Tourist Places in Russia

Lake Baikal, Altay, The Russian Tundra, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Sochi, Kizhi Island, Kazan, The Golden Ring, National Park Curonian Spit, Limpopo zoo, Lighthouse Egersheld, Olkhon Island and many more.

The fascinating places to visit in Russia let you learn about the past and present of this stunning Soviet country as you take an unforgettable tour through them. From intriguing museums, impressive squares, and swanky shopping destinations to breathtaking national parks, alluring towns, and majestic cathedrals, there are a myriad of classic landmarks in Russia that will leave you astounded and offer you the best leisure and educational tour through the country.

The magnificent shrines like St. Basil’s Cathedral and Novospassky Monastery in Moscow, and Saint Isaac's Cathedral in St. Petersburg will offer you the best of architecture and spirituality, while the beautiful protected areas like the National park Curonian Spit across Baltic Sea, the Russian Arctic National Park and the Kenozersky National Park in Arkhangelsk Oblast, will let you encounter the unique biodiversity of the country. Heritage places in Russia like Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, The House-Museum of Maxim Gorky in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, and the Nizhegorodsky State Art Museum in Nizhni Novgorod will tell you a lot about the history and culture of Russia.
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Must Visit Places in Russia


Lake Baikal

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Lying in the south-eastern Siberian region of Russia, the picturesque Lake Baikal is one of the most adrenaline-fueled places to visit in Russia. This water body makes for the largest freshwater lake in the entire world. Dating back to over 25 million years and being about 1,700 meters deep, this lake is considered to be the world’s oldest as well as the deepest lake.

Encompassed by scenic beauty, lush green expanses, and magnificent snow-covered mountains, this lake is home to umpteen varieties of fauna and flora. You can enjoy fascinating wildlife tours and hiking experiences around Lake Baikal.

Location: Siberia, Russia
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Altay happens to be one of the ethnic tourist places in Russia, where people visit to experience the traditional Russian culture. The fascinating terrain of this republic is surrounded by the majestic Altai Mountains and packed with thousands of serene lakes and lush green alpine meadows.

A major part of the republic of Altay makes for protected areas with biodiverse reserves created to house umpteen varieties of wildlife species, including argali mountain sheep and snow leopards. Other attractions of Atlay include the pictorial Lake Teletskoye and the 4,506 meters high Mt. Belukha.

Location: West Siberian region, Russia
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The Russian Tundra

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The Russian Tundra makes up for around one-tenth of the total territory of the country of Russia. Spread across a thin coastal belt and featuring a maximum width of around 500 kilometers, the Tundra is a marshy treeless plain.

The soil of the Tundra region carries surplus moisture due to the low temperatures, which is the reason why this place does not experience a continuous and proportionate vegetation cover. The Russian Tundra features mostly bare grounds with some areas covered with lichens and mosses. Brimming with a rich wildlife population, the Tundra region lets you spot, reindeer, Arctic foxes, snowy owls, musk oxen, ptarmigan, lemmings, and beavers.

Location: Eastern Siberian region, northeastern Russia
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If you are heading to experience the rugged beauty and alluring scenery of Kamchatsky, you will need to spend a few minutes in the capital of the peninsula, Petropavlovsk. Set beautifully on Avacha Bay and encompassed by towering snow-clad mountains and overlooked by gigantic volcanoes, Petropavlovsk offers a truly scenic sight to soak in.

The seafront of Petropavlovsk is lined with stunning historical buildings, which makes the town one of the common favorite places to visit in Russia among the history lovers. The locals of Petropavlovsk and Kamchatsky are also as welcoming as the astounding volcanoes that invite you for a short hike, helicopter tour, or drive.

Location: Kamchatka Krai, Russia
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One of the best places to visit in Russia in summers, the quaint and modern Russian city of Sochi is set on the Black Sea and is known popularly as a postcard-perfect summer beach resort. The city has gained a lot of international popularity after hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Sochi is famous for its lush, palm-fringed parks and architecturally stunning 20th-century neoclassical buildings like the very popular Winter Theatre. Another attraction of Sochi city is the breathtaking Forested Sochi National Park, which is a protected area, spread across an area of around 1,937 square kilometers in the Caucasus Mountains.
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Kizhi Island

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Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the picturesque Kizhi is one of the off-center places to visit in Russia. Located amidst Lake Onega, the island expands to approximately 6 kilometers in length. The island is home to stunning wooden architectural marvels and flaunts brilliant traditional crafts.

This island also shelters the country’s oldest wooden church, the Church of the Resurrection, which dates back to the 14th century. Other important attractions on Kizhi Island include the Pogost of Our Savior and the 18th century Church of the Transfiguration, which features a total of 22 onion domes.
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Kazan City is situated at the confluence of two rivers in Russia, namely Kazanka and Volga. This flamboyant city offers the perfect amalgamation of the cultures of Russia and Tatar. Kazan is also home to a famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Kazan Kremlin and it is one of the famous tourist places in Russia.

