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Kazan with its fascinating Kremlin, beautiful mosques, churches and museums, is unique for sightseeing it is included in UNESCOs World Heritage List. Read our Kazan travel tips to get ready for your trip.


We have compiled a list of recommendations that will be useful both for travelers staying in Russia for a long time or just a couple of days.


Enjoy the viewpoints of the Ostankino Tower - the only place from where one may see all sights of the capital at the same time.


A journey along the Starotobolsky Highway, that was a part of the Siberian Highway, begins with ancient Russian villages founded near Tyumen in the middle of the 18th century: Antipino, Malkovo and the village of Subbotina.


The Mountain of Tugaya will be landscaped in Gorno-Altaisk within the next six years; a panoramic park will be created on it.


Enjoy scenic landscapes and experience history of the Greater Sochi. From the Black sea coast to Caucasus peaks, from carved into the cliffs narrow ribbon to multilane highways, Krasnaya polyana Rout is dynamic site, which has changed many times over the centuries.


Krasnodar Territory is the southernmost part of Russia. All cities of the region are resort-like with flowering parks, fountains and old hotels. Choosing a tour with a local guide is the best option to explore the place.


Enjoy a day-long exploration of forts and docks of Kronstadt, an authentic suburb with a rich history, and once the largest naval fortress of the Baltic sea. Abandoned docks, picturesque old fortifications located in the middle of a coastal reserve and an on-demand seaside picnic as a reward of a day's worth of walking and climbing across the living history of Russian military genius.


Enjoy a full-day private tour departing from Moscow to the Golden Ring. You will visit sights including famous Abramtsevo estate, 19th century retreat for Russian writers and painters, the famous Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius Monastery, Chernigov Skit (monks retreat), Museum of Villagers everyday life and Matryoshka painting or candles making masterclass, and learn about Russian history, culture and the architecture styles of Orthodox churches.


A full day private tour departing from Moscow to the Golden Ring town of Sergiev Posad will allow visiting impressive Russian sights including the famous Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius Monastery, Chernigov Skit (monks retreat) and its undgergound cave church as well as Matryoshka painting masterclass and Abramtsevo estate (XIX century retreat for Russian writers and painters). You will learn about Russian history, culture and enjoy gorgeous countryside landscapes.


Enjoy a full day private tour departing from Moscow to the ancient town of Zvenigorod. Don't miss an opportunity to spend a day at countryside: visit a few nice churches, museums, classic estates and many more. You will try russian Kvass with some local pastries and take part in a classi Russian tea ceremony.


Volgograd enters the top ten most popular Russian cities for family recreation.


Historic Russian cities, which history dates back to XII century preserve many churches and monesteries of that time. We invite you for the private trip to Sergiev Posad and Pereslavl Zalesskiy - the real treasures of Golden Ring cities.


Kaliningrad, the former German city of Königsberg, founded more than seven centuries ago, now combines two periods of its existence: German and Russian, both equally important, despite the gap in the length of historical spaces.


There have been only two reasons for a trip to Saransk, the capital of Mordovia, until recently: the sculptor Erzya and race walking. As well as Mordovian prison camps. In general, voluntary tourists were in no hurry to visit either Saransk or Mordovia. But everything is changing rapidly, and even local residents who had moved to big cities, discover something new during every visit to their native place. The secret of transformation is football.


Sochi is unique for its astonishing nature and spa facilities few places on our planet can boast to have both the seaside and the mountains.


Any walk through Samara sooner or later leads to the embankment of the Volga River. The streets next to the embankment descend right to the river, repeating the coastal relief, so you will eventually go out to the embankment.


Any walk through Samara sooner or later leads to the embankment of the Volga River.


The Kuibysheva Square in Samara is not just the main city square, but the largest square in Russia and the second largest square in Europe.


There is a metro in Samara: one branch, nine stations, eleven and a half kilometers. The decorations of the stations are made in late Soviet style.


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