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Immerse yourself into a wide range of Russia honeymoon packages with Thrillophilia. You are guaranteed a fulfilling experience with us in a country that boasts vodka cocktails and romantic getaway destinations. Russia is a culturally diverse and enriching country in northern Asia, with unlimited exploration opportunities by tourists and travelers.

Our services offer customizable packages to ensure a surreal and affordable experience while exploring Russia. You can opt for packages that cover the major attractions in Russia and also offer you chances of indulging in many activities. You can also choose our city specific packages that include special journeys to Moscow and St. Petersburg. Our packages promise to be affordable and more flexible as per the every couple's needs. Your honeymoon in Russia is surely going to be the best vacation ever.

We also have special packages for group tours, family trips or even a fun trip just by yourself! There are special discounts for couples who book a package a few months prior. So, leave your vacation planning and stress to us and get ready for an unforgettable vacation of your life.

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Which are the best places to visit in Russia on a honeymoon tour?

1. Moscow: Being the cosmopolitan hub of Russia, Moscow offers many incredible attractions. It is the best place to visit if you wish to bask in the Russian nation's glory as a political entity. It houses the Kremlin, which is the parliament and governance center of the country. The most famous attraction is the Red Square, which is the symbolic center of Russia. It has beautiful buildings like Lenin's Mausoleum, the State Historical Museum, and St. Basil's Cathedral.

Best time to visit: May to August.

2. Kazan: Located in southwest Russia, Kazan is a beautiful city on the bank of rivers Volga and Kazanka. A theory says that the earliest Aryans lived here. Now, isn't THAT a brilliant place to consummate your marriage! It is a semi-autonomous region and is most known for the centuries-old Kazan Kremlin. The fortified citadel contains numerous sacred sites and museums. The main attractions are the magnificent Annunciation Cathedral and the colorful, vast Kul Sharif mosque.

Best time to visit: May to August

3. Dimitrov: Dimitrov is an administrative center for Russia, located 65 miles to the north of Moscow. If you visit Russia to revel in its glory as a political national entity, you cannot miss this place at all! Add it to your itinerary along with the visit to Moscow, and you will get a cool glimpse into the political functioning of the country.

Best time to visit: July-August

4. Patriarch Ponds: Patriarch Ponds is essentially an affluent residential complex, but its scenic beauty will enthrall you. It has one large beautiful pond in the center. The pond acquired its present shape during the Moscow rebuilding project in 1830-31. It is one of the main settings of the novel The Master and the Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov. You can find beautiful monuments dedicated to Bulgakov and Ivan Krylov near the pond.

Best time to visit: May to August

5. Suzdal: In the quiet northeast of Russia lies the beautiful town Suzdal. It forms an important part of what is called the Golden Ring cluster of ancient towns. Suzdal is the ideal town to visit if you are visiting Russia as a religious tourist. After all, why not start your journey as a married couple with the blessings of Almighty? Russian Orthodoxy is the largest religion practiced in the country, and Suzdal houses beautiful Christian architectural structures for a traveler to explore. These include the Cathedral of the Nativity (whose roots can be traced back to the 13th century) and the Archbishop’s Chambers with its amazing 15th-century icons.

Best time to visit: June-August

6. Tavrichesky Orangery: Tavrichesky Orangery or the Tauride Palace is one of the coolest and largest places to visit in St. Petersburg, Russia. It is a complex with numerous attractions. It was constructed by Catherine the Great for Duke Potymkin. Whether you are visiting Russia to explore its architectural marvels, political history, or nature tourism, Tauride Palace should be on your bucket list.

Best time to visit: May-August

7. Lake Seligar: None of the Russia honeymoon packages is complete without a visit to Lake Seligar. It is surrounded by the Ostashkovsky District of Tver Oblast, Demyansky District of Novgorod Oblast, and Valdai hills in the northwest. It is part of the Volga basin and has an area of 212 square kilometers. The scenic beauty presents a brilliant spot for a romantic evening with your better half. There are restaurants, and shopping hubs around that can offer a fun and exciting experience.

