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The air show MAKS is an international air show, where not only the aircrafts but the weapon systems and space vehicles are demonstrated. The show includes the demonstration of aircrafts on static displays, flight demonstrations of the aircrafts, and demonstration flights of the aerobatic teams. Moreover, MAKS provides a special program for the businessmen and symposia and conferences as well. The air show takes place in the town of Zhukowski (Moscow Region), a capital of the Russian aeronautics, in the end of summer. Some of the technique units can be seen only there, because the demonstration of them abroad is impossible for some reasons.

If you are sick and tired of the traditional types of the tourist services and you want to see something unexpected and even ambiguous and dangerous, you can join the people, who are found of visiting and making pictures of the derelict buildings or even cities. In Russia they call these industrial tourists stalkers, but it is not absolutely correct. The people, who examine and photograph derries, are not principally interested in that the objects they visit are abnormal, they simply should be left by the people. There are some things to have in mind to provide your safety and not only your.

It is not a secret, that cafes and restaurants in Moscow are very different in their prices and quality of food. Some of them are incredibly expensive; others look too bad to enter them. But there are cafes and restaurants, where you can have a meal for the reasonable price, and Ill tell about some of them.

As it is known, night skating and riding is a European entertainment, which lets the people to enjoy their sport in the city without traffic. It has become very popular in Russia recently. Many people find it very amusing to begin their weekend with a trip across the sleeping city without cars and buses in a good crowd. Some of them really have no time by day for skates and bicycles. The great majority of such events happen on Fridays night, though there are some exceptions. For the foreigners (especially tourists) it could be also interesting...

Lots of people in Russia prefer hitch-hiking as a way of traveling and ignore ordinary means of transportation, supposing hitch-hiking to be more interesting, faster and simpler than trains or buses. Furthermore it is free. Others argue that this way of traveling fits for emergency situations only and it is rather dangerous. Both positions have their advantages and disadvantages, which arent obvious, so they are to be considered. In my honest opinion...

It is not something extraordinary that the historical reconstruction of the everyday life of 9-11th centuries exists in Russia. The culture of the Viking age in Russia demonstrated a fancy symbiosis of the different cultures, so fans of the medieval history have great possibilities for self-realization. As a result, or maybe by accident, the Russian historical reconstruction clubs studying this period are notable for accuracy in simulation of clothes, culture, habiliments, and arms. This direction of the historical reconstruction seems to be the most developed one in the country. There are three big festivals worth to mention and to visit in the first place, even when you are not enthusiastic in historical reconstruction.

Altai mountains are situated at the South -East of West Siberia. It is an unforgettable - from eternal ice and snow at the tops of high mountains to luxuriant vegetation in river valleys. Altai is a treasure for tourists. Everyone can find some thing special: alpinism and hiking, rafting and equestrian sport - anything you like.

Russias vast expanse of untamed wilderness and grand cities teeming with historical sights make it a tempting choice for the backpacker and solo traveler. Theres something romantic about stepping out alone on the stark Russian plains, or exploring the museums and famous city squares with no-one to tear you away.

March 17th is St Patricks Day, a National Holiday and celebration of all things Irish, from the Shamrock to the Leprechaun. The patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick was a fifth-century Christian missionary, who became an emblem of Irelands rich heritage when the Church declared a feast day, in his honour.

Celebrating Valentines Day is becoming increasingly popular in Russia, but they still have their own way of doing things! With its classical architecture and historical intrigue, St. Petersburg - often named one of the most romantic cities in Europe - is an ideal backdrop for inspiration.

As a stazhirovka,, studying in Moscow, a city synonymous with politics, cold weather, vodka and glitzy glam, can be an exciting opportunity. Even though its been declared one of the most expensive cities in the world, its possible to explore this vibrant city on a students budget.

There are several hostels in Russia, including several St Petersburg hostels and cheap hostels in Moscow. 10 top tips to travel in Russia on a budget are provided here for people with limited resources.

Although twice the capital of Russia in the past, elegant St. Petersburg is now the countrys second city. However, thats not to say that it has any less history, culture or significance that its main rival, Moscow.

In the last ten years, Moscow has undergone something of a transformation. Once notorious for its gangsters and economic woes, the city is now a buzzing modern metropolis with the culture, restaurants and nightlife of a major international city.

Russia is a fantastic backpacking destination exciting, exotic and affordable. Whats more, with the recent relaxation of visa laws allowing travelers to enter the country independently rather than just by organized tours, its become much more accessible.

The authorities and travel agencies of St. Petersburg put much effort to make the city more attractive for foreign tourists. However, the influx of tourists decreases every year. The main reasons are the expensiveness and underdeveloped infrastructure. In order to attract foreign guests to St. Petersburg the local travel companies have introduced a number of new non-standard tours around the city.

Not only England and Romania are known to be a favourite residence for spirits. As a city with rich history and the bloody past, Moscow is wrapped in legends and myths, and some of the city streets and districts have a strong mystical reputation.

Active travel in Russia is a ticket from weekdays to an adventure and an opportunity to have a bright journey one would remember again and again. Unfortunately, active travel in Russia is still surrounded by stereotypes of the Soviet era and the most difficult thing about it is to break the ice.

On the 1st of August 2.20pm Moscow time a total solar eclipse will cross the territory of Russia. It will last for only 2 minutes but the opportunistic travel companies already estimate the profit brought by the eclipse. Where to observe the black solar circle and how much it costs?

For the first time ever in Russian history a specialized helicopter exhibition HeliRussia 2008 is to take place at Crocus Expo Exhibition Centre in Moscow on May-15-17, 2008. 128 companies have applied to participate in the exhibition, including 18 foreign companies from the UK, Italy, Germany, France, the USA, Switzerland, Belarus, and Ukraine.

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