The Ministry of Economic Development of Russia

"Feel Russia": an exposition about traveling around the country in the format of full immersion - it allows to hear, see and touch the most interesting things.
The exposition "Feel Russia" invites you to a grand journey around the country. Interactive photo zones are complemented by expressive sounds, aromas and interesting objects. You will learn about new formats of tourist trips and visit unique places, while the participating regions will present their brightest events and impressive routes. Master classes, quests, excursions, contests and raffles are waiting for you!
The national project "Tourism and Hospitality Industry" is designed to make traveling in Russia more comfortable and affordable. It actively develops tourist services and infrastructure, supports organizers of new routes and recreation areas.
In the section "Sea Resorts" you will learn about the new project "Tourism.RF" - year-round tourist zones on the Russian seashores - and see a model of one of them - New Anapa.
You can get a closer look at the legendary Elbrus and take selfies in the cable car at the stand of "Caucasus.RF" - the Institute for the Development of the North Caucasus.
Lectures, meetings with famous bloggers and exciting seminars await you at the stand of "Mantera" company.
Come and plan your dream trip! We look forward to seeing you at the exposition!
Photo: Ruslan Tarasov
Photo: Ruslan Tarasov
Photo: Ruslan Tarasov
Photo: Ruslan Tarasov
Photo: Ruslan Tarasov
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Audio Guides

«Почувствуй Россию» - Введение
2 minutes 49 seconds
Большой Кавказ
3 minutes 26 seconds
Большая Волга
3 minutes 7 seconds
Дальний Восток
3 minutes 31 seconds
2 minutes 53 seconds
2 minutes 55 seconds
2 minutes 28 seconds
Большой Урал
2 minutes 46 seconds
Золотое кольцо
3 minutes 2 seconds
Юг России
2 minutes 42 seconds
Морские курорты
3 minutes 23 seconds
2 minutes 47 seconds
The Greater Caucasus
2 minutes 22 seconds
The Great Volga River
2 minutes 43 seconds
Russia’s Far East
3 minutes 30 seconds
The Baltic
2 minutes 41 seconds
2 minutes 24 seconds
The Russian North
2 minutes 35 seconds
The Great Urals
2 minutes 11 seconds
The Golden Ring of Russia
3 minutes 6 seconds
The Russian South
2 minutes 40 seconds
Sea Resorts
3 minutes 13 seconds
2 minutes 19 seconds
1. 大高加索地区
2 minutes 7 seconds
2. 大伏尔加河
2 minutes 30 seconds
3. 远东
3 minutes 18 seconds
4. 波罗的海
2 minutes 16 seconds
5. 西伯利亚
2 minutes 19 seconds
6. 北部
2 minutes 4 seconds
7. 大乌拉尔
1 minute 57 seconds
8. 俄罗斯金环
2 minutes 32 seconds
9. 俄罗斯南部
2 minutes 14 seconds
10. 海上度假村
2 minutes 54 seconds
«Почувствуй Россию» - Введение
Большой Кавказ
Большая Волга
Дальний Восток
Большой Урал
Золотое кольцо
Юг России
Морские курорты
Dear visitors!
In pursuit of the perfect adventure, we are going to take a tour across Russia: from the farthest shores of Russia’s Far East, where the sun rises to the sound of the Pacific Ocean waves breaking, to the sand dunes of the Western Baltic with the smell of marzipan sweets in a seaside cafe.

With an area of almost 17 million square kilometers (6,6 million square miles), Russia is the world’s largest country: it spans 11 time zones and is washed by 12 seas and 3 oceans... What do we mean? This is the place to be for the vacation of your dreams, and, most importantly, you’ll get to experience your journey: you can hear it, take photos, enjoy the variety of its fragrances and sounds.
Experience Russia is an exhibition area that invites you to join us on an exciting interactive journey across Russia curated by its various regions.
Fly over the mountain peaks of the Greater Caucasus in one day. Marvel at the splendor of incredible sunsets on a river cruise along the Great Volga. Gaze at almost extraterrestrial-looking landscapes of Russia’s Far East. Discover industrial tourism in the Great Urals. Admire the beauty of the Golden Ring of Russia, that of the Russian North and the Baltic. Where else can you do all this without spending any time on the road? This is your chance to smell the fragrances and hear the sounds of mysterious Siberia and reiterate your love for the South of Russia full of joy, gastronomic experiences, and positive vibes.

Apart from that, the Experience Russia exhibition offers a great opportunity to plan your future vacation down to the smallest detail. And this is perhaps the most important thing!

Tourism and the Hospitality Industry is a national project that makes traveling around Russia even more accessible and exciting. You can save the theme routes that appeal to you most, learn about newly-built and reconstructed hotels, resorts, and even entire tourist clusters. We hope you’ll enjoy this comfortable virtual journey with us.

