U.S.S.R – A NEW VACATION LAND (May, 1934)

U.S.S.R – A NEW VACATION LAND

Vacationers abroad are looking to the Soviet Union to supply the thrills of travel lacking in the beaten-track countries. The inducement to visit the U.S.S.R. is enhanced by the fact that travel dollars have undergone no deflation there. Intourist rates existing before the dollar went off gold have been retained in dollars for 1934. All-inclusive travel service is offered at $15 per day First Class; $8 per day Tourist Class and $5 per day Special Class. These include: Soviet visas, meals, hotels, guide-interpreters, sightseeing, boat, train and motor transportation on tour in the U.S. S. R. Over a hundred special groups are planned if you want to join … or go it alone. All travel agents have rates, schedules and itineraries.

Write for booklet HM5 . . . A swing around a sixth of the globe.

INTOURIST Inc.

U. S. Representative of the Travel Company of the U. S. S. R., 545 Fifth Avenue, New York
Offices in Chicago and Boston, Or See Your Own Travel Agent.

3 comments
  1. Toronto says: March 12, 20121:17 pm

    Wow – at those prices it’s no wonder the USSR doesn’t exist any more!

    (I just read the chapter about people who travel to 100+ countries just to cross them off their list, in Ken Jenning’s wonderful book “Maphead.”)

  2. Hirudinea says: March 12, 20123:23 pm

    Come for the famine, stay for the reperession!

  3. Charlene says: March 12, 201210:32 pm

    Holodomor – it’s not just for locals any more!

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