A Turbaza (Russian: Турбаза, Ukrainian: Турбаза) is a holiday accommodation, a type of tourist camp or tourist base that arose in the Soviet era and is still common in the post-Soviet countries. Turbazas are commonly leased-out to groups or firms renting the entire facility to provide holiday accommodation for their members or employees. They are generally rustic, located in rural areas that offer outdoor recreation. Dining, and often sleeping, is accommodated in a large, open, common area.
|This tourism-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|