Travel To Russia

To travel to Russia is to discover a land of enchanting culture, a timeless sun, and winter magic all amidst a rich political history, allowing visitors to step back in time, as the nationals there are profoundly proud of their heritage. Yet, this country is striving forward, regaining notoriety on the culture scene. Russia is now a fantastic opportunity to see the reality of an oppressed people turning into a wondrous and vivacious nation, determined to rise above the ashes like a phoenix.

A place like no other, Russia offers imperial cities and ancient ruins of the royalty of days gone by. Moscow and St. Petersburg are exciting cities to discover during travel to Russia. These two cities are the center of tourism for the country, and host a variety of hotels at affordable pricing. And, Russian art culture is regaining its strength and is the heart beat of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Renowned Russian architecture, beautifully restored cathedrals, literature and music bring these cities the exciting edge of past meets present and tourists want to experience them both.

Russia offers cold hard winters, but beautiful and majestic summers. World class fishing is found in the meandering rivers and the largest freshwater lake in the world is within the Russian boarders. Those that travel to Russia will want to experience the Far East Russia where the north meets the south and creates a semitropical summer with wild landscapes and incredible wildlife. Siberia, home to the Siberian Tiger is now open to tourists and an untamed landscape, waiting to be discovered.

When planning to vacation here, visitors can plan, book, and pay for all of their travel and stay online through the Internet. There are Russian travel agencies that network with American agencies in getting visas and other legalities explained and executed. A visit to this country is different than travel in the United States, and those who are planning a trip to Russia should research and gather travel tips and take precautions when advised. While a Russian vacation today could be an exciting adventure, it is always wise to be prepared.

God created the heavens and the earth, and God created beautiful Russia and its generous and charming people. Travel to Russia could reveal a people in spiritual need, and this could be a fantastic opportunity to pray for and reach out to a country that has experienced oppression. "And this I pray, that your love may abound yet more and more in knowledge and in all judgment; that ye may approve things that are excellent; that ye may be sincere and without offence till the day of Christ." (Philippians 1:9-10)

Travel to Moscow can be a most educational experience, for those who seek a bit of culture and history in their vacations, in a rapidly changing political, social, and economic climate. Such conditions have brought much growth to Moscow during the past decade or so and, of course, the changes continue to create numerous obstacles for Muscovites as well. "As cold waters to a thirsty soul, so is good news from a far country" (Proverbs 25:25).

A visit to Russia must be planned in advance. There are only a few nonstop flights from the United States to this fascinating country, so travelers need to check with their travel agent to ensure finding the best airfare and most suitable schedule. Experts advise tourists to pre-arrange a transfer from the airport to the hotel. Gypsy cabs are available at the airport but travelers run the risk of being swindled.

When planning a visit, tourists must keep in mind the Russian climate. Winters are notoriously harsh; the temperatures are bitterly cold and the days are short and dreary. However, the blanket of snow that covers the city makes for very pretty photographs. The best times to travel to Moscow are late spring and early autumn, just before or after the prime tourist season. When planning the visit, travelers might enjoy including some of the historically and politically significant tourist attractions. Gorky Park is a 275-acre recreation center that is very popular in the summertime. They can enjoy a panoramic view of the city from the top of the huge Ferris wheel there, and also enjoy a boating pond, sports fields, and cafes.

For high culture, tourists can visit the Bolshoi Theater, an amazing building in terms of architecture with equally remarkable ballet troupes and operas gracing the stage. Tickets often sell out fast, so it's wise to book early. No travel to Moscow is complete without a stop at Red Square. During the Soviet area, impressive military parades were held in Red Square. Many tourists say that Red Square is most remarkable at night, when it is entirely lit up by floodlights and the five red starts on top of the Kremlin towers contrast with the dark sky.

Every traveler will need a map of the city. It's easy to notice that many of the attractions are within walking distance. Other transportation options include the metro, buses, trolleys, trams, and taxis. The metro is considered the best form of transportation, with over 200 stops within the city and trains running every few minutes. It is worth taking a few trips on the metro just to see the interesting and elaborate architecture at some of the stops. As it is with any trip to a foreign destination, the vacation may be best enjoyed through a guided tour or travel package. Numerous travel companies sponsor tours of Moscow. Knowing that all travel, lodging, and sightseeing details are taken care of could make travel to Moscow that much more enjoyable.

