Russia's region extends over mainlands of Europe and Asia and has along these lines a wide range of atmosphere zones. From the subtropical Black ocean coast to the Far Eastern districts including southern pieces of Siberia, there is for the most part mainland atmosphere, with sweltering summers empowering outside swimming in streams, lakes and climbing, and cold winters with a ton of day off, heaven for ski occasions. The best astonishing thing about Russia is, given its enormous size, unmistakably the assorted variety of atmosphere zones, and the climate boundaries. In the mid year months June to late August Siberia get sub-Saharan temperatures of 35 degrees Celsius or more, vegetation is rich and lovely. You will need heaps of sunscreen. Another positive side of the mainland atmosphere in the mid year is that the climate can remain hot for a considerable length of time, hindered distinctly by a periodic downpour shower. Summer days in June/July in northern Russia are very long, with the sun going down at 11pm or in certain areas not in the least. Winters, November to March, are cold all over the place, with heaps of day off, in the southern piece of the nation where next to zero snow stops by consistently. In the event that you don't avoid potential risk, you can rapidly get a frostbite. Contingent upon where you go, take a note of the climate and outfit yourself with sufficient garments. The outside temperature in the European piece of Russia infrequently gets beneath - 15 Celsius, yet can drop even lower during the evening.