Have you ever been to space? Even if this dream is unreachable for you at the moment you can still come close to experiencing this unforgettable feeling in the Baikonur Cosmodrome or in Star City, Moscow.

Tour to the Baikonur Cosmodrome

You will witness a launch of a rocket and all the preparation stages - the roll-out and the installation of the spacecraft, a cosmonauts’ farewell ceremony and the space crew ready-to-go official report. You will also visit space museums and have a tour around the world's first and largest operational space launch facility, from which the world’s first satellite and human were sent to space.

Star City, Moscow

If you are looking for a truly extreme incentive program, zero gravity flights are just for you. You will experience weightlessness onboard of the IL-76 MDK flying laboratory and go through cosmonauts training. The plane flies in Kepler curve thus creating a short-term micro-gravity that lasts 22-28 seconds each time. The conditions can be recreated up to 15 times within one flight.

the Baikonur Cosmodrome is located in an area of southern Kazakhstan leased to Russia. You can get there by plane or train. The flights are fit for a group of up to 14 persons. In order to get a permission to visit the spaceport and take a zero-g flight, a request should be sent to the facility at least 45 days in advance. For more information, please, contact #russkie-prostori DMC