The city also shelters one of the largest mosques in Europe, the Qolärif Mosque. The longest river of Europe, Volga, which is around 3,700 kilometers in length also runs through the city and offers a mesmerizing sight to soak in. Kazan is also one of the best places in Russia for relishing authentic Tartar cuisine.

Location: Republic of Tatarstan, Southwest Russia
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The Golden Ring

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Russia’s Golden Ring is a well-known tourist route, which came into existence in the 1960s. This route passes through many medieval Russian cities, lying on the north-eastern side of Moscow. The Golden Ring consists of a total of 8 primary cities together with some subordinate cities situated in Moscow, Ivanovo, Yaroslavl, Vladimir, and Kostroma.

The primary attractions offered by the cities lying on The Golden Ring include ancient buildings, well-preserved monasteries, magnificent churches, and several other UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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National Park Curonian Spit

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Natively known as Kurši? Nerijos Nacionalinis Parkas, the very popular National park Curonian Spit was declared as a national park back in 1991. The national park is spread across the Baltic Sea and trails to the Russian territory of Kaliningrad from Lithuania and it is one of the best tourist places in Russia.

The National park Curonian Spit features dense pine forests, packed with wild boar, elk, and deer. Lying far away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this national park lets you lose yourself to gorgeous sand dunes and cool breeze filled with aromatic pine scents.
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Limpopo Zoo

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Limpopo Zoo is not only one of the best zoos in the country but is also one of the top family-friendly tourist places in Russia for enjoying a fun day out. This breathtaking zoo is home to umpteen varieties of reptiles, fish, birds, and mammals.

You can spot indigenous animals including leopards and Amur tigers and exotic species like apes, stingrays, and kangaroos. The zoo also has nice rides and play areas for the recreation of children visiting this place. There are also some cafes here that serve global food and drinks.

Location: Ulitsa Yaroshenko, 7?, Nizhnij Novgorod, Nizhegorodskaya oblast', Russia, 603035

Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM, Closed on Monday
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Lighthouse Egersheld

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Established back in 1876, the Lighthouse Egersheld is counted among the oldest lighthouses in Russia. It has been serving as the primary landmark for seamen entering the Vladivostok port for more than a hundred years now. The Lighthouse Egersheld was constructed for ensuring safe passage of ships to the Vladivostok port via Eastern Bosphorus Strait from Amur Bay.

This 12 meters tall lighthouse is named after and dedicated to captain second rank Gustav Egersheld. The Egersheld Lighthouse along with its beach is one of the most-loved places to visit in Russia during the summer season.

Location: Vladivostok, Russia 
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Olkhon Island

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Spread across a huge area of whopping 730 square kilometers and measuring 71.5 kilometers in length and 20.8 kilometers in breadth, the Olkhon Island happens to be the largest island on Lake Baikal and the third-largest lake island in the whole world.

This island makes for the Academician Ridge’s southwestern margin. Olkhon Island forms a scenic place for  nature lovers to unwind  and soak in the breathtaking panoramic lake views. The eastern shore of the island is lined by steep mountains, with Mt. Zhima being the highest peak, perched at an elevation of around 2,684 feet above Lake Baikal’s water level.

Location: Lake Baikal, Eastern Siberia, Russia
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Lying in the northeastern region of Russia and encompassed by the Pacific Ocean, the Okhotsk Sea and the Beringovo Sea, Kamchatka is a picturesque peninsula. This gorgeous peninsula is known popularly for its scenic views and majestic volcanoes.

The Kamchatka Volcanoes have been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Some of the famous volcanoes of the peninsula include Kronotsky, Klyuchevskaya, Koryaksky, Avachinsky, and Ichinskaya. The Kamchatka peninsula is also home to many beautiful rivers, including Avacha, Shumnaya, Kamchatka, and Malinskaya Bystraya.

Location: Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia
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Ruskeala is a small rural town in Russia, which is known popularly for its relaxing atmosphere, bewildering views, peaceful surroundings, and the famous Ruskeala Mountain Park. Ruskeala Mountain Park is famous as the source of marble that has been used for building many iconic landmarks of the country, including St. Isaac's Cathedral, the Hermitage’s window sills, and the Kazan Cathedral’s floors and it is one of the best tourist places in Russia.

This park also lets visitors soak in the views of breathtaking walking trails and the ancient marble quarry, which now brims with water.

Location: Sortavala, Republic of Karelia, Russia
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Kenozersky National Park

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Located around 550 miles away from Moscow city, the Kenozersky National Park is home to small quaint villages, rugged hills, ancient wooden chapels, and serene lakes. This national park is encompassed by breathtaking taiga forest and huge wetlands that add to its charm.

