IRIAS experts took part in the Russian Tourism Forum “Travel!”

Russian Tourism Forum “Travel!” is a new generation event dedicated to the modern tourism industry in all its diversity.

On August 7, 2022, the 2nd Russian Tourism Forum “Travel!” ended at VDNKh. Over 4 days, more than 100 events dedicated to the development of tourism in Russia took place: business sessions with the participation of government officials and the tourism business, presentation of national tourist routes, an industry exhibition introducing guests to the potential of the regions, as well as master classes, tastings, cultural events.

The forum was organized by the Roscongress Foundation. Co-organizers – Federal Agency for Tourism and VDNKh.

The forum was attended by over 50,000 people. Participation in the business program of the Travel! hosted over 200 speakers. On the forum “Travel!” 20 Russian regions were represented on a large scale. On the site of culinary master classes “Gastronomic Map of Russia” 11 events were held with the participation of leading chefs from all over the country. On one hospitable platform, the unlimited possibilities of Russian regions are presented, from well-known travel routes to unusual formats that are gaining popularity: glamping, caravanning, gastronomic tours and eco-tourism, educational and medical tourism, and much more.

Under the leadership of the Deputy General Director of MRIAS V.N. Saraev and General Director of RK Complex Systems of Roscongress I.Yu. Fedorov for the Russian Tourism Forum “Travel!” the report “Investment attractiveness of territories and development of tourist infrastructure for autotourism” was prepared. V.Yu. Sharov, President of the Association of Domestic and Inbound Tourism of Russia, member of the Working Group for the Development of Automobile Tourism of the Federal Tourism Agency. The report was accompanied by a video presentation (see

The report and video presentation caused a wide resonance among the Forum participants – the discussion with the speaker lasted more than 2 hours after the end of the event.