Stayin in MoscowWhen you stand on the Red Square in Moscow, you’re surrounded by true world history. You’ll enter the square through the 17th-century Voskresensky- or Iverskaya Gate. On the southern side of the square you will find the world-famous Saint Basil’s cathedral with its colourful domes. To the west, you’ll find the Kremlin, the seat of the government. The square also borders the State Historical Museum and the Mausoleum of Lenin, founder of the Soviet Union.
Bed and Breakfast Saint PetersburgThe Winter Palace and the Hermitage will probably top your list of must-sees in Saint Petersburg. The gorgeous Winter Palace, dating back to the eighteenth century, served as the winter residence of the Russian tsars. The Hermitage owns one of the largest and most significant art collections in the world. The Palace Square, scene of the 1917 October Revolution, borders the Winter Palace.
BnB in NovgorodVeliki Novgorod is a centuries-old trading city with fabulous monuments and plenty of historic Russian architecture. Its city centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its most famous buildings are the Novgorod Kremlin and the St. Sophia Cathedral. Novgorod also has dozens of other medieval churches, monasteries and museums. It’s a real paradise for art- and culture enthusiasts!
Book a BnB from Bed and Breakfast RussiaIf you’re curious about Russia’s rich culture and history and would like to know what it is like, then don’t put off planning your trip now! Be charmed by its mystical churches, monasteries and wooden homes, and by its untouched countryside, unrivalled museums and cosmopolitan cities. Stay in a charming accommodation from Bed and Breakfast Russia!