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Astrakhan Oblast is an amazing and mysterious region attracting tourists with its location which implies a large fish catch. The great Russian Volga River and about 900 of its tributaries flow on the territory of the region, which also has access to the largest closed reservoir of the planet - the Caspian Sea.


Today Nizhny Novgorod Oblast is a large industrial, cultural and scientific centre of Russia. Its territory encompasses more than 3,000 monuments of history, architecture and urban planning, as well as many high-quality hotels, resorts and tourist centres.


Kostroma Oblast is one of the most beautiful regions of our country. It has more than 2.5 thousand monuments of architecture, history and religion, miraculous springs, holy monasteries, unique historical ensembles... All these things attract thousands of tourists every year.


Mountain resort Alpika-Service, located on the slopes of the Aibga ridge, is often called the heart of Krasnaya Polyana.


Krasnaya Polyana has long gained the reputation of a destination with excellent winter air. This is explained by the special snow condensed from the sea air upon mild climate.


Ivanovo Oblast can boast of rich artistic traditions. The ancient villages of Palekh and Kholui are known for their lacquer miniatures and the school of icon painting. Shuya has many churches, monasteries and monuments of landscape gardening sculpture.


The land is surprisingly fertile, beautiful, green, as well as rich in all sorts of attractions. Do you want to see Russia at the crossroads of past and present? Then you should definitely visit Penza Oblast.


The Volga region is surprisingly rich in all sorts of wonders and miracles: just take Udmurtia alone - the birthplace of pelmeni, Kalashnikov assault rifle and composer Tchaikovsky. The golden Khokhloma of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Samarskaya Luka national park, the city of cars - Tolyatti, the industrial giant Naberezhnye Chelny, and the famous Volga Bulgaria - the cities of Elabuga and Bulgar.


The Volga region can offer tourists almost all kinds of recreation, except, perhaps, a jeep safari on the sand dunes. The fans of ecotourism and those who simply want to admire the nature will be happy to see the Volga landscapes praised by poets.


Currently, there are two modern ski resorts in the vicinity of Tegenekli, providing a full range of services in extreme sports - Cheget and Azau. In addition to the developed ski infrastructure, the region boasts of high quality balneological health resorts.


Among the reasons why tourists choose Volen is not only proximity to the capital and picturesque surroundings, but also a variety of trails, a well-developed infrastructure for a ski holiday and a lot of related entertainment.


Just imagine: rustling of well-rolled snow under the tracks, aromatic mulled wine and first-class Siberian cuisine - all with views of the main treasure of the planet.


10 tracks of the park "Yakhroma" give an opportunity for skiers of any level to show their skills. In addition to skiing, "Yakhroma" offers a variety of attractions in the amusement park.


The classic Golden Ring includes 10 cities, notable for its historical and cultural monuments and located on a virtual circle to the northeast of Moscow.


There are classic and extended routes around the Golden Ring. Depending on the programs of tour operators, they can include neighboring cities - by the way, no less remarkable in terms of landscapes, traditions and culture.


The name Golden Ring was given to the largest network of tourist routes in Russia, passing through several ancient cities of the country. A large number of historical and architectural monuments, museums, and handicraft centers of applied folk art are concentrated in large and small settlements.


The nature of the island is really breathtaking: pines on the rocks, a huge variety of plants, including berries; boundless sea, rich in fish and a habitat for many species of marine animals and birds.


Lake Onega (Onego) is located in the northwestern part of Russia, on the territory of Karelia, the Leningrad and Vologda regions. This is the second largest freshwater lake in Europe after Ladoga. Tourists come here for ecotourism, annual regatta and other entertainment.


One of the pearls of the Arkhangelsk Territory is Kenozersky National Park that is located 90 km west of Kargopol.


Speleotourism (exploration of underground caves) implies visiting natural or man-made caves and labyrinths. It is attractive due to the variety of their relief, creating obstacles for passage (wells, narrow gaps, underground rivers, etc.), as well as extreme and unfavorable physical conditions (high humidity and lack of natural light). This kind of adventure tourism is incredibly popular among young people.


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