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FIFA 2018 World Cup Russia Fan Travel Guide
A special edition of city guides for FIFA World Cup 2018 fans.
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.
Travel Guide to the Russian Far East
Far East is indeed quite far (twice further from Moscow than London, for example).
Founded in the 13th century by knights of the Teutonic Order and formerly known as Königsberg, Kaliningrad is the capital of East Prussia and an important Russian Baltic seaport.
Nizhny Novgorod is one of the five biggest cities in Russia situated on the beautiful river Volga.
Rostov-on-Don is a big city in the South of Russia, one of the hosts of FIFA 2018 world cup.
Saransk is the capital of the Republic of Mordovia and the area where all Finno-Ugric nations began situated in central Russia.
Sochi Travel Guide
Sochi is the main Russian sea-side resort, home to various winter-sports activities also hosting FIFA 2018 world cup games.
Some interesting destinations on your way to Russia.
Kazan Travel Guide
The capital of Tatarstan republic in Russia, Kazan is an unusual and very attractive city for travelers.
Samara Travel Guide
Samara is an interesting destination if you want to get a taste of life in the Russian south-east Vogla river region (also called Povolzhie).
Novgorod is our favorite destination in Russia.
Vologda Travel Guide
Vologda is a little gem in the north-east of Russia.
The Golden Ring guide: Vladimir, Suzdal, Ivanovo, Kostroma, Yaroslavl, Rostov, Pereslavl
The Golden Ring is a name for several towns located around Moscow: Suzdal, Rostov, Vladimir are among them.
Trans-Siberian Railway Guide
Discover the major Trans-Siberian destinations and the best towns to visit during the trip.