Every year millions of tourists visit Russia. There are many different reasons for travelling to Russia. First of all, it is the largest country in the world. Secondly, it is full of historical, architectural and natural wonders. Thirdly, Russia is a hospitable country, where visitors can easily feel at home. According to national traditions guests are always welcomed with bread and salt.
With the population over 140 million people, Russia spans eleven time zones and two continents. The culture of the country contains western and eastern features. A visit to Russia can become a fascinating adventure.
The cities that one should definitely visit include Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Murmansk, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Sochi, Rostov-on-Don, and, of course, the “Golden Ring” towns. These places will help to learn more about rich Russian history. There are lots of museums, art galleries, historical monuments, ancient cathedrals, palaces of the czars.
Apart from that, there are unique landscapes, endless forests, several mountain ranges and crystal-clear water reservoirs. Everyone can find something enjoyable to do in Russia.
People, who like beach vacation, can visit the Black sea coast.
People, who are fond of old architecture, prefer spending time in such cities as Vladimir, Suzdal, Murom, Ivanovo.
Those, who like picturesque views, chose to visit Altai. To understand better the nature of Russian nation one should know its festivals and celebrations. One of the most favourite holidays in the country is Shrovetide, Maslenitsa in Russian. On this day people bake lots of pancakes and treat each other.
Another purely Russian destination is Siberia. It’s a huge geographic region, which covers most of North Asia. It stretches from the Arctic Ocean to the borders of China. Everybody knows about the cold climate of Siberia, but it doesn’t stop the travelers. People want to see the beauty of Lake Baikal, the Altai Mountains, the Yenisei River, the Trans-Siberian route, the Kamchatka Peninsula and other wonders of this region.
Russian North and Kola Peninsula. Aurora Borealis «dancing» lights in green, pink and purple colors that alternately lit up the night sky. No pictures and videos, of course, are not able to convey the beauty of this unique phenomenon, but it is preserved forevers in memory.
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The Northern Lights are visible on roughly 200 nights a year – or every other clear night – in Russian Lapland. The more traditional ways to go Aurora spotting are snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or snowmobile and sled dog touring. If gazing at the dark sky in crispy winter air is not your thing, you can simply add comfort.
The thrill of witnessing the Aurora Borealis is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for many. Some, however, get hooked and can never get enough of the blazing colours in the sky.
The Northern Lights dancing up above is such a powerful and unique natural phenomenon it changes lives down on Earth. Being one of the best places to spot the Aurorae, Finland has even received immigration because of them. Below are some tips for becoming a Northern Lights Hunter yourself.
Go north. In northern Lapland the lights shine about every other clear night between September and March. In Russian Lapland they are visible on about 10-20 nights a year.