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Pastila, mead and more.

Pastila, mead and more.
Starts from

Moscow

Duration

2 Days

Transportation

By Car

Length

512 km

Hotels

1

Guidance

Self-Guided

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Gastronomy🎅 Winter Trips
Many of us have had time to try many delicacies from around the world, but you must agree that the most delicious and closest to the heart cuisine is Russian!
In this journey we offer you to plunge into old Russian traditions and taste the tastiest sweets, which were considered delicacies in Ancient Russia!
Recommendations:
  • It is important to keep a social distance when visiting public places, as well as to use personal protective equipment.
  • It is also worth remembering that when checking into hotels and visiting museums you may need a valid QR code or a negative PCR test for no more than 72 hours.
Yana Levchuk
Yana Levchuk
Travel Expert
  • Learn how to cook kalachi.
  • Taste mead.
  • Taste marshmallow.
  • See the toughest gingerbread.
  • Learn to cook kulebyaka.
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