk - 11,600 rubles - and Belgorod - 11,770 rubles. This is almost twice as cheap as the price offered to Muscovites in the capital, which, by the way, is also sometimes reached by UAVs.
Particularly brave Russian citizens can risk their peace of mind and enjoy a vacation under the Weekend Tours program. However, judging by such low price tags, Russians do not believe in the thesis that everything is going according to plan, so they try not to travel close to Ukraine. There are explosions, drones, and other unpleasant surprises waiting for them.
It should be added that 11 thousand rubles for a vacation in a health center with food, accommodation and medical procedures is cheap, so sanatoriums will earn almost nothing this year, even if a few brave souls decide to visit them.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that Russian "patriots" of military age who fled to Estonia and Latvia to support Russia organized a ridiculous flash mob with car stickers. Read more about how local law enforcement responded here.