In May, Russians will have 12 days of rest

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In May, the Russians will have to work only 19 days, the rest will fall either on weekends or on holidays.

In 2021, both the Spring and Labor Day on May 1 and Victory Day on May 9 fall on the weekend. They will be postponed to weekdays, and the first working weeks of the month will be four days.

So, the Russians will have a rest from 1 to 3 May, as well as from 8 to 10 May. In total, there will be 12 days off in May together with the holidays.

As the TV channel “360” notes, about 500 thousand Russians are planning to spend the May holidays in the Krasnodar Territory. Also in the top five most popular destinations are Crimea, the health resorts of the Caucasus, Moscow and St. Petersburg. The Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR) told travelers that in 2021, vacation prices in May increased by 10% compared to the same period in 2020.

On March 25, experts named the popular villages of the Russian Federation for an inexpensive vacation in May. According to the data, Russians are increasingly choosing small towns and villages where there is not a large crowd of people. the top ten destinations include the villages of Dederkoy in the Krasnodar Territory, Miskhor in the Crimea, Ilyinsky in Karelia, the villages of Askat in the Altai Mountains and Abzakovo in Bashkiria, the city of Domodedovo in the Moscow Region, Andreapol in the Tver Region, Bagrationovsk in the Kaliningrad Region, Vyborg in the Leningrad Region and Gagra in Abkhazia.

On March 23, it became known that Russian Railways will appoint more than 500 additional trains for the May holidays.