Anna Titova is a graduate of World Heritage Studies Master’s Programme who specializes in sustainable tourism at designated sites.
She holds a Bachelor in Social and Cultural Services and Tourism. Her area of specialty lies in the cultural routes in the Baltic Sea Region. She has been a contributor to the Sustainable Tourism Strategy of the Finnish World Heritage Site – Sea Fortress of Suomenlinna. She has also developed visitor materials as part of tourism promotion in Yuyuan – a historic village in Jinhua, China. Additionally, she has one year plus of experience in the travel industry in Russia
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