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A country filled with myriad of experiences that are unique and incredible, Russia caters perfectly to the people with varied interests, especially those looking out to take a dip into history and culture. From the colossal fortresses, grand cathedrals lining its wide streets, a chain of glorious old cities like Moscow and ancient gems like St Petersburg to opera centres, trendy bars and restaurants sprinkled amid the Soviet-era architecture, the Russia Tourist Places offer a perfect concoction of the old and the new.

Planning a trip to Russia? Here’s a quick look at all the best of Russia Tourist Attractions you should bookmark for your trip. To help you choose from a diverse portfolio of Russia Attractions and Sightseeing, we have filtered out some of the most worthy Places to visit in Russia.

Scroll down and discover what interests you! We will help you tick off all the amazing Russia Tourist Destinations and Spots featuring on the top of your bucket list. 

Best Tourist Places to Visit in Russia and Moscow:

Lenins Mausoleum

Lenin's Mausoleum, also known as Lenin's Tomb, situated in Red Square in the centre of Moscow, is a mausoleum that currently serves as the resting place of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin. His preserved body has been on public display there since shortly after his death in 1924, with rare exceptions in wartime. Lenin’s body has been placed in a glass sarcophagus, and thousands of visitors come here every day to to see it. You can experience this unique way of preserving body by visiting Lenin’s tomb on your Moscow Trip. Mausoleum or the tomb is open for visitors on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 1 PM

Saint Basils Cathedral

Saint Basil’s Cathedral is church in the Red Square in Moscow. Popularly known as Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the official name of the building which is a museum now is ‘The Cathedral of the Intersection of the Virgin by the Moat’. There are another names to the Cathedral as well, ‘The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed is’ or ‘Pokrovsky Cathedral’. Built between 1555 and 1561 this cathedral it was once the tallest building until 1600 when Ivan the Great Bell Tower was completed. The Cathedral was ordered by Ivan the Terrible to mark the 1552 capture of Kazan from Mongol forces and it was completed in 1560. Today Saint Basil’s is located at one end of Red Square, Moscow. This is just across from the Spasskaya tower of the Kremlin. This is not too large and consists of nine chapels built on a single foundation. The color and the shape of this building is such which no other building in the world has come close to match so far. All in all the Saint Basil’s Cathedral is a beautiful work of architectural brilliance. It is one of the best Places to Visit in Moscow.

Red Square

Red Square is a city square in Moscow. It is known as city square because Moscow’s major streets, which connect to Russia’s major highways, starts from the Red Square. Red square which lies in the heart of Moscow separates Kremlin, the former royal citadel and currently the official residence of the President of Russia, from a historic merchant quarter known as Kitai-gorod. Red Square has been a place for public gatherings, celebrations of festivals and even watching executions in the past. Apart from soaking in the history and atmosphere, there are plenty of things for the tourist to do in and around the Red Square.

Sparrow Hills

Sparrow Hills formerly known as Lenin Hills between 1935 and 1999 is a hill on the right bank of the Moskva River and one of the highest points in Moscow reaching a height of 80 m above the river level.

Metro Victory Park

Moscow State University

Hermitage Museum

The State Hermitage Museum is a museum of art and culture in Saint Petersburg Russia. The second-largest art museum in the world it was founded in 1764 when Empress Catherine the Great acquired an impressive collection of paintings from the Berlin merchant Johann Ernst Gotzkowsky. The museum celebrates the anniversary of its founding each year on 7 December Saint

Russian Academy of Fine Arts Museum

Church of the Savior on Blood

The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood is a former Russian Orthodox church in Saint Petersburg Russia which currently functions as a secular museum. The structure was constructed between 1883 and 1907. It is one of Saint Petersburgs major attractions.

Smolny Cathedral

The Smolny Cathedral in St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful churches in Russia. Smolny Cathedral is a part of Smolny Convent or the Smolny Convent of the Resurrection which is located at the Ploschad Rastrelli on the Neva River Bank. This blue and white building is a brilliance and architectural master piece. This master piece is design work of Italian architect Franceso Bartolomeo Rastrelli. He designed and built the cathedral between 1748 and 1764. The church is 93.7 meters tall and there are also four churches around the cathedral. Currently Smolny Cathedral is used primarily as a concert hall. Needless to say it is one of must visit Tourist Places in St. Petersburg.

