Add to favorite
Russian Travel and Transportation News


30.04.2009 01:21

In the Russian airports receiving passengers from America are taken emergency measures of medical control

30.04.2009 00:19

A new train has begun running between two Russian capitals from this April.

29.04.2009 14:39

Lihachevs factory (ZiL) will start manufacture of a new off-road vehicles. Its working conditions are similar to Hummers.

28.04.2009 10:30

Russian airlines and airports introduced extraordinary precautionary measures to protect passengers from pig influenza.

27.04.2009 10:13

More then 40 European, American and Russian classical vehicles were presented at Vasilievsky slope in Moscow. On Saturday the 3-hour race of old-timers took place in the center of the city.

2.04.2009 21:04

The altitude string transport system, also known as STU and developed by Russian inventor Anatoly Unitsky, is an alternative to ordinary ways of transportation

1.04.2009 15:54

On April 1 Krasnoyarsk ticket inspectors have prepared loads of selected carrots for Hares - this is how fare-dodgers are called in Russian.


Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

Flowers Delivery

search on the map
Nikolai Gogol  AvtoVAZ   Omsk  Arctic  St. Petersburg  Perm  Russian exhibitions  Russian business  Lawrence Brownlee  ID Telegraph  Republic of Altai  Treasures of East   Russian Literature  Penza  Republican Ecological Regional Forest Museum   Inta  Yandex  Islam in Russia  Moscow  Fortresses  criminality  Exhibitions in Moscow  Fashion  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Orthodoxy  Russian Cinema  Alisher Usmanov  Gelendzhik  Priyutino Memorial Estate  Russian finances  Filyovsky Park  Film Festival  Treasures  Novosibirsk  Moscow Spring  Russian tourism  Locomotive Team  Russian resorts  game market  Twinhall  Russian history  Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre  Igor Sechin  Sotsrealism  Fabio Capello  New Museums  Vladimir  tourism in Moscow  health  Archeology 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites