Russian Travel and Tours
Specializing in travel to Russia and surrounds
Russian Travel and Tours was established in 1972. With our commitment and dedication to a high standard of customer service, together with extensive travel knowledge, our team can help you travel anywhere in the world. We specialise in travel to and from Russia, Commonwealth Independent States (CIS), Baltics, Ukraine, Balkans, Eastern Europe and Asia, making us leaders to these areas.
As a family owned business, we understand how important it is that you choose the right holiday. Our staff regularly travel to our specialty destinations to ensure that we are equipped with first hand and up-to-date knowledge. We care about your holiday before, during and after the trip.
We also provide a 24 hours emergency contact
On 10th February 2003, the requirements for Migration cards came into force for the purposes of migration control into the territory of the Russian Federation. Every foreign citizen (except for the members of diplomatic missions and international organisations) is required to fill in a migration card when entering Russia. You will be given a migration […]
TRANS MONGOLIAN RAILWAY Trans Siberian Railway’s route break might be a definitive adventure. It has the longest railway route in the world built between 1891-1916 to connect Moscow and far east city of Vladivostok. Today in most of the part of this article you will learn something about what you may expect on such an […]
WHAT IS THE GOLDEN RING: ‘The Golden Ring’ is one of the oldest Russian routes. It goes to the north-east of Moscow and forms a circle. There are many interesting ancient Russian cities and towns along the way, full of history and unique Russian architecture of the XII-XVII centuries. The ‘classical’ route (counter clockwise) starts from […]
The Altay Mountains can be found in the Altay ecoregion. The Altay ecoregion covers a vast 845,000 square kilometer area at the junction of four countries: Russia (largest part), Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China. Novosibirsk, the city through which the Trans-Siberian route goes, is about 600 km away, which is not very far at Siberian scales. […]