Bronze Horseman

The Bronze Horseman is an equestrian statue of Peter the Great in the Senate Square in Saint Petersburg Russia. It has opened to the public on 7 August 1782. Commissioned by Catherine the Great it was created by the French sculptor tienne Maurice FalconetThe Bronze Horseman is an equestrian statue of Peter the Great in the Senate Square in Saint Petersburg Russia. It has opened to the public on 7 August 1782. Commissioned by Catherine the Great it was created by the French sculptor tienne Maurice Falconet. The name comes from an 1833 poem of the same name by Aleksander Pushkin which is widely considered one of the most significant works of Russian literature. The statue is now one of the symbols of Saint Petersburg.

Admiralty Building

Saint Isaacs Cathedral

St. Isaac's Cathedral, St. Petersburg, is the largest Russian Orthodox cathedral in the city and is dedicated to Saint Isaac of Dalmatia, a patron saint of Peter the Great, who had been born on the feast day of that saint.

St. Basils Cathedral

The geometric domes and vivid tones of this 16th-century cathedral are almost garish up close but they perfectly complement the solid red brick of the Kremlin wall and the gray cobblestones of Red Square. The church was built to honor the victory over Mongol Tatars in 1555 and legend has it that Ivan the Terrible had its architects eyes poked out to keep him from making anything to rival Mo

Kremlin Hill

Kremlin Hill is one of the seven hills of Moscow. Altitude up to 145 m. The hill is situated in the city centre at the confluence of the Moscow River and Neglinnaya River. The Red Square and the upland part of the Kitai-gorod are located on the hill.

Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics

The Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics is a museum in Moscow Russia dedicated to space exploration. It is located within the base of the Monument to the Conquerors of Space in the north-east of the city. The museum contains a wide variety of Soviet and Russian space-related exhibits and models which explore the history of flight astronomy space exploration space technolog

Arbat St

Peterhof Palace

The Peterhof Palace Russian IPA is a series of palaces and gardens located in Petergof Saint Petersburg Russia commissioned by Peter the Great as a direct response to the Palace of Versailles by Louis XIV of France. Originally intending it in 1709 for country habitation Peter the Great sought to expand the property as a result of his visit to the French royal court in 1717 inspiring th

The Hermitage Pavilion

Kazan Cathedral Moscow

Kazan Cathedral Russian formally known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan is a Russian Orthodox church located on the northeast corner of Red Square in Moscow Russia. The current building is a reconstruction of the original church which was destroyed at the direction of then General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party o

Kazan Kremlin

The Kazan Kremlin is the chief historic citadel of Russia situated in the city of Kazan. It was built at the behest of Ivan the Terrible on the ruins of the former castle of Kazan khans. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 2000.

Tverskaya Street

Tverskaya Street known between 1935 and 1990 as Gorky Street is the main radial street in Moscow. The street runs Northwest from the central Manege Square in the direction of Saint Petersburg and terminates at the Garden Ring giving the name to Tverskoy District. The route continues further as First Tverskaya-Yamskaya Street Leningradsky Avenue and Leningradskoye Hig

Novosibirsk State Art Museum

The Novosibirsk State Art Museum is a museum in Tsentralny City District of Novosibirsk Russia. The building was designed by architect Andrey Kryachkov.

Chapel of St. Nicholas

Cathedral of The Epiphany

Ulan-Ude Ethnographic Museum

The Ulan-Ude Ethnographic Museum is an outdoor museum located in the village Upper Berezovka eight kilometres northeast of Ulan-Ude Buryatia.

