Residents of Crimea are not very happy to see Russian tourists: RT propagandists show statistics
Russians are "forced" to give up foreign luxury and look for tourist destinations within their own country. So the Krasnodar, Kamchatka, and Stavropol Territories, the Republic of Dagestan, Altai, the Kaliningrad Region, and the annexed Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea have become new resorts. Yes, the choice is large and rich, but Russians should not turn their noses up.
However, even the locals suffer from the impudence of Russian tourists. The propaganda media RT published the results of a survey conducted by analysts, which revealed how local "luxury" resorts treat vacationers.
Thus, Kamchatka, Dagestan and Stavropol Territory were named the most hospitable tourist regions. Compatriot tourists are allegedly welcomed by 74%, 60% and 53% of local residents, respectively. Crimea lags behind in this rating.
According to the data, fatigue from vacationers this year is more common among the population of the Krasnodar Territory. "The most irritating factors (not only on the Black Sea coast, but also in other tourist regions under consideration), according to local residents, are non-compliance with the norms of communication and appearance by visitors, disrespect for local and service personnel, and untidiness," the experts explained.
In addition, according to the survey, 33 to 39% of residents of Russian regions with protected areas believe that it is time to protect nature from tourists.
According to analysts, the idea of closing the territories of Russian nature reserves is more often approved by residents of Altai (39%), in Crimea 38% of residents are concerned about the ecology of protected areas, and in Kaliningrad Oblast 37% of respondents like the idea of fencing off reserves from the invasion of tourists.
A total of 300 representatives of the economically active population of Krasnodar, Kamchatka and Stavropol Territories, the Republics of Dagestan, Altai, Kaliningrad Oblast and the annexed Crimea took part in the survey.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about how Russians are fleeing Sevastopol en masse after missile attacks: no more than 10% of tourists stayed in hotels.