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How to spend the best winter ❄️ holiday ever😍?
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You must have heard a lot about Russia and now it is just the time to witness it with your own eyes! 👀 ————————
Our Magic Winter in Russia tour program is a collaboration of affordable amusement and great adventure:
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✅7 days in major cultural cities: Moscow and St. Petersburg
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✅Sightseeing around the most significant landmarks
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✅Enjoyable outdoor activities
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✅Special Christmas prices
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✅Incredible memories for a lifetime
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We are waiting for our guest with our arms wide open 🤗 ————————
Made up your mind? Contact us in direct 📬
Rumors say, that a bad day in Moscow is better than a good day elsewhere...
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Try to imagine yourself wandering about the city. Look around: fairs, lightened streets🤩, beautiful buildings with a white topping and delightful atmosphere! ☃️
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Dreaming about memorable winter vacations? Well, we are presenting a Special Offer for all our guests - a Magic Winter in Russia tour program!
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Have you already chosen where to spend your upcoming Christmas holidays? Moscow? Perfect decision👌🏽
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👉🏼Address us in Direct 📬 and book any date convenient for you 📆
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A Russian smile - myth or reality?🧐
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On the photo are the US, Italian and Russian cosmonauts. The Russian cosmonaut Dmitry is in the center.
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A lot of fuss is around Russians being gloomy🙁. Why do they hide their smiles anyway?
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Here is a list of possible reasons, why a random Russian didn’t give you a smile back. Try to guess, which are true?
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✅Russian winters are so cold that face muscles freeze and become less flexible
✅A smile in Russia is a sign of favor to a concrete person
✅Russians don’t share a smile without a reason
✅Russians take life too seriously
✅Russians do not smile at strangers, only at people, who they know personally
✅Due to superstitious beliefs, Russians have a daily smile limit
✅Russians take a smile as an act of communication, not as a gesture of politeness
✅There is a tax on smiling in public
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Any thoughts?
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If you’ve ever been to Russia, how many smiles from locals have you collected?🤗
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Over 100 kilograms of gold😱 were used to gild the façade and numerous statues of the magnificent Catherine Palace in Tsarskoye Selo
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This is the former summer residence of the Russian Imperial family.😍 In Autumn 🍂 it is especially charming, isn’t it?
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One of the most beautiful park and palace ensembles in Europe, the Tsarskoye Selo attracts visitors from all over the world 🌍
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Swipe left to have a closer look at the mesmerizing palace👉🏼🏰
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Photo by @eduard_gordeev_
Who is she?😍
-A beautiful woman, a caring mother and....a Prima ballerina!
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When it comes to the world of ballet Russia is a serious contender.😈 Powerful and distinctive, the elegant dance is now an important part of the Russian culture
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The gorgeous lady in the photo is Evgenia Obraztsova - the Prima ballerina with the Bolshoi ballet. Born and bred a dancer, she is a glowing star of the ballet history🌟
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Swipe left to see the ballet queen Evgenia act on stage🤩👉🏼
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One of the worlds greatest opera and ballet theatres, the Bolshoi is a great source of pride for all Russians😌
Get ready - winter is coming. This time of year in the Russian capital is truly something special. We’ve got 5 🖐🏼reasons why:
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✅ Festive spirit
Fancy decorations 🎉in the streets, fairs, fireworks, shows - all to celebrate Russia’s favorite holidays: New Year ’s Eve along with orthodox Christmas
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✅ Staying active
Ice sledging for fun, skiing ⛷ for fit, ice-skating for special moments. All the facilities
are in close approach all around town
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✅ Cultural experience
Valued world theatre 🎭 premiers, museums and workshops are at your service. Your kids can go to Kremlin for the New Years show called “Yolka” - a tradition for generations of Muscovites and visitors from all over the country
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✅ Affordable trip💵
Low season along with favorable national currency exchange rates will save your trip budget. Prices for accommodation starting at 40 USD per night and average bill at a fine restaurant - 60 USD.
