The Development of Tourism:  The Case of Siberia and the Omsk Region - Sergei E. Metelev - ebook

The Development of Tourism: The Case of Siberia and the Omsk Region ebook

Sergei E. Metelev

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Scientifically exact and well-founded, the Rector and the staff of the Russian Economic University, Omsk Branch, paint a “real vision”: the tourism development of Siberia and in particular the Omsk region. This book contains a vision - but a realistic one - which could be reached by some steps. Based on an internal brainstorming at this university and on a conference in April 2013, the tasks are described. The objective is the development of tourism - a job machine, and this in a region which offers more than one thinks. The contributors of the book offer to surf in the nature which is harsh, but beautiful in its own way. The variety of landscapes and climatic conditions provides the possibility to develop different types of tourisms, depending on the purpose of the travel. As such, the book covers such fields as rural business, event, cultural, educational, religious, recreational, active, medical-health and ecological tourisms.

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The Development of Tourism: The Case of Siberia and the Omsk Region

Sergej Metelev / Svetlana Efimova (Eds.)

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Contents

Preface

Chapter 1: The Historical, Natural, and Ecological Heritage of the Omsk Region: The Bases of Tourism Development

Opening Siberia Anew

Sergej Efimovich Metelev

Some Peculiarities of Colonization of Siberia

Nikolaj Sergejevich Mikelbantov & Svetlana Sergejevna Litvinenko

Ecological Tourism in “Golden Ring” of Middle Irtysh Area

Oksana Vladimirovna Goncharova & Ekaterina Romanovna Ischak

Historical and Cultural Potential of Recreational Resources of the Tourist Business in Omsk Region

Evgenij Anatolevich Orljanskiy

Tyukalinsk: A Town at the Siberian Highway (XVIII - XIX Centuries)

Viktor Vladimirovich Akhtyamov

Travelogue: The Methodological Shaping of the Modern Tourism Product

Svetlana Vladimirovna Efimova

Recreational Migration and Recreation Potential of Russia and Regions of Siberia

Igor Sergejevich Metelev

Chapter 2: The Pecularities of Agro-Tourism Development in Siberia

Rural Tourism: The Specific Character of Services and their Prospects in Omsk Region

Tatjana Mikhajlovna Bezborodova

Statistical Inference on the Economic State of the Northern Irtysh River Areas as Objects for Agro Tourism Development

Lidija Mikhajlovna Shaytanova & Julia Nikolayevna Sidorova

The Role of Management Automation in Tourism Enterprises

Ksenia Pogoreltsevа & Larisa Nikolajevna Goncharenko

The Role of Route Development and Cultural Landscape in Social and Cultural Life and in the Promotion of Tourism

Vladimir Vasiljevich Lizunov

European Experience in Rural Tourism Organization

Elena Anatolevna Sviridova

Tourism Development as a Source for the Improvement of the Financial Condition of the Rural Municipality

Elena Varerevna Khrapova & Boris Ivanovich Kychanov

Omsk Region Resources as Objects for Ecological Tourism

Oksana Vasilyevna Shkurko

Tourism Peculiarities and Development Prospects in Omsk Region

Svetlana Nikolayevna Khobotova

Human Resource Problems of Regional Small Enterprises in Tourism

Tatjana Nikolajevna Tarasova

Economic Opportunities for the Region in Siberia in Sustainable Tourism - From the Point of View of European Travelers

Hans-Jürgen Zahorka

Preface

Siberia has a strong attraction. Those, who have ever visited these places, will surely want to return.

In their articles, the scientists from Omsk Institute (branch) of the Russian Economic University named after G. V. Plekhanov talk about the past and future of a place which is opening itself to tourism only now. Out of the many parts of the world, where there are a lot to see, we offer to surf in the nature which is harsh, but beautiful in its own way.

So that our compatriots and foreign guests get the opportunity to see on the spot how difficult once the route from the capital to Siberia was, the idea to implement the project of the restoration of the Moscow-Siberia tract is presented to the residents and the governments as quite a promising one.

The interest in the history will bring to the region guests from Germany, as it is the very route that the expeditions were sent by the Russian tsars. Among those expeditors were natives from the lands of modern Germany - Johann Gamelan, Simon Pallas, Peter Falk, etc. Siberia encompasses settlement names, coined at those times - Forposts (der Vorposten).

The surnames of the current Siberians indicate Polish, German as well as Finnish roots. It turns out that Siberia accepted everyone, and everything went through the Moscow-Siberia tract.

However, not only the historical features of this site can attract tourists: there are also rare species of plants and birds, extreme climate conditions, and, most importantly, the people of this region. Siberia is indeed highly interesting and attractive despite its remoteness and the complexity of its natural conditions.

The researchers, academics as well as museum workers have already done a lot to show all the best places of the region.

Omsk Region has a natural potential which is compatible with the world known classical directions of tourism with its attractions, health promoting character and cultural qualities.

The convenient location of the Omsk region in the south of the West Siberian Plain, its rich natural-recreational, cultural and historical potential, developed industrial and agricultural facilities and complexes, proximity to transport routes, hosting international and national events are the factors, contributing to the development of inter-regional and international connections, among them also being tourism.

The variety of landscapes and climatic conditions provides the possibility to develop different types of tourisms, depending on the purpose of the travel. Perspectives can have rural (agro-tourism), business, event, cultural, educational, religious, recreational, active, medical-health and ecological tourisms.

The region has 26 territories, with the status of specially protected natural areas of federal, regional and local importance.

In addition, the adjacent regions, along which passed the tract, are also included in the project which enables the travelers to plan a trip to Russia and Siberia, as a whole. In our opinion, such an integrated approach will meet the expectations of all those who decide to go along that route.

We invite scientists, investors, tour operators as well as travelers to see a new world - Siberia.

Sergej Metelev

Director of Omsk Institute (branch) of the Russian State Economic University named after G. V. Plekhanov

Chapter 1: The Historical, Natural, and Ecological Heritage of the Omsk Region: The Bases of Tourism Development

Opening Siberia Anew

Sergej Efimovich Metelev1

The city of Omsk was founded in 1716 and today we are going to meet its tercentenary. The rapid development of the town was caused by the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway.

However, for a long time the only way connecting Siberia to the European part of Russia was the Moscow-Siberian Highway. In the past it played a critical part in the economic, social and political history of Russia.

The settlement and development of Siberia became possible due to the existence of this tract.

Nowadays, in terms of Russia’s accession to the WTO, one of the issues is to find out what we can offer the world community so as to trigger its interest towards Russia. It is not an idle point for us, but an impetus for actions.

Working in this direction, we came to the impression that Siberia is still a terra incognita for many Europeans and Americans.

Today, our Institute, alongside trade experts, trains tourism managers, which creates the opportunity to develop innovative projects that may interest foreign investors and expand tourism and recreational areas of the Russian Federation. The staff of our institute has developed and intends to contribute to an integrated innovation project, the

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