The Kenozersky National Park was declared as a UNESCO biosphere reserve back in 2004. The best way to explore the beauty of this national park is to head on a boat excursion.

Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia, 164294

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Russian Arctic National Park

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The Russian Arctic National Park offers the perfect amalgamation of fresh breeze, cold weather, and vast isolated expanses. This national park is home to bountiful Arctic wildlife, majestic glaciers, and dramatic landscapes. The park also shelters a number of endemic wildlife species, including Bowhead Whales.

One can also spot ivory gulls, kittiwakes, guillemots, and walruses in the Russian Arctic National Park. The national park also shelters intriguing sandstone balls, petrified trees, and mystical hardened lava, all of which make it an open-air geology and geomorphology museum.

Location: ????????, Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia
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Places To Visit in Moscow


Red Square

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The most popular and famous square in Russia, the Red Square is one of the best tourist places in Russia & is home to a myriad of important landmarks of the capital city, Moscow. This lively square shelters the Kremlin, the State History Museum, St. Basil’s Cathedral, GUM, and Lenin’s Mausoleum.

The Red Square serves as the main square of the city with all the important streets radiating from here. The square comes to life in the evening when the area is lit vividly with colorful lights and a number of events taking place. During Christmas, you can enjoy ice-skating, attend Christmas workshops, and relish various sweets at Red Square.

Location: Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 109012
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St. Basil’s Cathedral

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Flaunting the most artistic architectural design, St. Basil’s Cathedral is a treat for the eyes. Also referred to as "The Cathedral of Intercession of the Virgin by the Moat" or "Pokrovsky Cathedral" it is a renowned Russian building.

Oozing out the typical medieval vibe along with mystical spirituality, St. Basil’s Cathedral is one of the best places to visit in Russia for religious seekers, peace seekers, and architecture lovers.

Location: Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 109012

Entry fees: RUB 500 to 1,000 per head

- From 1st May to 31st May - 11 AM to 6 PM, Closed on the first Wednesday of the month.
- From 1st June to 31st August - 10 AM to 6 PM, Closed on 11th June and 8th August.
- From 1st September to 7th November - 11 AM to 6 PM.
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The Moscow Kremlin

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The centre of the political power of Russia, the Moscow Kremlin is one of the most important landmarks of the whole country. It is from this place that the communist dictators, modern-day presidents, and autocratic tsars have exercised their rules for the good or bad of the country.

Perched on Borovitsky Hill, the Kremlin is surrounded by 2.25 kilometers high walls and one can get the best views of this place from Sofiyskaya nab.

Location: Moscow, Russia, 103132

Entry fees: 1.000 rubles per head for adults, Free for children under 16 years

Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM
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Lying in Red Square in the capital city of Moscow, GUM is a world-famous shopping mall. The mesmerizing architectural design of this departmental store makes it no less than a magnificent monument. The entire mall is packed with premium luxury stores, elegant restaurants, supermarkets, souvenir shops, ATMs, and a pharmacy.

GUM also hosts a number of cultural events, recreational activities, and art exhibitions throughout the year, which makes this place all the more exciting. Some of the most recommended things you can buy at GUM include the Russian Vodka and the popular GUM ice cream.

Location: Red Square, 3, Moscow, Russia, 109012

Timings: 10 AM to 10 PM
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Tretyakov Gallery

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Established by collector and merchant Pavel Tretyakov in 1856 and gifted to the city of Moscow in 1892, Tretyakov Gallery is one of the best tourist places in Russia for exploring Russian art. Some of the exhibits at Tretyakov Gallery include intriguing 12th-century icons, over 180, 000 paintings, graphics, and sculptures.

Location: Lavrushinsky Ln, 10, Moscow, Russia, 119017

Entry fees: RUB 500 per head for adults, RUB 250 per head for pensioners & students, Free for children under 18 years of age

Timings: Thursday to Saturday - 10 AM to 9 PM, Sunday, Tuesday, & Wednesday - 10 AM to 6 PM, Closed on Monday
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Bolshoi Theatre

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Considered to be one of the finest places to visit in Russia, Bolshoi Theatre happens to be the oldest theatre in Moscow city. The theatre looks architecturally appealing both on the inside and outside and shelters resident ballet and opera troupes that are termed to be the best in the entire world.

Flaunting a gorgeous six-tier auditorium and a flamboyant atmosphere, Bolshoi is one of the most entertaining places in Russia.

Location: Theatre Square, 1, Moscow, Russia, 125009

Entry fees: RUB 300 to RUB 20,000 per head

Timings: 12 PM to 7 PM
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River Moskva

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Lying 140 kilometers west of Moscow city, River Moskva flows east via Moscow Oblasts and Smolensk, through central Moscow. Apart from Moscow, this river flows through the Russian towns of Zvenigorod, Voskresensk, Mozhaysk, Bronnitsy, and Zhukovsky. The picturesque Moskva River extends up to 473 kilometers.

