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of culture of the Russian Federation and Federal Agency for tourism, the amount of financial support of 30 000 000 rubles.
Welcome to moscow!
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
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.
 

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P ATTRACTIONS: ST.PETERSBURG

PALACE SQUARE AND THE STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM

Russias other historic square is the heart of its imperial past, as well as the host to pivotal moments in Tsarist Russias demise. On Bloody Sunday in 1905, palace guards shot dead hundreds of peaceful protestors here, sparking the first of Russias revolutions. Housed in the pastel green and white Winter Palace, the Hermitage museum contains one of the worlds 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 cathedrals gilded 400-foot spire is one of the citys most recognizable landmarks.

ST. ISAACS CATHEDRAL

It took more than 40 years to complete the worlds third-largest domed cathedral, now the dominant feature of St. Petersburgs skyline. Climb up the 262 steps of the colonnade to get a spectacular panoramic view of the city.

NEVSKY PROSPEKT

This main drag is the center of the action (day or night) in Russias second city. Frequently described by Dostoyevsky inCrime and Punishment,the street is often compared to Pariss Champs-Elysees and contains some of St. Petersburgs most impressive imperial Russian buildings, including the Stroganov Palace and the Kazan Cathedral. Dont 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 Russias greatest names, including Tchaikovsky and Dostoyevsky.

THE STATE MUSEUM

Housed in a former grand dukes palace, the Russian Museum (as its known to locals) doesnt 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 arts 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 Peterhofs cascading fountains and lavish gardens gets you in an imperial mood. The ornate, golden interiors and recently reconstructed Amber Room of the 18th-century Catherines Palace at Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo) offer a look into the extravagance of the Russian royal family.



Welcome to Russia!
 
 
Welcome to Russia!

Welcome to Russia — a great country, stretching for thousands of kilometers, covering 11 time zones and 2 parts of the world.

Russia unite in himself the practicality of the West and mystery of the East. Russia is a huge country covering a large part of Eurasia.

In the East Russia is washed by the Japan, Okhotsk and Bering seas and the Bering Strait to the North — the Barents, Kara, Chukchi and East Siberian seas, Laptev sea, on the West by the Baltic sea and the Gulf of Finland, in the South — the Black and Azov seas. On land Russia borders with many countries. The area of Russia is 17 075 200 km2, of which 16 995 800 km2 is land and 79 400 km2 — water.

Russia is the largest country in the world. In Russia live 145 million people.

They represent more than 100 nationalities with their own languages. In Russia a lot of monuments of architecture, culture, ancient history, which are always of interest to foreign tourists. Russia has always been friendly and hospitality for visitors to the country. The company SANTOUR invites friends to open a new direction - holidays in Russia.

HOT! Moscow - Nizhniy Novgorod-Saint Petersburg - June 15-27, 2018 - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

