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Top places to visit in Russia

Cheap flights to Russia from $340 One Way, $281 Round Trip

$281 return flights and $340 one-way flights to Russia were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.


Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
FCO Moscow Jun 18 - Jul 3 $281
FCO Moscow Jun 18 - Jul 3 $281
LHR Moscow Jun 19 - Jun 26 $294
LHR Moscow Jun 19 - Jun 26 $294
FCO St. Petersburg Jun 18 - Jul 2 $334
FCO Moscow Jun 18 - Jul 2 $354
FCO Moscow Jun 20 - Jun 27 $370
LHR St. Petersburg Jun 18 - Jun 21 $379
LHR Moscow Jun 19 - Jun 26 $409
BKK Moscow Jun 19 - Jun 26 $701
LHR Moscow Jun 20 - Jun 26 $842
JFK Krasnodar Jun 19 - Aug 7 $1,033
BKK St. Petersburg Jun 18 - Jun 26 $1,058
JFK Yekaterinburg Jun 19 - Jun 26 $1,367
JFK Irkutsk Jun 18 - Jul 4 $1,645
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Why You Should Fly To Russia

The largest country on Earth, Russia is endlessly fascinating and incredibly diverse. From the ornate palaces and historic cities of European Russia to the wild expanse of Siberia and peaks of the Ural Mountains, Russia has a lot to offer. Book your flights to Russia today and explore this vast country for yourself.

When To Book Flights To Russia

If you want to explore its cities, towns and countryside in comfort, the best time to visit Russia is between May and September. Although some parts of the country will remain warm outside of the summer months, much of Russia experiences brutal winters, something that can make sightseeing a challenge.

If you’re traveling to a destination in the north of the country, June is a great time to book your tickets to Russia. Places like St Petersburg experience almost constant daylight for the entire month, giving them a real otherworldly feel. Temperatures remain warm throughout July and August and begin to dip in September. As this is the most popular time to visit the country, cheap tickets to Russia can be harder to find in the summer months.

How To Find The Best Flight Deals To Russia

The easiest way to find cheap airline tickets to Russia is to use Orbitz. You can use the site’s tools to help refine your search and track down the best fares for your trip.

Begin by using the ‘Advanced options’ on the search page to select your preferred airline and class to tell Orbitz if you need your flights to be refundable. On the results page, you can use the ‘Show flexible dates’ link to see if you could save on your airfare by booking your flights for a different day.

Refine your search options using the filters on the left of the page. These allow you to sort your results by price, duration, departure time, number of stops and airline. You can edit your search at any time using the ‘Show options’ link at the top of the page.

Main Airports in Russia

  • Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)

One of three main airports in Moscow, Sheremetyevo International is the busiest air hub in Russia. The airport is served by an excellent choice of airlines including a number of national carriers. As a result, direct flights are available from Sheremetyevo International to a wide variety of destinations both in Russia and around the world.

  • Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME)

Moscow Domodedovo is the second busiest airport in the country. Regular flights depart from the airport for destinations across Europe, Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East.

  • Pulkovo Airport (LED)

The main airport serving St. Petersburg, and the fourth busiest air hub in Russia, Pulkovo Airport sees almost 20 million passengers pass through its terminals every year. Pulkovo offers a good choice of domestic and international departures.

  • Sochi International Airport (AER)

The entry point for passengers traveling to this popular resort area, most of the flights that depart from Sochi International Airport are for domestic destinations. The airport also offers a small choice of direct services to destinations in Central Asia and Europe.

Which Airlines Fly To Russia

There are a number of airlines that offer cheap flights to Russia from US airports. These include:

  • Aeroflot
  • British Airways
  • Iberia
  • Finnair
  • Korean Air

How To Get Around Russia

Most cities in Russia have comprehensive public transport networks with many offering a combination of buses, trolley buses, taxis and trams. Most larger cities, including Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod and Samara, also have metro networks.

If you’re traveling long distance, the quickest way to reach your destination is by plane. Internal flights in Russia are generally affordable and direct services link many of the country’s major cities.

One of the best ways to see Russia is by train. Train routes cover much of the country, making it easy to explore Russia by rail.

Places to visit in Russia


One of the most historic and impressive cities in the country, no trip to Russia would be complete without a stay in Moscow. Explore the magnificent St Basil’s Cathedral, stroll through the iconic Red Square and take in a show at one of the city’s many outstanding theatres.

St. Petersburg

Arguably the most beautiful and ornate city in Russia, St. Petersburg has been enchanting visitors for centuries. The city is home to an incredible choice of art museums and galleries. A packed calendar of concerts and performances is available throughout the year, making St. Petersburg a fantastic destination for anyone with a passion for culture.

Lake Baikal

The largest freshwater lake on Earth, Lake Baikal was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. A fantastic place for getting close to nature, Lake Baikal offers you the chance to see a different side of Russia.

Tips for Traveling in Russia

US passport holders traveling to Russia need to apply for a visa before they depart. Visas are not available on arrival in the country, so make sure you leave plenty of time for your visa to arrive before you set off on your adventure.

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