Church on the Blood

Trinity Orthodox Vladimir Cathedral

Orthodox Parish of St. Nicholas Church

Church of St. Nicholas

Buryatia Nature Museum

Cathedral of Saint Demetrius

Saint George Cathedral (Church)

Vladimir Suzdal Museum Reserve

Local Museum of Arts

Epiphany Cathedrals Bell Tower

Ipatiev Monastery

Trinity Cathedral

Saviour Church on the City

Les-Chudodey Museum

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour is a Russian Orthodox cathedral in Moscow Russia on the northern bank of the Moskva River a few hundred metres southwest of the Kremlin. With an overall height of 103 metres it is the third tallest Orthodox Christian church building in the world after the Peoples Salvation Cathedral in Bucharest Romania and Saints Peter and Paul Cathe

Novospassky Monastery

Novospassky Monastery is one of the Russian Orthodox Church fortified monasteries surrounding Moscow from the south-east. The abbey traces its history back to Moscows first monastery established in the early 14th century at the location where the Danilov Monastery now stands. The Church of the Savior in the Wood of the Kremlin was its original katholikon. Upon its removal to t

Kazan Cathedral St. Petersburg

Kazan Cathedral or Kazanskiy Kafedralniy Sobor also known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan is a cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church on the Nevsky Prospekt in Saint Petersburg. It is dedicated to Our Lady of Kazan one of the most venerated icons in Russia.

Peter and Paul Cathedral

The Peter and Paul Cathedral is a Russian Orthodox cathedral located inside the Peter and Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg Russia. It is the first and oldest landmark in St. Petersburg built between 1712 and 1733 on Hare Island along the Neva River. Both the cathedral and the fortress were originally built under Peter the Great and designed by Domenico Trezzini. The cathedrals bell to

Saint Isaacs Bridge

Isaakievsky pontoon bridge was the first bridge across Neva river in St.Petersburg by then the capital of Russian Empire. It was first constructed in 1727. Starting from 1732 it was rebuilt each summer for a period 184 years. The bridge was named after th

Church of the Savior on Waters

Moscow Kremlin

The Moscow Kremlin or simply the Kremlin is a fortified complex in the center of Moscow overlooking the Moskva River to the south Saint Basils Cathedral and Red Square to the east and the Alexander Garden to the west. It is the best known of the kremlins and includes five palaces four cathedrals and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers. In addition within this comple

Triumphal Arch of Moscow

The third and the oldest surviving Triumphal Arch in Moscow was built in 182934 on Tverskaya Zastava Square to Joseph Bovs designs in order to commemorate Russias victory over Napoleon. It replaced an earlier wooden structure built by the veterans of the Napoleonic Wars in 1814.

Sculpture Babr

Znamensky Monastery

Tourist Monument

Holy Cross Cathedral

Triumphal Arch Moscow Gates

Irkutsk Cathedral Mosque

Landfill Museum

Tsaritsyno Park

Tsaritsyno is a palace museum and park reserve in the south of Moscow. It was founded in 1776 by the order of Catherine the Great. The palace has lent its name to the surrounding district and the nearby metro station.


Moscow Zoo

The Moscow Zoo or Moskovsky Zoopark is a 21.5-hectare zoo founded in 1864 by professor-biologists K.F. Rulje S.A. Usov and A.P. Bogdanov from the Moscow State University. In 1919 the zoo was nationalized. In 1922 the ownership was transferred to the Government of Moscow and has remained under Moscows control ever since.


Museum of Military Glory

Moscow Paleontological Museum

The Orlov Museum of Paleontology was founded by Paleontological Institute of Russian Academy of Sciencies in 1937 prior to the XVII session of the International Geological Congress. It is named after Yuri Alexandrovich Orlov.

Palace Square

Palace Square connecting Nevsky Prospekt with Palace Bridge leading to Vasilievsky Island is the central city square of St Petersburg and of the former Russian Empire. Many significant events took place there including the Bloody Sunday massacre and parts of the October Revolution of 1917.

Peter and Paul Fortress

The Peter and Paul Fortress is the original citadel of St. Petersburg Russia founded by Peter the Great in 1703 and built to Domenico Trezzinis designs from 1706 to 1740 as a star fortress. Between the first half of the 1700s and early 1920s it served as a prison for political criminals. It has been a museum since 1924.