The river generally freezes between the months of November and December and starts melting towards late March. A total of 49 bridges have been built across River Moskva, with the first one constructed in 1692. The Moskva river is one of the most preferred places to visit in Russia for  amazing cruising experiences.

Location: Moscow, Russia
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Krestovsky Stadium

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Also known famously as the St Petersburg stadium, the Krestovsky Stadium is one of the most  important places in Russia in terms of culture. The Krestovsky Stadium is constructed on the same ground where the Kirov Stadium once stood, making for one of the world’s largest stadiums.

This stadium rose to fame after the Fifa Confederations Cup and the 2018 Fifa World Cup were hosted here. The Krestovsky Stadium has the capacity to accommodate a total of 67,000 spectators at a single time.

Location: Futbolnaya Alleya, 1, St Petersburg, Russia, 197110

Entry fees: RUB 300 per head for an upper seat, RUB 700 to 1700 per head for a lower one

Timings: 9 AM to 6 PM
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Pushkin Museum

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Known to be one of the most recommended places to visit in Russia for art enthusiasts, the Pushkin Museum is considered to be the largest museum of European Art. The museum exhibits an extensive collection of European masterpieces, which are categorized into 3 distinct sections - the Dutch Golden Age, Byzantine art, and the Renaissance.

The museum also houses a segment known as the “Museum of Private Collections”, which showcases brilliant exhibits, all donated by private individuals.

Location: Ulitsa Volkhonka, 12, Moskva, Russia, 119019

Entry fees: RUB 250 to 500 per head, Free for children under 6 years of age

Timings: 11 AM to 8 PM, Closed on Monday
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Novospassky Monastery

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Dating back to the 14th century, the magnificent Novospassky Monastery is known to be the earliest monastery built in Moscow. Lying in the southeastern region of Moscow and considered to be one of the most serene places to visit in Russia, the monastery houses the majestic Transfiguration Cathedral, which was constructed in the 1640s by the royal Romanov family.

The architectural design of this cathedral resembles that of the Assumption Cathedral in Kremlin. The Novospassky Monastery is also home to another church, the Intercession Church, which was constructed in 1675.

Location: Krestyanskaya Ploshchad’, 10, Moskva, Russia, 115172

Timings: 7 AM to 8 PM
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Places To Visit in St. Petersburg


Moika Palace

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Also known popularly as the Yusupov Palace, the magnificent Moika Palace sits on the serene Moyka River. Dating back to the 19th century, the palace holds fascinating history and flaunts stunning interior architecture. The interiors of the palace is lavishly designed with the halls coloured in style and adorned with frescoes, silks, chandeliers, and regal furniture.

The palace features a nice ballroom, the rococo private theatre, the Green Drawing Room, and a banquet hall.

Location: Ulitsa Dekabristov, 21?, St Petersburg, Russia, 190000

Entry fees: RUB 700 per head for adults, RUB 500 per head for students

Timings: 10 AM to 7.30 PM, Closed on Thursday
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Saint Isaac's Cathedral

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Saint Isaac's Cathedral is considered to be Russia’s largest orthodox church and the world’s fourth-largest cathedral. This magnificent Cathedral is dedicated and named after Saint Isaac of Dalmatia. The construction of this cathedral was commissioned by Tsar Alexander I.

The cathedral flaunts a neoclassical architectural style, featuring a huge gold-plated central dome along with four subordinate domes. The exterior of the cathedral features 112 red granite columns and is adorned with pink and grey stones.

Location: St Isaac's Square, 4, St Petersburg, Russia, 190000

Entry fees: RUB 250 per head

Timings: 10.30 AM to 6 PM, Closed on Wednesday
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Peterhof Palace

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The stunning Peterhof Palace presents the perfect amalgamation of opulence and grandiose. Nicknamed as ‘The Russian Versailles’, this magnificent palace is nestled overlooking the picturesque Gulf of Finland. The Peterhof Palace features over 24 rooms, with each one lavishly adorned with distinct themes and it is one of the best tourist places in Russia.

The furniture and the walls are adorned with silk tapestries, while the hallways are lined with statues and frescos. The main attractions of the Peterhof Palace include the ballroom with golden facades and the charming White Dining Room flaunting gorgeous chandeliers.

Location: Razvodnaya Ulitsa, 2, St Petersburg, Russia

Entry fees: RUB 450 for Russian citizens and RUB 600 for foreigners

Timings: 10 AM to 7 PM
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Peter and Paul Fortress

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Established to serve as a defense fortification, the magnificent Peter and Paul Fortress happens to be the earliest building constructed in the city of St. Petersburg. Holding a rich and glorious history this fortress has played a number of distinct roles over time.

