Average Isreali tourists spend $190 per night during World Cup 2018 in Russia

 Tuesday, July 17, 2018 


Russian cities and airports FIFA World CupThe Israeli tourists to Russia spent an average of $190 per night, which is for an average of 4.6 days during the World Cup.



This data was published by the hotel price comparison website Hotels- Combined. According to the study, 5-star hotels were the choice of 3% of Israelis, while 26% opted for four-star hospitality, 30% went for three stars and 41% selected cheaper options.



While 75% of all Israeli soccer fans visiting Russia during the games stayed in hotels, others chose accommodation options that are usually cheaper: 14% in vacation apartments, 7% in hostels and 4% in guesthouses.



Mark Feldman, CEO and founder of Ziontours Jerusalem travel agency said that that the majority of Israelis who traveled to Russia through his company went for the first part of the tournament when tickets were readily available. He cited Aeroflot, which reported a 40% increase in ticket sales over the last month with the majority of their passengers going to see only one or two matches.



According to Eyal Segal of Hotels-Combined, most of the tourists attending World Cup games were Russians who came from domestic tourism within Russia.



The data showed that the international tourists came from almost every part of the world to watch the games, facilitated by Russia’s geographic proximity to many countries in Asia and Europe, in addition to the fact that it dispersed the games to various stadiums close to neighboring countries, which helped to appeal to different audiences, some of whom came for short periods.




The data also shows that Israelis who visited St. Petersburg paid an average of $169 per night and stayed on average for 3.7 days.

Israelis who came to hotels in the city were divided thusly: 5% stayed in 5-star hotels, 34% in 4 stars, 41% in 3 stars and 20% at lower hospitality levels. In Sochi, Israeli tourists spent an average of $142 per night and stayed 3.5 days on average. 4% chose a 5-star hotel, 56% 4 stars, 33% 3 stars, and 7% less.



The tourists who spent the most on hotels in Russia hailed from Saudi Arabia, who spent an average of $1,062 per night. The tourists who paid the lowest amount on accommodation on average were from Thailand, spending $60 a night. The tourists who stayed for the most nights were from Morocco, with an average of 6.3 nights. The shortest stays were made by South Korean tourists with an average of 1.5 days followed by Polish tourists who spent an average of two nights in Russia.



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