Buckle up! Let’s ride! You will need all your five senses. Get ready. This is your chance to discover incredible places that you may not have previously considered as destinations for a vacation or travel. At the end of our journey, you can even buy tours to the places you liked the most.
Let’s go!
The Greater Caucasus
With lots of changes occurring recently in the Caucasus, there's one thing that has remained unchanged—the cordiality and hospitality of the local residents.
The Greater Caucasus is honored to showcase its best points of interest. Over the past 20 years, over a dozen of world-class resorts have been opened and developed in the Greater Caucasus area.
Even if you are not into mountaineering, you will be delighted with the local views—for example, from Garabashi, Russia’s highest cable car station. It’s pretty high indeed—3847 meters (12,621 feet).
Tourist activities available in the Caucasus include skiing and hiking, off-road vehicle expeditions, paragliding, and other extreme activities. Not to mention hydrothermal pools and mineral water springs. How about fishing in mountain rivers and lakes?
You will discover lots of exciting facts, such as the following. Khychin, the traditional flatbread originating from the Kabardino-Balkaria region, has almost three dozen filling options.
The majestic stone towers on the hills of Ingushetia and North Ossetia are literally both a home and a castle. Built to protect the territories from enemies, the towers were taken care of by several generations.
In the Caucasus, a guest is traditionally perceived as a messenger of God, therefore they must be treated with honor and respect and received personally by the master of the house. Guests will be served the best available food.

Do you know how to make a traditional Ossetian pie? It’s pretty simple—just be generous with the filling! The quantity of filling must be at least one third larger than that of dough.

If you want to try some good shashlik (shish kebab), there’s a major problem here in the Caucasus... In each of the hospitable homes you visit, they are likely to insist that their recipe is the best. And everyone will be right in their own way.
Welcome to the Caucasus!
We are sure that you will make a lot of new friends along this journey.
The Great Volga River
The beauty of the Volga is fascinating. The great Russian river is beautiful and mighty. The Volga is 3,530 kilometers (2,193 miles) long, making it the longest river in Europe.

The first steamships sailed along the Volga almost 200 years ago. Such voyages—which we call river cruises today—have been a popular choice for 150 years now. Tourists take river cruises to see the famous Volga and Russian nature perceived in childhood as images from poems and folk tales. Great Russian writers, such as Anton Chekhov, Ivan Bunin, Maxim Gorky, and Konstantin Paustovsky, took river cruises along the Volga. Artist Ilya Repin and film director Andrei Tarkovsky drew inspiration from river cruises.

In 2023, over 500 thousand people took river cruises along the Volga. River cruises offer a unique opportunity to visit the most interesting places along the Great Volga Route without wasting precious vacation time. You enjoy all the amenities of your accommodation at a luxury hotel, and tourist destinations are literally knocking on your window as if to say, ‘Come see me, experience me, taste me’. This is the typical river cruise along the Volga.

Travel along the Volga and you will learn the following facts.
• The city of Samara has been hosting the VolgaFest festival for several years in a row, which lasts a whole week and attracts numerous guests. Concerts, standup paddleboarding festivals, performances, jazz events, art workshops, forest theater, and even wedding ceremonies. VolgaFest 2024 is expected to be even more eventful and interesting.

Can a fresh-water fish species grow up to two times the size of an average human? What’s your guess? The answer is yes, absolutely. The Volga is very rich in fish. That is why a number of fishing records have been set here. Apart from the actual records, the most incredible fishing stories are also told... on the Volga. By the way, you can visit a sturgeon farm and witness the process of sturgeon farming at its various stages—from eggs to full-grown fish.
Welcome to the Volga!
Russia’s Far East
Russia’s Far East makes up more than a third of its territory.
Due to its remoteness from the European part of Russia, the Far East is often referred to as the end of the world, and its residents sometimes say that in the summer they are going to take a flight ‘to the mainland’—to Central Russia.
Russia’s Far East is notably different from the other regions. It has a special flavor, its characteristic flora and fauna, and unique climatic conditions.
Discovered by great Russian explorers just over three hundred years ago, this land is pretty young in the proper sense of the word. Three hundred years are nothing by historical standards.
Just think about it: no man has ever set foot on some areas of the Khabarovsk, Chukotka, and Kamchatka regions. Let us reiterate that. No man has ever set foot there.

Hundreds of bird species nest on the coast of the great and formidable ocean, which was called the Pacific Ocean by mere coincidence. Animals living in the tundra and taiga regions can easily change their habitats. Luckily enough, they can do so. Steller sea lions follow passenger boats, and whales follow surfers. In some villages, the number of bears in the vicinity exceeds that of the residents.
Ivolginsky Datsan is a Buddhist temple located in Buryatia. It is commonly referred to as the Russian Tibet. Here you can talk to lamas about life, see the incorrupt body of a Buryat saint, and learn lots of interesting facts about one of the world's oldest religions.