Winter Palace

The Winter Palace was the official residence of the Russian Emperors from 1732 to 1917. Today the palace and its precincts form the Hermitage Museum. Situated between Palace Embankment and Palace Square in Saint Petersburg adjacent to the site of Peter the Greats original Winter Palace the present and fourth Winter Palace was built and altered almost continuously between th

Cathedral Square Moscow

Cathedral Square or Sobornaya Square is the central square of the Moscow Kremlin where all of its streets used to converge in the 15th century. The square owes its name to the three cathedrals facing it Cathedral of the Dormition Cathedral of the Archangel and Cathedral of the Annunciation. Cathedral Square is famous as the site of solemn coronation and funeral processions of all the Russian tsars patriarchs and Grand Dukes of Moscow. Even today the square is used in the inauguration ceremony of the President of Russia.

Summer Palace

This was one of the first palaces of St. Petersburg where Peter the Great, the first Russian Emperor, spent the summer months. The palace was originally surrounded by water on three sides and marked the beginning of the glorious history of Petersburg palaces. The Summer Palace today gives its visitors a rare opportunity to see life as it was 300 years ago.

Church of Resurrection on Spilled Blood

Church of Resurrection on Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg: The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood is one of the main sights of St. Petersburg. This Church was built on the site where Emperor Alexander II was fatally wounded in March 1881.

State Hermitage Museum

State Hermitage Museum is a museum of art and culture and is one of the largest and oldest museums in the world since 1764. Its collections comprise over three million items including the largest collection of paintings in the world

St. Petersburg in Winter

Winter in St. Petersburg, Russia is majestic. If you decide to feel the magic in St. Petersburg in winters then you must be extra ready. You would deal with snow covered city, very cold days, extra long and dark nights added with slippery roads. Yes it is cold and dark in winter but it is the best in winter too if you love nature poetry, because city looks best in winter. When you think of visiting St. Petersburg in winter then be ready to be seduced by mesmerising views of frozen lakes, rivers and beautiful snowflakes in the sun. When sunlight falls upon the streets, you probably cannot imagine anything better than this. City gets in party mood so you get to see plenty of plenty of premieres and parties to fill the long dark evenings going at full pace.

White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg

White Nights is basically a period every year in St. Petersburg when nights are bright. White Nights starts in May, when the city finally succumbs to spring and the parks are filled with flowering trees, but mid-June is peak time, as the sun slumps lazily towards the horizon but never fully sets. This festival organised by the Saint Petersburg City Administration, the festival begins in May with the "Stars of the White Nights" at Mariinsky Theatre and ends in July. White Night festival attracts lot of travellers. This festival hosts series of classical ballet, opera and music events which is performed by various Russian dancers, singers and musicians.

Sapsan Russia

Sapsan is Russian high speed electric train which connected Moscow and St. Petersburg in its early years. This high speed trains came into operations in 2009. Initially connecting Moscow and St. Petersburg Sapsan now connects Moscow to Nizhniy Novgorod too. The train takes 3 hours 40 minutes from Moscow to St. Petersburg without an intermediate stop and takes 3 hours 55 minutes from Moscow to Nizhniy Novgorod without an intermediate stop. After all this one must be curious to know the speed of the Train. Well the speed of this profit making train is 250 km/hour at its peak, but it has crossed this speed as well at certain times

Bolshoi Theatre

The Bolshoi Theater in Moscow is one of the world's greatest opera and ballet theaters, and one of Moscow's top visitor attractions. The Bolshoi building, which for many years now has been regarded as one of Moscow's main sights, was opened on 20 October 1856 and rebuilt 2002 onward. The Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of Russia for all time. It was awarded this honor due to the major contribution it made to the history of the Russian performing arts. Bolshoi still happens to be one of the best places of ballet and opera art in the world. This is still one of the best theaters. Theater has its own proud tradition and unmatched and unforgettable atmosphere. Your Moscow trip is simply incomplete without an evening visit to Bolshoi Theater.

