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Coronavirus quarantine. 7 easy steps on how to find yourself in Russia staying at home 🤣

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During this uneasy time, we have to help to stop the spread of the coronavirus, to cancel all our trips and to stay at home on quarantine. But what about a little cheer up? Let’s travel all together to Russia without leaving your flat? Read how through 7 easy steps find yourself in Russia and…

An unforgettable experience in the Republic of Buryatia

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Untypical Russia: Buryatia Have you heard about the Republic of Buryatia region before? To locate it on the map, you need to turn your head right to the Eastern Siberia, find Lake Baikal and spot a dot with the name Ulan-Ude next to it. It’s to the southeast of Baikal. Found it? Ulan-Ude is the…

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Russia during the Trans-Siberian Railway tour

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Probably every person on the planet wanted to visit Russia at least once in his or her life. Everyone knows about this country due to its huge territory, rich long history, and celebrated culture. But how can you plan a trip to Russia if you want to see more than one city? There are Moscow,…

10 interesting facts about the Trans-Siberian Railway

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The Trans-Siberian Railway has attracted travelers from different countries for more than a century now. Taking a Trans-Siberian train is one of the most exciting journeys in the world, and there is a big chance it is on your bucket list after you saw a documentary or a travel blog post about this unique train…

TOP 6 places in Moscow to experience Soviet Russia

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One of Moscow historians once said that two powers influenced the way Moscow looked today. Those powers were communism and capitalism. Opposite from Saint Petersburg, where royal heritage created a unique atmosphere of a European capital, Moscow is full of reminders about a country that does not exist anymore, the Soviet Union. Below you will…

Christmas souvenirs from Russia

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If you are brave enough to visit Russia in winter, you would probably want to come back home with something that says “Yes, I made it to Russia”. Buying souvenirs in Russia may sound easy at the beginning. Every tour guide book will have a list of the best Russian souvenirs, such as Russian nesting…

Tips how to enjoy Russian winter

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Today is November 2nd, in Moscow, we saw the first snow already not to tell about Siberia. The first snowflakes are a signal of coming winter and cold weather of course. But cold weather is not the reason to become gloomy. Quite the contrary most people are happy because it is a great chance to…

5 reasons to take Winter Trans-Siberian Railway Tour

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Winter is the best time to travel to Russia. Winter Trans-Siberian Railway tour is the best way to travel to Russia. When thinking about mysterious “Russian winter”, such associations as everlasting frosts, bears on streets full of snowbanks, reindeer, Russian troika ride with bells, people wearing valenki on feet and fur coats together with ushanka…

Trans-Siberian Railroad Tour Food

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Russian pickled vegetables served with vodka during Trans-Siberian Do you want to feel what Russian cuisine is? Have you ever tried Russian food? Original Beef Stroganoff, Chak-Chak, Rye Bread, Pelmeni, Ukha, Pozy? The legendary Trans-Siberian Railroad Tour provides a great opportunity not only to see how big and diverse Russia…

Lake Baikal Environmental Problems

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When a foreigner asks a question: “What are the best reasons to visit Russia?”. Lake Baikal will be one of the most popular answers for sure! Lake Baikal is the largest, the deepest and the oldest freshwater lake in the world. It is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is called the Pearl of Siberia and…