Hotels in Russian Federation
With the dissolution of the Soviet Union, visitors have a fresh opportunity to explore a vast array of exciting and ancient cultures, from the glittering imperial Russia of St. Petersburg to the timeless village life of Siberia and Irkutsk.
One of the most notable features of present day Russia is a renewed celebration of the wealth of its past and its potential for the future.
Throwing off the image of communist uniformity, Russia today is a nation of enormous diversity and tremendous liveliness. It is as if the cultural traditions of a century ago have re-awakened with a newfound strength - ancient cathedrals are being rebuilt and restored, colourful markets hum with activity once again and literature and the arts are quickly regaining the creative renown they enjoyed decades ago.
A new Russia is now in full bloom. For most westerners, Russia is best known for its European cities--Moscow, St. Petersburg and Murmansk. This is the heartland of Imperial Russia, and these great and ancient cities often become the centre of attention for most tourists.
However there is much more to Russia, a country that spans eleven time zones and two continents, ending less than 50 miles from North America. Within this vast expanse lie the largest freshwater lake in the world, rivers and forests teeming with wildlife, awe inspiring volcanos, and towering mountains.
Russia is the largest country on earth, with enormous tracts of land that have been opened to travellers only in the last few years.
170 hotels in Russian Federation
With comfortable accommodations located conveniently within easy distance of transport links, Hampton by Hilton Samara invites travellers to a suitable starting point for exploring culture-rich... More
Housed in an 1853 Petersburg mansion, Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 St. Petersburg features beautifully designed spaces set steps away from city attractions. Vacationers at this luxury hotel can catch... More