The fortification has served as a military base, a forbidding prison that once sheltered some of the renowned Russian political leaders, a site for revolutionary scientific experiments, and a burial site of the royal family of Russia.

Location: St Petersburg, Russia, 197046

Entry fees: RUB 550 per head

Timings: 10 AM to 4 PM, Closed on Wednesday
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The State Hermitage Museum

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Having its name among the prime landmarks of St. Petersburg and the top historical places to visit in Russia, The State Hermitage Museum flaunts mesmerizing artworks, rich historical collections, gorgeous ornate furniture, and beautiful sculptures.

The major attractions of this majestic museum are the very famous Winter Palace and the classy stairway entrance.

Location: Palace Square, 2, St Petersburg, Russia, 190000

Entry fees: RUB 300 per head

Timings: Tuesday, Saturday, & Sunday - 10.30 AM to 6.30 PM, Wednesday and Friday - 10.30 AM to 9 PM, Thursday - 10.30 AM to 6 PM; Closed on Monday
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Palace Square

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One of the major architecturally sound tourist places in Russia, the Palace Square is named after the famous Winter Palace, which is perched here. This huge area is one of the dramatic squares of the country, flaunting regal grandeur.

You can take a stroll from Nevsky pr to the triumphal arch and Bolshaya Morskaya to get the best experience of Palace Square. You will find the 47.5 meters tall Alexander Column at the middle of this square, which was built by Montferrand in 1834 and named after Alexander I to commemorate his grand win over Napoleon in 1812.

Location: Palace Square, St Petersburg, Russia, 191186
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Eliseyev Emporium

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Lying on Nevsky Prospekt and considered to be one of the most suggested places to visit in Russia for foodies, Eliseyev Emporium flaunts an astounding decor and a huge sitting area. This enchanting food emporium offers delicious authentic Russian delicacies that will perfectly treat your taste buds.

Eliseyev Emporium lets you sample umpteen varieties of food, surrounded by colourful Art Deco, with enchanting live Piano music playing in the backdrop. Here, you can also taste premium authentic Russian wines, which will leave your taste buds wanting for more.

Location: 56, Nevsky Prospekt / 8, Malaya Sadovaya Ulitsa

Timings: 10 AM to 11 PM
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Vasilyevsky Island

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The largest island of St. Petersburg, Vasilyevsky Island was once envisioned as the center of the capital by Peter the Great, during this rule. This island also served as the ground for a myriad of important construction projects in the times gone by.

At present, Vasilyevsky Island is one of the renowned historical places in Russia and is home to a number of prime institutions of the city of St. Petersburg, including the Stock Exchange, the Passenger Sea Port, St. Petersburg State University, and the LenEXPO exhibition center.

Location: Gulf of Finland, Saint Petersburg, Russia
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Nevsky Avenue

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One of the favorite places to visit in Russia among leisure seekers, the dramatic Nevsky Avenue is the primary avenue of the city of St. Petersburg. This flamboyant avenue makes for the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely stroll, while soaking in the enchanting sounds and sights of the cityscape.

Some of the key highlights that you can spot in Nevsky Avenue, include Aurora Cinema, The Singer Building, Anichkov Bridge, and Eliseyev Emporium. The entire street of Nevsky Avenue offers a surprising ‘Parisian’ feel that you will love to soak in.

Location: 98 Nevsky avenue, St. Petersburg, Russia
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Cathedral Of The Archangel

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Dedicated to Archangel Michael, the Cathedral Of The Archangel was constructed by the Italian architect Aleviz Noviy between 1505 and 1509. Lying in Cathedral Square of the Kremlin, this magnificent cathedral flaunts mesmerizing Russian style of architectural design.

The cathedral features a total of five huge domes with the centre one coated with gold and the subordinate ones coated with silver. The Cathedral Of The Archangel served as the burial site for the Russian rulers till the beginning of the 18th century and it is home to 54 graves at present.

Location: Moscow, Russia, 103073

Entry fees: RUB 700 per head

Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM, Closed on Thursday
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Ganina Yama Monastery

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Constructed in the memory of the last imperial family of Russia, the Romanovs, the Ganina Yama Monastery is one of the calmest and peaceful places to visit in Russia. The monastery is perched in the same place where the last Russian tsar along with his family was put to rest after being killed by the Bolsheviks.

At present, the Ganina Yama Monastery is home to a total of seven wooden chapels, each commemorating the death of a family member.

Location: Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, 624090

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Kirillov’s House

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The famous Kirillov’s House was constructed by the Russian blacksmith, Sergey Kirillov for his family. Kirillov was a skilled blacksmith from the village of Kunara in Sverdlovsk region in Russia. Constructed between 1954 and 1967, his majestic house showcases his brilliant craftsmanship and life’s work.

Built of metal and wood and decorated with typical Russian patterns, this private residence is one of the must-visit places in Russia for every architecture enthusiast. Painted with vibrant colours, Kirillov's House boasts a dreamy fairytale vibe.

