Moscow City Tourism Committee in collaboration with AVIAREPS India completed its first digital roadshow in India over the span of four days. The virtual event was curated to reflect the “City of Moscow” as an attractive travel destination to the vibrant Indian outbound travel fraternity spread across 15 major cities PAN India. 25 inbound tour operators and hotels from Moscow participated in the event with a presentation made by Moscow City Tourism Committee.
1200 B2B meetings took place during the event
The presentation discussed the tourism landscape in Moscow post-pandemic era and also offered deep insights on multiple subjects. Nearly 12000 B2B meetings took place during the event for all 600 participants representing the Indian outbound tour operators and agents, OTAs, MICE companies, and media partners.
Spotlighting the simplified E-Visa procedures for a visit to Moscow, Ksenya Boykova, Head of International Affairs & MICE, Moscow Project Office for Tourism and Hospitality Development said, “From January 2021 tourists from 52 countries including India will be able to apply for e-visas, opening Russia to millions of tourists from across the globe. It will be very easy to visit Moscow or any other city in Russia now as all applications will be processed online without the need to visit a consulate in person or fill out any paperwork. We hope that the introduction of e-visa will lead to an increase in the tourist flow from India to Moscow.”