Babbel is one of the most popular language learning platforms in the world. Check out the list of the best films for learning Russian I wrote for their magazine here.
Explore Russian is run by Angelos, a lovely Greek gentleman who moved to St. Petersburg to pursue his passion for Russian. You can find a blog post I wrote for him about Red Army marches here.
Check out the article I wrote on Russian literature, cinema, and music here.
A great all-in-one Russian language learning website. Check out their beginner Russian course.
You can find a guest post movie review I did for 9th Company / 9 рота here.
Russian-Plus provides beginner, intermediate, and advanced Russian lessons. It also has a YouTube channel with great video tours of Russian cities.
Russian for Free is a great website with a ton of language resources. In particular, I like their Russian texts with audio and English translation.
Russian Lessons has a great selection of grammar and vocab resources. They also have a helpful section of 20 advanced parallel texts.
This is an educational portal for Russian language learners where you can find everything that you need in one place: text documents, video tutorial, tests for self-improvement, blog, and of course help and support. The founder Anastasia Polo: “I don’t like just to teach people the Russian language – I also want to present my culture to you all. So, learning with me is not only about grammar lessons, it is also about modern cultural trends, about significant Russian impact on art and literature and of course about the ineffable and incomprehensible Russian soul.”
Street Russian is run by Katherine, an American who has lived in both Russia and Ukraine. You can find our interview together here.
ABC Languages is a great language school with offices in and around New York City and the Bay Area. You can find a blog post I wrote about my experience with them here.
Enjoy Russian offers Russian summer immersion session in Petrozavodsk, a city not far from St. Peterburg.
You can study Russian with Lidenz in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Irkutsk, and Riga.
Russian Blogger is a website run by Daniil Timin. He has a bunch of great lists of where to go in Russia that are not Moscow or St. Petersburg.
Way to Russia is one of the best established online guides to Russia. They have great content on destinations and important information, like visas.