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✅ Muscovites
One of the most attractive parts of visiting Moscow in winter is New Year’s fever you catch from Muscovites. Their bright eyes and smiling faces full of anticipation of what is ahead of them will reload and inspire you to come back for more or perhaps explore other regions of Russia. ⠀
Would you consider Moscow as your winter ❄️ getaway?
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Photo by @kobektas
Here’s to foodies!
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A traditional Russian 🥘 is not for faint-hearted: starters, first course, second course and dessert.
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Traditions keep living on once you add a modern vibe to it. Let’s do it the Russian way, but go beyond one cuisine? How about Russian soup , Georgian meat 🍖 and Italian gelato 🍧 ?
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Moscow’s food markets offer more than 40 cuisine stalls under one roof. If it already gave you a tongue 😛 boner, here’s a list to satisfy your hunger:
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✅Central market on Rozhdestvensky blvd. More than 40 cuisine choices delivered by independent caterers
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✅Vokrug Sveta on Nikolskaya St. 24 food stalls from best Russian caterers and an entertaining program with competitions 🏅 and music 🎵
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✅Danilovsky Market on Mytnaya St. 30+ cuisine choices and the best Pho 🍲 Bo in Moscow
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✅Usachevsky market on Usacheva St. 20+ food stalls and the best sushi 🍣 and oysters in Moscow
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Not only can you get your stomach full. Take the best products from Russian farmers away with you!
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Bon Appetit!😋🍴
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5 facts you didn’t know about Moscow😍:
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✅Moscow is the largest European city having an area of 2511 square km and with a population of 12 million
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✅The Moscow Kremlin is the world’s largest medieval fortress.🏰
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✅ The first McDonalds opened in Pushkin Square on January 31,  1990. The queue to the fast-food restaurant ran for several kilometers
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✅Moscow claims the largest number of billionaires🤑 in the world. Per Forbes, there are 84 billionaires in the city
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✅ There are 7 identical high-rise buildings in Moscow: 2 hotels, 2 office buildings, 2 houses and a university. These are Stalin skyscrapers, or Seven Sisters
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Would you like to visit the Russian capital?
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Photo by @kobektas
Tag your friends to guess – I bet🤝everyone will claim this picture is 💯% Russian. You got that right! Winter background and a well for a start. Folding “Matreshka” dolls. And the cute girl👧🏼 in National ornaments.
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Did you notice the necklace? – It is actually edible!🍴 The little dough rings are called “Sushka”. They are dry and hard, come plain or sweet, and topped with poppy seeds. Kids love them😋. They normally come along with tea ☕️ from wood boiled pot “Samovar”.
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Would you like to taste the flavor of the Russian winter☃️?
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Photo by @rosphoto
St. Petersburg is truly a miracle😍
Reasonably called “Venice of the North”, the city is a web of water canals, home to romantic boat rides⛵️ and incredible bridges, white nights in summer and glowing ice in winter!
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What is the city associated with? Fierce wind 🌬over water. But it’s not the cold❄️that gives the shivers - it’s the incredible atmosphere!
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Elegant and well-preserved, the cultural heart of the World’s largest country, St. Petersburg guards the most precious historical gems ,💎 gathered from all over the world 🌍
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Dreaming to visit this hypnotizing place? Address us in direct📥 or leave a comment down below👇🏼
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Video by @air_voyager
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Did you know that St. Petersburg’s  Palace square in this picture is actually two times bigger than the Red Square in Moscow😯?
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The main square of Russia’s “Culture capital” hosts major parades, shows, concerts, and is considered as one of the major downtown landmarks!
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The “Triumph” Arch and the General Staff Building in this picture just blaze in the lights of sunset and  reflect on the glide surface of the parade.
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Would you want to take a selfie 🤳 with this fancy background?
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Photo by @rosphoto
Yes, in Russia we keep bears 🐻 as pets for our children to play with – Just kidding! The bears just walk around wherever they want and sometimes step by to say “Hi” - Kidding again!
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This amazing set-up picture called “Masha and the Bear” was shot for a photography contest 📸 in Russia.
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Today Russia’s known for efforts to preserve🤗 wildlife and nature🌿. Would you like to see what Russia has to offer outside of major cities?
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