Beach Club 117 is a legendary Crimea seaside nightclub that features live music, beach partying, and a stunning Russian-seafood menu. This 20-something party spot is where the annual Crimea Trance Fest is held. My good friend, local expert Levent Alver has given us the scoop on yet another hidden Crimea gem. Located in fabulous Feodosiya, Beach Club […]
According to news from TASS, a unique terracotta statue has been found at the site of the Kerch Strait Bridge construction connecting Crimea to mainland Russia. Underwater digging and exploration near the Ak-Burun Cape, uncovered a “first of a kind” statue, according to Sergei Olkhovsky, head of the underwater unit of Russia’s Academy of Sciences.
Coming up May 29th in the Laishev region of Tatarstan, the Russian Folklore Karavon Fest is a bright and colorful celebration held annually in the Russian Nikolskoye settlement.
Most travelers who plan a vacation to see the Aurora Borealis usually think about destinations like Alaska, Denmark, Finland, Scotland, Greenland, Canada, Norway, Sweden, and Iceland, while Russia comes to mind rarely. So add to your bucket list a trip to the Kola Peninsula as an alternative to more popular travel spots to see the Northern Lights. It’s hard to […]
Where do you pop the question when you visit Poland? Here some ideas from award-winning travel journalist Mihaela Lica Butler.
Join Anna in a culinary journey like no other. Lent in Yaroslavl is a captivating experience when you dine at Ivan Vasilyevich.
Tsarevo, a seaside resort in southeastern Bulgaria in the Burgas Province. Our readers are already familiar with the area, as the destination for the UNESCO-listed Nestinarstvo fire-walking festival held in Bulgari (sometimes spelled Balgari) we reported about a while back. This week, the town celebrates the Day of Thrace on March 23. Day of Thrace […]
Warsaw is one of the coolest capitals in 2017, Mamaison reported on their official brand blog, citing a few mainstream publications. We knew that the Polish capital was cool long before the Western media had its epiphany.
The “Bike Friendly Hotel” initiative responds to the increasing cyclist tourism demand, labeling hotels that cater to travelers who enjoy cycling.
At “Expocentre” this week the 24th International Tourism Exhibition MITT 2017 has been one of the year’s early sensations. Set to be exclusively B2B this time around, the event saw a significant increase in visitors this year.
Imagine the world’s greatest railway excursion, the Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Railway journey from Moscow to Vladivostok.
A Travel & Leisure story this morning caught my eye. “Strange Love? U.S. Tourists Flock to Russia in Record Numbers” is a revelation that’s not surprising to some of us. What the writers at Time Inc. and Affluent Media Group don’t realize is, Americans and Russians don’t despise one another – so boosted tourism is not so “strange” after all. Here’s a photographic look at other reasons for Russia’s touristic value.