Looking for hilarious Russia puns to share with friends before a trip to Russia? Or perhaps you want a few clever puns to use as Russia Instagram captions or a Russia status on your trip? Here are my favorite Russia jokes and puns to help make your amazing trip even more enjoyable!
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How to Use these Russia Puns & Jokes
Feel free to use this post to find puns and jokes about Russia for your photo captions, Russia Instagram captions, Russia Whatsapp status, Viber status, Russia Facebook status, or however you want!. If you do use one, I’d love if you linked or tagged me so I can enjoy your work!
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The Best Russia Puns for Russia Instagram Captions
Here are my favorite Russia puns for every circumstance.
Russian City Puns
Don’t’ have a Moscow.
In Russia, they grad on a curve.
And they lived happily Tver after.
How do you like my Perm?
Catch me in Kazan.
Too legit. Tula-git to quit.
Maybe Samara time.
Truth Orsk dare?
The Little Murmansk
Aren’t you grad to see me?
Russia Travel Puns
We planned a slow itinerary because I hate Russian around.
Rasputin on airs
Nothing but nyet
Ural in for a good time!
Crimea River (this one is possibly in poor taste…)
Better off Red Square
Kremlin and clover
I like to ride my Baikal over the place.
Hey, stop Stalin and just go already.
Putin on the Ritz
Do you prefer chocolate or Danilov?
And I ran, Ivan so far away
Barents just don’t understand.
Lions and Taigas and bears, oh my!
The game is Altay-ed up.
Russia Food & Drink Puns
Don’t be chai.
Blini and you’ll miss it.
Kiss my kvass
Russian vodka is spud-tacular.
Like a shooting starka.
I’m having a bad herring day.
Kissel me, Kate.
Ukha-n have it all.
Please sir, can I have some Mors.
Want more Hilarious Travel Puns?
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For more great travel quotes, check out my entire library of Travel Quotes, Puns, & Memes.
5 Things to Pack for Your Trip to Russia
The Lonely Planet Russia guidebook for your trip. It can be hard to find big, international guidebooks once you land (or they’ll be way overpriced). Get yours ahead of time, either a hard copy or on a Kindle.
An Unlocked Cell Phone so that you can use a Russian sim card while here to help navigate public transportation and when you’re on the road.
Backup Charging Bank for your cell phone since you’ll be using it as a camera, GPS, and general travel genie.
A Great Day Bag so you can carry what you need with you (like your camera, snacks, water, sunscreen, cash, etc). My current favorite is the Pacsafe Citysafe, which is especially great for Russian cities because it has many anti-theft features designed to deter pickpockets. It also transitions to a night bag more easily and won’t embarrass you if you go to dinner directly after sightseeing all day.
More Russia Travel Resources
Before your trip to Russia, check out Destination Russia: A Delightful Travel Memoir about the Voyage East.
Don’t Forget About Travel Insurance!
Before you leave for Russia make sure you have a valid Travel Insurance Policy because accidents happen on the road. I pay for World Nomads, and I happily recommend them. It’s especially important to get travel insurance if you’ll be hanging out in cities like Moscow and St. Petersburg where tourists can easily become the targets of pickpockets.
I have been a paying customer of World Nomads for travel insurance for three years, and I happily recommend them. If you get sick, injured, or have your stuff stolen, you’ll be happy to have the ability to pay for your medical bills or replace what’s stolen or broken.