Most often Russians want to visit Baikal, Altai and Kamchatka. SuperJob, a highly paid job search service, found out what places in Russia the representatives of the economically active population from all districts of the country dream of visiting. 1,600 Russians over the age of 18 took part in an open survey.
Every fourth Russian dreams of visiting Lake Baikal (24%). 12% are thinking about traveling to Gorny Altai. 11% – to Kamchatka. Every tenth person dreams of a trip to St. Petersburg. The same number – about the rest in the Crimea. 7% would like to travel around Karelia. Kaliningrad and Sochi dream to visit 6%. Another 6% said they want to see the whole of Russia. Vladivostok or Primorsky Krai dreams of seeing every twentieth (5%). 4% of respondents think about traveling to Moscow, 3% – to Kazan. 4% of respondents dream of going to Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands. 3% of Russians would like to go on a trip to the Golden Ring and the North Caucasus. 2% dream of seeing the Ural Mountains, 1% – the Arctic. Another 1% of Russians want to go to the Krasnodar Territory.
Men a little more often than women named a trip to Kamchatka and the Arctic as their dream trip. Women more often dream of traveling to Lake Baikal, St. Petersburg, Kazan, Kaliningrad and the cities of the Golden Ring.