Team up with Twigel on a shopping expedition to the largest country in the world – Russia! With its historic cities, vast expanses of countryside and turbulent history, Russia was once famously described by Winston Churchill as “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.” Russia is famous for more than just its vodka! Its cultural history is steeped in literature, ballet, painting and classical music. Its architecture is legendary, as seen in the Kremlin, the Red Square and domed cathedrals. Russia is also famous (or infamous) for its brutally cold winters and heavy snow. Traditional Russian souvenirs might include Matryoshka dolls (nesting dolls), wooden spoons, plates and bowls, beautifully painted lacquered boxes, delicate woolen or silk shawls and scarves, lace, tablecloths and napkins, felt boots, metal souvenirs, ceramics, toys, and a whole lot more. What you may find on your Twigel Russian shopping trip remains to be seen, but you’re sure to discover more than a few delightful treasures!
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Suzdal, with its pretty meadows and livestock that graze freely along the grassy lanes, retains the feel of a small pastoral village, despite the host of impressive buildings and a population of over 12,000 people. It is not hard to see why the town draws so many visitors – in the beauty stakes Suzdal is […]Read More
Russia’s fourth largest city is a complex tapestry of history and culture. Founded in the early 18th century as an industry city to exploit the iron ore of the Ural Mountains, Yekaterinburg has enjoyed many years of economic success and given birth to a thriving arts and music scene. The city has also played its […]Read More
The ancient and provincial town of Novgorod is en route from St Petersburg to Moscow and a popular pit-stop. This pretty town is of historic interest; being one of the oldest towns in the country, and once the leading political and cultural centre of Russia, when Moscow was just a small provincial outpost. Take a […]Read More
Capital of Russia, home of the mighty Kremlin and the legendary Red Square and the city that inspired dozens of spy novels – this city needs little introduction. Once a small provincial outpost, Moscow has grown to become the cutting edge epi-centre of Russia, with a hedonistic nightlife scene, glitzy shopping malls, and world-class dining […]Read More