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Introducing Russia

Russia is the largest country on earth, thus there are many places to visit, monuments, and exciting excursions. The incredible diversity of its people, geography, and traditions makes Russia an extraordinarily intriguing place to go. It stretches from Europe all the way through Asia until it reaches the Pacific Ocean in the far East. Russia has everything you might want, including impressive museums, heritage, art, customs, adventure, serenity, dynamic cities, and stark icy landscapes.

Whilst there are many things to do in Russia during the day, there are also wonderful experiences to be enjoyed in the evenings. Their restaurants offer wonderful gastronomic delights and there are ample entertainment spots to enjoy some nightlife; and if it culture you are looking to indulge in in the evening, perhaps a ballet performance could be part of your highlights during your holiday.

Resorts in Russia

Recommended Experiences in Russia

Top Locations in Russia

Red Square (Krasnaya Ploshchad)
Since ancient times, Red Square has served as the hub of Moscow's history and culture, hosting events ranging from rock concerts to marches of Soviet soldiers. A stroll through the square, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, amidst Moscow's most recognisable buildings, is a must-do on any trip to the Russian capital.
St Petersburg
Visit the Moika Palace, most known for being the location where Rasputin was assassinated, and the Neoclassical, 19th-century St. Isaac's Cathedral, which is actually a Russian Orthodox Museum, for a dazzling overload of white and gold hues. The Hermitage Museum, the second-largest art and culture museum in the world and arguably St. Petersburg's best known tourist destination, houses a collection of more than three million objects, ranging from prehistoric art to Catherine the Great's collection of art.
Lake Baikal
Every traveller to Russia needs to include a trip to Lake Baikal, a UNESCO World Heritage site, on their must-do list. One-fifth of the world's freshwater is contained in Lake Baikal and it is considered the deepest lake on Earth.

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