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December 12, 2019

What To Do And What Not To Do In Russia

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   Before we go any further, it should be noted that Russia is a vast country, in fact the largest country in the world, with a plethora of cultures, languages and norms. The tips for travellers to Russia detailed below are very broad and might vary from region to region. Despite reading up on the do’s and don’ts for visitors to Russia, there are still a few things you might have missed so read on for some top tips to take onboard whilst visiting Russia.

   If you are looking at taking a trip to this country, for a long weekend or browsing the wide range of Trans-Siberian holidays online, the tips below could be invaluable. Your specialist Russia travel company will probably be able to provide you with more advice on request when you book your holiday. 


TOP TIPS WHEN TRAVELLING IN RUSSIA

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  • Eat Local – Don’t waste your money in the tourist restaurants in and around the main tourist sights. They are generally overpriced and bland in comparison to the local restaurants, plus the experience will be memorable! Simply explore the backstreets and keep an eye out for local eateries where the locals are enjoying a meal – you will often save money and also taste authentic Russian food that hasn’t be adapted for the benefit of foreign visitors.
  • Use the Metro – Like your choice of eatery, follow the locals. The Metro is by far the best way to get around cities like Moscow and with clear maps (that might or not be translated into English) and cheap fares this is definitely the best transportation option you will find in the larger cities. As a backup, download the Russian version of Uber, this may come in handy for late nights and early mornings.
  • Dress for the Conditions – Do not think for a minute you can get away with a light jacket in Russia in the middle of winter. Different regions may be warmer than others bit it’s always best to be prepared.
  • Don’t Flash the Cash – This one is basic common sense, but it can be confusing getting to grips with a new currency and you might take all your money out to have a good look at how much you need for something or another. Put small amounts of notes in each pocket and keep the bulk of your money somewhere else – you would do this in other countries so do it in Russia as well!

  The vast majority of people experience trouble free and comfortable holidays to Russia. Be prepared for the weather and don’t be afraid to take a chance in replicating the locals eating and transportation habits. The most convenient way to travel to Russia is by engaging the services of a destination expert who will ensure you really experience the best this country can offer. Browse online for a trip that suits your dates and personal taste and book a holiday to mother Russia today!

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