Location: Kunara, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, 624182 
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Ekaterinburg State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre

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Flaunting ornate baroque style architectural design, the Ekaterinburg State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre is one of the best entertaining  places to visit in Russia, where you can treat yourself with  some brilliant ballet and opera performances.

Also known popularly as ‘Ural Opera’, this place has served as one of the best cultural places in Russia since 1912. Counted among the oldest theatres of the country, the Ekaterinburg State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre boasts an impressive exterior and interior. The main auditorium of the theatre is adorned with golden fixtures. The troupes performing here are counted among the best in Russia and ensure a memorable cultural evening.

Location: Prospekt Lenina, 46?, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, 620075

Entry fees: RUB 150 per head
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Iset River Dam

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The very popular Iset River Dam is constructed on the picturesque 606 kilometers long River Iset in Russia, which flows from Urals and passes through Kurgan, Tyumen Oblasts, and Sverdlovsk. Yekaterinburg city is perched on the higher reaches of this river, where the dam sits.

Dating back to 1723, the Iset River Dam offers one of the most blissful tourist places in Russia to unwind in, surrounded by lush green environs.

Location: Western Siberia, Russia
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The Black Tulip War Memorial

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Established back in 1995, The Black Tulip War Memorial is built to commemorate the death of the soldiers, who lost their lives in the Afghan War. The very name “Black Tulip '' is inspired by the byname of An-12 aircraft that was used to carry the bodies of the Soviet soldiers to Russia from Afghanistan.

One of the main attractions of The Black Tulip War Memorial is the figurine of a soldier, positioned in a sitting position, holding a rifle with his head bowed, staring at the ground and the expression of devastation, horror, and defeat on his face.

Location: Ulitsa Mamina-Sibiryaka, 111, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, 620075
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Church upon the Blood

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Officially known as the “Church of the Resurrection of Christ”, the famous Church upon the Blood stands to commemorate the murder attempt on Tsar Alexander II made here back in 1881. This striking church flaunts a traditional Russian Orthodox architectural design with its interior adorned using around 7000 sq meters of dramatic mosaics.

Featuring a total of five huge domes, The Church upon the Blood was constructed lavishly over a long period of 24 years.

Location: Ulitsa Tsarskaya, 10, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, 620075

Entry fees: RUB 350 per head for adults, RUB 200 per head for students

Timings: 10.30 AM to 6 PM, Closed on Wednesday
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Museum of Military Equipment

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The world-famous UMMC Museum of Military and Automotive Equipment is one of the most inspiring places to visit in Russia. This is a beautiful private museum dedicated entirely to the military and mechanical history of the country. The UMMC Museum Complex is home to a total of two museums, which are funded by the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company.

The museum shelters an extensive collection of important artifacts and vehicles. Some of the important exhibits of the Museum of Military Equipment include self-propelled and towed artillery pieces, tanks, motorcycles, aircraft, and trucks. There is some antique American equipment, including Stuart and Sherman tanks that were brought by the Soviet Union on Lend-Lease.

Location: Sovetskoi Armii, 55, Magnitogorsk 455000, Russia
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The Beatles Monument

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Dedicated to the world-famous Beatles rock band, The Beatles Monument in central Russia is one of the most offbeat places to visit in Russia. This monument has been famous in the USSR’s  underground music scene and represents their unique cultural impact.

You can marvel at the stunning murals and wall sculptures at The Beatles Monument as you stroll through the place. This place will give you an insight of the craze that the Russian youth had for the Beatles band in the times gone by.

Location: Ulitsa Gorkogo, 8, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, 620075
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Museum of Stone-Cutting and Jewellery

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Established back in 1992 and lying in the historical hub of Yekaterinburg, the Museum of Stone-Cutting and Jewellery is home to awe-inspiring mineralogical exhibits. The most ancient exhibits of this museum had been crafted at the Yekaterinburg Imperial lapidary factory.

The unique items have been made up of marble, jasper, and malachite. One can also spot the stunning 1.5 meters vase made up of Kalkansk jasper.

Location: Prospekt Lenina, 37, Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, 620075

Timings: Friday to Sunday and Wednesday - 11 AM to 6 PM, Thursday -12 PM to 8 PM, Closed on Monday and Tuesday
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Tsentralnyy Park

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Nestled on its own independent island towards the northwestern side of the city of St. Petersburg, Tsentralnyy Park is one of the frequently visited tourist places in Russia among nature lovers. This picturesque sprawling green space is encompassed by the serene Neva River on all the four sides.