That's the Far East, a beautiful region of Russia that we love. Mysterious, harsh, partially unexplored, fabulously rich in resources. Visiting these areas is a captivating experience you will remember for a lifetime. Set out on a trip to the magnificent Far East, and you will learn the following facts.

• You can take a bath in hot water with ice and snow all around you. Kamchatka has more than 150 mineral springs. The water is very warm, which is perfect even in severe frosts.
• You can ski down a snowy hill straight to the ocean. Heli-skiing, a unique freeride experience, is available in areas only accessible by helicopter. Take part in a true adventure: you drop off at a crater of an active volcano and ski down the untouched snow to the ocean shore.
• You can sunbathe on black sand and walk barefoot along the local beach. Make sure to take a magnet with you—the sand will be attracted to it, and you will get a unique souvenir.
• The culinary experience in Russia’s Far East deserves a separate mention. Nowhere else can you find such fresh and delicious crabs, shellfish, fish, and typical Far Eastern herbs and vegetables.

Remember that our great neighbor China, famous for its traditional cuisine, is really close: Russia’s Far East has plenty of excellent Chinese restaurants, which are highly recommended.
Already anticipating the way you will be sharing your extraordinary experiences with your friends? Russia’s Far East is waiting for you, welcome!
The Baltic
Some people think that it is cold, harsh, shallow...
Immanuel Kant, a famous philosopher and one of the central Enlightenment thinkers, who lived his entire life by the Baltic, said, ‘Looking into a puddle, some only see mud; others, the stars reflecting in it’. So, everything is relative, even the Baltic Sea.
It is marvelous—our wonderful, dearly beloved, beautiful Baltic Sea. The pine trees, dunes, cool sand, the sound of pine needles crunching under your feet... All of these are so close to the splendid and sophisticated city of St. Petersburg with its theaters, museums, palaces, fascinating suburbs, and exciting festivals.

St. Petersburg is renowned as the cultural capital of Russia. Pavlovsk, Pushkin, Tsarskoe Selo, Peterhof, Vyborg—these cities of the Leningrad region deserve special attention. This is the history of our country in its concentrated form and in its magnificent royal attire. Very importantly, the Baltic is a unique, elegant, complementary, and harmonious combination of cultures of the peoples who lived on the shores of this sea in the past and still live there today.

Probably everyone who has ever visited the Kaliningrad Region dreams of returning there. Centuries-old Kaliningrad is one large open-air museum and a harmonious, diverse city. The Kaliningrad Cathedral has a magnificent organ, the largest one in Russia. The Toccata and Fugue in D minor by Johann Sebastian Bach sounds so enchanting when played on it! The variety of coffee shops, cafes, and restaurants of Kaliningrad will please very taste! The famous marzipans are just fabulous... Don't miss your opportunity to try them!

Many people cannot imagine a vacation without the beaches of Svetlogorsk, guided tours and walks along Yantarny, across the dunes and forests of the Curonian Spit... The good things are so easy to enjoy, right?

Would you like to connect with the beauty? Hurry up to buy your tickets and visit the Baltic! This is a trip you will never regret.
This is a territory of strength, contrasts, and inspiration. There’s no confusing Siberia with anything else! The harsh Siberian climate is combined with incredibly beautiful landscapes. By the way, Siberia makes up more than a third of Russia’s territory. The generosity and hospitality of the local residents are widely known to the other two-thirds. We are proud of the deepest lake on the planet—our Lake Baikal! In winter, the lake turns into a beautiful skating rink for ice skating and snowmobiling. However, Siberia is not only distinguished for its nature and the strong character of the people inhabiting it.
The snow leopard, the Pallas's cat (manul), and bats are Siberian species listed in Russia's Red Book. Can you imagine seeing them in real life? This is an impression that is going to last for a lifetime, unless you get too close to them.

But there's more to Siberia. Siberia has lots of other experiences for you to discover.
Altaisky Biosphere Reserve, one of the largest ones in Russia, is definitely worth visiting. Its purpose is to preserve the unique flora and fauna of Lake Teletskoye and the local taiga. It is one of the five UNESCO natural heritage sites located in Russia.

The Kuznetsk Basin, the world’s largest coal mining area, is visible even from outer space. This is what you would expect from an area 250 kilometers (155 miles) long and 100 kilometers (62 miles) wide. The best Russian coal is mined in Siberia—in Kemerovo, to be more precise.

In Siberia, you will even find the Permafrost Museum located beyond the Arctic Circle, in the village of Igarka. This unique natural phenomenon can be observed in its natural environment. If you are lucky enough, you may even see the footprints of a mammoth.

Welcome to Siberia, traveler!
Here you will find strength and new friends!
The Russian North
Due to the cold climate, the Russian North is often referred to as a harsh land, but local residents say that their hearts are always warm. And this absolutely true.

