Russia is at once breathtaking and baffling. Winston Churchill’s much-quoted line that
the world’s largest nation represented “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma”
is as true today as it was back then.
Monumental in every respect, it’s a land where burnished imperial splendour coexists
with icy Siberian tundra, where timeworn Soviet-era monuments backdrop uber-hip
urban cultures and where everything from the ruling party downwards functions in its
own, impenetrably Russian, way.
The west of the country draws the most visitor attention, thanks to the presence of two
extraordinary cities. St Petersburg and Moscow serve up sweeping postcard sights by
the dozen. Moscow is the rapidly beating heart of the “New Russia,” where Asia and
Europe combine to create a boisterous, enigmatic metropolis on a grand scale. St
Petersburg, meanwhile, with its living film-set of palaces, cathedrals and waterways, is
the grandest and most European of Russia’s cities, yet still retains a deeply complex
When traveling to Asia you could focus on one destination at a time, or given the time you have on hand, make it a multiple-destination vacation.
There are abundant destination options offering all the makings for a fantastic vacation for single travelers, couples, and entire families.
Due to the vast distances and expanses of water separating Asia’s different regions, air travel is likely to be the preferred mode of transport.
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RED SQUARE, MOSCOW
THE BOLSHOY, MOSCOW
THE HERMITAGE, ST PETERSBURG
KUNSTKAMMER, ST PETERSBURG
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