Evaluation of Tourism Development Situation in the Russian Federation in 2000-2015: The Case of Kaliningrad Region

Elena G. Kropinova


The tourist industry in different regions of the Russian Federation changed significantly in 2000-2015. All these changes are typical of the Kaliningrad region as one of its most profitable tourism directions, an inbound international one, started developing only in the middle of the 1990-s. This research is aimed at studying shifts in the region’s tourism industry in the frameworks of its major sectors: accommodation sector, intermediary services’ sector (tourist companies) and HoReCa sector. The research results reflecting the dynamics of these tourism components are presented in tables and diagrams. The region has not reached the Soviet-period level of health resort tourism yet; peak of foreign tourists number was in the end of 1990-s- beginning of 2000-s. The biggest number of Russian tourists was observed in 2014. Analyses of impacting factors is provided along with elaborated recommendations.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s7p165

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