Best time to visit: June-August

8. Lake Baikal: If you are a couple that likes to travel for the thrill and adrenaline rush of it, then Lake Baikal will enthrall you like no other. It is situated in the mountainous region of Siberia and has the Mongolian border to its south. It is considered the deepest lake globally, and hiking paths cover the Great Baikal Trail region. The region also offers wildlife-spotting tours, wintertime ice-skating, and dog sledding. The experience is one of its kind, and you absolutely cannot miss this abode of Russian natural history.

Best time to visit: October-April

What are the best things to do in Russia on a honeymoon tour?

1. Witness Sunsets at Chara Sands: Chara Sands is a small desert only 3 kilometers wide and 6 kilometers long in Siberia. You can walk on the sand with your better half and immerse yourself in the beauty of the sunset. Also consider going for a soothing swim and kissing in the water. It is undoubtedly one of the most romantic destinations in Russia!

Location: Charsk basin, 6 kilometers from the district Chara
Price: 2000-4300 PHP
Best time to visit: July-August

2. Hot Air Ballooning in Dimitrov: How does the idea of exploring the historical city of Dimitrov from a hot-air balloon sound to all you love birds there? It could be perhaps one of the most romantic experiences in Russia honeymoon packages. Hot-air balloon service companies ensure Covid protection measures for a wholesome and safe experience. You fly over the city with an instructor (or without one if you would prefer privacy). If you choose the former, you'll also be given a running commentary on various landmarks in the city. And hey! It's a great way to pop the question in case that's what you are looking for!

Location: Dimitrov (online booking)
Best time to visit: July-August

3. Moscow River Cruise: A river cruise is the best way to express your love to your better half. More than anything else, it offers the thrill of doing the Titanic pose and clicking amazing photographs. Numerous companies offer a cruise trip across the Moscow (Moskva) river. Food and music and a soothing calm sail across the tranquil river is a sure way to immediately rekindle the romance in your relationship. It is highly advisable to ensure pre-booking.

Location: Moscow River
Best time to visit: July-August

4. Explore Valaam Archipelago: Situated in the northern portion of Lake Ladoga, Valaam is a beautiful archipelago that will take your breath away. Lake Ladoga is Europe’s largest freshwater lake and offers unparalleled scenic beauty. It is also the site of the 14th-century Valaam Monastery. It is located within the Republic of Karelia, which comes under the Russian Federation. You can also visit other marvels in the region. The capital, Petrozavodsk, is home to numerous cultural artifacts in the National Museum.

Location: Sortavala, Northwestern District, Republic of Karelia
Price: 3000-7000 PHP
Best time to visit: July-August

5. Candlelight dinner at the Pavilion: Perhaps all the touring and traveling has tired you, and all you wish to do now is sit down and have a cozy meal with your partner. No worries! We got you covered. Pavilion is one of the best restaurant franchises in the world. It offers a surreal experience and makes your date absolutely memorable. It is also the perfect place to try the formidable Russian cuisine. In addition to all this, the Pavilion can turn out to be the ideal place for popping the question too!

Location: 7 per. Bolshoi Patriarshy, Moscow, Russia
Price: About 2000 PHP for two people
Best time to visit: Any season, but we recommend the night time

6. Visit St. Basil’s Cathedral: It's time to revise your marriage vows in one of the most breathtaking and beautiful cathedrals in the world. It is one of the most renowned cultural symbols of Russia. It is located in the Red Square, the symbolic center of the nation's capital. There are numerous other awesome monuments in its vicinity, and walking here with your partner is going to remind you of the timelessness of true love.

Location: Red Square, Moscow, Russia

7. Go to Central Fountain: Imagine a surreal fountain, and you are with the love of your life, holding hands. Dancing in water and fountains is the way of romantic expression for loads of Bollywood movies. We would not recommend dancing in the fountain water at this beautiful tourist spot, but you can still feed your fantasies. Imagine yourself in a Bollywood movie and smile with your partner. It's free of cost but still might end up being the most romantic thing you do in Russia.

