“This is the visiting card of the city and a connecting element between tourists and tourism entities, a place where every resident and guest of the city can get information about local tourism products, attractions, historical values of the territory, as well as about upcoming events and sightseeing routes available for visiting”, said the city head Dmitry Karasev.
The center will include an information platform and a unified system for all tourism products sale in the territory. The building will house a cafe, a conference hall, an area for exhibitions, expositions and other events.
The visitor center will be a breakthrough in the development of Arctic tourism and will open up new service opportunities for city residents and guests.
Text: Anzhelika Stepanova, Photo: Nikolay Shchipko