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Murmansk is the administrative center of the Murmansk region, one of the largest Russian ports and the largest city in the world which is located beyond the Arctic Circle. Historians note that the word “Murman” in translation from the Scandinavian languages means “northern man” and Murmansk is indeed a city of northern people.
The city was founded in the 4th of October, 1916 and first was called “Romanov on Murman” but six months later was renamed into “Murmansk”. Despite the lack of historical monuments, this unique city is very beautiful and original. The main attractions here are associated with nature, numerous war memorials and, of course, the northern lights.
Starting from the beginning of December till the middle of January you can observe the polar night when the sun doesn’t rise above the horizon. During the winter you can also observe rare optical phenomenon that creates two, three and even five suns in the sky. And, of course, you get the opportunity to see the real northern lights.
Transfer to the airport of St. Petersburg for the ﬂight to Murmansk with our English-speaking guide. Arrival to the arctic capital and transfer to the city for the panoramic tour. Murmansk is the largest city in the Arctic Circle. During the tour, we will learn the rich history of the city with places related to the Second World War. We will visit the Alyosha monument dedicated to the Defenders of the Subarctic Region. After we will proceed to the monument dedicated to the memory of the sailors who died in peacetime and see the fragment of the booth of the Kursk atomic submarine that sank in 2001. Lunch.
We will continue with the visit to the Lenin Icebreaker Museum, an icon of the history of navigation, and then the visit to the Regional History Museum of Murmansk. It is the oldest museum in the region, founded on October 17, 1926. It is dedicated to the acquisition, storage, popularization of monuments of the history and culture of the Murmansk region.
Transfer to the hotel and accommodation. In the evening, the Northern Lights (Aurora) “hunting” tour.
Breakfast. Departure to Teriberka, the only place in Russia on the shores of the Arctic Ocean, which can be reached by road. Visit to Teriberka is an opportunity to literally see the edge of the Earth. The seashore is fascinating and leaves no one indifferent! The road to Teriberka passes along breathtaking views of the endless white tundra and wild nature. During the trip we will learn about the village life which gained popularity after the premiere of the ﬁlm “Leviathan” by the Russian director Andréy Zvyaguintsev, who was nominated for the Oscar Awards in 2014. Lunch. Continuation with a sleigh ride pulled by snowmobiles towards a beautiful waterfall that empties into the ocean. Return to Murmansk and transfer to the hotel.
In the evening, the Northern Lights (Aurora) “hunting” tour (in case if we haven’t seen it on the ﬁrst day).
Breakfast. Transfer to the Husky park. During the excursion we will not only learn the incredible history of the Siberian Husky, but will also have a chance to communicate with these affectionate dogs and see the beautiful reindeer and, the most important, we will enjoy an exciting trip through the winter forest on a sled pulled by dogs. Lunch.
We will continue with a trip to the ethnic village where we will learn a lot about the traditional life of the peoples of the north, drink tea in the chum, play outdoors, feed the reindeer and rabbits, and have a ride in the Saami sled. Transfer to the hotel.
In the evening, the Northern Lights (Aurora) “hunting” tour (in case if we haven’t seen it on the ﬁ rst and second days).
Breakfast. Check-out of the hotel and transfer to the airport.
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