Unusual and beautiful places of Russia
Russia is the country with the largest territory in the world. There are nine climatic zones on this territory, from arctic deserts to subtropics. The nature of Russia is surprisingly diverse and does not cease to amaze travelers with new discoveries, and more than a thousand-year history has left many amazing traces. We are starting to publish descriptions of unusual places in Russia that are of interest to tourists as natural, historical and architectural monuments.
In the language of Mansi, the indigenous inhabitants of the Northern Urals, the name of the geological monument “Man-Pupu-ner” means “small mountain of idols.” The monument is located in the Pechero-Troitsky district of the Komi Republic, in a remote, inaccessible place for tourists. By their nature, these are remnants – rock cliffs from hard rocks left over from the mountains that once towered here. Wind, precipitation gave the cliffs a bizarre shape. Continue reading
We go to Finland by car
And indeed it is very convenient, because from St. Petersburg to Helsinki you can get there in just 5 hours, and from Vyborg in 2-3 hours. Plus, you do not depend on anyone, and you can plan your trip as you please.
It is also important that the Russian driver’s license is valid throughout Finland, that is, you do not need to additionally receive an International Driving License.
You can enter Finland by car from Russia through one of the following border points:
• Vaalimaa – Torfyanovka: works 24 hours a day, recommended for those traveling in the direction of Helsinki. Continue reading
Your tour to this Balkan country can be active, informative and short, or it may have a more relaxed “country format” more familiar to our compatriots.
Montenegrins are a few southern Slavic people, Orthodox and very colorful.
Montenegro has long-standing historical, religious and cultural ties with Russia, and the attitude towards the Russians (and they are considered to be all immigrants from the countries of the former USSR) is traditionally friendly.
The hospitality and hospitality of local residents plus visa-free entry, two international airports have turned this small country into a stronghold of Russian tourism in the Balkans. Not only traditional holidays on the coast, but also buying and renting real estate for the summer season are very popular among Russians. Continue reading