Nikulin Circus

Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoi Boulevard, or Nikulin's Circus, is located on Tsvetnoi Boulevard in the Tverskoy District of central Moscow. It was the only circus in the city between 1926 and 1971, and still remains the most popular one. The first and original building was built and opened in 1880. Nikulinís circus is considered one of the best in the world and rightfully so. Every single act is a perfection. Itís beautiful, artistic, creative, and just amazing. The shows at the Nikulin Circus also have a very theatrical feel to them, with quite a formal atmosphere, a serious approach to circus artistry, and the acts normally connected by a particular theme or narrative thread

The Moscow Kremlin

The Moscow Kremlin, usually referred to as the Kremlin, is a fortified complex at the heart of Moscow, overlooking the Moskva River to the south, Saint Basil's Cathedral and Red Square to the east, and the Alexander Garden to the west. It is the best known of the Kremlins (Russian citadels) and includes five palaces, four cathedrals, and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers. Also within this complex is the Grand Kremlin Palace. The complex serves as the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation.

Moscow Metro

Moscow is timeless. It is one of the most significance and famous place on the planet. Since decades it has attracted travellers for so many reasons. Moscow metro is also one among them. 195 stations, route length of 325.4 km, mostly undergrounded and with the deepest section 74 metres, underground at the Park Pobedy station, one of the world’s deepest. The first design of the metro was submitted in 1902 but the plans were delayed and finally got approved in 1931. Many of the 195 stations have interesting architecture and design that reflect the time and era they were built in. Moscow metro by all means is not just a transportation system but it carries allot of historical and contemporary elements that any traveller can be mesmerised with. Moscow metro also happens to be the busiest in the world by daily ridership with average of more than 6.5 million and is the sixth longest route in the world.

Moscow River Cruise

River cruise is the most relaxing and picturesque tour that Moscow can offer. Moscow river cruise is a great way to enjoy the view of historic landmarks and its main attractions. This is a perfect alternative to City Tour by car.

Kremlin Suzdal

The Kremlin is the oldest part of the Russian town of Suzdal which dates back to 10th century. It was there before Moscow Kremlin. Inside this Kremlin, the Archbishop’s Chambers houses the Suzdal History Exhibition, which includes a visit to the 18th-century Cross Hall, which was used for receptions. There are more exhibits in the 1635 Kremlin bell tower in the yard. Kremlin has number of churches and house inside of which Nativity of the Virgin Cathedral is one important cathedral.

Wooden Church of St. Nicholas

This wooden church was moved to Suzdal in 1960 from Glotovo and interesting thing about this church is that it is elevated off the ground about a story high from when the church was moved across the country. The church is made of all woods and it represents the beautiful relationship between wood and stone architecture of Russia and the precision of Russians who made this church.

St. John Baptist Church

This church was also made around the same time of wooden church of St. Nicholas. But you can see the mark difference in the architecture of the two. Opposite to Church of St. Nicholas which is made of all woods, St. John Baptist church is made of white plastered walls with wooden supports. This shows how vivid Russian architecture was since old times.

Intercession Convent

The convent was founded in 1364. In its center stands the cathedral of the Intercession; it was an add-on built in 1518. There is no painting in the interior of cathedral or stained glass; it is simply plain white stone walls all around. The church was and still is one of the richest convents in Russia. The convent is the home of many nuns and is also the burial vault for twenty nuns of noble birth. An art museum is connected to the white stoned wall cathedral which you can take a tour of. There are many paintings but none in the cathedral itself. This building is filled with arches and art created in the 16th and 17th century.

Kamchatka Peninsula

The Kamchatka Peninsula is a 1,250-kilometre-long peninsula in the Russian Far East, with an area of about 270,000 km². Kamchatka is 900 miles long and it is closer to Alaska than it is to Moscow. On the eastern tip of Russia, between the Pacific Ocean to the east and sea of Okhotsk to the west, Kamchatka has over 150 volcanoes and 29 out of them are active ones on peninsula. Kamchatka has group of 19 volcanoes known as Volcanoes of Kamchatka which is UNESCO world heritage site. Kamchatka remains snow covered from October to late May. With the presence of both Volcanoes and ice, Kamchatka is also known as “land of fire and ice

Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka Peninsula

Valley of Geysers in Russia is a Geyser field on Kamchatka Peninsula and it has second largest concentration of Geysers in the world. There are approximately 90 Geysers. It is situated in the Russian far east on Kamchatka region mainly on the left bank of quite deepening Geysernaya River. This place is wonderful but difficult to reach. Besides helicopters no other feasible means of travel are available. The place was discovered only less than 100 years ago.

