Explore countless cultural treasures that have withstood an eventful history in Russia, making the country a fascinating land in which to spend your honeymoon. Relish the presence of the 19th century legacy, and 20th century ballet, film and literature just add to the cultural richness.
Moscow is a destination in itself, with a huge amount to see. Among the highly popular attractions are the Kremlin, Red Square and Lenin's tomb. When wandering the narrow winding streets, you may catch regular glimpses of the distinctive golden onion church domes which have become one of Russia's trademarks.
Marvelous St. Petersburg has a strong European feel, and an elegant, geometric layout, its palace-lined waterways have earned it the title of the 'Venice of the North', and many of its architectural features date back to the Tzarist days. Not-to-miss attractions are the State Hermitage Museum, the Peter and Paul Fortress and the Nevsky Prospekt.
Close Novgorod has many cultural treasures, including a Byzantine cathedral and medieval markets. It was Russia's artistic and cultural center from the 9th to the 15th centuries.
If you want to see a good part of this huge country then you should to take a trip on the Trans-Siberian railway, which crosses diverse landscapes, during which you will pass the Volga, the longest river in Europe.
A backdrop to the Black Sea resort of Sochi is the Caucasus Mountains. The resort has a subtropical climate, warm seas and many relaxing gardens. In close proximity you will find several spa towns.
A Russian honeymoon will be a unique experience, with so much history, geography and culture to discover.