In this article, I'll review the holidays and main celebrations that take place in Russia annually. While religious holidays have to do with the Orthodox Church, many of the non-religious holidays commemorate victories or military events. There are also days dedicated to women, work, cosmonautics, etc. If you are traveling to Russia, it is important to know the holidays and the main
5.4. Russian products
Matryoshka, vodka, caviar or Russian hats are not the only Russian products. In this section I talk about Russian products that you can buy in Russia or through online stores.
A very frequent question of those who decide to travel to Russia is whether to make the trip through travel agencies, or if they could do it on their own. In this post, I will give you a series of tips and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of each option, so that you can decide how to do it. THREE OPTIONS of traveling to Russia When traveling to Russia you can choose three
Maps are a good way to learn what is happening in the world at a glance. In this post I have selected the best 15 maps that can give you a better insight of Russia and to discover very specific and curious aspects of the country. Note: below each map you will find the source from which it comes, if you’d like to know more information and investigate the statistical source that is being
The list of souvenirs that you can buy in Russia is varied: you have wooden souvenirs (for example, matryoshkas), clothes (the shawl, the russian cap or ushanka, hockey jerseys or clothes and Soviet accessories), metal utensils (such as the Samovar), semiprecious stones (such as amber or malachite), porcelain (Gzhel) or food products (caviar, vodka or zefir). If you are traveling to Russia, you