Travel Guide To Russia

  • Moscow, Russia:
    Moscow is not only the capital of Russia but is also the most densely populated city in the region. This city is a centre of politics and scientific research not only for Russia but also for the whole of Eastern Europe. By going here, you get a chance to visit Ostankino Tower which is the largest free standing structure in Europe. Along with this, Moscow is also home to some amazing historical and architectural beauties such as the St Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin. And if that isn’t enough then don’t worry because you can still get a look at some of the world’s most acclaimed museums and art galleries as well.
  • St. Petersburg:
    Have you ever seen a place that reminds you to a fairytale? Well if not, then St Petersburg is the place for you to go to right now! This city is an epitome of historical and archeological beauty brought on under the reign of the Tsars. Moving around the city you will be able to gaze at the city’s baroque bridges and spectacular palaces. Out of these, the Winter Palace also provides you with access to some great historical collections. And if you’re a fan of gardens then you should definitely visit the Summer Gardens at palatial Peterhof which has a spectacular view.
  • Pskov & Pechory:
    The city of Pskov is found on the north west of Russia and is only located about 25 to 30 km away from Estonia. This town, which is said to be founded in the 10th century, is one of the oldest one in the region. Due to this reason, this town is the perfect place for you to visit if you’re a fan of history and archeological things. And after a further drive of no more than 20 minutes, you get to see the small town of Pechory which is famous because of the monasteries and the peaceful surroundings which combine to give you a sense of serenity.