Moscow in Photos: 12 Reasons We Love Red Square and The Kremlin

Moscow in Photos: 12 Reasons We Love Red Square and The Kremlin

Years after they've visited Russia, travelers to Moscow often recall the spine-tingling chill and thrill of seeing UNESCO-listed Red Square and the Kremlin for the very first time: massive, iconic, and inextricably linked to Russia's history, politics, and religion. Make the most of your visit to Moscow with these 12 photo-filled reasons to love Russia’s Red Square and Kremlin. Read More


4 Must-See WWII Sites in St. Petersburg: The Siege of Leningrad

4 Must-See WWII Sites in St. Petersburg: The Siege of Leningrad

St. Petersburg: Russia’s capital of art and culture, with extravagant palaces, magnificent theaters, world-renowned museums and miles of canals. But during the Second World War, Leningrad (as St. Petersburg was known then) was an entirely different sight. Here are our recommendations for four must-see sights where you can pay tribute to the heroic deeds of this enduring city: Read More


Moscow’s Red Square: Beautiful in Red

Moscow’s Red Square: Beautiful in Red

Depending on how you translate it from Russian, Moscow’s Red Square ­– “Krasnaya Ploshchad’”– is either red, or beautiful. To many, it's definitely both. Red Square is home to history, from St. Basil's and the Kremlin to the military celebrations of the Great October Socialist Revolution of 1917. Read More