Fifa World Cup, Carnival, Olympic Games – these are just a few occasions that cause a rise in tourism. Whether they are seasonal or it is a one time opportunity for the city, the important thing is to know how to handle the people coming and how to benefit from the whole event.
Earlier this month you could read the first part of the article about the host country of this year’s FIFA World Cup Series – Russia. Today, we are giving you the second part, where you can have a glimpse at the other cities of the 2018 World Cup
Hoteliers know, that their revenue doesn’t grow the same way all throughout the year. Often, it depends on the climate. Sometimes, however, it is a man, not weather conditions, that affects the number of tourists visiting a given country. Sporting events, because they will be the subject of this article, can drastically change the number of foreign visitors, as well as the entire economy of the country. But are they truly worth it?
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will take place this year in Russia, between June 14th and July 15th. It is a huge event for anybody even slightly interested in football. But today, we will take a different approach and instead of focusing on the sport, we will talk about the country that’s hosting the event this year. However, since Russia proposed 13 cities for the World Cup, we will divide this article into two sections, to give all of them enough credit. Let’s start our tour!