‘TALARII’ are the winged sandals of Hermes, the Greek God of Trade and Commerce. They helped him to fly like a bird, and travel around the World.
Launched in 2000, TALARII has more than two decades of successful experience in the travel industry. With over 100 employees spread over 15 offices throughout Russia, the TALARII DMC team is made up of industry professionals with huge expertise, enthusiasm, and passion for what they do. The main TALARII DMC offices are based in Moscow, Kazan, Rostov-on-Don, Novosibirsk, and Ekaterinburg.
TALARII DMC have a wealth of experience in organising business trips, MICE, and corporate travel, as well as being experts in incoming destination management, online booking and ticketing. Their specialists are constantly improving the products and after years of successful work, TALARII DMC now have strong relationships with their partners and have built a loyal customer base from many outbound markets.
They offer a wide range of tailor-made programs including classical and exclusive themes; they not only cover the European part of Russia, but also send their customers to distant corners of their wonderful country, including highlights such as Baikal, Kamchatka, and the far territories behind the Arctic Circle.
Wing up your trip to Russia with TALARII – your reliable DMC in Russia!
Tourist destination highlights
• Visit the heart of Russia; the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, the President’s residence, and the great architectural complex of the 15th-19th centuries.
• Meet a real-life Cosmonaut and experience the centrifuge rotation in Star City as you tour the functioning Cosmonaut training centre near Moscow.
• See the Kizhi Island in Karelia, the holy place for Russian soul, the World UNESCO heritage Wooden Architectural Complex and the Monastery.
• Enjoy a boat ride along the Grand Lake Baikal (the ‘Blue Eye’ of Siberia), followed by a picnic on the banks of the lake, where you will be accompanied by a Shaman Folk Show.
• Take a bike tour along the White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg; an annual summer event that celebrates the phenomenal time of year when the nights are as bright as the days.
• Admire the Northern lights in Murmansk, the Russian Far North, where the snow is deep, the frost is strong, and the nights are long in the Winter.
• Step into a Bugatti Bolide and feel the high-speed adrenaline like a Formula 1 driver at the Tournament Autodrom in Sochi.
• Take off to the skies with a helicopter flight over the Kamchatka Peninsula, followed by some hiking along the geyser filled valleys and active volcanoes on the Pacific Ocean coast.
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Covering 1/6 of the land on the planet, Russia is by far the largest country in the World. Whilst some visitors will limit their stay in Russia to just two major cities, Moscow and St. Petersburg, to get a real feel for the country it’s worth venturing further afield to explore the country’s other wonderful towns and villages and the myriad natural wonders that are just waiting to be discovered; venture out and you will find beautiful forests, towering mountains, glistening lakes, and flowing rivers.
Being such a vast country, Russia is divided into eleven time zones. This means that when you travel from region to region, it’s important to check which time zone you’re in. When you travel along the popular Trans-Siberian Railway, you cover at least 10 zones in just 7 days.
Russia is often associated with very cold and snowy weather, this is a misconception, due to its size, Russia’s climate changes from region to region. For much of the country the weather is warm and enjoyable from May to September, with temperatures in Summer reaching around 20-22°C (68-70°F), this, for many, is the best time to visit. However, it’s worth noting that all four seasons have their own unique appeal. If you’re looking for an adventurous and memorable experience, consider visiting Russia in winter! As Siberians say, “A Siberian is not the one who isn’t afraid of cold, but the one who dresses properly”.
Another misconception relates to the people of Russia, it is often thought that Russians do not smile at strangers. Whilst this may be true of some, Russia is a multi-national, multi-cultural society where people are open-minded, kind, and hospitable. Historically Russians are good cooks, farmers, and talkers, and they will never let their guests go cold or hungry.
Russia is the 9th most visited country in the world and has 23 UNESCO Heritage sites. Two of Russia’s great cities, the ‘capitals’, Moscow and St. Petersburg, are winners of World Travel Awards as the ‘Leading Tourist City Destination 2020’ and ‘The Leading Cultural City Destination 2020’.
Moscow – The capital of Russia and the biggest commercial centre of the country with around 18 million people living there. Moscow ranks among the World’s main cities and was first mentioned in the chronicles of 1147. Moscow is a city of gorgeous architecture, that combines all the styles of the past and modern patterns.
Karelia – The Republic of Karelia is an amazing ‘country of lakes’ in the North-West of Russia. The name is most appropriate as lakes occupy about a third of its area, while nearly half is dominated by mighty forests. People come here primarily to enjoy the beauty of northern nature. However, the authentic architecture and traditions of Karelia give the region even greater charm.
Sochi – Gateway to the ‘Russian Riviera’, Sochi is a Black Sea resort with a lovely boardwalk and glorious sunsets. In summer, coastline nightclubs pump out booming baselines from dusk till dawn. Away from the embankment, magnolia and cypress parks provide a fine setting for strolling. The sea is warm and the climate subtropical, it’s Russia’s warmest destination to spend the holidays.
Kamchatka – The Kamchatka’s central side valley is flanked by large volcanic belts, containing around 160 volcanoes, 29 of them still active. The biggest volcano, Klyuchevskaya Sopka, is still active but provides one of the best places in the World for photographers. The Geysers Valley and the folk villages of the local people adds additional authentic character to the Kamchatka Peninsula, as well as the ECO parks and abundant wildlife.
St. Petersburg – A Russian port city on the Baltic Sea, St. Petersburg, is home to around 6 million people. Due to its location near the Arctic Circle, it is here that a phenomenon known as the ‘White Night’ can be experienced between April and August; the skies only reach twilight and never reach complete darkness. The city is comparatively young but has been a capital for more than 200 years.
Murmansk – A city in North-Western Russia, at the end of a deep bay of the Barents Sea. The town was founded in 1915 and is the Seaport and centre of Murmansk region lying 200km North of the Arctic Circle. The destination is very popular among visitors due to the visibility of the Northern lights or Aurora Borealis, that can be seen there in the Winter from February to April.
Lake Baikal – ‘The Blue Eye of Siberia’, framed by green forests and connected by rivers, Lake Baikal it’s the biggest storage of pure, fresh water on Earth. Lake Baikal shows its character to everyone who visits it; the mysterious influence of the lake is mentioned dozens of times by travellers from all over the World, it’s a beautiful destination in both Summer and Winter.