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Vacations in Russia invariably start with either Moscow or St. Petersburg. The highlights of Moscow include Red Square, the Cathedral of St. Basil, the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Kremlin Wall Necropolis and the Lenin Mausoleum. Evening events may include the famous Moscow Circus. From Moscow, travel to Vladimir, visiting the Uspensky Cathedral.
St. Petersburg is a bit east and further North from Moscow, and it is unquestionably the most visited city for tourists on a Russia vacation. Visit Peterhof, or, as it is known, Peter’s Court, the Grand Palace, the vast museum of lavish rooms and galleries and the Grand Cascade with its more than 140 fountains. Visit Catherine’s Palace, given by Peter the Great to his wife. No vacation including St. Petersburg would be complete without a visit to the State Hermitage Museum, the world’s largest art museum.
After taking in Moscow, historic St Petersburg and beautiful Lake Baikal, travel further and deeper into the largest country in the world. Visit the soft, golden sands of the old Prussian resort of Kranz, now known as Zelenogradsk in the far western Kaliningrad Region; the charming Volga river village of Gorodets, home to folk artists and honey-cake bakers; fascinating Elista, Europe’s sole Buddhist enclave and location of the wacky Chess City; the 400-year-old mausoleums of Dargavs, a North Ossetian ‘city of the dead’; or the hot springs of Kamchatka’s Nalychevo Valley in the Russian Far East.