The Russian North makes up almost ten percent of its territory. It is twice the size of Türkiye and three times the size of Kenya. The total length of Russia’s northern rivers exceeds 700 thousand kilometers (435 thousand miles), which is 19 times the length of the equator. This region is washed by six seas and three oceans. Although the local plants are resistant to the severe cold, they are still very vulnerable. Many plant species are listed in Russia's Red Book. The Silver Ring of Russia (also known as the Silver Necklace of Russia) is a popular tourist route.

It is in the North that you can feel the winter holiday mood from movies and fairy tales.
• You can ski down a hill with the northern lights above you. In the Khibiny Mountains of the Murmansk Region, the northern lights (aurora borealis) are a pretty common phenomenon.
• You can catch some cod on a bare hook without any bait. In the sea, schools of cod sometimes may take a bare fishing hook without any bait.
• If you are lucky enough, you can see whales. Humpback whales, bowhead whales, blue whales, sperm whales, killer whales, beluga whales, and rorquals—all of these are found in the Atlantic, which is one of their habitats.
• Try driving a reindeer sled. Reindeer races are popular with the local Sámi people. Once crossed the finish line, please remember to offer the reindeer a treat.
• Herbal teas served in the Snow Village are a great choice. The Snow Village has hotels, fairy-tale huts, dream labyrinths, knight castles—all of these are made of ice and snow.
• The Russian North also offers a unique opportunity to hand-deliver a letter with your dearest wishes to Ded Moroz (the Russian counterpart of Santa Claus). To do so, you need to visit his residence in the town of Veliky Ustyug. Hand-delivering your letter to Ded Moroz is going to help you somewhat feel like a kid again.

Welcome to the Russian North! A place to believe in miracles again.
The Great Urals
The Urals are an extraordinary place. The very first map of Russia created in the 16th century by order of Ivan the Terrible ended in the east with a mountain range called Bolshoy Kamen (Great Stone). This is exactly what the tsar’s cartographers called the Ural Mountain range stretching across Russia. The word ural is the Bashkir for belt. The legend has it that a giant used to live in this area. He was wearing a huge belt used to carry precious stones as he picked them up. When the belt became too heavy, the giant put it on the ground. The belt later turned into a mountain range, concealing the precious mineral resources waiting to be discovered to this day. You may become the lucky one!

You can taste water that is a million years old! The Chelyabinsk Region is home to one of the seven oldest springs on the planet. The chemical composition of the water is close to that of pure melted snow.
When it comes to tasting, you can also try the local honey, the favorite treat of bears. Bashkiria is the only region in the world to have maintained the age-old trade of beekeeping to this day. The honey produced by means of wild-hive beekeeping (with honeybee colonies placed in tree hollows rather than in apiaries) is very expensive due to the difficulty of its extraction and very delicious.

How about standing with one foot in Europe and in Asia with the other? Some geographers divide Eurasia into Europe and Asia with an imaginary line running along the Ural Mountains. In the Sverdlovsk Region, there’s an obelisk marking the line that divides Europe and Asia. If you place one foot to the right of the line and the other to the left, you will find yourself in Europe and Asia at the same time.

Welcome to the Great Urals! Looking forward to seeing you in the Urals soon!
The Golden Ring of Russia
Alexander Pushkin, Ivan Turgenev, Ivan Bunin, Nikolai Gogol—these are just a few of the great writers and poets who drew inspiration from the old Russian cities. They had every reason to do so. Here’s our travel guide to ten regions of Central Russia. Each of the ten regions has its own atmosphere, unique traditions, traditional crafts, farm produce, authentic Russian cuisine, and an amazing number of churches and monasteries. They can serve as a source of inspiration for everyone—from great writers, artists, and poets to any other person. Each city has its centuries-old history.

Take a trip to Central Russia to see the following.
• The Vladimir Region was the central region in the history of Rus’ from the 12th century on. The Golden Gate of Vladimir made of stone and dating back to 1164 has withstood several centuries of history.
• The Ivanovo Region is known as a land of creative people and craftsmen. Remember to visit the town of Plyos, where the great artist Isaac Levitan painted more than 200 of his works.
• The Smolensk Kremlin is considered the world’s most impressive of the preserved brick fortifications, and for good reason.
• The hero city of Tula. Tula has traditionally been an industrial center specializing in weapons, samovars, children's toys. Remember to try a delicious local souvenir—Tula pryanik.
• The Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius. This is the largest Orthodox monastery in Central Russia. The architectural ensemble of the white-stone monastery consists of 50 buildings, virtually all of which are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
• The town of Kalyazin, known to tourists primarily for the Kalyazin Bell Tower located only partially above the water level in the middle of an artificial reservoir.
• The city of Yaroslavl, the symbolic capital of the Golden Ring of Russia. By the way, the historical center of the city of Yaroslavl is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
• We highly recommend taking a tour on the ‘Imperial Route’. As you drive along, you can see the region almost through the eyes of the rulers of Russia—this is where three tsarinas of the House of Romanov were born.

