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Here you can chose any tour you like and get to know about chosen region or the city for more details.
Here, you will find all the necessary information about hotels in Russia, their location, services and room facilities. You can also book a hotel by filling in the booking form.
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Russia is rich in history and culture. Besides the two major cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg, there are many other cities and villages with splendid architectural and cultural traditions. If you plan travelling by your own, you can order an individual tour with private guide. You may order an air or train ticket to the place which you would like to visit.
Travel to Russia requires a visa covering the duration of your stay in the country. Visas are issued by Russian Consulates in your home country, based on an invitation.
No trip to Russia is complete without a visit to a theatre or museum. Group bookings can be made as part of your schedule.
For late evening entertainment, try one of the night clubs or restaurants (ññûëêà íà ðåñòîðàíû), many featuring floorshows. A restaurant meal in Russia is an event to be enjoyed for the best part of an evening. You`ll have the choice to taste not only Russian cuisine but Georgian, Armenian, Uzbek, to name just some. There are many international restaurants offering American, Italian, Japanese, Chinese and Mexican menus, too.
If you need medical care, facilities are available at the American Medical Center and the European Medical Centre: Ulitsa 2-nd Tverskaya-Yamskaya, 10; the International Medical Clinic: Grokholsky pereulok, 31, 10th Floor; and the Botkin Hospital: 2-nd Botkinsky Proezd, 5 (Diplomatic Block). You can also contact a provider specified in your travel insurance policy.
Most post offices are open from 9a.m. to 7p.m., with an hour`s break for lunch. The main post, telegraph and telephone office at 7 Tverskaya Ulitsa is open round the clock. To mail abroad costs about $US1. You can usually place local telephone calls from your hotel room by dialing a single number for an outside line.
For Russian souvenirs, you might check the speciality shops or visit the Izmaylovo market (Metro "Izmaylovskiy Park"). Among traditional Russian handicrafts are painted wooden dishes from the city of Khokhloma, exquisite lacquered boxes from Palekh and Mstyora. You might also want to buy linen, Kzhell porcelain dishes, "Matryoshki" painted wooden nested dolls, or even caviar and vodka.