Time flies so fast that it's the second week of December already! And this week, we're going back to Russia to talk about the capital city after finding out what we could get in other cities like St. Petersburg and Yakutsk.
And today, we have De Wet and Jin from Museum of Wander to talk about Russia's capital city and how you can spend your ruble wisely in Moscow.
After covering Pavlovsk just a couple of months ago, we're also gonna cover the closest big city from the town: St. Petersburg. And today, Campbell and Alya from Stingy Nomads are back again after covering Cape Town last year! 😀
There are so many things that are well-know from the city. From the Baltic Sea, the Mariinsky Theatre that hosts opera and ballet, to the famous landmark in the city: The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.
While there must be plenty of options you can consider to visit around the city, how far could you go in St. Petersburg within the budget of $10? Go check this out to find out! 🙂
After covering Yakutsk in Russia a few months ago, I'm so excited to tell you all that today we'll be back to Russia for this week's $10 series. And of course, we're gonna talk about another city in this big ol' country. What is it?
Thanks to Anna of Travel Cultura, on this week's series we'll see what you could get in Pavlovsk for $10 USD. How far could you get within the budget in the town that you could visit for a day trip from St. Petersburg? Let's check this out! 😉
If you think you've never heard of anything about Yakutsk before, then worry not… You're not alone.
In fact, the first time I heard about Yakutsk was when Nicolas and Lena from Trips to Siberia reached out to me as they wanted to contribute for the $10, covering this city. As I'm writing this, I literally just googled about Yakutsk and I found out that the temperature could reach up to -64° Celcius during winter.
Dude, I totally can't imagine how cold it could be around there as I get so used to hot weather. Blame the Southeast Asian in me who get used to tropical weather around here. 😛
But anyway, it's only fair to start seeing how far you could go with $10 USD in one of the cities in Siberia. Also, this is gonna be the first city in Russia covered in the series, yeay!!