Welcome to the Golden Ring of Russia! Make yourself at home!
The Russian South
The Black Sea is incredibly beautiful, especially when seen from the coast of Feodosia in Crimea, where Ivan Aivazovsky, one of the most prominent marine artists, lived and worked.

Apart from the sea and very clean beaches, there’s so much more to the South of Russia. Snow-capped mountains, unique nature reserves, old boxwood groves, mountain river rafting—every traveler is sure to find something they enjoy.

The South of Russia offers you an incredible range of exciting experiences, untouched nature, high-quality customer service, and all this is available against the background of architectural monuments of various civilizations.

Visit the Russian South and make sure to call at the Azure Flower ecotourism trail in Rostov Nature Reserve. Along this trail, you will find thousands of plant species, some of which are unique and incredibly beautiful, like Schrenck's tulip, for instance.
The Khadzhokh canyon is a real miracle of Adygea. The narrow gorge stretches for 500 meters in the valley of the Belaya river with sheer 40-meter cliffs rising above it. Over thousands of years, water has carved stones, giving them a variety of fantastic shapes.
The Great Sevastopol Trail is the main active tourism route in Crimea, which runs along picturesque cliffs, azure beaches, and ancient Greek ruins.
Another location worth visiting is the safari park in Gelendzhik. Take a ride in a high cable car and see unique animals: brown and polar bears, lions, tigers, leopards, pumas, and even crocodiles.
If you like culinary tourism, the South of Russia is just the right place to go.
Try the traditional Cossack fish soup made from several types of fish with the addition of carp roe; famous Circassian cheese; Sevastopol rapana stewed in sour cream; Kuban borscht. Does this make your mouth water yet?

If so, welcome to the South of Russia!
It offers both a source of inspiration and a variety of unforgettable gastronomic experiences.
Sea Resorts
There’s hardly any person in the world who would not want to travel to the sea right now, at the drop of a hat. Pack your flip-flops and sunglasses in a suitcase and take the first available flight to a sunlit place filled with the unmistakable smell of the sea. The Black Sea, the Baltic Sea, the Sea of Azov, the Caspian Sea—there's not much of a difference, right? The sea is the same everywhere, isn’t it?

One of the most popular destinations with Russians who like swimming and sunbathing is, of course, the Black Sea. What’s the first letter of the alphabet? It’s ‘A’ for Anapa. The town of Anapa is popular for its beaches and sea front. Up to six million tourists visit Anapa every year. Their number is expected to further increase soon. Construction works are underway for a completely new year-round resort—New Anapa. It is going to be an entire city with its own beaches, hotels, heated swimming pools, cinemas, spa centers, and restaurants. The total hotel accommodation capacity will reach almost 15 thousand rooms available at a time. Don't worry, old Anapa is still there. You can breathe, swim, and sunbathe everywhere you please. One Anapa is good, two Anapas are even better!
Not far away from Anapa, in the neighboring region of the Republic of Crimea, there's another resort under construction, the Crimean Riviera. Crimea has traditionally been a health resort. Healthcare facilities will soon become available a little further north, on the coast of the Sea of Azov. If you are looking for spa treatments, the health resort of Primorsk is the place to go. The local health and wellness center is soon expected to have a capacity of 700 thousand tourists per year. Apart from your family, you can take there the population of your entire city.

Let's not forget about the Baltic, which also welcomes tourists and has two surprises in store for them. These are the Russian Baltic sea resort located only 60 kilometers (37 miles) away from Kaliningrad and St. Petersburg Marina, the largest yacht project in Russia intended for those who love sailing in the sea, but prefer not to get wet.
Let’s now jump to the East. More precisely, to the shores of Russia's and the world's most famous lake, Baikal. Baikalskaya Sloboda, the first ethnographic resort in Russia, is scheduled to be constructed soon. The project promises to be very informative and highly comfortable...

Interestingly, all of these are year-round resorts, and the water in swimming pools is maintained warm 12 months a year...

俄罗斯面积近1700万平方公里——是世界上面积最大的国家:11个时区、12个海域和3个大洋… 我们的意思是什么? 您一定能够选择您梦想中的假期,最重要的是,感受旅行:聆听它的声音,拍摄它的照片,享受它的气味和美声。

并且,“感受俄罗斯”展览是您规划未来假期的绝佳机会。 这也许是最重要的事情!

