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The herds of cars move from St. Petersburg towards Zelenogorsk on a Friday evening. Primorskoe highway is a kind of Moscow Rublyovskoe highway for Petersburg. New residents of suburban area: businessmen, bureaucrats, highly paid managers, - are gradually building a new patchwork civilization here that is evolving rapidly right before our eyes.


The city may seem to someone weirdly arranged. In fact, this is one long street from "Shipyard" terminus (once "Lenin") to the "10th Kilometer" bus station. The traveler should know where is the city center, "Avacha" hotel, where to eat and from where buses leave for Paratunka.


Earlier Kamchatka used to be a completely closed peninsula. It was possible to come here only with residence permit or with the invitation. Nevertheless, for many people "Kamchatka" is not just a word, as they tend to divide their lives into periods: before they saw Kamchatka and after.


After one-hour flight over the lava fields and volcanic cones, Mi-8 approaches the canyon, and the valley suddenly spreads before the eyes.


Kamchatka Valley of Geysers is the only geyser field in Eurasia. Tens of geysers, fumaroles, hot springs and lakes brought the Valley world fame.


Narzan baths in Kislovodsk were taken only by the members of the imperial family prior to the 1917 revolution and, according to legend, even the emperor himself. In Soviet times the resort towns of Kavminvody were attended by the party bosses (including the Secretary General of the CPSU Central Committee Leonid Brezhnev), famous actors, writers and astronauts. But there was enough space in the sanatoriums for ordinary people too.


State Historical and Cultural Museum-Preserve "The Moscow Kremlin" (Moscow Kremlin Museums) announces the launching of a new web portal modern informational and educational resource.


Sokolniki is one of the oldest and most famous parks in the capital. Even remoteness from the cıty center does not hamper its popularity.


Vodny (Water) Island is a part of the Rostov Nature Reserve that is made up of four separate territories running west to east in the Orlovsky and Remontny districts of Rostov Province in southwestern Russia.


The official hotel of the Hermitage Museum opened in Saint Petersburg on October 4. This five-star hotel is the only one in Russia and abroad that won the right to use the trademarks of the museum under a license agreement.


The Ivanovo Oblast competes with Canary Islands and the Maldives. A small town on the right bank of the Volga River has turned into a large tourist center this summer.


A new project called Kazan City Pass was launched in Kazan. The owners of the pass can visit 5 of 24 city museums, a city tour including viewing of Kazan Kremlin, use 5 trips by public transportations, and also get discounts in souvenir shops, restaurants and trade centers.


River guide buses "City Sightseeing" for 33 passengers started plying on the Moscow-river from the moorage on the Bolotnaya square, in Gorky Park and from the Novospasskiy monastery. Motor ships start their journey once per hour.


As summer season has arrived, you may be thinking about where to go in Russia, possibly off the beaten track. Our guest author from Manchester chose the best exotic destinations for summer holidays in Russia.


Travelling, even in your own country but especially abroad, is always a challenge. New customs, people, language, and money... Money question is sometimes the most problematic even before you leave for holiday. Our guest author Emily Roberts has listed essential tips for planning your budget, insurance, and travel expenses.


Russian tradition of open-air markets and fairs continues to this day and not only on specific days. You can shop for souvenirs, clothes, food and many other items in the market in many Russian cities. However, as you are about to come into close contact with Russian vendors, our guest author Daniela Baker shares some tips for successful shopping in a Russian market.


Russian summers are renowned for extreme heat and turf fires. We present you with a guide on how to survive the summer season in Russia, especially Moscow and other big cities.


Russia is a great place to visit. There are plenty of things to do and plenty of spots to explore in this country. Don't judge Russia by stereotypes. Bears don't walk along the streets, there is no snow in summer and yes, we have McDonalds, Sturbacks and other American chains (we don't live on another planet). But there are some points you should remember while planning your trip.


Yekaterinburg is rich with leisure activities for New Year holidays. You can go to museums and Christmas fairs, drink hot tea in cozy cafes or make the most of winter by visiting an ice skating rink. In this article you will find useful information about some of outdoor ice rinks in Yekaterinburg.


If you are going to visit St. Petersburg during this winter season, dont forget to come to an ice rink and enjoy skating in this picturesque city.


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