The partners of the Russpass service have gained access to an open API (the application programming interface). With it, they will be able to manage their tours, events and tickets, as well as automatically place various travel products.

The public program interface in the service has appeared for convenient interaction with partners. At the moment, Russpass has more than 600 of them. Data transmission via the API will allow them to synchronize information with their resources, it will be transmitted automatically.

You can use the API to transmit data about tours or events, fares and their validity time, the schedule of sites, the number of ticket offices, as well as photo and video materials, descriptions, logos, links to websites and social networks.

The first partners of the service who have already connected to the API are the capital’s children’s park of professions and one of the capital’s tour operators. According to representatives of the children’s park, interaction with API partners allows you to automate the work on data transmission and manage tickets and their fares in almost real time. For example, the cost of tickets for entertainment depends on the season — thanks to integration via the API, information on Ruspass will be updated in accordance with changes on the organization’s website.

Companies from the tourism and hospitality sector, as well as cultural and historical sites and restaurants can join the partner network. In order to start working with Russpass, you need to leave a request.

The digital travel service Ruspass was developed on the initiative of the Moscow Government. The project is supervised by the Tourism Committee together with the Department of Information Technologies.

The service helps you quickly and easily plan a trip to Russia. Here you can buy train and air tickets, book a restaurant and much more.

The service allows you to create an individual route to selected tourist places in a few clicks or use ready-made offers. In total, more than 2.7 thousand tourist offers are available on Russpass today.