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But what about "Crimea is ours?" Russian tourists have complained about rudeness and astronomical prices on the peninsula

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Russian tourists vacationed in Crimea and realized that they are being overcharged. Source: Collage

Russians, who until recently celebrated the annexation of Crimea, appear to be growing disillusioned. Many people are now complaining about the high prices, arrogant attitudes, poor mobile network quality, and attempts to overcharge them that they encountered while vacationing on the Ukrainian peninsula in the summer of 2023.

The stories of Russian tourists were published by the propaganda outlet Komsomolska Pravda. Supporters of Vladimir Putin's dictatorial regime sadly acknowledged that their expectations were not met. The propagandists visited the Simferopol railway station to hear these experiences firsthand.

But what about ''Crimea is ours?'' Russian tourists have complained about rudeness and astronomical prices on the peninsula

"Rudeness is everywhere, from your train station to taxi drivers. By the way, these people are constantly trying to cheat and overcharge", one man complained.

Another vacationer added that she would most likely not return to Crimea for a vacation. She was shocked by the high prices. According to the woman, even Turkey would be much cheaper.

"They said that hoteliers in Crimea have reduced prices by 30%. But this is only on paper because, in reality, vacationing in Crimea is more expensive than in Turkey. If I had a reasonable opportunity to vacation elsewhere now, I would gladly do it because it is costly in Crimea", explained the Russian woman.

But what about ''Crimea is ours?'' Russian tourists have complained about rudeness and astronomical prices on the peninsula

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, earlier a hotel in Turkey fined Russian tourists 200 euros for indecent behavior.

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