Kislovodsk became a Russian resort with the most budget rental prices for the upcoming summer, according to experts from HomeToGo search engine for holiday rentals.
A flat or a cottage in Stavropol region for a group of four vacationers will cost about 2,650 roubles ($46.6) per night. Crimean resorts took a second place offering a slightly higher price – 2,671 roubles ($46.9).
Tuapse resort town in Russia’s Krasnodar region took a third position on the list with 3,582 roubles ($62.9) per night.
Krasnaya Polyana in Sochi was recognised as the most expensive Russian resort – a night stay will cost about 8,400 roubles ($147.7).
Novosibirsk, Samara and Krasnodar offer the cheapest summer rent among large Russian cities: 2,480 ($43.61), 2,484 ($43.68) and 2,489 roubles ($43.77) respectively.
Moscow traditionally hold a first place in terms of the most pricey rent. An apartment for four guests will cost about 5,100 roubles ($89.6) per night.
Earlier this month, TourStat analytical agency compiled a list of Russia's most popular summer resorts.
Lenta.ru with help from Airbnb has compiled a list of budget but decent lodging options in Russia.