Solovetsky Island, Onega Bay Russia

Solovetsky, an archipelago is located in the Onega Bay of the White Sea Russia. Solovetsky’s identity as an administrative division is as Solovetsky district of Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia. Solovetsky is a group of Islands and majority of the population of all islands live in Solovetsky which is estimated at 861 inhabitants as of the 2010 census. There are 6 islands and so total area together they cover is 347 square KM. These six islands namely are Bolshoy solovetsky islands, Anzersky islands, Bolshaya Mukasalma, Malaya Mukasalma, Bolshoy Zayatsky and Maly Zayatsky.

Altai Mountains

Russia is a country of water, mountain, forests, snow and much more. Altai is known as Golden Mountains. Altai mountain is a range in Central and East Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan come together. They say pictures tell you all the stories and picture of Altai mountains definitely speak allot. You can hike to the five highest mountains of Altai which are Belukha, Khuiten peak, Monkh Khairkhan, Tsambagarav and Sutai Mountain. Altai is home to diverse fauna as well. And another major attraction here is Lake Kucherla.

Kizhi Island, Republic of Karelia

Kizhi is an island near the geometrical center of the Lake Onega in the Republic of Karelia, Russia. It is elongated from north to south and is about 6 km long, 1 km wide and is about 68 km away from the capital of Karelia, Petrozavodsk. Settlements and churches on the island were known from at least the 15th century. Kizhi since early times used to be stopover place for travellers. Kizhi pogost which is a major attraction of this island today is actually two churches and a bell tower that were built in 18th century. Kizhi island is little different than other islands of Onega lake. Kizhi has weak water flow and shallow and uneven lake bottom with depth of only 2-3 mtrs at major places while the average depth of Onega is 31 mtrs. Today Kizhi Pogost lives on as one of the largest open air museum in Russia.


Sochi is often called the unofficial 'Summer Capital' of Russia, or the Black Sea Pearl. It is one of the southernmost places of Russia and 1600kms from Moscow. Located along the Black Sea, Sochi became very popular as a tourist destination especially after 2014 Winter Olympics. Sochi is one of the most multi-ethnic cities in Russia with people of more than 100 ethnic groups living there. Sochi belongs to that tiny part of Russia, which is happily located in the subtropical climatic zone. Sochi has many sightseeing places like Riviera Park, Sochi Art Museum, Museum of Sochi Sport Honour, Sochi Discovery World Aquarium, Sochi Olympic Park


With a population of about 1.3 million, a rich history, deep culture and strong economic influence, thus taking the title from Nizhny Novgorod. Kazan has just recently earned the reputation of a sports city. Kazan peacefully blends Muslim and Christian cultures. Kazan has long been a focal point of higher education in Russia. This vibrant city with over 1000 years of history is an excellent travel destination, and the number of tourists visiting is rapidly increasing every year. There are several interesting things to see inside the Kremlin, including Suyumbike Tower, Kul-Sharif Mosque, Annunciation Cathedral, State Hermitage Museum in Kazan, State Museum of the Tatar State etc

Lake Baikal

It is the biggest and deepest freshwater lake in the world, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the planet's deepest (1637m) and oldest lake, as well as its largest body of freshwater, containing over one fifth of the world's supply. The water mass is a key factor to the climate of the lake's banks. Winters are often milder, summers are chillier. Zabaykalsky National Park is very popular among tourists visiting Lake Baikal

Trans Siberian Railway

Trans-Siberian is the longest railway line in the world. It connects Asia and Europe. The Trans-Siberian Railway is often associated with the main transcontinental Russian line that connects hundreds of large and small cities of the European and Asian parts of Russia. At 9259 km cover, it spans a record of seven time zones and takes 8 days to complete the journey. This is only third longest single line service in the world after Moscow – Pyongyang line which runs for 10267 km and Kiev - Vladivostok line which runs for 11085 km. Trans – Siberian railway reaches 3 countries Mongolia, China and North Korea

St. Sophia’s Cathedral, Novgorod

Russia is a country with numerous cathedrals in different parts of the country. Some of them are quite old with lot of historical significance. One of them is cathedral of St. Sophia. Built between 1045 and 1050, this is said to be the oldest church building in Russia. This 1000 years old church has lot of old elements of its own for visitors to see. Cathedral of St. Sophia is a 38 meter high, 5 domed stone building. This 5 domed cathedral had replaced 13 domes wooden church built in 989 and had the importance of being the main temple of the town. The Cathedral of St. Sophia can easily be said to be one of the most important monuments of ancient architecture in Russia.

