Former Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says it’s high time visa-free travel between the EU and Russia became a reality.
Coming to the ARTSTORY gallery in Moscow April 15th – June 7th, the exhibition “Only the Sky Above” will feature Masha Schmidt’s works.
The Association, along with ‘Eventi Rome’ and the ‘O.M.P.S.E.C.O.’ created a memorable night ‘From Russia with Art, Beauty, and Music,’ and elegant and peaceful protest,
In news from Ctrip, China’s largest travel agency, tourist flows from China to Russia increased by 150 percent in January-July compared to the corresponding period last year.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has just signed into law instruments that will greatly improve Russia’s tourism product. These instruments address prices, emergency aid, and setting up a personal liability fund by and for tourism operators. The move is seen as a positive one in lieu of the forthcoming FIFA World Cup. According to the news from […]
Leningrad oblast announced this week some of the region’s plant for football fans visiting the 2018 World Cup events this summer. According to officials several touristic routes have been created to include seven medieval fortresses.
BoogelWoogel-2018 will be bigger, better and “crankier” than ever before. The Alpine Carnival that takes place at Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort from March 28 to April 1 has a reputation for building on past successes, so this year’s event will surely out-do all previous carnivals.
Information from Biletix this week reveals the two most popular and romantic destinations for Russian lovers this year are Sochi and Barcelona.
This week Moscow hotel “Radisson Slavyanskaya” held an event for the travel agencies and the media, and organized a new office for the promotion of tourism in Tokyo, for Russia under the motto “In Tokyo. A Meeting of Old and New.
According to research conducted by the analytical center NAFI, every third Russian will travel abroad, and half of Russians will travel in-country in 2018
The largest indoor water park in Russia will be opened in the west Siberian city of Tyumen this year. The 130,000 square meter park by Polin Waterparks will include mineral spring baths and a hotel, and developers expect more than one million visitors a year.
Dance teachers dressed in 19th-century costumes will teach the guests elegant waltz moves. Visitors to Europe’s biggest ice rink visitors will also enjoy parlor games from the same historical period.