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10 Things You Must Know Before Going to Russia
Russia is a great place to visit. There are plenty of things to do and plenty of spots to explore in this country. Don't judge Russia by stereotypes. Bears don't walk along the streets, there is no snow in summer and yes, we have McDonalds, Sturbacks and other American chains (we don't live on another planet). But there are some points you should remember while planning your trip.


Russian Airports Prohibit Carrying Liquids in Hand Luggages
Russias state aviation agency has officially banned any liquids in carry-on baggages for flights at all of the countrys airports, as an additional safety measure ahead of next months Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Volunteers Help Foreign Tourists in Moscow
The summer started with an interesting event - a special volunteer group has been organized in Moscow. The members of this group visit popular places of the city and provide tourists with all necessary help.
Tourist Information Centre to be Opened near Red Square
The first tourist information center will soon appear in Moscow. It will be located in the State Historical Museum near the Red Square.
Mobile Guide to Appear in Smolensk
The new project Mobile Guide will start in Smolensk in June. Tourists will be able to use special information boards with three-digit telephone numbers, on which one can call and can get information about historical or cultural sites.
Tourist Card Appeared in Uglich
The special tourist card, issued in Uglich, allows foreigners to take part in a special guided tour and to visit the sights of the city free of charge.
First Call Centre Opened in Karelia
The first in the Republic of Karelia call centre for Russian and foreign tourists will open today in Petrozavodsk.
Tourists Will Feel More Comfortable in Moscow
A special travel guest card and tourist information centres will appear in Moscow. These measures were taken to make foreign visitors feel more comfortable in the city.
Call center for tourists opens in Moscow
Moscow call center for foreign tourists will begin its work in July-August, 2011. Its main goal is consulting and advices for tourists in emergency situations as well in English. Opening this center is a step towards development of information and telecommunications infrastructure for tourists.

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