«THE NORTHERN LIGHTS ARE THE SILENT MUSIC OF THE NIGHT»
P. KWIATKOWSKI RUSSIAN WRITER
Murmansk should be visited in winter, and here's why: it is the world's largest city and port, located beyond the Arctic Circle on the shore of the Kolsky Bay, that is a fjord of the Barents Sea, warmed by the Gulf Stream.
Journeys "in search of the northern lights" during the polar night are becoming more and more popular year after year.
Here you can ride on the husky and reindeer; visit the world's first nuclear-powered icebreaker "Lenin", which is now converted into a museum; enjoy the local fish delicacies; taste bear meat and treat yourself to some cloudberry jam with local liqueurs.
We recommend traveling to Teriberka to see the stone beach with "eggs of dinosaurs"; waterfall, flowing into the sea that doesn't freeze in winter; later you can visit the graveyard of abandoned ships, and in case you like sailing and wind - you can go kite-surfing.
You can still get acquainted In Murmansk with the original traditions of the indigenous people - the Sami or Lapps, although according to some versions, were Normans were called the Murmans in ancient times.
We are ready to offer tailor-made itineraries for business, corporate or private group travel which can last from several days to a week.
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Polar region gives you an absolutely incomparable experience.