Russia The Land of Diverse Nature and Extremities

Best Time to Visit

Between May - September

Recommended Stay

Between 05 Nights - 07 Nights

wishcover recommendations

  • See the Kremlin, Armoury complex, Red Square and St Basil's Cathedral
  • Explore one of the world's biggest and best art collections in the Hermitage
  • Take a hydrofoil into the Gulf of Finland to visit Peter the Great’s palace
  • Visit the Peter and Paul Fortress, the city's first permanent building
  • See the Catherine Palace and marvel at the phenomenal wealth of the Tsars
  • Wander along St Petersburg's canals
  • Soak up the scenery of Lake Baikal on the Circum Baikal Railway

Visa essentials

Tourist Visa is required in case you enter Russian Federation for tourism purposes. Tourist visa can be valid for up to 30 days and can be issued for single or double entry. Dates of validity of the visa will correspond with the dates mentioned on your tourist confirmation.
  • Original passport with at least 2 blank visa-designated pages (passport must be valid for at least 6 months after intended departure date from Russia)
  • Visa Application forms
  • 2 recent photographs: 35X45mm, white background matt finish, 80% face size
  • Covering letter mentioning the details of the visit and travel itinerary
  • Tourist confirmation (in Russian language) by a Russian travel agency registered with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. The confirmation must show the Agency's Reference Number and Registration Number
  • Confirmed Air tickets


A visit to Russia today is an encounter with an undiscovered land. The largest country in the world, Russia sprawls across 11 different time zones and is home to more than 140 million people. Russia offers a broad array of travel experiences, from treks up the slopes of glacier-capped mountains to strolls along the shoreline of Earth’s oldest & deepest freshwater lake. Historical sites and cultural activities in the country’s great cosmopolitan cities abound as well. Whether you’re exploring the grounds of Moscow’s Kremlin or wandering through the steppes of Mongolia, a visit to Russia is an adventure not soon forgotten.
Russia’s highlights are its two major cities, crammed with architectural masterpieces on a grand design. Moscow’s biggest landmark is Red Square, home to St Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin. The former Imperial city of St Petersburg holds the Winter Palace, the Hermitage Museum, and many other magnificent buildings. The picturesque Golden Ring towns and cities surround Moscow and are known for their historical sights, while remote Kamchatka lies in an active volcanic region of hot springs and geysers with brown bears casually roaming the streets.


  • Moscow, with its landmarks, amazing Metro stations, world-class museums, and cultural glories
  • St Petersburg for breathtaking architecture, the Hermitage Museum, and Imperial heritage
  • Freezing Irkutsk, Russia’s most easterly city
  • The Tartar heartland of the Volga region and Kazan city
  • Spectacular, volcanic Kamachatka for its hot springs and brown bears
  • Lake Baikal, the deepest lake in the world, and its surrounding landscapes
  • Kizhi Island in Lake Onega, a UNESCO World Heritage site for its open-air cultural museum
  • Siberia’s massive rivers, lakes, tundras, steppes, forests, and snowy isolation

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