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Welcome to Yanino, a great destination to add to your next Russia adventure!

Yanino Vacation Packages

About 80 miles to the northwest of Yanino is where you'll find the major city of Moscow.

Looking for some winter family fun? Guy Severin Ski Club has the ideal conditions for a skiing adventure. It's 60 miles from Yanino.

You'll need to head 17 miles southwest to arrive at Dvuglinkovo. Here you have the chance to check out Lukhovitsy District Historical Museum and Lukhovitsy Cultural and Exhibition Center.

Travel 20 miles west from Yanino to reach Korobcheyevo. There's lots to see and do there, such as Trinity Church, Staro Golutvin Monastery and Monument to L Type Steam Locomotive. Church of Nikola Posadsky and Museum of Russian Marshmallow are also great choices if you're after more things to do.

If you want to head outdoors a give something new a shot, you can find some energizing activities here. Burn a few calories and go ice skating or hiking.

Take in some local culture at some of the region's intriguing art museums, history museums, art galleries, craft workshops and theaters.

If you ask residents for their favorite places to see in this region, they'll likely point you towards the popular open-air museums and gardens.

Absorb the atmosphere and learn about the region's past at the historic sites of Moscow Oblast. You won't regret a trip out to its old towns, historic mansions, historic palaces and war relics and monuments.

Make time to visit this region's churches, cathedrals and monasteries and enjoy some precious moments of tranquil reflection.

Delve into the food culture of Moscow Oblast by visiting its alluring cafés and restaurants.

Be sure to ask about the more popular regional ingredients, like rye and oats.

For a sweet encounter that will leave you wanting more, try lymonnyk (lemon pie), a delectable dessert.

If beer is what you're looking for, head to a local watering hole and ask the barman to pour you the region's best. If they know what they're doing, you'll be served up a Baltika Premium Lager.

Prefer non-alcoholic beverages? Mors (lingonberry drink), is a good alternative.

Cross the cultural divide by making use of a handful of useful phrases in Russian during your travels. Prasti! means sorry. I am from.. is another good one to have in your bag of tricks, so learn to pronounce Ja iz..

The 12th of June is the day when everybody, old and young, will celebrate Russia Day. There's sure to be plenty of festivities to enjoy if you are vacationing at that time.

Time to say "Poka!" to Yanino? Pick up some last-minute souvenirs with your last rubli to ensure you always remember your terrific trip.

If you're arriving and departing by plane, you'll want to know that the nearest airport is 60 miles to the west.