The city was founded in 1893 on a bank of the Ob River during the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway. The beneficial location, density of the population, well-developed science and manufacturing make the city a non-official capital of Siberia.
Saint Petersburg is Russia’s second largest city located at the head of the Gulf of Finland and the Neva River. Considered the cultural heart of Russia, St. Petersburg has a lot to offer for different kinds of travelers.
With a history that is about 900 years, Moscow is an amazing mix of old and new. The old days are reflected in narrow curved streets and churches, while the modern world shines in the steel and glass of high-rise buildings.