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A new high speed train will be launched in 2014 between Tashkent and Almaty

A new high speed train will connect Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan next year when a new train start operating between Almaty - Tashkent.According to the press release of Ministry of Transport and Communications of Kazakhstan the new link will allow to meet a growing demand for passenger transport between two countries, it will also reduce the travel time by 1.


PR campaign to promote tourist potential of Georgia started in Azerbaijan

Large scale PR campaign to promote Georgian tourist potential has been launched in Azerbaijan according to the head of National Tourism Administration of Georgia Mr. Georgiy Sigua. Azerbaijan is one of the major prime markets. We have started promotion campaign from Baku also using major social networks and local media.


Turkmenistan wants to become a tourist superpower

The openinig ceremony for the first yacht-club and hotel comlex that were constructed by Turkish company Polimeks Construction Company on the shores of Caspian sea was held on the occassion of Turkmen president's birthday. Accroding to president the new project in Avaza would not only function as a comfortable sea resort but will give a serious boost to beach tourism development in the country.


Azerbaijan tourism minister declares the price drop in the industry

According to recent press release by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of Azerbaijan there is a firm trend for price drops in Azerbaijan's tourist industry. According to minister Abulfaz Qarayev they are constantly monitoring the situation with the prices and they managed to keep the prices down 20% last year.


TransCaspian cruise project launched

Azerbaijan Tourism Assosiation (AzTa) is planning to approach all Caspian sea countries with the new initiative to organise a Caspian sea cruise program for tourists. They believe in (AzTa) that the program would be of immense popularity and will greatly promote tourist industry in each country and in the region as a whole.