Buryatia is a republic in Eastern Siberia, which borders Tuva to the west, Irkutsk to the northwest, Zabaykalsky Krai to the east, and Mongolia to the south.
Popular destinations: Ulan Ude, Arshan and Severobaikalsk
Ulan Ude is the capital of Buryatia, known during Soviet times as the Buryat Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
Arshan is a small hot spring resort located at the foot of the Sayan Mountains in Buryatia.
Severobaikalsk is small town in located on the shores of Lake Baikal Buryatia, Russia.
Khoyto-Gol is a village in the Okinsky region of Buryatia famous for its thermal waters.
Tunkinsky National Park is located in Buryatia. Established in 1991, this 1,200,000 km² park extends from the south shore of Lake Baikal and includes more than two hundred thermal springs.
Orlik is a small town in Buryatia. Orlik is the small capital of Okinsky region — a remote mountainous area west of Ulan Ude that is famous for its pristine landscape, traditional Buddhist temples and hot springs.
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