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Welcome to moscow! Moscow is a city of tremendous power and energy. Hulking gothic towers loom over broad avenues that form a sprawling web around the Kremlin and course with traffic day and night. The Soviet past looms large, but the city embraces capitalism with gusto.
St. Petersburg - Russia's great northern capital. Many fans of travel, both Russian and foreign, dream of visiting Russia's great northern capital. Founded by Peter I in 1703, the city was always intended to be great, but the modern St. Petersburg has outgrown its old boundaries manyfold.
Russia’s other historic square is the heart of its imperial past, as well as the host to pivotal moments in Tsarist Russia’s demise. On Bloody Sunday in 1905, palace guards shot dead hundreds of peaceful protestors here, sparking the first of Russia’s revolutions. Housed in the pastel green and white Winter Palace, the Hermitage museum contains one of the world’s most important art collections. On par with the Louvre, the collection is housed in what was once the tsars’ family residence.
PETER AND PAUL FORTRESS
Peter the Great built the fortress in 1703 to defend Russia from the Swedes, making it the oldest building in the city. Inside the fortress walls, the cathedral’s gilded 400-foot spire is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks.
ST. ISAAC’S CATHEDRAL
It took more than 40 years to complete the world’s third-largest domed cathedral, now the dominant feature of St. Petersburg’s skyline. Climb up the 262 steps of the colonnade to get a spectacular panoramic view of the city.
This main drag is the center of the action (day or night) in Russia’s second city. Frequently described by Dostoyevsky in Crime and Punishment, the street is often compared to Paris’s Champs-Elysees and contains some of St. Petersburg’s most impressive imperial Russian buildings, including the Stroganov Palace and the Kazan Cathedral. Don’t miss the shopping arcade at Gostiny Dvor.
ALEXANDER NEVSKY LAVRA
Peter the Great had this Russian Orthodox monastery built in 1710 and named it after the Russian prince who defeated invading Swedes in 1240. Today the lavra still contains impressive baroque churches and a neoclassical cathedral. Most visitors go to see the graves of several of Russia’s greatest names, including Tchaikovsky and Dostoyevsky.
THE STATE MUSEUM
Housed in a former grand duke’s palace, the Russian Museum (as it’s known to locals) doesn’t get the attention that the Hermitage collection does, but in most Russians’ minds, it should. The museum is best known for its collection of paintings, which contains some of Russian art’s greatest masters, such as Kandinsky and Chagall. The park behind the museum makes a lovely spot to reflect on what tsarist St. Petersburg might have been like.
PETERHOF AND PUSHKIN SUMMER PALACES
A hydrofoil cruise on the Gulf of Finland to Peterhof’s cascading fountains and lavish gardens gets you in an imperial mood. The ornate, golden interiors and recently reconstructed Amber Room of the 18th-century Catherine’s Palace at Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo) offer a look into the extravagance of the Russian royal family.
HUNTING IN RUSSIA
280 km from Moscow, in the Tver region it is possible to organize hunting for wild boar, elk, fox, hare, etc., but also to hunt more exotic animals in the Safari Park – red deer and Sika deer, European fallow deer, Altai maral, exotic mouflon. In the cages of our hunting is done all year round. While hunting at your service is a professional huntsman, hunting which will allow You to derive much pleasure and return home with the trophy.
Services and prices
The cost of trophies and additional services
Duck (hunting) 25 euro
Woodcock (per hunting day) 25 euro
Grouse (trophy) 40 euro
Organization of hunting grouse 30 euro Capercaillie (trophy) 180 euro
The hare 15 euro
Fox 15 euro
Coon 15 euro Beaver 30 euro
Boar hunting (excluding meat)
Boar yearlings (up to 20 kg) 130 euro
Boar yearlings (from 20 kg to 40 kg) 200 euro
Wild boar from 40 to 50 kg 250 euro
Wild boar from 50 to 75 kg 350 euro
The boar from 75 to 100 kg 400 euro
Wild boar from 100 to 140 kg 500 euro
Over 140 kg 750 euro
Hunt for Sika deer (excluding meat)
Young of the year 450 euro
Silnik (first horn: 1-2 of the Appendix) 600 euro
Males with horns 3 process 750 euro
The male with horns up to 4 processes 1200 euro
Deer trophy with a weight of over 150 kg 1500 euro
Hunting for fallow deer
Yearlings 800 euro
from 1 to 3 years 1000 euro
Fallow deer trophy 4.5 spikes 1300 euro Fallow deer trophy 6 or more tines 2300 euro
Organization driven hunt 100 euro/day
Hunting during the rut 150 euro /day
The hunting tower 100 euro/day
Organization of hunting for Fox, raccoon, beaver 100 euro/day
Organization of hunting with a bow/crossbow 100 euro/day
Transport to the hunting grounds 150 euro /day
Rent a night vision device 30 euro /day
A carbine with an optical sight (30.06 caliber) 30 euro for 1 hunt Carabiner with light of 50 euro for 1 hunt The cartridge 10 euro /PCs.
Crossbow with light of 30 euro for 1 hunt Cutting trophy to 100 kg 50 euro Cutting trophy over 100 kg 80 euro Cutting trophy stuffed under 100 kg 100 euro
Note: prices are as of December 2015. At other times the price of the hunt should be specified on request. The price does not include travel from Moscow trip to Moscow, accommodation, meals, use of sauna, other extraservice.
Weclcome to Russia!
Moscow. Cosmopolitan in flavor, Russia’s capital exudes prosperity and vigor. From Stalin’s carved-marble metro stations to the sprawl of modern business complexes, Moscow flaunts its ambition with a penchant for going over the top. It’s an all-night-party town whose days offer endless opportunities for those who can keep up. A merchant capital by birth, Moscow was fashioned for big spenders, and money has always made the wheels go ‘round here. Now counted as one of the world’s most expensive cities, the only possible limit is the size of your wallet.
Moscow Environs and the Golden Ring. In the 12th to 14th centuries, the Golden Ring cities were the most important political, religious, and commercial centers in Russia before Moscow usurped all power. Nowadays these ancient enclaves are perfect destinations for rolling back the centuries. A visit to their medieval convents, ancient trade chambers, and kremlins is like stepping into a living encyclopedia of Russian culture, complete with picture-postcard views of onion-domed churches set on the banks of the Volga River.
St. Petersburg. Serenity and reflection reign in this city. Tsars don’t rush—it would be undignified. St. Petersburg was founded as the new capital of the Russian Empire in 1703 by Peter the Great and still carries itself with austere regal grace. The city built on the marshy banks of the Neva River today attracts more tourists than anywhere else in Russia. A brilliant fusion created by Italian and French architects, St. Petersburg invites comparisons with Amsterdam, Venice, and Stockholm. The big attractions here are the pastimes of the nobility—artwork, classical concerts, ballet, and idyllic promenading in the 19th-century landscape.
Summer Palaces and Historic Islands. Several of St. Petersburg’s imperial summer residences have been meticulously restored to their original splendor, and the sheer opulence is stunning. Peterhof’s (Petrodvorets) park is Russia’s answer to Versailles, while Catherine’s Palace at Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo) houses the legendary Amber Room. Lomonosov (Oranienbaum), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Konstantine Palace have both undergone restoration and are great places for a summer stroll or picnic. The islands of Kronshtadt and Vallam showcase another side of the city’s history.