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The world’s largest country, Russia is fascinatingly, geographically and culturally diverse. Established in the 9th century, the country is home to historic cities, artistic riches, and idyllic countryside. With lofty mountains, deep lakes, lush forests, steep volcanoes, ice caves, snow-capped glaciers, stunning waterfalls, untamed rivers, hot springs, and sandy beaches, the country has much to offer to nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers. The Trans-Siberian Railway is an epic journey navigating through Russia’s natural wonders. Visitors here will come across architectural marvels, historic landmarks, artistic treasures, and contemporary creativity at every corner of the country. Some of the major attractions in Russia include Kremlin, Saint Basil's Cathedral, Winter Palace, Lake Baikal, St. Sophia Cathedral, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Mount Elbrus, Novodevichy Convent, Kolomenskoye, and Tsaritsyno Palace. Russia’s bustling cities also offer vodka-fueled nightlife, and shopping and culinary excellence. For those who wish to explore beyond the major cities, charming towns such as Novgorod, Anapa, Barnaul, Golden Ring, Kaliningrad, Krasnoyarsk, Ekaterinburg, Kazan, and Nizhny Novgorod are great alternatives.
Popular Destinations in Russia
Situated on the bank of the Moskva River, Moscow is the capital of Russia.
The city is the political, cultural, economic, and scientific center of
Russia as well as Eastern Europe. The city’s history can be traced back to
12th century. History enthusiasts here will love to explore
landmarks such as the Kremlin, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Lenin's
Mausoleum, Bunker-42, Church of the Savior on Blood, Ivan the Great Bell
Tower, Fallen Monument Park, Novodevichy Cemetery, Palace of Facets, and
more. Today, Moscow is a cosmopolitan city, which is a blend of
contemporary and historic sites. Visitors will find here an array of
cultural institutions, performing art venues, and museums, such as Bolshoi
Theatre, Russian National Show, Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, Moscow
International Performing Arts Center, State Historical Museum, Pushkin
Museum, Museum of the Great Patriotic War, and Moscow Museum of Modern Art.
Tretyakovsky Proyezd Street in Moscow is lined with luxury shops and
boutiques while the Garden Ring District features multiple bars, eateries,
and nightclubs for those who want to explore Moscow’s nightlife and
Saint Petersburg (St. Petersburg)
Founded by Peter the Great in 1703, Saint Petersburg is a port city on the
Baltic Sea. Product of several European architects, the city has a distinct
European feel to it with its majestic palaces and grand cathedrals. Major
landmarks here include Church of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood, Winter
Palace, Peterhof Palace, Kazan Cathedral, Alexander Nevsky Lavra, Saint
Isaac's Cathedral, and Moika Palace. The aesthetically pleasing city is
also known as Venice of the North due to its elegant canals and over 300
bridges. Taking a midnight cruise along the Neva River is an excellent way
to see the city at night. Saint Petersburg is the former imperial capital
and remains Russia’s cultural center with several performing art venues,
museums, and cultural institutions, such as Mikhailovsky Theatre,
Alexandrinsky Theatre, Mariinsky Ballet, Saint Petersburg Philharmonic
Orchestra, Hermitage Museum, Street Art Museum, and Russian Museum.
Sixth largest city in Russia, Samara is located in the south-eastern part
of European Russia at the confluence of the Samara and Volga Rivers on the
east bank of the Volga. The city features a continental climate,
characterized by cold winters and hot summers. Samara is now a major
cultural, economic, educational, scientific, and transport hub of the
country. Former home of celebrated writers Alexey Tolstoy and Maxim Gorky,
the city has a museum dedicated to Tolstoy. Samara is home to a
well-preserved air raid shelter (referred to as Stalin’s bunker) built
during the Second World War. Popular attractions in Samara include Glory
Square, Monument of Glory, Golovkin's dacha, Viktoriya, Muzey Moderna,
Iversky Women's Monastery, Children's Art Gallery, Samara Zagorodnyy Park,
and Roman Catholic Parish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Best Time to Visit Russia
Russia experiences severely cold winters. The best time to take Russia flights is from May to August. Take note that peak tourist season is from June to August during which the major cities will be crowded. Autumn (September and October) is a good time to take cheap flights to Russia.
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