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Residents of the city council paid 2.91 million euros to enter the city of Jurmala

Jurmala City Council about entrance fees in the city This year, it has collected 2.91 million euros, confirmed by regional government spokesman Zane Leite.

This year, from April to the end of September, 1.24 million single tracks were purchased, which was 240,000 more than last year. The highest number of operands was recorded at the end of July, but the highest purchase amount paid per day was July 22 when 15,000 tickets were purchased.

According to Leite, the purchase of electronic passports increases significantly every year, and for two years, the number of electronic payments has almost quadrupled. In total, 39% of admission tickets are purchased electronically this season. The most popular form of electronic payment is through the "Mobilly" mobile application.

Funds collected are included in the city statutes and spent on tourism, creating a favorable environment for resort development, protecting the environment, protecting cultural monuments, and ensuring public order and security, Leite information.

As reported, to reduce the queue at entry points, this year the order was changed, making it possible to buy entry tickets after entering the city, provided that it must enter until 23.59 on the day of arrival. Electronic payment options are expanded because one day can be purchased not only through Mobilly and Riga Card cellular payments, but also on the municipal website Some entry-pay machines are also located in cities, and next year there are plans to put more cars in the city.

Entrance fees in the Jurmala administrative area have been in effect since 1996. These fees are valid from April 1 to September 31.

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