Archive for October, 2010

The next Destinations Travel and Holiday Show will take place in London from 03 till 06 February 2011. This is the largest travel show in the UK for customers looking for fresh holiday ideas. Venue: Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London.

The show will offer you a real taste of the holiday experience with additional features like the World Entertainment Stage, Meet the Experts theatres, and Destinations Sensations presenting wood and wine from various countries in the world. Go Russia will be organizing professional Russian folklore dances and music at the show.


Apart from the cultural highlights and treasures of nature to be found in Russia and other regions where we operate our tours, our travel experts will give you details of accommodation and transport options available in different regions, a wide range of holiday activities, and many other practicalities you need to consider before going to Russia, Mongolia or China.


Go Russia will be offering an exclusive £75 discount per person for all bookings made at the show. These discounts will be on top of any other offers valid at the time of your booking. So please come and visit our stand E31 and book your next holiday to Russia – a land-tour, river or sea cruise, epic journey on the Trans Mongolian railroad or a flight to the Edge of space an a modern military fighter MiG.

We are offering free tickets to everyone interested in visiting the show. There is not catch, and no purchase is necessary. We just want you visit the exhibition and get inspired for your next holiday. If you have a chance, please pop up at our stand E31 and talk to our experts. We do hope you book a tour with us and use a fantastic £75 per person show discount. Please click below to order your free tickets. When ordering please specify a number of tickets and your correct postal address. Please also note, the tickets must be preordered and we will not be able to supply tickets at the show.

The tickets will be posted to your address in January 2011.



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Moscow has announced plans to transform its railway stations into mega-malls. Around $ 300 million will be invested into the project.

The stations will accommodate shops, restaurants, offices and hotels.

Paveletsky railway station will open a summer terrace with cocktail bars, and Kazansky will open a massive multiplex.

Both projects are planned to be completed by 2013.


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The exhibition “Drawings by European masters from the Louvre and the Museum d’Orsay. 1580-1900” has opened in the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow.

The exhibition is dedicated to “travel notes” of Northern European artists, and includes 56 drawings, created between middle XVI to XVIII century. In the golden age of the Renaissance Nordic painters captivated Italy, bewitched by the remnants of the ancient world. But in the XVIII century the artists changed their focus and were more interested in Greece, the Middle East and Russia. 50 of the presented drawings are stored in the graphics department of the Louvre and another 6 drawings are from the Museum d’Orsay.

At the exhibition visitors can see works famous artists like Nicolas Poussin, Gustave Dore, Paul Gauguin, Paul Signac, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Jan Brueghel and Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, Rembrandt van Rijn.

The exhibition is open until December, 10.

Address: Engineers Building, Tretyakov Gallery, Lavroushinskii pereulok, 12. Please contact Go Russia if you need an assistance of a professional guide.


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