Some photogenic lakes incorporate a charm to the scenic waterfront beauty of this park. The long-paved waterfront, stunning culture, intriguing museums, and panoramic views of the Datsan Gunzechoyney attract visitors to Tsentralnyy Park and offer them a serene atmosphere to breath in, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Location: Ulitsa Michurina, 8, Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia, 630091
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Novosibirsk Zoo

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Home to around 11000 animals from across 702 distinct species, including over 150 endangered species, Novosibirsk Zoo is a renowned scientific institution and one of the most famous tourist places in Russia. Considered to be one of the country’s largest zoos, Novosibirsk Zoo is known for the highest captive breeding for endangered species in the whole world.

Location: Ulitsa Timiryazeva, 71/1, Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia, 630001

Entry fees: 250 RUB per head for adults, 100 RUB per head for students, 50 RUB for children

9 AM to 9 PM
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Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

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Originally constructed as a monument dedicated to Tsar Alexander III, The magnificent Alexander Nevsky Cathedral came into existence back in 1898. Showcasing stunning red-brick Neo-Byzantine style of architectural design and featuring colourful vibrant murals and gilded domes, the cathedral is one of the spiritual places to visit in Russia.

The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral was shut down in 1937 by the Soviet authorities, during which there were attempts to destroy it completely. However, the attempts only resulted in the breaking of a few walls and the cathedral was reopened in 1989.

Location: Krasnyy Prospekt, 1?, Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia, 630007

Timings: 7 AM to 7 PM
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Chapel of St Nicholas

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Constructed back in 1915, the stunning Chapel of St Nicholas is a small church, marking the geographical central point of Russia. This chapel was demolished back in the 1930s, but was built again in 1993. At the present day, the Chapel of St Nicholas makes for one of the calmest places in Russia, away from the chaotic city.

The spectacular Russian Revival style of architecture showcased by this Russian Orthodox chapel offers a treat to the eyes.

Location: Krasnyy Prospekt, 17?, Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia, 630099

Timings: 12 PM to 5 PM, Closed on Monday
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Friends Cocktail Bar

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One of the most preferred places in Russia to hangout with friends for a cozy evening, the very popular Friends Cocktail Bar attracts locals and tourists alike. The most fascinating sight at this bar is the bearded bartenders mixing exotic ingredients to craft the strongest and best cocktails in Siberia.

The exuberant atmosphere and the convivial crowd at this bar, make it one of the best night out destinations in the country.

Location: Krasnyy Prospekt, 22, Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia, 630007

Timings: Sunday to Thursday - 6 PM to 3 AM, Friday and Saturday - 6 PM to 6 AM
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Places To Visit in Novgorod


The House-Museum of Maxim Gorky

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Also known popularly as the Ryabushinsky mansion, The House-Museum of Maxim Gorky is the epitome of brilliant Russian Art Nouveau. This house was initially owned by Stepan Ryabushinsky, who was an art connoisseur and an important personality in the city’s business life.

Flaunting a fascinating decor, The House-Museum of Maxim Gorky was designed amazingly by the renowned Russian architect Fedor Shekhtel. This mansion was later handed over to the legendary Soviet writer, Maxim Gorky, who lived here from 1932 to 1936.

Location: Ulitsa Semashko, 19, Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia, 603005

Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM, Closed on Monday and Thursday
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Nizhegorodskaya Yarmarka

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Nizhegorodskaya Yarmarka is a 19th century renovated exhibition hall, featuring a total of six new halls. The exhibition hall hosts conventions and trade fairs that attract a heavy influx of visitors. The iconic Nizhny Novgorod Fair is one of the most important exhibitions that was hosted by this place in the 19th century.

Nizhegorodskaya Yarmarka also features excellent conference rooms that can be taken on rent for hosting corporate events, seminars, business meetings, weddings, and company anniversaries.

Location: Ulitsa Sovnarkomovskaya, 13, Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia, 603086

Timings: Tuesday to Friday - 8 AM to 5 PM, Closed from Saturday to Monday
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Nizhegorodsky State Art Museum

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The erstwhile governor’s house within the Kremlin, is home to the magnificent Nizhegorodsky State Art Museum. The museum exhibits brilliant paintings and artworks that date back to the period between the 14th and the 20th centuries and are crafted by legendary artists, including Vasily Surikov and Nikolai Rerikh.

The whole collection has been displayed chronologically with the 14th and 17th century icons exhibited first, followed by stunning oil paintings on canvas. Each exhibit carries a detailed description in English, which makes it more understandable for visitors.

Location: 603082, Nizhny Novgorod region, Nizhni Novgorod, Kremlin, 3

Entry fees: RUB 150 per head

Timings: 11 AM to 6 PM, Closed on Tuesday
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The Rukavishnikov Estate Museum

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Dating back to the 19th century, The Rukavishnikov Estate Museum is one of the most architecturally beautiful places to visit in Russia. The estate looks like a majestic palace and once belonged to the owner of a steel mill. The building is designed like an Italian Palazzo and hosts a number of interesting exhibitions.

