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4 Travelling from abroad decreased during the summer season 2009. Travelling from abroad decreased during the summer season 2009. In the summer of 2009 in Finland was 3.4 million foreign passengers, up two per cent lower than a year earlier. In the summer of 2009 in Finland was 3.4 million foreign passengers, up two per cent lower than a year earlier. Expenditure of foreign visitors to Finland remained almost unchanged. Expenditure of foreign visitors to Finland remained almost unchanged.

5 Most foreign tourists in Finland, which is more than 1.1 million, or 34 percent of all visitors came from Russia. Most foreign tourists in Finland, which is more than 1.1 million, or 34 percent of all visitors came from Russia. The next most popular tourists in Finland were tourists from Sweden, Estonia, Germany, Norway and the UK. The next most popular tourists in Finland were tourists from Sweden, Estonia, Germany, Norway and the UK. Of all these countries, only Estonia has grown rates last summer. Of all these countries, only Estonia has grown rates last summer.

6 On average, foreign tourists in Finland spent 4.5 nights and 15.3 million Euros. On average, foreign tourists in Finland spent 4.5 nights and 15.3 million Euros. Day visitors accounted for 39 percent of all foreigners. Day visitors accounted for 39 percent of all foreigners. Most nights were spent in Finland from Estonia stayed in, more than 2.8 million nights Most nights were spent in Finland from Estonia stayed in, more than 2.8 million nights

7 Overnight in Finland for foreign travelers the most common type of accommodation was a hotel (941 000 passengers), but most nights were a total of foreigners stayed with friends or relatives visiting (4.3 million nights). Overnight in Finland for foreign travelers the most common type of accommodation was a hotel (941 000 passengers), but most nights were a total of foreigners stayed with friends or relatives visiting (4.3 million nights). In Finland, Foreign visitors spent more money per visit on average 277 euros per day 50.5 euros. These averages were little changed from the previous summer. In Finland, Foreign visitors spent more money per visit on average 277 euros per day 50.5 euros. These averages were little changed from the previous summer. Most of the tourist income came to Finland last summer from tourists from Russia, nearly 280 million. Most of the tourist income came to Finland last summer from tourists from Russia, nearly 280 million.

8 Table 1: Foreign tourists in Finland in the summer periods 2006-2009. CountryYear 2006 Number of tourists in thousands 2007 Number of tourists in thousands 2008 Number of tourists in thousands 2009 Number of tourists in thousands Change per cent from 2008 to 2009 All visitors3 2093 3403 4913 411-2 Russia9091 0481 1801 159-2 Sweden4604544674680 Estonia34534633938614 Germany247236249225-10 Norway146149143130-9 U.K.127134128 0 Japan6267729127 Spain475080834 U.S.A.93867675-2

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13 Inbound tourism in Russia from 2008 to 2009 declined by only 8.5%, which in numerical terms was about 200 thousand (194,473) people. Inbound tourism in Russia from 2008 to 2009 declined by only 8.5%, which in numerical terms was about 200 thousand (194,473) people. Income from foreign tourism in Russia is now in the second ten European countries - 9.6 billion dollars in 2008. Income from foreign tourism in Russia is now in the second ten European countries - 9.6 billion dollars in 2008.

14 Cancellation of visa regime between Russia and Israel extremely beneficial impact on the tourism exchanges between the countries. Despite the crisis, the number of Russian tourists visited Israel, has increased by 36%. Accordingly, 42% increase in the number of tourists from Israel have visited our country. Cancellation of visa regime between Russia and Israel extremely beneficial impact on the tourism exchanges between the countries. Despite the crisis, the number of Russian tourists visited Israel, has increased by 36%. Accordingly, 42% increase in the number of tourists from Israel have visited our country.

15 For inbound tourism, as already noted, figures for 2009 have not changed as significantly as for outbound tourism, and our country, despite the crisis, remains attractive for foreign tourists. For inbound tourism, as already noted, figures for 2009 have not changed as significantly as for outbound tourism, and our country, despite the crisis, remains attractive for foreign tourists.

16 As before, Russia's most popular among citizens of Germany, USA, UK, Finland, China and Italy, and, where interested citizens of Great Britain and Finland to our country have increased, the Chinese and the Italians a little chilly to travel to Russia. As before, Russia's most popular among citizens of Germany, USA, UK, Finland, China and Italy, and, where interested citizens of Great Britain and Finland to our country have increased, the Chinese and the Italians a little chilly to travel to Russia. More than 20% reduction in the number of tourists from Italy, Turkey, Korea, Poland, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Slovakia, the Philippines and the UAE. More than 20% reduction in the number of tourists from Italy, Turkey, Korea, Poland, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Slovakia, the Philippines and the UAE.

17 Table 2: Foreign tourists in Russia at the periods 2009-2009. CountryYear 2008 Number of tourists in thousands 2009 Number of tourists in thousands Change per cent from 2008 to 2009 Germany3223230 U.S.A.185183 U.K.1421506 Finland1421496 China127115-9 Italy143113-21 Spain10595-10 France10394-9 Israel324642

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20 The presentation was made by the students - Dmitriy Borimchuk and Paul Khvorov The presentation was made by the students - Dmitriy Borimchuk and Paul Khvorov Group SCT -061 Science and geography Department Altay state Academy of Education Biysk, Russia, 2010 Thank you for your attention! Thank you for your attention!


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