Attractions from Siberia

Attractions from

Baikal Lake (Siberia)
The beautiful and clean Baikal Lake is, not undeservingly, called the jewel of Siberia. It is larger than Belgium and the world's deepest lake, containing almost one-fifth of the world's fresh water and being so clear that one can see 40 metres down towards the bottom.
Kamchatka peninsula (Siberia)
Kamchatka is one of Russia's most spectacular regions, containing more than 200 volcanoes and the same amount of hot springs, at a good distance from the main city of Petropavlovsk, which is worth a visit itself. A trip to Kamchatka demands a good deal of planning, especially if you want to explore the magnificent nature of the peninsula.
Vladivostok (Siberia)
This city, which contains about 700,000 inhabitants, is one the most interesting in eastern Russia. It used to be the closed hiding place of the Russian Pacific fleet, but today it enjoys a rich cultural life and a lively trade with the surrounding Asian countries.

Area and city attractions

• Karelia
• Siberia
• Ural Mountains
• Astrakhan
• Kazan
• Moscow
• Novgorod
• St. Petersburg
• Kaliningrad
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