Prices for hotel stay for the world cup 2018 in Russia

Match Schedule

WC2018   Selling price 1-16 tickets
Group stage, 1 round Date City Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
Russia - Saudi Arabia 14.06.2018 Moscow, Luzhniki 1 050 720 660
Egypt - Uruguay 15.06.2018 Ekaterinburg 575 425 375
Portugal - Spain 15.06.2018 Sochi 525 450 375
Morocco - Iran 15.06.2018 Saint - Petersburg 475 425 375
France - Australia 16.06.2018 Kazan 375 325 310
Peru - Denmark 16.06.2018 Saransk 610 575 550
Argentina - Iceland 16.06.2018 Moscow, Otkrytie 810 660 575
Croatia - Nigeria 16.06.2018 Kaliningrad 410 325 275
Brasil - Switzerland 17.06.2018 Rostov-on-Don 510 425 375
Costa Rica - Serbia 17.06.2018 Samara 375 325 275
Germany - Mexico 17.06.2018 Moscow, Luzhniki 880 745 585
Sweden - South Korea 18.06.2018 Nizhniy Novgorod 425 375 325
Belgium - Panama 18.06.2018 Sochi 425 375 325
Tunisia - England 18.06.2018 Volgograd 425 375 325
Poland - Senegal 19.06.2018 Moscow, Otkrytie 575 460 375
Columbia - Japan 19.06.2018 Saransk 425 375 325
Group stage, 2nd round Date City Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
Russia - Egypt 19.06.2018 Saint - Petersburg 560 510 475
Uruguay - Saudi Arabia 20.06.2018 Rostov-on-Don 375 425 275
Portugal - Morocco 20.06.2018 Moscow, Luzhniki 475 425 375
Iran - Spain 20.06.2018 Kazan 375 325 275
France - Peru 21.06.2018 Ekaterinburg 425 575 550
Denmark - Australia 21.06.2018 Samara 425 375 325
Argentina - Croatia 21.06.2018 Nizhniy Novgorod 720 610 525
Nigeria - Iceland 22.06.2018 Volgograd 375 325 275
Brasil - Costa Rica 22.06.2018 Saint - Petersburg 575 475 425
Serbia - Switzerland 22.06.2018 Kaliningrad 355 310 275
Germany - Sweden 23.06.2018 Sochi 625 575 525
South Korea - Mexico 23.06.2018 Rostov-on-Don 610 550 450
Belgium - Tunisia 23.06.2018 Moscow, Otkrytie 575 510 425
England - Panama 24.06.2018 Nizhniy Novgorod 425 375 325
Poland - Columbia 24.06.2018 Kazan 425 375 325
Japan - Senegal 24.06.2018 Ekaterinburg 375 325 275
Group stage, 3 round Date   Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
Uruguay - Russia 25.06.2018 Samara 410 350 320
Saudi Arabia - Egypt 25.06.2018 Volgograd 450 410 350
Iran - Portugal 25.06.2018 Saransk 325 325 285
Spain - Morocco 25.06.2018 Kaliningrad 425 375 350
Denmark - France 26.06.2018 Moscow, Luzhniki 550 425 350
Australia - Peru 26.06.2018 Sochi 610 575 550
Nigeria - Argentina 26.06.2018 Saint - Petersburg 575 450 375
Iceland - Croatia 26.06.2018 Rostov-on-Don 375 325 275
South Korea - Germany 27.06.2018 Kazan 450 410 325
Mexico - Sweden 27.06.2018 Ekaterinburg 925 675 525
Serbia - Brasil 27.06.2018 Moscow, Otkrytie 575 450 425
Switzerland - Costa Rica 27.06.2018 Nizhniy Novgorod 385 350 295
Japan - Poland 28.06.2018 Volgograd 375 325 275
Senegal - Columbia 28.06.2018 Samara 410 350 320
England - Belgium 28.06.2018 Kaliningrad 525 425 350
Panama - Tunisia 28.06.2018 Saransk 375 325 275
1/8 final Date   Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
1A - 2B 30.06.2018 Sochi 550 475 410
1C - 2D 30.06.2018 Kazan 550 475 410
1B - 2A 01.07.2018 Moscow, Luzhniki 660 620 575
1D - 2C 01.07.2018 Nizhniy Novgorod 675 625 625
1E - 2F 02.07.2018 Samara 550 475 420
1G - 2H 02.07.2018 Rostov-on-Don 550 475 420
1F - 2E 03.07.2018 Saint - Petersburg 625 575 525
1H - 2G 03.07.2018 Moscow, Otkrytie 625 575 525
Quarterfinals Date   Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
W49 - W50 06.07.2018 Nizhniy Novgorod 810 720 610
W53 - W54 06.07.2018 Kazan 810 710 610
W51 - W52 07.07.2018 Sochi 810 710 610
W55 - W56 07.07.2018 Samara 810 710 610
Semifinals Date   Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
W57 - W58 10.07.2018 Saint - Petersburg 1 550 1 250 1 100
W59 - W60 11.07.2018 Moscow, Luzhniki 1 550 1 250 1 100
Bronze game and the final Date   Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
L61 - L62 14.07.2018 Saint - Petersburg 770 660 550
W61 - W62 15.07.2018 Moscow, Luzhniki 3 850 2 950 2 650

Russia is a country with a unique nature, culture and history. These 10 different routes prepared by experienced travel writers will help you learn more about this fascinating country, and, more than that, as you move toward your destination you will get to know yourself better and understand just what you are capable of. Recently Russia has been actively developing “independent” tourism, familiar to residents of the West as adventure tourism. The reference information that accompanies all the routes will help you plan your trip. You have to admit that it is most interesting to ponder the contradictions and symbiosis of western and eastern cultures with one foot in Europe and the other in Asia. Go to the Urals, which separates the two continents. On Mount Elbrus in the Caucasus, the highest point in Europe, you will surpass yourself at mountain climbing and never look at the bustling metropolis the same way again. Among the volcanoes and the Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka you will be able to feel the force of tectonic processes that shaped our planet millions of years ago. The castles of the Kaliningrad region will immerse you in the lives of medieval knights, and on the steppes of Khakassia and Tuva you can travel with the nomads and participate in shamanic rituals. Karelia will surprise you with masterpieces of Russian wooden architecture, and the beautiful churches of the Nilo-Stolobensky monastery will fi ll you with peace. St. Petersburg has once again proved that not for nothing is it known as the cultural capital of not only Russia but Europe as well. Follow our routes, and without even trying you will refute the conventional saying that there is no life outside Moscow. We wish you enjoyable and rewarding trips!

The company SANTOUR says «Welcome to Russia!»

Welcome to Russia!
Welcome to Russia!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 



 

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