A competition has been held to select special excursions and sightseeing programmes to take place during the Krasnoyarsk 2019 Winter Universiade.
Eight applications were submitted before being analysed by "experts in the field of tourism".
They took into account the "originality and novelty of the idea, as well as the possibility of its further implementation after the Games".
The winning applications, submitted by the company "IC Dialog", will now be responsible for organising tours for all participants at the Games in three years' time.
This will include visits to "unique sites" of the historic city centre, monuments of architecture and art, such as the Mira Square museum centre and the Victory Memorial museum
Tours around unique nature monuments such as Stolby Nature Reserve and Karaulnaya cave will also form part of tours.
"The extensive excursion programme awaits all participants of the 2019 Winter Universiade, who will be able to see the main historical places and sights of Krasnoyarsk and get acquainted with its rich history and cultural traditions," said Maxim Urazov, head of the Executive Directorate of the Organising Committee.
"Moreover, selected sightseeing routes will become a part of the city tourist programme and allow [us] to reveal the uniqueness of the region for all our guests.
"I am confident, that the guests will be satisfied not only with the Games, but also get the best impressions from our unique nature, historical legacy."
A total of 76 disciplines in 11 sports are on the programme at Krasnoyarsk 2019.
The event is due to run from March 2 to 12 in 2019.
Krasnoyarsk lies in central Russia and is the third largest city in Siberia after Novosibirsk and Omsk.