Russian Village Experience
What if you want to travel to the remote Russian villages to see the real life in Russia, but you don't speak Russian and have no idea when is the next weekly bus to your final destination?
Places we can show you
Russian Fairy Tale
A terem s a house known to every Russian from childhood fairy tales. At the end of the 19th century, in Astashovo,
a Russian peasant decided to build a terem for his young wife. Today this terem
has been restored to the way it was built initially and is open to the public.
Where: 600 km to the north-east of Moscow
Smolenskoe Poozerie National Park
Smolenskoe Poozerie is a unique and absolutely beautiful place that incorporates thirty-three lakes that are surrounded by
virgin forests. Park researchers say there are thirty-three bears there,
but we haven't seen any...
Where: 426 km to the south of Moscow, on the border with Belarus
on the Volga River
Tutaev is actually a small town, but it's divided into two parts by the river and there is no bridge. You know what that means?
The two parts live separate lives and don't have much in common. We travel to the smaller part that looks more like a village
rather than a city and is famous for painters such as Boris Kustodiev who lived and worked here.
Where: 300 km to the nouth-east of Moscow,