More than 35 pct of Turin tickets unsold: organizers
TURIN (Reuters) – Some 370,000 tickets remain unsold for
the Winter Olympics which begin on February 10, organizers said
Around 630,000 of the 1 million tickets available have been
sold with many of the top events close to being sold out.
“From a budget point of view this is very positive, and
also if we compare it with Greece (host of the 2004 Summer
Olympics) it is going well. But this is a country of the last
minute,” said Cesare Vaciago, director general of Turin
organizing committee TOROC, told a news conference.
Vaciago also said that around 3,000 rooms are still
available for visitors.