Khabarovsk, Russia

Unlike many other Soviet cities, Khabarovsk was always open to foreigners, which gives it an international flavor, particularly unusual for the region to the east of Siberia. In terms of culture of the city is famous for the most interesting museums of the Far East with an extensive collection representing the flora and fauna of the neighboring Amur region and tells about the life of its indigenous inhabitants. Intrepid travelers can hit the road on the boat, enjoy the amazing beauty of the surrounding mountains and remote villages; and thirty kilometers upriver runs of the Russian-Chinese border. If you want to relax a bit, go to the public beach, which stretches along the river, or take a stroll along the promenade, where you can find plenty of lively bars and cafes.