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Dear Lesya
Thank you very much for your complement.
We will be always in touch with you for our future trip : Sochi
My experience is your company is very sincere for organising tour of overseas tourists.
All the best
Yours sincerely



Dear Ms Lesya/team,

Good day, thanks for all the arrangements done for these clients, just took their feedback they were happy with the tour, They felt st peterburg guides & driver were slightly better than moscow.

Thanks & Regards



Hola Lesya,

El martes regresamos de nuestro viaje. Globalmente fue muy bien: la organización, los guias... Todo el grupo ha estado muy contento con, por eso queríamos darles las gracias por su profesionalidad y eficiencia.



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General City Information


Krasnodar is the administrative center of the Krasnodar region (Russian: Krasnodarsky Kray), the most populous southern region of Russia. The population of Krasnodar is about 800,000 people. Krasnodar is situated on the River Kuban, approximately 1000 km (620 miles) south from Moscow, and 120 km (75 miles) north from the Black Sea, on the periphery of the Caucasus.

The town was founded by the Cossacs in 1793 to protect Southern borders of Russia. The original city’s name Ekaterinodar meant “Catherine’s Gift” in recognition of the Russian Queen Catherine the Great. After the Russian Revolution of 1917 the city received its current name Krasnodar, which means “Beautiful Gift”.


Today Krasnodar is a dynamic modern city—major industrial, agricultural, and cultural center in the south of Russia. After Moscow, it is the fastest growing region in Russia.

Its major tourist attractions include St. Catherine’s Cathedral, the State Arts Museum, a park and theatre named after Maxim Gorky, the beautiful concert hall of the Krasnodar Philharmonic Society, which is considered to have some of the best acoustics in southern Russia, State Cossack Choir and the Krasnodar circus.