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After powerful explosions, Russians are afraid to go to Crimea: vouchers are given away for almost nothing, but the beaches are half empty

Russians are afraid to go on vacation to Crimea, so vouchers are given away for nothing

After the news of almost daily explosions in Russian-occupied Crimea, propagandists began to lure their tourists, who are afraid of becoming the target of another missile, with sweet discounts. In some places, prices have dropped by up to 50%, and for some people, the vacation can even be free.

The propaganda media write about the creation of a "special project" that is supposed to attract the attention of Russians to relax on the no longer golden shores of the Crimean peninsula. Previously, the beach season was opened in April, but now few people want to swim in the sea.

The existing discounts are supposed to last until the end of May, but it is not known whether people will continue to come to the tourist cities for vacation after the constant loud explosions. According to Russian media, hotels and resorts have reduced their prices by 20%, and resorts on the western coast, which is washed by the Black Sea, have reduced their prices by up to 50%.

In particular, they are "luring" tourists with a special program under which pensioners will have a special vacation rate, children will be able to stay for free, and all visitors will be able to take their holidays off and spend their vacations "actively." Interestingly, the occupiers are so desperate that they are ready to significantly reduce the prices of spa treatments and animators.

Tourism is the largest source of income for Crimean residents both before and after the occupation. That is why Russians are trying their best to replenish city budgets. In particular, Russian media report that last year, vacation packages went up by 38%, which may be due to the small number of tourists.

Based on the videos circulating online about the state of Crimean beaches, they are not in the best condition today. Some of them have long been "resting" instead of Russians, while others have rusted drones. It is worth noting that regular explosions in Crimea have a detrimental effect on wildlife. Quite often, you can find photos of dolphins that have been washed up on the shores.

After powerful explosions, Russians are afraid to go to Crimea: vouchers are given away for almost nothing, but the beaches are half empty

"These marine animals are dying from constant shooting at the entrance to Sevastopol Bay, as well as due to the use of high-frequency radar equipment by the Russian military, which 'deafens' and 'blinds' dolphins," one of the similar news reports says.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that the well-known Turkish airline Turkish Airlines announced that it would remove Russian tourists from flights to Latin America. In total, six countries have imposed restrictions.

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