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Vladimir Ilych Lenin, the iconic leader of the Bolshevik Revolution changed the perception about Revolution forever. He died on January 21, 1924. When the Government was ready to bury his body, they got more than 10000 telegrams of the general public to keep his body embalmed. Since then Lenin Mausoleum amidst Moscow’s Red Square is a remarkable place to visit during Russia Tour. Lenin is still there, frozen in time.Lenin Mausoleum- The Modern Mummy
Tired of Boring Parks? Gorky Park can be considered as the best recreational places in Russia. The park was opened in the year 1928 and has everything one can look for in a well-maintained park. Aleksey Gorky was the famous Russian writer and the Park is named after him. It is the central park in Moscow. The original park is divided into two parts and has a quiet place to spend a lazy afternoon, an amusement zone for other activities as well.Gorky park – a Fun Park to Spend Some Time
The Palace Bridge is one of the worth watching sites in St. Petersburg and an unavoidable attraction during the Russia Tour. This drawbridge opening and closing are no less than a spectacular show. Yes, people gather here to witness the technological masterpiece. St. Petersburg can boast of having 12 such drawbridges, but the Palace Bridge’s extravagant surrounding, moving between Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace via Palace Bridge is an experience in itself.Bridge opening at the Palace Bridge in St. Petersburg
Located beside Moskva River, Moscow is Russia’s Cosmopolitan Capital. This old city has a mentionable historical past. The harmony of artistry and majesty thrills every traveler who visits Moscow. The Red Square, the Moscow Kremlin, Lenin’s Mausoleum, and St. Basil’s cathedral, these gems cannot be missed during Russia Tour.
St. Petersburg is the epitome of imperial Russia and people fondly call it the Venice of the North. The mighty Neva River with the raising of 342 bridges and massive canals, St. Petersburg is a royal city in every sense. Spending a day in the Hermitage and witnessing great works of Picasso can be exhilarating. The legendary Summer White Nights is another site to be witnessed.
Kazan can be considered one of the most surprising cities in Russia. Be it the Temple of all Religion or the blue Kul Sharif Mosque, Kazan is home to people from different religions. The openness of the Millennium Park shows the true quality of life people enjoy in Kazan. So keeping Kazan in Russian Tour destinations can provide a whole new experience. Do not forget to collect the Tatar handcrafts of Kazan.
Yekaterinburg is known for its distinct architectures, the Beatles memorial, and exceptionally rich museums. The ornamented Sevastyanov house, Ural Mineralogy Museum, State Academical Opera and Ballet Theatre, and the dramatic past make Yekaterinburg different from the rest of Russia. It will be a great loss not to visit the Church of Blood and its stunning golden domes.
Initially, a port city of Russia, Vladivostok, is also known for its charming characteristic. Nestled in the hilly setting and the sandy coastline along the Pacific, that what Vladivostok is like. Golden Horn Bay is the most famous one among them. Vladivostok is famed for being the educational and cultural hub of Russia.
It is hard to think of urban settings when it comes to Siberia, but Irkutsk is one of those rare cities that can amaze any visitor. Be it hike to Lake Baikal or just to enjoy the hearty food, Irkutsk can offer many unique experiences. Church of the Savior, Yunosti Island, or attending the annual ice sculpture festival- Irkutsk is well prepared to make Russia Tour an unforgettable array of memories.
The best time to make the Russia Tour plan is early June, i.e. late spring in Russia.