Travel To Ukraine

Travel to Ukraine has a lot to offer the history buff and the very physically fit traveler, who wants to explore this ancient region of the world for its museums and rugged landscape. The Ukraine was the center of the first Slavic state, Kievan Rus, in the 10th and 11th centuries when it was the largest and most powerful state in Europe. A series of conquests over the centuries greatly diminished it's power, and its final conqueror was the Soviet Union. Traveling to this part of the world gives a visitor a chance to view its colorful history through its many museums and view up close the works of one of its most famous authors, Chekov, when visiting the Chekov house-museum, where the playwright spent the last five years of his life.

In Kiev, a number of tour guides offer hiking, biking, and mountain climbing for the adventurous tourists wanting to experience a more physical type of vacation. Built in the 11th century, St. Sophia Cathedral is the country's oldest church, and it is decorated with mosaics and frescos that are stunningly beautiful. Including Kiev in the plans to the travel to Ukraine agenda also gives one the opportunity to visit the Chernobyl Museum, which documents the worst non-wartime nuclear disaster in history. The Caves Monastery, founded in 1051, has a guesthouse for visitors, and guests can join in prayer with the monks. Travelers may also include a visit to Yalta, which became an upscale resort on the Black Sea when Alexander II made nearby Livadia his summer residence.

If the traveler is interested in WWII history, the northwest part of Odessa has a network of tunnels that sheltered partisans during the war. These catacombs have been turned into a Museum of Partisan Glory. Guided tours to the area are available, but only in the Russian or Ukrainian languages. Traveling in this part of the world will also include a wide variety of different cuisine. The country produces a wide variety of fruits and vegetables that are prepared in a multitude of tasty recipes. One cautionary note for visitors, though, is to be sure to drink bottled water. Travel to Ukraine could turn unpleasant with the illnesses possible by drinking tap water.

Visitors to this part of the country have the opportunity to see a country which has had a democratically elected government for a very little time, and that was achieved when the people demanded the corrupt regime be replaced with one led by a reformer by the name of Victor Yushchenko. There are three branches of government that Americans will find familiar: Executive, legislative, and judicial. Visas are required for travel to Ukraine, and may be obtained in Washington D.C., San Francisco, and Chicago. The people of Ukraine are hard-working and determined to take care of themselves, physically and spiritually. Scripture has this to say about self-sustaining people: "He that tilleth his land shall have plenty of bread: but he that followeth after vain persons shall have poverty enough." (Proverbs 28:19)

Travel to Romania and see one of the most beautiful, friendly and historic countries in Southeast Europe. A country that has only enjoyed freedom from communism since the early 1990's, Romania is a blend of many different cultural and ethnic influences, due to many national invasions over the course of centuries. Experiencing the most national freedom in their history, Romania continues to build a country whose growth was crippled by past communist government control. Noted for its medieval past, the trip will provide an experience that includes continued glimpses of an intriguing by gone era.

Displaying its legacy of cultural and artistic talent, this European country intrigues those who travel to Romania, with the intricacy and expertise of many citizen artisans. Architecture, paintings, writings, and other artistic offerings are not only remnants of ancient Romanian societies, but also are the work of many of its present artists. Castles and medieval structures remain throughout the country giving those who tour the countryside a mystical feel for its early history. Romania's countryside and its cities still retain much of its ancient heritage and its people still reflect a slower, relaxed way of earlier European life.

The landscape offers those who travel to Romania a huge diversity with its tall mountain peaks, rolling hillsides, sparkling lakes, busy rivers and silent plains. Romania is a country of four distinct seasons ranging from hot summers, mild falls to very cold winters. A winter visitor can explore the cold, Transylvania mountains and learn about its centuries-old folklore. Travel the expanse of the Black Sea, which offers a change in climate. Forest land covers one third of Romania and is host to wolves, bears, and lynx. A trip to Romania is the ultimate for the outdoor enthusiast who enjoys hiking and all sorts of wildlife.

For an unparalleled travel experience, stay at many of the mid-budget accommodations found throughout the countryside. The full experience will include staying among the citizens, and enjoy their infectious laughter and sense of humor, tasting the Hungarian and German influence in many Romanian food dishes. Experience of the everyday life of strolling to the outdoor shops and markets for food and other essentials that continue today in spite of surrounding modern conveniences. Travel to Romania in style and make memories for a lifetime without breaking one's budget. Online travel agencies can assist travelers in a unique experience to southeastern Europe. "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament showeth his handywork." (Psalm 19:1)





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