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Why people travel to Russia?

Updated: Jun 27, 2022

Every year more and more tourists come to Russia to enjoy and admire our stunning cities and wonderful people. Russia is the largest country in the world and there really is a plethora of things you could do!

Firstly, there are a lot of beautiful and jow-dropping places, such as Red Square in Moscow, Palace Square and the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, as well as incredible cities and places with wild nature such as Altai and Kamchatka and so on.

Tourists traveling to cities such as St. Petersburg and Moscow should definitely take a ride in the beautiful and old metro! Especially in St. Petersburg we have so many old and classy stations, the Moscow metro looks more modern, but still there are some stations with a royal spirit. Come to Russia and admire this beauty and uniqueness yourself!

Also, Russia is known for its active nightlife. People here quite often go out and meet their friends in bars and restaurants, have some fun in nightclubs and make new friends easily! It is never boring here because we have many places to have a good time. Especially in summer, in St. Petersburg we even have "white nights", when the sky never gets dark, so you can go for a walk, relax and have fun all night!

Russia is also the country in which many events of a global scale are held. One of such events is Euro 2020 in St. Petersburg. From June 12 to July 2, Euro 2020 matches were held in St. Petersburg, in which national teams from such countries as Belgium, Russia, Poland, Slovakia, Finland and Sweden took part. St. Petersburg is the only Russian city to host European Championship matches. The city was highly praised for hosting matches! Petersburg warmly welcomed all European fans, they had a good time in our country and promised to return!

Russia is definitely worth visiting. And as you can see, we have everything for a perfect trip and enjoyment of the time spent in our magnificent country!

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