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Russia is the largest country in the world, spanning nine time zones, the whole continent of Asia and forty percent of Europe. Stretching from the Kaliningrad Oblast on the Baltic Sea to Vladivostok on the Pacific Ocean, this country is huge. Cross the country from Europe to the Pacific Ocean aboard the iconic Trans-Siberian Express or explore Moscow, St Petersburg and the fascinating cities of the Golden Ring.

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Irkutsk

Irkutsk

Historically the home of a wealth of revolutionary artists and intellectuals who were exiled to Siberia in the 19th-century, Irkutsk is now one of the province’s largest cities. Now prominent because of its Trans-Siberian fame, it is one of the most popular stop-off...

Kazan

The capital of the historic republic of Tartarstan, with a prime location on the banks of the Volga and Kazanka rivers, Kazan is a city in boom. In recent years, it’s been recognized as the 3rd capital of Russia, and its economic greatness runs all the way back to the...

Khabarovsk

Located along the impressive Amur River in Eastern Russia, on the border of Russia and China, Khabarovsk is an unexpected surprise of a city after miles and miles of snowy forest to the west. The city boasts pretty, tree-lined boulevards, a beautiful and well-developed...

Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal

Located in Siberia just north of the Mongolian border, and dating back over 25 million years, Lake Baikal is the oldest and deepest fresh water lake in the world, containing more water than all the North American Great Lakes combined. Surrounded by mile-high snowcapped...

Moscow

Moscow

Moscow’s streets are a gateway to the past. The city seldom sleeps, and history is always being made. Here, the cultural pulse and black cobbles of Red Square, home to Lenin’s Mausoleum and the towering brick walls of the Kremlin, throbs with visitors. The...

Novosibirsk

Novosibirsk

The third most populous in Russia, Novosibirsk is a city in Siberia born out of the Trans-Siberian railway. Dating back to just 1893, the city rapidly grew from a small settlement along the Ob River to the mature hub of today, with its rich cultural and entertainment...

St-Petersburg

St Petersburg

Towering where the River Neva meets the shoreline of the Baltic Sea, St Petersburg has been an important Russian hub since being founded by Tsar Peter the Great in 1703. It is now the most northerly city in the world boasting, amongst other wonders, one of the world’s...

Ulan Ude temple

Ulan Ude

Situated on the eastern side of Lake Baikal in Eastern Siberia, Ulan-Ude is a fascinating city of contrasts – at once exotic and mysterious as well as welcoming and cosy. The numerous Buddhist temples in and around the city play host to the largest Buddhist population...

Vladivostok

Vladivostok

Vladivostok is Russia’s largest port on the Pacific Ocean that was closed to foreigners for over thirty years during the Cold War. The Russian Pacific Fleet is based in the waters just off Golden Horn Bay and you can see the boats from the shore. The city is also the...

Yekaterinburg

Yekaterinburg

Yekaterinburg takes its name from Catherine, the wife of Peter the Great, and is synonymous with the tragic last days of Tsar Nicholas II and his family after the October Revolution of 1917. Today, the city is the 4th most populous in Russia with a population of 1.5...

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