国家项目 "旅游和好客工业" 使俄罗斯各地的旅游作为更加方便和有趣。您将能够保存您最喜欢的国家旅游线路,了解新建和改建的酒店和度假村,甚至整个旅游集群。我们将以新的现代格式舒适地旅行。

去吧,朋友们! 在不久的将来,您将需要您所有的五种感官。 您将能够发现令人难以置信的地方,您可能没有考虑过作为度假或旅行目标,并在最后甚至购买旅游到您最喜欢的地方。
1. 大高加索地区
大高加索地区很高兴向客人展示其最好的一面。 20年来,这里开设和开发了十几家世界级度假村。即使您不喜欢登山,当地的美景也会让您流连忘返,例如,从俄罗斯最高的索道站加拉巴什(Garabashi)就能让您欣赏到美景。3847米的高度已经是非常严重的东西。
您将了解到来自卡巴尔达-巴尔卡尔扁的 “黑奇内”(khychiny) 面包有近三十种馅料可供选择;
– 印古什和北奥塞梯山坡上雄伟的石塔实际上既是房屋又是堡垒。塔楼的建造是为了保护它们的土地免受敌人的侵害,它们被一代又一代地保养;
– 在高加索地区,客人在传统上被视为精神的使者,因此会受到主人的尊敬和尊重,并由主人亲自接待。家里所有的食物都会摆在桌上。

