Any family planning to visit Russia will surely be excited about the trip, so some of the books that can further enhance their traveling mood are listed below.
Russia:A journey to the heart of a Land and its people By Jonathan Dimbleby is a book that clearly reveals the snapshot of the versatile nation of Russia. This book was made for the BBC documentary in the year 2007.
Lost Cosmonaut and Strange telescopes by Daniel Kalder is a book that seriously and comically explores some of the least visited places of Russia. The author went underground in Moscow and has explained his spiritual experience of having a meeting with the religious prophet Vissarion.
In the book called Motherland written by Simon Roberts, the author has clearly explained his journey from Kamchatka to Kaliningrad with the help of stark images and inspiring phrases.
Another book named Black Earth: A Journey Through Russia after the Fall written by Andrew Meier is actually elegiac and observed. A bleak picture of the nation of Russia has been created by the author.
The Charlotte Hobson’s creation of ‘Black Earth City’ is an expressive book, wherein the author has captured the real truth behind the way of living in Russia.
One of the world’s popular travel writers Dervla Murphy has written about some forgotten towns along the rail route of BAM in his book named ‘Through Siberia by Accident and Silverland.’
‘In Siberia’ created by Colin Thurbon is a fascinating book, wherein the creator has written about his journey from the Urals to Magadan during the post-Soviet times.
‘Journey into Russia’ created by Laurens Van Der Post is another great book and even though the creation dates back to the 60′s, most of the observations made by the writer about the life of people of Russia are still up-to-date.
So, people who are planning for a vacation trip to Russia can read these books to understand some valuable information about this nation, before they actually visit the country.