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Special Military Operation: Travel Implications
As you are well aware, Russia has started a "special military operation" in Ukraine in February 2022.
Coronavirus Travel Restrictions in Russia
There are currently travel restrictions imposed in Russia due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Travel Insurance for Russia and Russian Visa
Citizens of most countries need insurance for Russia valid for the duration of their trip in order to be able to get a Russian visa.
Eco-Tourism in Russia and the Russian Countryside
There are many beautiful spots in Russia where you can experience the real countryside village life, try the real Russian sauna, and enjoy the beautiful wild pristine nature.
Trans-Siberian Travel Guide
Discover the major Trans-Siberian destinations and the best towns to visit during the trip. Also, check out our new live Trans-Siberian journey planner.
Russian Train Tickets: Online Reservation and Timetable
If you'd like to buy a train ticket in Russia you can do it either at a train station or online.
How to Get a Russian Visa: Step by Step Guide
If you want to travel to Russia, you need a Russian visa.
Travel Guide to Moscow, Russia
Moscow is huge, exciting and exhausting at the same time.
Guide to St. Petersburg, Russia
Built to represent everything European Russia has to offer, St.
The Ultimate Russian Cinema Guide
There are words which are hardly translatable and usually those words mean something very specific about the culture they come from.
The Guide to Baikal Lake
We've traveled to Baikal lake several times and here's our guides to the best popular and hidden destinations there.
Best Places to Do Camping in Russia
If you like wild camping, Russia is the best place to do this in Europe.
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How to Find Apartments for Rent in Moscow, Russia
Finding a private apartment for rent in Moscow is a great way to experience the city life.
Russian language tutorial & online phrasebook
Ludwig Wittgenstein said: "The limits of my language mean the limits of my world.
To make our take on Russian people a little bit more symmetrical, I was asked to write an article about Russian men, because we just recently updated the similar section on Russian women.
Normally there wouldn't even be a need to make a whole section dedicated to Russian women especially: it might be considered sexist by most people, you run into the risk of making crude generalizations, and the actual reason of writing about women seems a bit ambiguous.