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Irkutsk is the old Siberian town, established in 1661 as a fort. It is located 63 km away from Lake Baikal. The city stands at the main traffic arteries connecting Europe with the Far-Eastern parts of Russia and The Pacific Rim countries.


Mouse, vodka, felt boots. What unites these things? Go to Myshkin and learn! This tiny cozy town is full of unusual places of interest.


Uglich is a small town located at the picturesque bank of the Volga River, 240 km north of Moscow. The town is a part of the Russian Golden Ring and among the most popular stops for cruise ships on the upper Volga.


From ancient times, Moscow has been known as a capital of Russia; however, it gained a status of real capital in the 15 century. Before, this title belonged to Vladimir.


Suzdal is a small old town located 220 km far from Moscow and 38 km from Vladimir town. Numerous attractions including monasteries, convents, churches and cathedrals make Suzdal a gem of the Golden Ring.

Sergiev Posad

Sergiev Posad is a small cozy town with a population of over 100,000 which is situated 75 km to the northeast from Moscow. The town is considered the best “out-of-Moscow” destination for a comfortable 1-day trip.


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.