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Russia is not only grand in size but also in its history and culture. It offers unique historic cities, a tranquil countryside, unforgettable train journeys, too much vodka and is an artistic mecca.

Russia’s capital Moscow and St Petersburg and must-see destinations. Moscow’s historic core is the Kremlin, a complex that is home to its President Vladimir Putin. Outside its walls you will find the famous cobblestoned Red Square, the very heart of this big city. 

St Petersburg is a Russian port city on the Baltic Sea. It currently Russia’s cultural centre, with venues such as the Mariinsky Theatre hosting opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum showcasing Russian art, from Orthodox icon paintings to Kandinsky works.

Photographs do not do the Caucasus Mountains justice, you must see them for yourself. Here you can take short hikes through meadows, passing waterfalls and up into Alpine Heights from the villages of Dombay and Arkyz.

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From the amazing artwork inside Moscow’s metro system to having a Big Mac at Europe’s largest McDonald's located at Pushkin Square. In the evening, why not see a show at the Bolshoi Theatre.

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Sergiev Posad

Sergiev Posad is located 70km north of Moscow. The highlight of any visit here is to see the famous Monastery of Sergiev Posad, known to be the most beautiful monastery in all of Russia.

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St Petersburg

Russia’s second largest city and main cultural centre was once home to its founder Peter the Great. St Petersburg is made up of many islands and is often referred to as the “Venice of the North”.