Wondrous national treasures and fairytale-style buildings await.

It’s a celebration of history.


A festival of colour.


Experience the extraordinary in this cultural heavyweight.


Russia –

the adventurer’s playground

Its grandness enchants. Its Vodka fulfils. Delve into Russian culture and explore two of its finest cities.

Moscow thrills visitors with its artistry, history and majesty. St Petersburg amazes with its sheer grandeur, revolutionary spirit and elegant canals.

It is not surprising that the world’s largest country offers up two absolute powerhouses. And we’re just getting started.

Fearless Leaders. Daring revolutions. Russia’s history fascinates.

No wonder Russia is an explorer’s paradise.

From the Winter Palace to St Basils Cathedral, Russia’s past is intertwined within its remarkable structures. The legacy is startling, and it’s yours to discover.

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Practical information

This information can be useful when traveling to this beautiful country


Most of the European Russia has a humid continental climate characterized by warm summers (22°C in July) and very cold winters (January around -6°C).

Public Transport

With its fast metro and quirky marshrutka minibuses Moscow's transport system is quite interesting and remarkably efficient. St. Petersburg's public transport network is also very efficient, but does not operate during the night.


Most large hotels offer their guests internet access at a supplementary charge. Internet cafés are also to be found in big cities.


The Russian currency is the Ruble which is divided into 100 kopeks. One Russian Ruble equals approx. 0.01 Euro cents/pence. It is illegal to charge for goods or services in any currency other than Rubles.


St. Petersburg offers a variety of shopping choices, from hand-made arts, crafts, and souvenirs to fresh fruits and vegetables. Also Moscow offers a fantastic selection of beautiful and unusual souvenirs, many the products of traditional Russian crafts.


Many countries need a visa to visit Russia. For further information please ask your travel agency or the Russian embassy in your country.


Did you Know?

This information can be useful when traveling to Russia

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  • The 145 million Russians love celebrations: They always look for an opportunity to treat their friends and colleagues.
  • The Tsar Kolokol bell at the Moscow Kremlin is the largest bell in the world. The 223 ton, 6.14 m high bell was fabricated in 1735.
  • Moscow, the biggest city in Europe, has many iconic buildings of architectural excellence and is home to many world heritage sites.
  • Moscow’s metro system is among the fastest worldwide and the Metro of St. Petersburg is the deepest subway in the world with a depth of 100 m.
  • The Russian language uses the cyrillic alphabet and is one of the world’s five most-spoken languages.
  • Trinity (Troitsky) Bridge in St. Petersburg was designed by French engineer Gustave Eiffel.