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Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is not exactly the most accessible city in the world; situated on Russia's far eastern Kamchatka Peninsula and enclosed by mountains in the north and the ocean in the south, this is the second-largest city in the world that isn't reachable by road. Those that do make it this way, however, are treated to some particularly beautiful scenery in the form of huge snowcapped volcanoes overlooking the city, as well as the Avacha Bay's rugged and diverse terrain stretching into the north Pacific Ocean.

Although the scenery is easy on the eye, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky's Soviet history means that the main urban districts are awash with grey and often intimidating Soviet architecture. That said, day-trippers using the city as a hub to explore this area of Siberia can find enough attractions, activities, restaurants and bars to fill-up their itineraries for a few days, with a number of museums, galleries and markets found around the city center. We can offer a range of excursions taking advantage of the natural beauty of the surrounding area, such as hiking, cross-country skiing, boat trips and ice skating.

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