The museum houses extensive collections of coins and stamps and a room dedicated entirely to Lenin.

Location: 603005, Nizhny Novgorod region, 7, Verkhne-Volzhskaya emb., Nizhny Novgorod

Entry fees: RUB 150 per head for adults, RUB 100 per head for children, free for preschoolers

Timings: Tuesday to Thursday - 10 AM to 5 PM, Friday to Sunday - 12 PM to 7 PM
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The Sakharov Museum

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One of the most contemplative places to visit in Russia, The Sakharov Museum offers its visitors a sneak peek into the life of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights campaigner and physicist of Russia, Sakharov. The museum also offers an insight into the Soviet regime in Russia, the dissent, and the aftermath.

The exhibits here are majorly photographic with extensive descriptions. The Sakharov Museum is also home to a reading room and a library.

Location: Zemlyanoy Val St, 57, ???. 6, Moscow, Russia, 105120 

Timings: 11 AM to 7 PM, Closed on Monday
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People Also Ask About Russia

  1. Which are the best cities to visit in Russia?

    1. Moscow: The mega-metropolis of Russia, Moscow lures visitors with its upmarket restaurants, swanky malls, thrilling nightlife, classy art galleries, and fascinating art & culture.

    2. Vladivostok: The picturesque port town of Vladivostok is famous for its scenic sea views. It has endless recreational options & offers delectable Asian, European, and Oriental cuisines.

    3. St. Petersburg: Oozing out the typical European feel, St. Petersburg is one of the most contemporary places to visit in Russia, with more than 80 theatres, 220 museums, 2,000 libraries, bohemian cafés, and uproarious underground clubs.

    4. Novosibirsk: The third-largest city of Russia, Novosibirsk flaunts a laid back atmosphere with a myriad of boulevards, Soviet-era buildings, and lush parks.

    5. Ufa: Lying at the confluence of two rivers, Ufa offers the perfect blend of Slavic and Bashkir cultures, which is evident from its regional cuisines and customs.

    6. Smolensk: Considered to be one of the oldest places to visit in Russia, Smolensk is known for its majestic churches, stunning monuments, and intriguing museums.
  2. Which are the best places to visit in Moscow?

    1. Lenin's Mausoleum: Lying amidst the Red Square, Lenin's Mausoleum is the burial site of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin. The embalmed body of Lenin lies inside a glass sarcophagus.

    2. Museum of Cosmonautics: The Museum of Cosmonautics has around 85,000 items, including a Soviet spacesuit, Yuri Gagarin’s space capsule, a 1960 rocket propulsion unit, and a USSR flag with fragments of the moon.

    3. Arbat Street: Dating back to the 15th century & sheltering swanky buildings, eateries, and shopping options, the one kilometer long Arbat Street is one of the best places in Russia for foodies and shopaholics.

    4. Gorky Park: Perched across the Moskva River & named after the renowned Russian writer Maxim Gorky, the 120 hectares Gorky Park flaunts lush expanses, serene ponds, stunning fountains, and comfortable hammocks and sunbeds.

    5. VDNKh All-Russian Exhibition Centre: VDNKh All-Russian Exhibition Centre is home to ice rinks, galleries, amusement rides, Soviet-era pavilions, the Moskvarium, and the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
  3. Which are the famous historical places in Russia?

    1. Hermitage Museum: The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg is the second largest museum in the world, which is home to 3 million historical items.

    2. Catherine Palace: Named after the spouse of Peter the Great, Catherine I, the Catherine Palace was constructed in the 1700s. The palace flaunts stunning white and blue facades and huge arched windows.

    3. Mayakovskaya Metro Station: Established during the earliest period of Soviet Russia, Mayakovskaya metro station was built using brilliant aeronautical engineering strategies. The structure flaunts 34 ceiling mosaics that are inlaid into the carved niches.

    4. St. Basil Cathedral: Lying on the southern end of Red Square, St Basil’s Cathedral flaunts brilliant Russian architecture with stunning patterns, shapes, and colours. The cathedral houses 4 chapels each topped by a huge dome.

    5. Mariinsky Theatre: Constructed back in 1859, the Mariinsky Theatre is one of the most renowned cultural institutions of Russia. Having played a major role in the upliftment of Russian ballet, this theatre hosts operas and great ballets.
  4. Which is the best time to visit Russia?

    The most ideal time for visiting Russia is during its summer season, between the months of June and August. During this time of the year, the weather of the country is warm and pleasant with clear skies and green environs.
  5. What is Russia famous for?

    Russia is famous for its cool climate, authentic Russian vodka, Matryoshka doll, heritage buildings, and underground rail system.
  6. Is Russia safe to visit?

    Yes, Russia is one of the safest places to visit in the entire world. It has a very culture-oriented, welcoming, and quaint environment, which touches the heart of every traveler and feels like home.
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