During the last five years, the scope of services in the sphere of tourism increased 1.6 times. The flow of tourists into the region escalated two-fold, exceeding one million people in 2012. The tourist flow is expected to reach 2.4 mln people per year before 2016.
The tourist and recreational complex of the region is comprised of 65 enterprises:
A total of 48 hotels;
A total of 17 spa centres and guest houses.
The four largest festival sites in the region include:
ETNOMIR in the Borovsk District (accommodating up to 20,000 people);
Vysokie Berega in the Ferzikovo District (up to 5,000 people);
The Nikola-Lenivets Art Park in the Dzerzhinsk District (up to 5,000 people);
The Moto-Maloyaroslavets site in the Maloyaroslavets District (up to 30,000 people).
Landmarks of the region include the State Museum of the History of Cosmonautics and the House-Museum of K.E. Tsiolkovsky, the Optina Monastery in Kozelks, the Monastery of Saint Tikhon, and the Borovsk Monastery of Saint Pafnutiy.
The Kaluga Region is a religious centre of the country, with ten functioning monasteries and approximately 200 churches.
Historical battlefields include the Ugra River, the Zhizdra River, Tarutino and Lyudinovo.
Ecotourism: Ugra National Park, containing 90% of the regional biological diversity, and approximately 300 objects of its cultural and historical heritage.
The Corporation for the Development of the Kaluga Region is engaged in the construction of the industrial park infrastructure under investment agreements concluded between the investors, the government of the Kaluga Region and the corporation
Industrial Logistics is the main tool for the implementation of logistical projects in the territory of the region.
Tel.: +7 (4842) 22-49-64
Agency of Business Development — state independent institution of the Kaluga Region is a subordinate organization operating under the Ministry of Economic Development of the Kaluga Region. Key Business Areas of the Agency: support of business entities’ projects, support and promotion of small and medium-sized business, raisind awareness about the State support.
Public-Private Partnership Center — implementation of socially important public-private partnership projects and programs.