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While walking around the city, tourists can learn about New Holland, the palaces of the Russian Museum, the cruiser Aurora, the Central Naval Museum named after Emperor Peter the Great and other attractions.

In the travel service Russpassaudio guides appeared on 15 sights of St. Petersburg. Users can listen to information about museums and architectural objects while walking around the city. A total of 15 audio tours are available, including the Peter and Paul Fortress, the Anna Akhmatova Museum in the Fountain House, the Petrovskaya Aquatoria model museum.

One of the excursions is dedicated to palaces of the Russian Museum… Listeners can find out to whom Catherine II wanted to present the Marble Palace and what the aristocracy played in its halls.

The next audio tour will take you through Central Naval Museum named after Emperor Peter the Great… Its exhibits reveal the history of the Russian fleet and its role in the development of the country. Tourists will be able to listen to 67 audio recordings of paintings, ship models, great admirals and battles.

The theme of the fleet is continued by the story about cruiser Aurora”: Tourists will learn about the ship’s involvement in World War I, the October Revolution, the Civil War, and service in the interwar period.

With the help of the Russpass service, you can learn not only about the historical sights of St. Petersburg, but also about the new cultural sites of the Northern capital. For instance, audio tour of New Hollandwill tell you how this man-made island appeared, what was here before and what this area is interesting now.

Also, the Russpass service has recently added audio guides around Moscow, they introduce you to urban architectural ensembles, park areas, museums and their expositions.

You can find out if an audio tour is available on the attraction page – this is indicated by the headphone-shaped icon under the photograph of the object. Clicking on the icon opens a page with audio tracks.

Russpass travel service received an award for social contribution to the digital industry

Russpass is a digital travel service for quick and easy travel planning in Russia. Here you can buy railway and air tickets, book a hotel, a restaurant and much more. It allows you to compose an individual route for selected locations in a few clicks or use a ready-made offer.

All regions of the country have signed cooperation agreements with the service, and 76 of them have already presented their travel programs. During the nine months of operation Russpass has been contacted by over a million users.

The service was developed at the initiative of the Moscow Government. Project implementation is supervised by Tourism Committee together with Department of Information Technology.

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