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Tourists, foreigners, and Russians themselves flock to Moscow to see what makes this city pulse. Moscow is busy and fast-paced with its efficient subway system and 11 million people, but it is also steady and reliable with its cultural and historic relics that are still an integral part of the Russian consciousness. Moscow for the visitor can seem tantalizingly overwhelming. The city's so large it can be difficult to determine what the best things to do in Moscow really are. So . . . in order to get a taste of what Moscow means to Russia, what should you see if you don’t know where to start?
Saint Petersburg is the second largest city in Russia and the cultural capital of the country. St. Petersburg is a city of magic beauty, a city of white nights, broad straight avenues, green parks, countless bridges and canals. The greatest architects of the 18-th and 19-th centuries created magnificent ensembles in our city. St.Petersburg reminds some visitors of Rome, others of Paris, Vienna or Amsterdam. But actually there is no city in the world like St. Petersburg. It s bridges, canals, granite embankments, railings, museums make our city one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Future participants and guests of the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games 2014 will remember Sochi as one of the most comfortable Winter Games destinations. Sochi’s hotel complex is already considered as one of the best health resorts in the country. However, by the time the Games arrive to Sochi, the resort will have been further transformed into one of a truly world-class level. In fact, everyone who visits the Games, be they IOC members, officials, journalists, fans - will be offered stylish, modern and above all comfortable hotel accommodation.
On the banks of the Volga River, Kazan sits austerely, its cityscape a visual confection of architecture that somehow manages to be both playful and severe. No matter your spiritual inclination, you simply must visit the Temple of All Religions, a Technicolor cultural center built by artist Ildar Khanov. Though still a work in progress, the "temple" is a feast for the eyes—and the spirit.
Siberia has friendly inhabitants, rapidly improving restaurants and many new or renovated hotels. Prices are rising but remain much lower than in European Russia. The region remains one of the least touristed areas in all of Asia; you'll really need rudimentary Russian to travel independently as neither museums nor most hotels or restaurants usually have a word of English. However, several cities do have English-speaking tour agencies who can help you out. This is especially helpful for preparing trekking adventures (facilities are minimal in situ) and for arranging peak summer-season bookings around Altai and Lake Baikal.
From year to year river cruises selected as a holiday more and more people. Boat trip - one of the most romantic and unforgettable experiences for a form of recreation. In a river cruise families with children, family or company - you organize activities on the water, enjoying not only the diversity of experiences of change cities, sunsets and sunrises, the flora and fauna around you, but also because land excursions to places of stops ship.
Belarus is a country of rich history and original culture. In Belarus there is a significant number of historic towns: Novogrudok — the first capital of the Grand Principality of Lithuania, Polotsk — the capital of the Principality of Polotsk, Turov and Grodno — major towns of Slavonic principalities in the 9th-12th centuries, Mstislavl — the centre of a large voivodship of the 16th century. Many towns have retained ancient temples and monasteries, palaces and castles, precious historical monuments and cultural sites.
Ukraine offers many fascinating museums and art galleries to visit. Ukraine has a strong artistic and cultural heritage which supports many galleries throughout the country. The Podol Fortuna Gallery is known for its social realism art while the Aquarel Gallery and Gallery 36 tend to feature many young, local Ukrainian artists.
Moldova is very popular as the country is well connected through the different means of transport. Flight is the easiest way to reach Moldova. Chisinau is the main airport of Moldova. Moscow, Budapest, Prague, Vienna, Rome, Kiev and other places offer flights to the city. Moldavian Airlines and Air Moldova are the main flight companies of this country. Bus service is also available in Moldova. Five buses ply on a regular basis in Moldova. Train service is also very frequent and regular.
Ski in two very beautiful ski resorts of Georgia. Bakuriani and Gudauri.
Relaxing on the Georgian beaches on the black sea in Batumi, Kobuleti, Ureki, Gonia etc.
Kazakhstan has the world's second richest phosphorite reserves (after Russia) the phosphorite deposits of Zhanatas and Karatau are second to none in the world in terms of thickness and quality.
Kazakhstan is also a world-leading producer of aluminum.
There are extremely good reserves of copper ore. The Zhezkazgan ore deposits are the second largest in the world by potential.
Kazakhstan has enormous resources of salt and construction materials.
Prospected deposits are a good basis to develop mining, coal-mining, metallurgy, oil-and-gas and chemical industries.