Travel to Russia

The wide territory of Russia with its rich cultural heritage and enormous natural beauty offers a great variety of popular travel destinations which attract millions of tourists every year. Here are some of them listed below, though the genuine sense of the local atmosphere you can feel once you are in Russia:

The "Golden Ring of Russia" is a tour through a number of Russian ancient cities, unique and magnificent towns along the Volga River with a great cultural heritage dating back to the times of Kievan Rus presented by splendid cathedrals, ancient churches and monasteries.

The Trans-Siberian Rail itinerary is the longest journey for about a week that brings you throughout the country discovering the beauty of its vast territory, the magnificent scenery of massive forests and deep lakes, ancient Ural mountains, Siberian taiga and the authentic beauty of the Far East.

One of the most picturesque regions in Russia located in the Northwestern part of the country is Karelia. Deep forests, thousands of lakes and strikingly beautiful nature attracts tourists both from Russia and overseas. The Kizhi island cultural complex of national architecture is declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Black Sea coast of Russia is the most popular country’s resort region as it is suitable both for summer and winter holidays. Apart from enjoying the sea in numerous beaches and lagoons and bathing in the sun during the summer, the region offers the most popular Russian ski resort in Krasnaya Polyana which is in close proximity to the coastal area. In 2014 it became the home for Winter Olympics. Magnificent Caucasus region with its splendid mountains nearby are internationally recognized.

The Urals is one of the most amazing regions of Russia. Its mountain ridges are stretching for several thousand kilometers from the icy Arctic to the warm Kazakhstan border. Clear lakes, fast flowing rivers, deep caves, turbulent waterfalls and rugged mountains declare the Urals to be a great destination for hiking, ski, fishing, rafting, camping and other activities including cultural tourism.

Lake Baikal is the real treasure of Russia, a unique monument, world’s deepest lake which is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled places on earth and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The region is popular for ecotourism and is really worth while visiting. 

Kamchatka, Dombay, Altay – it is just a small list of the itineraries one can choose while visiting Russia, the place where everyone has the opportunity to enjoy traditional Russian cuisine and the great sense of hospitality of the local people.