International Tourism In The Soviet Union I n The Era Of Glasnost And Perestroyka

  title={International Tourism In The Soviet Union I n The Era Of Glasnost And Perestroyka},
  author={V. Arefyev and Z. Ted Mieczkowski},
  journal={Journal of Travel Research},
  pages={2 - 6}
Political changes since 1985 have created opportunities for foreign tourism in the Soviet Union because many previously closed areas are now open to tourists. Official government figures do reflect an increase in tourism, from less than 500,000 in 1956 to more than 6 million in 1988, although many tourists are from Soviet bloc countries or are private visitors — e.g., trasnport service crews. A tourism infrastructure which would attract visitors from hard-currency countries is not in place and… 
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