As far as their directional introduction, the different kinds of schedules incorporate straight, roundabout, and outspread ones. Agendas are likewise recognized as far as method of movement—for instance, strolling, cycling, car means, or water transport; regarding time of visit operation—year-round, occasional, or one-time schedules; and as far as the diverse courses of action that might be included for gathering and individual agendas.
Sightseers may take after sorted out, or preplanned, visit courses (based on visitor association travel vouchers), or they may work out their own free agendas. Sorted out visit courses are uniquely composed and prepared to offer vacationers such administrations as journeys, visitor focuses, and campgrounds. In 1975, composed visit courses in the USSR numbered more than 350 on the all-Union level and more than 6,000 neighborhood ones. The all-Union visit courses are composed and kept up by the Central Council on Tourism and Excursions of the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions; the nearby courses, by republic, krai, and ob last gatherings on tourism. An exceptional classification of schedules comprises of settled railroad, transport, ship, and plane courses or some blend of these. More than 4,000 such agendas were in operation in 1975. Around 30 million people were furnished with all-Union and neighborhood visit benefits in 1976.
The most famous visit schedules are “The Golden Ring” (starting and consummation in Moscow and going through Zagorsk, Pereslavl’- Zalesskii, Rostov-Iaroslavskii, Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Pies, Ivanovo, Suzdal’, and Vladimir); the Baltic visit (with stops at Vilnius, Kaliningrad, Riga, and Tallinn); the voyage through the capitals of the Middle Asian republics (Frunze, Tashkent, Samarkand, Dushanbe, and Ashkhabad); the Carpathian visit (L’vov, Iaremcha, Rakhov, Mukachevo, and Uzhgorod); the visit along the Caucasian shore of the Black Sea (Sukhumi, Novyi Afon, Miussera, and Sochi); the different visits in the mountain territories of the Crimea and the Caucasus, on the Volga (amongst Moscow and Astrakhan), and on the Enisei (amongst Krasnoiarsk and Dudinka); and the visits on horseback in the Adygei Autonomous Oblast and the Bashkir ASSR.
Travelers may work out their own particular agendas—for instance, for a day’s vacation, for an excursion of a few days’ term, or to participate in sports exercises. Such agendas are normally sorted out and orchestrated with the help of visitor clubs or traveler stations or through the workplaces of physical training gatherings. Upwards of 50 million people go on free climbs or excursions every year. On sports visit courses, troublesome climbs of a few days’ span are administered by the standards of games tourism.
Universal visit agendas for Soviet subjects and visit schedules for outside sightseers in the USSR are orchestrated by Inturist (an all-Union business entity), by the Central Council on Tourism and Excursions of the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions, and by the Sputnik Bureau of International Youth Tourism under the general direction of the Central Board of Foreign Tourism of the Council of Ministers of the USSR.
In different nations, both local and universal visit schedules are worked out and masterminded by unique state or open traveler associations, by the numerous private vacationer firms, and by such offices as transportation organization offshoots and lodging network auxiliaries.