您知道如何烤真正的奥塞梯馅饼吗? 非常简单:主妇们,多加点馅儿吧! 馅料至少要比面团多三分之一。

如果您想尝试美味的烤肉串,那么这在高加索地区是一个大问题… 每一位热情好客的主人都会向您保证,他做的烤肉串是最好的。每个人都会以自己的方式是正确的。欢迎来到高加索!
2. 大伏尔加河
伏尔加河的美丽令人着迷。 美丽、强大、伟大的俄罗斯河。 伏尔加河全长为3530公里,是欧洲最长的河流。
– 萨马拉已经连续几年举办“VolgaFest”音乐节,持续整整一周,吸引了很多客人。音乐会、桨板游行、表演、爵士乐之夜、艺术研讨会、森林剧院甚至婚礼策划。2024 年 VolgaFest 活动预计将更加丰富多彩、更加有趣。
您认为一条河里的鱼可不可以比人大两倍啊? 事实证明是可以的。伏尔加河盛产鱼类。 这就是为什么这里创下了许多捕鱼记录。此外,最令人难以置信的钓鱼故事也讲述了……在伏尔加河上。顺便说一句,在这里您可以参观鲟鱼养殖场,亲眼目睹鲟鱼的养殖过程——从鱼卵到成鱼。
3. 远东
这些地方与该国其他地区有很大不同。 它有特殊的风味、自己的植物和动物、特定的气候。
想想看:在哈巴罗夫斯克地区,楚科奇和堪察加半岛的一些地区,有些地方人的脚永远不踏足过。再听一遍。 永-远。
这就是远东——我们国家美丽而可爱的地方。 神秘、严寒、尚未完全开发,资源极其丰富。 旅行者会立即并终生为这些地方着迷。去美丽的远东旅行,您将了解到:
– 您可以在冰雪中游泳温泉。堪察加有 150 多处矿泉。水温很高,即使在严重霜冻的情况下也很完美;
– 您可以从雪山上滑雪直达海洋。
– 您还可以在黑沙滩上享受日光浴,并赤脚沿着当地的海滩漫步。 一定要随身携带一块磁铁——沙子会被它吸引,您就会得到一份独特的纪念品;
– 但在这里如何吃饭则是另一回事了。 在其他地方您找不到如此新鲜美味的螃蟹、软体动物、海鱼以及典型的远东香草和蔬菜。当然,不要忘记我们靠近伟大(而且美味)的邻国中国:远东有很多很棒的中餐馆,我们推荐参观。
4. 波罗的海
有些人认为波罗的海寒冷、不友善、浅水的... 伟大的伊曼努尔·康德是启蒙运动的主要哲学家之一,他一生都生活在波罗的海地区,他说:"一个人看着水坑,看到的是泥土,另一个人看到的是反射的星星"。所以一切都是相对的,即使是波罗的海。
它很美丽——我们的奇妙、亲爱、美丽的波罗的海。 这些松树、沙丘、凉爽的沙子、脚下松针的嘎吱声…… 毕竟,辉煌而非常讲究的圣彼得堡就在附近,那里有剧院、博物馆、宫殿、迷人的郊区和令人兴奋的节日。
圣彼得堡是俄罗斯的文化之都。 巴甫洛夫斯克、普希金、皇村、彼得戈夫、维堡——列宁格勒地区的这些城市值得特别关注。我国顶好的皇家历史都汇集于此。同样非常重要的是,波罗的海地区是生活在这片海岸的各民族文化的独特、谨慎和和谐的结合体。也许每个去过加里宁格勒地区的人都梦想着回到那里。 具有数百年历史的加里宁格勒是一座大型露天博物馆,也是一座和谐、各种各样的城市。加里宁格勒大教堂有一个宏伟的,俄罗斯最大的管风琴。 巴赫的D小调托卡塔在上面听起来多么美妙啊!城里有多么美妙的咖啡馆,咖啡厅和餐馆啊!还有著名的杏仁糖……棒极了。 一定要尝试一下!
5. 西伯利亚
这是一片充满力量、对比和灵感的土地。西伯利亚与其他任何地方都无法混为一谈!在这里,严酷的气候与令人难以置信的美丽风景融为一体。顺便提一下,西伯利亚占俄罗斯领土的三分之一以上。当地居民的慷慨和热情为另外三分之二的人所熟知。我们为地球上最深的湖泊感到自豪——这就是我们的贝加尔湖! 冬天,湖泊变成了美丽的溜冰场,可以进行滑冰和雪地摩托活动。但西伯利亚不仅拥有丰富的自然风光和居住在那里的人们的美妙性格,而且还拥有丰富的动物群。雪豹、兔狲和蝙蝠是西伯利亚列入红皮书的动物。您能想象如果您看到他们会怎样吗?这些印象将持续很长时间,当然,除非您接近这些动物。
但这还不是全部。 西伯利亚还有很多东西要介绍给您。
举例来说,如果您参观阿尔泰生物圈保护区 - 俄罗斯最大的生物圈保护区之一,您将不会后悔。 它的任务是保护捷列茨科耶湖和当地针叶林的独特动植物群。 它是联合国教科文组织五个自然景点之一。
世界上最大的煤炭“贮藏器”——库兹涅茨克煤盆地,您甚至可以从太空中看到它。当然:长250公里,宽100公里。 俄罗斯最好的煤炭就在这里开采,这也是在西伯利亚,更准确地说是在克麦罗沃。
西伯利亚还有一座永久冻土博物馆。 它位于北极圈之外的伊加尔卡村。 在这里,您可以看到这种独特的自然现象,正如他们所说,在其自然环境中。 也许您还能看到猛犸象的足迹。
6. 北部
北部占俄罗斯领土的近 10%。它的面积是土耳其的两倍,肯尼亚的三倍。北方河流总长度超过70万公里,这样一条“带”可以沿着赤道绕地球19圈。北部有六海和三海洋。虽然植物习惯于霜冻,但它们非常脆弱,许多植物被列入红皮书。著名的旅游路线 “俄罗斯银项链”就经过这些地方。
– 您可以在北极光下沿着斜坡滑雪。 在摩尔曼斯克地区的希比内山脉,北极光并不罕见。
– 您可以用裸钩捕获鳕鱼。 有时,一群海鳕鱼会抓住一个没有诱饵的空鱼钩。
– 也许您会幸运地看到鲸鱼。 座头鲸、弓头鲸、蓝鲸、抹香鲸和虎鲸、白鲸和小须鲸都来到并生活在大西洋水域。
– 尝试自己驾驶驯鹿雪橇。 当地的萨米人喜欢组织驯鹿拉雪橇比赛。 只是别忘了最后给鹿吃一些美味的东西。
– 在雪村喝花草茶真是个好主意。 这里有酒店、童话般的小屋、梦幻迷宫、骑士城堡——而这一切都是由冰雪构成的。
– 当然,在这里您可以亲自将写有您最珍视的愿望的信交给冰雪老人。 这必须在他位于大乌斯秋格的住所完成。 然后您就会再次感觉自己有点像孩子了。
7. 大乌拉尔
乌拉尔山脉是一个非凡的地方。 第一张俄罗斯地图是 16 世纪根据伊凡雷帝的命令绘制的,地图的终点是东部的一座名为博利绍伊·卡缅 (大石头) 的山脉。这正是沙皇制图师所说的横跨俄罗斯的乌拉尔山脊。从巴什基尔语翻译过来的“乌拉尔”意思是“腰带”。据传说,曾经有一个巨人居住在这些地方。 他带着一条巨大的腰带走来走去,腰带上镶嵌着宝石。 当腰带变得太重时,巨人就把它放在地上。然后,这条腰带变成了山脉,隐藏着至今仍等待被发现的财富。 也许您会找到!
您还可以试试熊喜欢的蜂蜜。巴什基里亚是世界上唯一一个古老的林中养蜂业工艺保存至今的地区。野蜜(即来自不在养蜂场而是在树洞中的蜜蜂的蜂蜜)由于提取困难而非常昂贵,同时非常美味。当然,在这里您可以把一只脚放在欧洲,另一只脚放在亚洲。 毕竟,欧亚分界线之一正是沿着乌拉尔山脉。在斯维尔德洛夫斯克地区,安装了一座方尖碑,从中划出了分界线。 如果您将一只脚放在线的右侧,另一只脚放在线的左侧,那么您会发现自己同时处于欧洲和亚洲。
8. 俄罗斯金环
亚历山大·普希金、伊凡·屠格涅夫、伊凡·蒲宁、尼古拉·果戈里、– 这些并不是所有受到俄罗斯古代城市启发的伟大作家和诗人。这有充分的理由。我们还为您收集了前往俄罗斯中部十个地区的旅行。 每个地方都有自己的氛围、独特的传统、民间工艺品、农产品、正宗的俄罗斯美食以及数量惊人的教堂和修道院。所有这些都可以激励任何人,而不仅仅是伟大的作家、艺术家或诗人。 每个城市都有一个伟大的故事。
当您前往 俄罗斯中部旅行时,您将能够看到:
– 弗拉基米尔地区,自十二世纪以来,俄罗斯的历史一直在这里延续。还有石头的金门,它从 1164 年就来到了我们身边,经受住了所有历史的考验;
– 伊万诺沃州是充满创造力的人民和大师的故乡。千万不要错过普廖斯市,伟大的艺术家伊萨克·列维坦曾在这里创作了 200 多幅画作;
– 斯摩棱斯克要塞,被认为是世界上现存最令人印象深刻的砖砌防御工事。
– 英雄城市图拉。 武器、茶炊和儿童玩具传统上都是在这里制造的。 不要忘记非常美味的当地纪念品 - 图拉蜜糖饼;
– 圣谢尔盖圣三一修道院。 这是俄罗斯中部最大的东正教修道院。 修道院的白色石墙后面有50座建筑,几乎全部被列入联合国教科文组织世界遗产名录;
– 卡利亚津镇为游客所熟知,主要是因为人工水库中间小岛上的钟楼;
– 雅罗斯拉夫尔是金环的象征首都。 顺便说一句,雅罗斯拉夫尔市中心完全被联合国教科文组织认定为历史遗产;
– 我们强烈推荐国家旅游“帝国路线”,沿着这条路线行驶,您几乎可以通过俄罗斯统治者的眼睛看到该地区,因为罗曼诺夫家族的三位女王就是在这里出生的。
9. 俄罗斯南部

