Russia's capital could be on track to receive four new train stations, providing better links within the city and further. Following an announcement from Russian Railways, plans have been submitted to the city authorities for two new stations providing high-speed rail links; connecting Moscow with St Petersburg in the North West, Yekaterinburg in the east and Adler in the south. According to Russia’s major newspaper, Izvestia, the other two stations are destined for a province of Moscow that was added to the city in 2011.
Celebrating their 20th anniversary this year the World Travel Awards (WTA) are back; and Real Russia are competing for the title of Russia’s Leading Travel Agency 2013.
One of Russia’s most iconic and recognised theatres, the Mariinsky, unveils its recent architectural additions to the site, creating a new complex that will be unparalleled throughout Russia.
Customers living in the north of England will soon have easier access to Russia, as Easyjet recently gained approval to operate a service between Manchester and St Petersburg.