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Shaykovka Vacation Packages

"Dobro pažálovat'"! Shaykovka in Kaluga Oblast is set in a pleasant area where forests and rivers make up the scenery.

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Shaykovka Vacation Packages

The national capital, Moscow, stands 170 miles to the northeast of Shaykovka.

See what local events are taking place in the surrounding region and go to Losinoye or Baryatino.

If you're the kind of traveler who feels happier being outdoors while on a getaway, why not indulge in some shore fishing and picnicking?

Immerse yourself in culture at the various art museums, history museums and theaters of Kaluga Oblast. They're all indoors, so you needn't worry about the weather.

Head outdoors and investigate the region with a day trip to its intriguing open-air exhibits and gardens.

The old towns of the region deserve a place on every history lover's itinerary.

Kaluga Oblast boasts a variety of churches, cathedrals, temples and monasteries. These give you a chance to get a feel for the region's spiritual heart.

Immerse yourself in the food culture of Kaluga Oblast by trying out its alluring restaurants and cafés.

Uncover the secrets of this gastronomic landscape by sampling some of the local ingredients. Among the most prominent are rye and oats.

Once the main course has settled, order some delectable lymonnyk (lemon pie).

If sampling a bottle or two of the local brew is one of your vacation treats, make your way over to the closest bar and order a round of Baltika Premium Lager

If you've had enough alcohol, why not have some mors (lingonberry drink)?

Getting your head around the local language is an effective way to break down cultural walls, so take the time to memorize a handful of common Russian expressions and greetings before you leave. Ja iz.. means I am from.. in Russian. Kak teb'a zovut? is also worth learning. It translates to what's your name.

National pride is usually bubbling over on the 12th of June for Russia Day.

When it's time to depart, say an emotional "Poka!" to Shaykovka, and take comfort in the fact that all the rubli you spent are nothing compared to the amount of fun you had.

To get your flight back home, make your way toward the nearest airport, which is 150 miles to the northeast.