Russian Arctic coach / car tour

Murmansk region coach tour

4 days tour/price by request

Murmansk region - one of the most unique district of Russia. It is situated in the north-west part of country on Kola Peninsula on the shore of Barents Sea. This region is full of historical, natural and cultural attractions. Due to rich deposits of natural resources, such as Apatite(e.g. it is used as a phosphate fertilizer in many countries) or Nikel(it is used in many products including stainless steel - alnico magnets, rechargeable batteries, coinage, electric guitar strings etc.) this region was developed as industrial and economic center of USSR during the Soviet era. Here in back 60's of XX century began the history of the research of the Arctic region by nuclear icebreakers(special vessels adapted for swimming in extreme arctic conditions). So we glad to invite you to the most interesting and still unknown region for mainstream tourism!

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Russian polar express coach tour

2 days tour/price by request

The city of Murmansk – a base for the nuclear fleet and the capital of Murmansk region - land full of historical, cultural and natural attractions.
The city is located in the northwest part of Russia, at subarctic nature region and stands on unfrozen Kola Bay which is ice-free even in winter out of warm flow of Golfstream, goes here from Atlantic Ocean.
Murmansk is the biggest city in the world beyond the Arctic Circle. In back 60’s from the port of Murmansk began the history of the research of the Arctic region by nuclear icebreakers(special vessels adapted for swimming in severe cold conditions). During WWII Murmansk was fully destroyed by bombing and then fully reconstructed, so you'll also visit The Valley of Death, area of great battlefield for the north.
Murmansk region shares border with Norway and Finland. Close to Norwegian border you'll see the city of Nikel - live industrial example of Soviet era.
So we invite you to visit one of the most interesting but still unknown place to world mainstream tourism!

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