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Most Russia hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Russia’s vast landmass encompasses icy Siberian wastelands, glacier-capped mountains, sprawling forests, deep lakes and beach resorts. The imperial splendor of its cities is only part of the urban story. Today, they are places rich with galleries, museums and nightlife.
In the west of the country sits Moscow, a prosperous modern city with breathtaking architecture. Stroll around Red Square and tour the Kremlin, a fortified complex containing churches, palaces and Russia’s parliament. Venture inside St. Basil’s Cathedral, famous for its onion-shaped multicolored domes. See the embalmed body of Vladimir Lenin, the first head of the Soviet Union, inside the Lenin Mausoleum. Book a ticket to see a ballet or opera performance at the Bolshoi Theater. Tour some of the 119 hectares (294 acres) of the centrally located Gorky Park, where you can enjoy a picnic or join in a game of volleyball in summer and hit the ice skating rink in winter.
See some of the countryside from Moscow north to St. Petersburg on a train journey; the high-speed Sapsan train covers the 435 miles (700 kilometers) in just under 4 hours. St. Petersburg is the cultural capital of the country. Appreciate hundreds of years of western art at the Hermitage, a museum that holds more than 3 million artifacts. Go on a sightseeing tour of the city by cruising along its canals.
Many Russians take their vacations on the Black Sea Coast, home to numerous beaches and resorts. The largest resort region is Sochi, stretching for about 90 miles (144 kilometers) along the coast. Flanked by the Caucasus Mountains it is also a ski destination in the winter and hosted the 2014 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Russia’s vast wilderness and diverse landscapes offer seemingly countless outdoor activities. Hike up the volcanic peaks of the Kamchatka Peninsula in the far east. Walk along the shores of Siberia’s Lake Baikal and explore the forests and lakes of Paanajärvi National Park, a wilderness area near the border with Finland.
For a fascinating travel experience, take an epic trip on the Trans-Siberian Railway, the longest railway in the world. One of the most popular routes is from Moscow to Beijing, a week-long journey that passes through huge swathes of wilderness and by remote villages of little wooden houses.
A: Take your trip to the next level with your very own rental car. Whether you're checking out everything that Moscow has to offer or heading out into the wider Moscow Oblast area, having your own set of wheels lets you do your holiday your way. St. Petersburg and and its surrounding region are also best explored from behind the wheel. So what are you waiting for? Check out our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Russia and see if something catches your eye.
A: Flights to and from Russia typically operate from one of these main airports:
A: Most travellers book hotels in Russia. However, you won't be lacking in options. Apartments, hostels and guest houses are the next most commonly booked hotel types.
A: It's completely up to you. Combine flights, hotels and cars, or simply pick one option. You can also add some top attractions and activities to your travel schedule. Whatever it is you're after, Expedia can help you organise a holiday in Russia that's right for you.
A: You can save money (and time) by bundling your bookings with us. From Rental Cars to Hotels, Expedia will help you create an unforgettable Russia adventure. The more you organise now, the more you stand to save. You'll also have less to be worried about when you hit the ground in your destination.
A: If Moscow is one of the places you're staying in, Red Square should be up the top of your to-do list.
On the other hand, if you're stopping for a while in St. Petersburg, head to State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace.
Or, if Novosibirsk is where you're headed, Novosibirsk Zoo is a well-known attraction that's not to be missed.
Great place with 10min to Red Square! A lot of restaurants and events around! Like this hotel!
Exellant hotel. Staff make an efford to meet all your needs. We staid in suit room which was amasing. We booked half boad. Breakfast was verh good. Dinner was so so. Lokation is conveniant and very quite.
Room is comfortable and breakfast delivered on time
Such an amazing hotel! The location is perfect if you are traveling for vacation or business. The bar on the rooftop
The balcony, and the view from the hotel was great. The open pool time is little bit short, it would be nice if the open pool time will be longer.