Russia Hopes to See 15 Percent Uptick after 2018 World Cup

The World Cup 2018 will boost Russia’s foreign tourism by 15 percent as fans head home and spread the word that they had a great time, said Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets.

Russian Tourism Flexes Muscles as World Cup Nears the End

With less than a week to go before the FIFA World Cup Final, Russia has played host to an estimated one million fans attending matches in eleven cities across the country.

2018 Russia World Cup: Growing Number of Flights

When a country team qualifies at the FIFA World Cup, football fans begin searching for inexpensive air service to go to Russia for the closing excitement of the games.

Russian Cities, Airports Get the Most of FIFA World Cup

The greatest show on earth offers Russian cities and airports a rare opportunity to promote themselves to the outside world.

Some World Cup Countries Reap Tourism Bonanza

Mexico, Croatia and Iceland all experienced more searches online as travel destinations amid the hottest 2018 FIFA World Cup, according to Lvmama, a travel agency based in Shanghai, China.

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A RevPAR increase in that range would be less than the growth realized in Rio de Janeiro (2014) and Johannesburg (2010), key markets for the previous two FIFA World Cup host countries.

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The World Cup 2018 will boost Russia’s foreign tourism by 15 percent as fans head home and spread the word that they had a great time, said Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets.

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Spending by international visitors to Russia is expected to grow by seven percent this year, according to research by the World Travel & Tourism Council.

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When a country team qualifies at the FIFA World Cup, football fans begin searching for inexpensive air service to go to Russia for the closing excitement of the games.

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