The possibility of establishment of the Centre for Tourists was discussed at the Regional Council

RSA Press service  28 April 2015 15:28  697579 098584
The possibility of establishment of the Centre for Tourists was discussed at the Regional Council

The meeting of the evaluation committee on tender procedures under the project "Support to the economy of Transcarpathian region through the development and promotion of its tourism potential" took place at the Regional Council. The event was attended by the first deputy chairman of the Regional Council Mykhailo Popovich and the director of the municipal enterprise "Regional Development Agency" Valery Grishchenko, the management of the National Park "Synevir."
Last year, the Regional Council won a European grant totaling more than 890 thousand euros for the project "Support to the economy of Transcarpathian region through the development and promotion of its tourism potential." The amount of co-financing from the EU funds is 712,000 euros. The project will run until July 2016. They plan to establish the Center for Tourists, which will have the first in the region fully equipped campsite for traveling tourists. Also the project provides for the establishment of tourist stops that will be placed on hiking or bicycle routes in the region, and will be equipped with sources of drinking water.
Currently, they are determining the location of the center.
During the meeting of the Committee, they considered the terms of reference for the Centre for Tourists in the National Park "Synevir". Also they considered the approval of terms of reference for the design of a rope park, tourist trail for people with disabilities. Also they discussed the issue of an agreement between the National Park "Synevyr" and the Regional Council on the development of the tourism industry.

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