During the winter, Red Square transforms into a winter wonderland, where you can drink mulled wine, ice skate, and have snowball fights. Here’s your guide on how to enjoy winter like a Russian.
Remember to bring an umbrella when you visit Russia’s cultural capital. Read our article in which we answer the most frequent questions about St. Petersburg, such as: What is the best month to visit?
Enjoying winter like a Russian is not as challenging as you might think, especially if you attend the annual bikini skiing contest in Sochi. These pictures are sure to set your pulse racing.
Most people stuff their suitcase full of warm clothes before setting sail to Russia, but the summers are often hot and sweaty. Bear this in mind if you’re planning on taking the Trans-Siberian...those carriages can imitate a Russian sauna all too easily. Read the platskart diary of a girl who took a train from Moscow all the way to Vladivostok.
If you avoid rush hour you don’t have any reason to be afraid of this reality – Moscow’s metro is without doubt the most spectacular in the world. Follow our guide on how to manage the capital’s underground like a local.
Another stereotype about fancy Russian life! Eating shashlyk at the dacha can be wild! Read about why foreigners prefer the Russian dacha to an exotic island here.
Actually, we don’t eat black caviar for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Russian cuisine is about far more than just borsch. Check out our ultimate guide to Russian restaurants in Moscow.
They are really romantic, and they don’t all look like former heavyweight boxing champion Nikolay Valuev. Here are some other unexpected facts about Russian men that will inspire you date them.
For this point, reality really does match the expectations – in fact, it often exceeds them. However, handling a Russian girl’s beauty is no walk in the park. Here are seven reasons not to date a Russian woman.
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