MIL-OSI Russia: Travel ideas: Russpass launches travel show

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September 24, 2021, 09:12

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Viewers will be able to use the episodes of the show as ready-made travel plans for Russian cities.

Digital travel service Russpass presented at its YouTube channel a new program about traveling to Russian cities. The episodes were filmed in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Krasnodar, Kaliningrad, Rostov-on-Don and Abrau-Dyurso. Viewers already have access to nine videos.

The creators of the travel show tried to collect interesting information for tourists in them, to show famous sights and new points of attraction of Russian cities. The releases are conducted by theater and film actress Yevgenia Rozanova and TV presenter Anastasia Petruk. Their itineraries can be used as ready-made plans for future travel.

The first issue was filmed in Karelia… In it, the presenter goes on a trip on a retro train, visits the Ruskeala mountain park and the Ladoga Skerries national park, tries local cuisine and meets Siberian huskies. In issue about St. Petersburgspectators will have a walk on the rooftops and a river cruise, as well as stories about New Holland Island, the Sevkabel Port space and the Faberge Museum.

Two episodes of the show are dedicated to Moscow. First talks about the exposition of contemporary art, the history of the Red October factory and one of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe. Second plot dedicated to the Northern River Station, the Khudozhestvenny cinema, the Moscow cable car and boat trips along the Moscow River. It premiered on 23 September.

The show paid particular attention to local gastronomy: tastings, master classes and restaurant recommendations. For example, in Kazan together with the host, you can learn how to cook echpochmaki, in Karelia – salmon on a wooden board, and in Rostov-on-Don– learn how to eat crayfish correctly.

Digital service Russpass helps you plan your trip around Russia quickly and easily. With its help, you can buy railway and air tickets, book restaurants, plan your route through tourist locations, or use a ready-made offer. The service was developed at the initiative of the Moscow Government. The implementation of the project is supervised by the Tourism Committee together with Department of Information Technology.

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