RUSSIA IN WINTER
Russia is a very attractive travel destination due to its changeable seasons. Summer, spring and fall are usually crowded with tourists, but have you ever thought about travel to Russian for your winter holidays? Cold and snowing - which is how many people picture Russia. Yes, it may be cold and snowy, but winter makes Russia romantic and full of unforgettable authentic experiences when snowfall sprinkles the streets, palaces, statues and churches. Besides, no long lines for some of Moscow and St Petersburg’s points of interest, and what is more, you’re more likely to have the sights entirely for yourself.
What to do in Russia in winter? What are the best places to visit in Russia in winter? East West Tours, the leading Russian tour operator for English speakers travelling to Russia have the answers. Celebrate Christmas and New Years in Moscow or St. Petersburg, visit Murmansk for a hance to see the Northern Lights, or to truly get into the winter spirit, go for Siberia tour packages. You will experience Baikal’s beauty, glance through a metre-thick ice, and enjoy crystal clear air surrounded by beautiful white landscapes.