A travel in Russia can take you along to Moscow or Holy Pétersbourg, which are in the most visited area of Russia influenced by its geographical bringing together with the Occident. You can also leave in the area the Ural with its wild landscapes and its mountains or leave in excursion in the Caucasus, the solid mass mountainous highest of Europe.
Difficult to describe the Russian culture and its landscapes, so much the country is immense. From European Russia with its cities close to the Occidental culture to the subsoils of Siberia and its covered with snow landscapes, the country knows a great diversity which makes any sound charms. And if the Soviet empire attached tourism in Russia a long time, the country opens today to the foreign visitors who can appreciate all the attractions of them. In the middle of the austere Stalinist buildings of Moscow, one can thus admire the coloured domes of the Orthodox Churches, and the famous famous Red Square in the whole world. Regarded as the vastest country of the world, Russia shares its borders with many countries: in the west with Estonia, Latvia, Bielorussia, Ukraine and Turkey and the Pacific Ocean (6000 km); in the south with Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China; in the extreme south with Siberia.
Alive and animated, Russia has a cultural life and night more agitated in the big cities like Moscow or Saint-Pétersbourg. More the party animals will pass their evenings in the famous nightclubs of the Russian capital, and the amateurs of culture will be able to leave to the conquest the artistic collections, among most impressive in the world, like that of the Hermitage, museum created with Pétersbourg Saint by Catherine II. If the country is today in the grip of economic difficulties and with political risings, it is not populated less by it by cordial inhabitants who have in heart to maintain with the eyes of the world the size of their nation which knew a stunning golden age. Complex, Russia does not have of cease to reveal its mysteries and its wonders with those which want to try hard well to discover them.
Russian icon since centuries, the ballet dancing is carried to its apogee with the famous ballets of Bolchoï and Kirov. The school of the Ballet of Saint-Pétersbourg formed of the dancers as exceptional as Nijinsky and Pavlova. Today still, these corps de ballet enchant the largest scenes of the world.
Matriochkas or Russian headstocks, is true emblems of Russia, symbolizing the family and the fertility. Nowadays, this traditional object with the various forms and reasons are used like decoration, but in the beginning, it was of a toy and a tool of appentissage for the children.
With its 10,600 kms of railroad, the Trans-Siberian one is regarded as the longest train of the world. At the beginning of Moscow, it crosses eight time zones until its Vladivostok terminus. It is in the middle of the 19th century that the tsars decided to build a railroad allowing to convey all the equipment of war. National pride, it represents today one of the greatest achievements of the country.
Universally known to be the seat of the Russian government, the Kremlin is the mythical fortress of Russia. This city except for whole made up of palace, churches, and medieval castles has a long story, closely related on the size and the fall of the Tsars.