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Tourist Card Appeared in Uglich
21.05.2012 12:22
Tourist Card Appeared in Uglich
Uglich tourist card

The special tourist card, issued in Uglich, allows foreigners to take part in a special guided tour and to visit the sights of the city free of charge. Visitors now can easily explore such historical objects of the Uglich Kremlin, as the Church of Prince Dimitri On Blood, the House of feudal princes and the Epiphany Cathedral.

      In addition, tourists can use this card while visiting following museums: the Museum of Urban Life of XIX century, the Museum “Legends of Uglich”, Hydropower Engineering Museum, the Museum of Russian vodka, Prison Art Museum, pottery and others. 

      Guests will also have the opportunity to take a city tour, which starts every day at 13:00. The tourist card can be used as a travel document in public transport and gives discounts for services.

      The cost of the card is 590 rubles, the duration - 7 days.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Uglich tourist cards tourist information  

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