Location: Ulitsa Krymskaya, 99, Anapa, Krasnodar Krai, Russia
Best time to visit: April-September

Which are the best cities to explore in Russia?

1. Moscow: You cannot go to Russia and not visit its culturally breathtaking capital. The Kremlin and Red Square are going to give you a once-in-a-lifetime experience of imbibing the Russian grandeur and its brilliant ethos.

2. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg is a port city in Russia in the Baltic Sea. It has been the capital city for many ancient empires. It is also famous because of FIFA 2018, which Russia hosted. And many dramatic matches took place in the St. Petersburg stadium. This could be a surprise visit on your honeymoon in Russia itinerary for your husband!

3. Sochi: Sochi is a beautiful city on the Black Sea. It is known as the summer beach resort and was the host of the 2014 Winter Olympics. It is relatively lesser-known as a tourist hot-spot, but the potential for exploration and enjoyment is immense. It won't be crowded as much in the peak tourist season, and you can peacefully explore the beautiful city with your better half.

4. Kazan: Located on the rivers Volga and Kazanka, Kazan is on the bucket list of every committed tourist to Russia. It is said to be a starting point for the Aryan civilisation. Walking on the banks of Volga and Kazanka will definitely remind you of the timelessness of love and marriage.

5. Vladivostok: A Pacific port city, visit Vladivostok to explore the war history of Russia. The city houses a towering memorial. It pays tribute to valiant soldiers who fought the Japanese forces in the early 20th century.

What is Russia famous for?

Russia is famous for many things including the heavy accent, brutal winters, rich literary tradition, consummate music composers, and ballet performers. Of course, we cannot forget the national drink of Russia – Vodka!

What is the best time to visit Russia for a honeymoon tour?

The most perfect time to visit Russia is from March to August. During this time, the weather is pleasant and the gruesome winters are kept at bay. The natural beauty is at its full glory, with plants in full bloom. The scenic beauty is majestic and breathtaking.

The hotels and airlines offer lots of discounts. You might also have the chance of exploring the remnants of the just gone great Russian winter. Some tourists prefer visiting Russia from October to February to enjoy the famous winters of the Northern Hemisphere.

How to reach Russia?

- By Air: The busiest airports in Russia are Domodedovo International Airport, Sheremetyevo International Airport and Pulkovo Airport, and Vnukovo International Airport. Flight connectivity is available from all parts of the world. For many Asian countries, connecting flights from a European country is common.

- By Road: The best way to travel to Russia via road is through a bus journey. Eurolines is a bus transport service connecting major European countries to Russia.

- By Rail/Sea: Russina Railways connects major European cities to Moscow via train. Russia also enjoys direct water connectivity with all major port countries. Many companies offer cruise ship trips from countries like South Korea, Japan, Turkey, and Denmark to Russia.

How many days are enough to visit Russia for a honeymoon tour?

An 8-day trip is ideal for covering the major tourist attractions in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The first few days will involve covering the Kremlin and other destinations around the Red Square in Moscow. After this, a train journey will take you to St. Petersburg where you can visit the famous markets, museums, restaurants and stadiums.

But if you want to explore the country in-depth and visit the lesser-known but beautiful cities like Kazan and Sochi, then 15-20 days would be ideal. Generally speaking, there is no end to how much you can prolong your honeymoon in Russia.

Is Russia good for a honeymoon?

Oh, it is the best honeymoon destination you can hope for! There are thousands of possibilities to make the best out of your alone-time with your spouse before you take on the challenging duties of marriage. A honeymoon in Russia is a beautiful way to develop a deep bond with your better half. It is the home of a rich literary figure that gave the world 'War and Peace.' Renowned English author Virginia Woolf idealized Russian writers to immerse into the psyche of the characters. This seriousness and deep intuition, very different from Western cultures' frivolity, is found throughout Russia. There is sincerity in the Russian culture that is absent elsewhere. Perhaps this is why Winston Churchill said, “Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.”

