The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) currency code for the Russian rouble is RUB. Its former code RUR refers to Russian currency prior to the 1997 denomination.Russian notes (bills)
Russian Coins range from 1 kopek to 10 roubles, with intermediate values of 5, 10, 50 kopeks and 1, 2 and 5 rouble coins. There are 100 kopeks to 1 rouble.
It's always a nuisance to have pockets laden with coins, but you will need them if you intend to visit cafés, small shops or travel on public transport. Inevitably they don't have the ability to cope with a 500 or sometimes even a 50-rouble note.Symbol for Russian money in Russia
In Russia the ruble has the symbol of "p", as it is the first letter in the Russian spelling of ruble - рубль
Russian coin units (under 1 ruble), kopeks, have the symbol "k"
Therefore a price of something costing 100 rubles and 50 kopek, could be displayed in Russia as "100p50k", or "100,50p"