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This gorgeous city is a great visit even for the most well-heeled traveller. With ancient architectural structures that showcase its glorious past, Kazan boasts a rich heritage.


Russia’s capital is the perfect tourist’s paradise. Not only is it populous and political, it is also fashionable. The centre of Moscow boasts row upon row of French, Italian and other expensive fashion houses from around the world. It also bears a rich lineage of musical theatre and opera, which culminates in exotic and stunning performances. One can also visit the famous Saint Basil’s Cathedral with its elegant onion domes, as well as the lovely Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and the Seven Sisters.


Rostov-on-Don is the industrial, scientific and cultural centre of the south of the country, and an important railway junction. The city was founded in 1749 on the hilly banks of the river Don. Rostov Regional Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Modern Fine Arts on Dmitrovskaya, Museum of Russian-Armenian Friendship, Rostov Museum of Railway Equipment and the Centre of Modern Art are must-visits.


The capital of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, this is an important transport, logistic and scientific centre. Originally meant to be a fortress for Tsar Ivan IV, it was awarded the status of a town in 1586.


Going to Yekaterinburg is a cultural bonanza. It is famous for its theatres, including: the Yekaterinburg Academic Ballet and Opera Company, the Sverdlovsk Academic Theatre of Musical Comedy, the Yekaterinburg Academic Dramatic Theatre, the Yekaterinburg Theatre for Young Spectators, the Volkhonka (a popular chamber theatre), and the Kolyada Theatre.