MIR in the News: Articles about MIR’s tours to Russia, Central Asia, China, Poland, Bulgaria and Romania

MIR in the News: Articles about MIR’s tours to Russia, Central Asia, China, Poland, Bulgaria and Romania

It's always nice when notable publications share news about our tours and destinations. Here are some of MIR's recent mentions in the press Read More


Train Like a Cosmonaut in Russia

Train Like a Cosmonaut in Russia

Train like a Russian cosmonaut on MIR's "Inside the Russian Space Program," where you can experience zero gravity, don a space suit, experience 4-G on the world's largest centrifuge and witness a space launch. Read More



MIR Spotlight: Katya Boyarskaya

MIR Spotlight: Katya Boyarskaya

MIR’s Katya Boyarskaya was destined to take the stage, born into the legacy of a prominent Russian theatrical family in St. Petersburg. But Katya’s stage is far beyond a theater interior: it’s the world stage of travel, beginning in Soviet times. Katya shares her struggles and successes to do what she loves most. Read More



The Longest Auto Race World Tour 2014: A Fireworks Finish in France

The Longest Auto Race World Tour 2014: A Fireworks Finish in France

The cars and drivers participating in the re-creation of the 1908 Great Automobile Race from New York to Paris (operated by MIR) made it to Paris 66 days and 8,585 miles after they started their engines in Japan. A total of 39 tie wraps held together the 1928 Plymouth Roadster driven by trip co-coordinator John Quam as the cars drove triumphantly into the French capital on July 13, 2014. Read More





GO UNESCO: New Sites for 2014

GO UNESCO: New Sites for 2014

In 1978, a newly-formed UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) named the first 12 World Heritage Sites. On June 25, 2014, as the 38th session of the World Heritage Committee ended, the number of protected sites hit – and passed – the 1,000 mark. This year 26 new sites were named to the list. Five of them are in MIR’s destination countries. Read More