The Most Beautiful Russian Towns


The Most Beautiful Russian Towns


Russia is the largest country in the world in terms of space, so the diversity of tourist destinations is infinite. Although major destinations are well known, many have yet to identify many iconic towns that represent Russia's beauty and historical heritage. 

Meet us today on this fascinating journey to a group of distinct tourist towns in Russia.

Suzdal



Suzdal


This is one of the oldest towns in Russia and of great importance as it dates back to the 11th century. In the 12th century, these towns became the capital of the vast region of Vladimir-Suzdal at a time when Moscow, for example, was just a small "remote" town at the time. 


The town today has many historical monuments such as the medieval Suzdal Kremlin and the Old Cathedral. Suzdal is also characterized by its green ease and the river it passes to resemble all those beautiful fairy tales.

Kargopol



Kargopol

This town was once one of the richest and fastest developing cities of Russia in the 16th century, located on the Onega River on the road between Moscow and the harbor that was in Russia at the time Arkhangelsk. 

Today Kargopol is characterized by the presence of many religious monuments in it, also has a natural reserve that can be visited and a historical-cultural complex includes wooden cathedrals and many lakes and canals and many more to discover ...

Esso



Esso

Enjoying the picturesque nature of the island, Iso has a charming Russian wilderness model. Visitors can explore the hiking trails surrounding the Bystrinsky National Park, horse riding, dog carts, and other activities. This besides the hot springs and the Bears Museum as well!

Vyatskoye



Vyatskoye

The town, 300 kilometers from Moscow, dates back to 1502 and ranks among the most beautiful towns in Russia. Many attribute this to the intervention of Russian businessman Oleg Garov in 2007, whose investments in the town helped renovate and rehabilitate most of the Old City buildings. 

Today the town has turned into a colorful and picturesque site with many museums and landmarks on historic streets. Imagine that the title of the town is "the town that wanted to become a city" because it contains sites worth visiting.

Svetlogorsk




Svetlogorsk

This town was once part of German territory as Rauschen, and today it is part of the Russian Kaliningrad region and has largely escaped the horrors of World War to retain its coastal charm. 

The town has its own old German houses and is now an attractive seaside resort.

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