Volga River Cruise

The Volga river is longest in Europe. It runs through Central Russia before finally merging into Caspian sea. Volga river is considered as national river of Russia as well. The river crosses through 11 big cities of Russia. Volga River Cruise which is quite exciting experience for travellers to begin with. considering the size of Russia one has to spend enough time from 7-10 days for visiting the most places in a single visit. The most popular cruise over here is between Moscow and St. Petersburg which takes from 7-10 days. But you need to add 2-3 days more in each city to see the sights there. Though both the cities are distanced by 650 km only yet the fascinating thing is that cruise passes through 10 different rivers, canals, lake and reservoirs.


Dombay is located 65 KM away from Black sea and 65 KM distant from the summit of Elbrus in an absolutely gorgeous place. So Dombay is located in Karachay Cherkess Republic, Russia within Teberda Nature Reserve. Dombay is in its youth as the city was founded in 1921 only. Dombay was given of status of urban type of settlement in 1965. During the time of Soviet Union Dombay was quite famous as a health resort while today Skiers and snowboarders find this place a great place as the infrastructure for Skiing and snowboarding is fully developed apart from natural beauty that surrounds Dombay. Dombay is popularly known as a ski center. Today Domaby attracts lot of tourists because of the facility of Skiing and Hiking trails. One can enjoy paragliding and skating also here. What adds to the attraction of this place is natural beauty of Caucasus Mountains.

Pskov and Pechory City

The ancient and historical Pskov is favourite place among tourists for its fortified riverside Kremlin and Trinity Cathedral. Pskov is as old as the country Russia is. It contains much of its medieval outer town walls and is full of picturesque churches and architectures. At a short distance from Pskov is Pechory which is famed for its monastery. Pechory is a town and the administrative center of Pechorsky District in Pskov Oblast, Russia. Pechory was founded as a posad in the 16th century near the Pskov-Caves Monastery established in 1473 by orthodox priest Jonah. If monastic law permits, enter the spooky burial caves where over 10,000 monks bodies lie in coffins, piled on top of each other in the tunnel walls.

Veliky Novgorod City

Veliky Novgorod, also known as Novgorod the Great, or Novgorod Veliky, or just Novgorod, is one of the most important historic cities in Russia, which serves as the administrative center of Novgorod Oblast. It is situated on the M10 federal highway connecting Moscow and St. Petersburg. Novgorod carries the cultural essence of Russia and so is inscribed on the world heritage list. UNESCO recognized Novgorod as a World Heritage site in 1992. A tourist can enjoy outdoor activities here at Volchov river complex by renting a boat, can play badminton or Russian games ‘Gorodki‘ and can also go for swimming in swimming pools. Shopping Wooden handicrafts and brich-bark paintings can be memorable


Yekaterinburg, also known as Ekaterinburg, is the fourth-largest city in Russia and the administrative centre of Sverdlovsk Oblast, located on the Iset River east of the Ural Mountains, in the middle of the Eurasian continent, at the boundary between Asia and Europe. It is the main cultural and industrial center of the oblast. In 2017, it had an estimated population of 1,488,791. Yekaterinburg has been dubbed the "third capital of Russia", as it is ranked third by the size of economy, culture, transportation and tourism. It is located about 1,420 kilometres to the east of Moscow. One can experience two different continent and enjoy many things in two different parts of the world. Apart from Yekaterinburg churches, Yekaterinburg museums, mansions and manors together with Yekaterinburg monuments can be of great interest for tourists

Petropavlovsk--Kamchatsky City

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is a city and the administrative, industrial, scientific, and cultural center of Kamchatka Krai, Russia. Pertopavlovsk – Kamchatsky lies on the far east land of Russia on the Kamchatka peninsula. This is the most eastern town in the northern hemisphere and the population here is more than 1,80,000. The city sits on high hills and volcanoes surrounds the city as well. From any place you look here a great landscape is right there and you would love to capture it in your camera. And the city has gone on to develop a good infrastructure for tourism. So many activities one can choose here to enjoy the day. Bear hunting, paragliding, volcano hiking, sailing and kayaking to fishing all you can do to make your trip a super hit.