The markets, museums and restaurants will leave you in awe. The delicious Russian cuisine will titillate your senses. The people are very professional and hospitable. You can walk on Chara Sands or have a wonderful date at Pavilion. It is usually said that when the company is good, the place does not matter. But Russia is a beautiful background to your love story. It offers incredible sights and attractions, but also lets you and your partner be, so that you can immerse yourself in each other in the largest country in the world.

How much does a trip to Russia cost?

Surprisingly low! Russia honeymoon packages start from as low as 70,000 ?! If you choose to visit only one city, the price can go even lower. The markets are cheap as well, so you can easily buy tonnes of souvenirs without it being heavy on your pocket.

The food options vary from grandiose restaurants to small enclosed spaces from Soviet Russia with extremely cheap prices. Your major costs will be travel and accommodation and you can save massively on that by visiting Russia during the non-peak season.

What is famous in Russia for shopping?

- Samovar
- Honey
- Matryoshka (Russian nested doll)
- Palekh and Fedoskino Lacquer Boxes
- Caviar
- Artisan Jewelry: Finifty and Amber
- Zhostovo Trays
- Tretyakov Gallery Photo Album

Which are the famous museums to visit in Russia?

1. The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg: Recognized as a world heritage site, The State Hermitage Museum has a collection of 3 million art pieces worldwide. There are a lot of Instagram-worthy artifacts and a lot of potential for photography. The tickets are cheap, and you can take home souvenirs from the shop outside the museum.

2. St. Isaac’s Cathedral, St. Petersburg: The main attraction is the observation deck that offers a breathtaking view of the city. It is a very romantic destination. You can gaze at the stars with your better half and confess your love for each other once again, with the vast sky as the witness.

3. Russian Museum, St. Petersburg: The building is a tribute to years of Russian history and culture. Do consider buying souvenirs for your family and loved ones.

4. Faberge Museum, St. Petersburg: Lesser known and privately-owned museum to explore Russian history is the Faberge museum in St. Petersburg. It is a snug and cosy place, where you can immerse in the cultural grandeur of Russia without paying an exorbitantly high price.

Which are the best restaurants in Russia for a romantic dinner?

1. Café Pushkin: The legend goes that famous stars of the country loved the dishes that are served in this posh, uber-cool restaurant. Scintillate your taste buds and express your love in this surreal environment.

2. White Rabbit: White Rabbit is one of the oldest posh restaurants in Russia. Don't forget to try their Chocolate-Mousse Blini.

3. Grand Café Dr Zhivago: The café is known for its mouth-watering Palmeni. Couples go there for the peaceful ambience and romantic tranquil music in the background.

4. Uhvat: Uhvat is one of the most famous low-budget restaurants in Moscow. The decor is definitely Instagram-worthy. You and your spouse are sure to always reminisce about this one-time experience.

5. Grechka Lab: A cheap enclosed place to eat from the Soviet time, sitting here feels like you are committing a crime. So do go here if you and your wife are feeling naughty, adventurous, and passionately young.

Which are the best markets in Russia for shopping?

1. GUM: It has a regal architecture that makes you feel like a queen while shopping for your favorite Russian souvenirs.

2. TsUM: It is a large, comfortable, and cosmopolitan shopping center. Do go here if you want to empty his pockets into pampering you.

3. Arbat Street: It is notably recognized as the best shopping road in Moscow. The place has too many spots for clicking incredible pictures. The commodities are affordable and there is a lot of variety.

4. Okhotny Ryad: It is one of Russia's most well-known shopping malls and offers a range of local and global products.

5. Flacon Design Factory: It is a typical cultural Russian market. The environment is local, and there are interesting spots for clicking tonnes of photographs!

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