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Abramtsevo

"Dobro pažálovat'"! Abramtsevo is set in Udmurt Republic, where forests, rivers, streams and lakes dominate the natural environment and tour buses are few and far between.

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Moscow, the country's capital city, is roughly 620 miles to the west of Abramtsevo.

Want to take your family on a winter getaway? SK Chekeril boasts everything you need for skiing and snowboarding. It's 50 miles from Abramtsevo.

Looking for inspiration for a day trip? Pesrechensky District is located 13 miles to the west, while Kambarka is 20 miles to the northeast.

Novyy Chul'tem, a regional center, is another popular place to visit. It's around 45 miles from Abramtsevo and boasts a wide range of decent things to see and do, including State Puppet Theatre of Udmurtskaya Republic, Stele of Health Happiness and Prosperity and Teplo Lux Exhibit Hall. And if there's still time, head straight to National Museum of the Udmurt Republic and State Opera and Ballet Theater.

One of the best ways to explore this region's outdoor areas is to go mountain climbing or hiking.

Enjoy a break from seeing the sights and spend some time on the water swimming and boating.

Do you have a passion for the snowy terrain of the winter season? Outdoor activities in Udmurt Republic, such as skiing and cross-country skiing give you an opportunity to have a front-row seat for all the action.

If the weather has got you looking for indoor activities, plan a trip to the region's art museums, history museums, art galleries and theaters.

Enjoy the fresh air and see how the locals spend their free moments at the region's well-loved gardens.

Step back through the mists of time while you explore the historic sites found in this region. Don't head off before seeing a few of its old towns.

Learn about the region's religious dimension at its many churches, cathedrals, mosques and temples.

More often than not, a region's cultural heritage can be discovered in its simmering pots and pans.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culinary culture and sample some rye and horseradish. These two ingredients are among the most prized in the region.

Taste some çäkçäk (honey covered pastry balls) after your meal. This scrumptious dessert is impossible to say no to.

Take five and unwind with a Baltika Premium Lager or two. This thirst-quenching beer is a top choice with the locals.

If you're on the lookout for a non-alcoholic beverage, ask for a mors (lingonberry drink).

Break down cultural barriers by pulling out a handful of everyday phrases in Russian during your travels. Otkuda ty? means where are you from. You can also try Izvini! (excuse me).

An exciting national celebration, Russia Day is something you'll feel lucky to have been a part of. It all kicks off on the 12th of June.

As your time here comes to a close, be sure to wave Udmurt Republic a fond "Uvidimsya pozzhe".

When it's time for your flight, you should know that Ufa International Airport is about 140 miles to the southeast.