Vladivostok is a major Pacific port city in Russia overlooking Golden Horn Bay, near the borders with China and North Korea. It's known as a terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railway, which links the city to Moscow in a 7-day journey. In the city center is Central Square, where a towering memorial pays tribute to local soldiers who fought Japanese forces in the early 20th century. Many tourists come to this place either at the beginning or at the end of their trip on Trans-Siberian. This far east city is a dream destination for travellers. The best attraction for viewing here is the Eagle’s nest hill which is also city centre’s highest point. If you are foodie then you will love this place big time. You can get variety of sea foods and because this place is near to Russia-China border you will get Chinese food in abundance here as well. The beautiful oak woods surrounds the city which can be a starting point for a weekend bus tour to the winter ski-slopes or water-falls in summer. There are some beautiful lotus lakes as well and the flowers blossom in August, so you can enjoy those as well while camping. The way to reach to Vladivostok is again by air from Moscow or of course the city is on eastern terminus of Trans Siberian route as well

Ruskeala, Republic of Karelia

Karelia is known as one of the most beautiful place in Russia. Karelia is a place famous for Ladoga lake and Ruskeala which attracts most of the tourists here. With lakes, waterfalls and trees growing on giant rocks, Karelia is a place of utmost natural beauty. Ruskeala mountain park is one of the major attraction here. The first thing that will catch your attention when you enter Ruskeala is Ahvenkoski waterfall, a great natural sight. Little away from Ahvenkoski waterfall is another beautiful waterfall called Ryymakoski. And the best part of Ruskeala is the mountain marble canyon which was turned into tourist attraction in 2005

Stolby Nature Reserve, Krasnoyarsk

Krasnoyarsk Stolby Nature Reserve is located on the southern bank of the Yenisei River, bordering the city of Krasnoyarsk, in Russia. The rocks and cliffs of Stolby are picturesque and you would love to see them for as long as possible. Their shapes and forms are literally majestic. And yes height is another attractive element. Smallest cliffs are 55 metres high and the tallest one goes up to 600 metres. Known for its dramatic complexes of rocks some part of the reserve is open for hikers who want to climb and see the rocks as well. The place is so popular that almost 2,00,000 tourists are recorded visiting this place per year. Those interested in exploring flora and fauna of the place can go for guided tours offered by Stolby nature reserve

Virgin Komi Forests

Virgin Komi Forest covers huge area, as big as 3.28 million ha of tundra and mountain tundra in the Urals. The forest belongs to Ural mountain and is the largest virgin forest in Europe. The “Virgin Komi Forests” was the first Russian natural site to be listed as World Heritage site. More than 40 mammals, 204 bird species, 16 fish species can be found here. Virgin Komi Forests are rich in natural monuments with different and sometimes unusual shape. It is a must see place when you travel to European part of Russia.

Volcanoes of Kamchatka

Kamchatka in Russia is one of the most volcanically active volcanic places on earth, only after Iceland and Hawaii. 29 active volcanoes are there which are included in 6 six UNESCO World heritage site sites in the Volcanoes of Kamchatka group. However The most active volcanoes on Kamchatka are Klyuchevsky, Shiveluch, Karymsky and Bezymianny. The volcano has not caused any death out of eruption which makes it not a threat. The three most beautiful volcanoes in Kamchatka are Kluchevskoy, Koryaksky and Kronotsky

Lena Pillars Nature Park

Lena pillar is an amazing natural rock formation in far eastern Siberia along the bank of Lena river. These naturally made pillars are between 500-1000 feet high and was listed as world heritage site in 2012. You can go boating to the site in less than a day from the city of Yakutsk, the capital of the autonomous Sakha Republic. Those interested in ecotourism, and those who visit Lake Baikal, can coordinate a river ride with the aid of a guide from the Lake Baikal region.

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