俄罗斯南部为您提供一系列令人难以置信的令人兴奋的体验、未受破坏的自然风光、国际水平的服务——所有这些都位于各种文明的建筑古迹中。来到南方,一定要参观罗斯托夫自然保护区的“蔚蓝之花”生态步道。 沿途有数千种植物,其中许多都是独一无二的。 而且非常美丽,就像施伦克的郁金香一样。
或者哈卓赫峡谷。 这是阿迪格真正的奇迹。
狭窄的峡谷在别拉亚河谷中绵延半公里,两侧耸立着 40 米高的悬崖。 几千年来,水侵蚀了石头,赋予它们奇妙的形状。
哥萨克鱼汤 - 由多种鱼类制成,添加鲤鱼鱼子酱、传奇的阿迪格奶酪、酸奶油炖塞瓦斯托波尔拉帕纳、库班罗宋汤值得特别关注。 怎么样,您已经有食欲了吗?
10. 海上度假村
世界上可能没有一个人不想现在就去海边。 将人字拖和太阳镜扔进行李箱,搭乘第一趟航班前往阳光明媚、充满大海气息的地方。 黑海、波罗的海、亚速海、里海——谁在乎! 海就是无处不在的海,不是吗?

当然,黑海是俄罗斯游泳和日光浴爱好者最受欢迎的目的地之一。我们的字母表中第一个是什么?阿,阿纳帕。这座城市因其海滩和海滨而备受喜爱。每年来这里的游客人数接近 600 万。在不久的将来,这个数字还会更多。毕竟,目前正在建设一个全新的全年度假胜地—“新阿纳帕”。它将成为一座拥有自己的海滩、酒店、温水游泳池、电影院、水疗中心和餐厅的完整城市,同时为客人提供近 15,000 间客房。别担心,老阿纳帕没什么不好。您可以在任何地方呼吸、游泳和享受日光浴。简直是一个阿纳帕很好,但两个更好!
非常近,有人可能会说隔壁,在克里米亚共和国境内,另一个度假村正在建设中——克里米亚里维埃拉。人们传统上去克里米亚是为了身体健康。 顺便说一句,在更北一点的亚速海沿岸,您的健康状况将有可能得到改善。普里莫尔斯克度假村将在那里欢迎所有水疗爱好者。当地保健中心很快每年将接待多达70万名游客。 这样,您不仅可以和家人一起去,还可以和您的城市一起去。我们不要忘记波罗的海地区,这里对游客也很有利,很快就会为他们带来两个惊喜。即距离加里宁格勒仅 60 公里的“俄罗斯波罗的海”度假胜地,以及俄罗斯最大的游艇项目“圣彼得堡游艇码头”,适合那些喜欢在海里游泳但更喜欢在保持干燥的情况下游泳的人。
现在让我们急速向东移动。更准确地说,让我们前往该国乃至世界最著名的湖泊——贝加尔湖的岸边。 俄罗斯第一个民族志度假村“贝加尔斯卡亚斯洛博达”很快将在那里开辟。那里的一切都会很提供知识的,也很舒服......
重要的是,所有这些度假村都是全年运营,而且泳池每年 12 个月都有温水……

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