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An ideal way to see what Russia has to offer is by renting a Russia hire car. Compare Car Rental offers travellers in Russia cheap car hire from all the major car rental companies such as Avis and Hertz. Using our car hire comparison site is quick and easy and will offer you a car to suit your needs from economy car hire to luxury car hire options. Russia's vast landmass must be experienced by road. From the Black Sea to the seat of power in Moscow, you will get the best travel experience by hire car.

Your Russia car hire can include optional extras and unlimited mileage. Our simple Russia car rental comparison site will provide you with quotes on cheap car rental for Russia for the right vehicle in which to discover Russia.

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Russia or, to give it its official name since 1991, the Russian Federation is made up of 83 federal states. On the border with Russia, amongst other countries are Norway, Finland, Poland, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, and North Korea. Russia is the largest country in the world with more than140 million people and spans nine time zones. Lakes form a major part of Russia’s landscape, having one quarter of the world’s fresh water along with the largest forest reserves in the world.

Naturally, Russia will have a very diverse climate ranging from a humid continental climate and in the northern areas of Russia, Siberia endures subarctic temperatures. Many Russians and foreign tourists spend their holidays on the Black Sea which has a subtropical climate and beautiful tourist attractions.

The ethnic diversity in Russia is equally as impressive as its landscape and geography. There are more than 160 ethnic groups ranging from the Slavic to the Buddhist and each group has made its mark on Russia’s language, cuisine, music and culture. Folk music still plays a big part in popular music today.

Since Russia has become very much more accessible to ordinary travellers major tourist draws are often themed such as river cruises on the Volga or luxury railway journeys on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Two of the most popular destinations are Moscow and Saint Petersburg with their show stopping museums theatres, galleries and their iconic buildings which include Saint Basil's Cathedral and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. The Kremlin in Moscow is still a working building and also open to the public. St Petersburg, which is also known as the Venice of the North has wonderful classical architecture, as well as rivers and bridges.