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Sviyazhsk: An island town on the Volga

Posted On: May 13, 2013

May 4, 2013 Daria Gonzales, RIR A collection of churches, bell towers, and teetering homesteads is all that [...]

Kazan: Where Europe and Asia meet

Posted On: March 01, 2013

RBTH, 27.02.2013 By Toby Fisher The best place to see a clash of Russia’s varying cultures and religions [...]

Russia’s ‘third capital’: A weekend in Kazan

Posted On: February 18, 2013

RBTH, 15.02.2013 Old guidebooks to the recently transformed city of Kazan are virtually useless now. RBTH helps travelers [...]

Ramada Hotel opens in Kazan

Posted On: February 14, 2013

Ramada Hotels, a worldwide chain owned by Wydham Worldwide Corporation headquartered in New Jersey, US, opens its four-star [...]

Kazan to top the list of Travellers’ Choice on TripAdvisor

Posted On: September 20, 2012

Kazan has been ranked third in the annual rating The Travellers’ Choice – Best Destinations 2012 by TripAdvisor, [...]

Qul Sharif Mosque Closed For Reconstruction

Posted On: August 29, 2012

Qul Sharif, the largest mosque in Tatarstan, the European Part of Russia and Kazan city’s major tourist attraction [...]

Tourism Ministry Official: Kazan Is Becoming More Hospitable

Posted On: August 22, 2012

The first international summer camp “Star English 2.0: Let Yourself Speak Your Heart” for senior year students and [...]

Regions Hope Tourists Float in Their Direction

Posted On: May 31, 2012

The Moscow Times, 30.05.2012 YAROSLAVL — Foreign languages are frequently heard in Moscow and St. Petersburg, especially around [...]

Off the beaten track: hidden Russia revealed

Posted On: April 26, 2012

Russia Beyond The Headlines, 25.04.2012 A major investment program is helping to transform Russia’s more remote regions into [...]

Russia ‘set for tourism boom’

Posted On: April 07, 2012

Opodo travel news, 05 April 2012 The next four years will bring an ‘inbound tourism boom’ for Russia [...]

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