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The Ural Guide: Where to Go Online in Yekaterinburg
September 13, 2011 14:36


KiberSport Internet Cafe poster, Yekaterinburg

Hunting for a web cafe in the city in a foreign country can be a challenge. This is especially so in the countries where the web is developing in leaps, and Russia is one of them. There are many reasons why you'd need to pop into an Internet cafe. You may have no laptop, or your mobile Internet has run out, and you suddenly have to check emails or send a file. Below are the places in Yekaterinburg where you can use the Internet on any device, for free or not. Information is true as of September 2011.

When you have no laptop

If you don't have a laptop, your first choice is the main Post Office in 39, Prospect of Lenin. In addition to a full range of postal services, they also provide you with the Internet. In a room planted with around 15 PCs you can go online without the need to log in.

How much it costs: 2.5RUB per 1Mb. (We paid 75RUB).

How to get there: get into Prospect of Lenin first, and then follow the houses along the odd side of the street to no. 39. Next to it the Wallen Dutch Pub.

Working hours: 24/7.

Your other choice is an Internet Cafe. The beauty thereof is that this option not only provides you with a PC, but also with food and drinks, should you need either. A Kiber-Sport computer club in 40, Pervomaiskaya St is conveniently located within the easy reach from the main "cultural" arteries of Yekaterinburg: Prospect of Lenin, Karl Liebknecht St, and Tolmachyov St. The place serves business lunches at 99RUB, and is open 24/7. They also provide a range of services, including photocopying, scanning, printing, and laminating.

Another place of a similar kind is Block Post computer club in 141, Malyshev St. There is a bar attached, plus you can order pizza at 300RUB per 1 kilo. The club is equipped with 50 PCs with 19-20" screens, 9600gt video system and Intel E8200/Q8400 processors.

How much it costs: Block Post offers different packages, suitable for all needs. You can also pay on an hourly basis. The price depends on the day of the week and the time of day. Monday to Friday: 8am-10pm - 25RUB/hour, 10pm-8am - 80RUB/hour. Saturday to Sunday: 8am-10pm - 30RUB/hour, 10pm-8am - 120RUB/hour.

How to get there: For Kiber-Sport, walk to the Ural State University in Prospect of Lenin, turn into Turgenev St and walk down to Pervomaiskaya St that runs just parallel to Prospect of Lenin. Turn right and follow the even side of the street to no. 40. For Block Post, follow Malyshev St to where it is crossed by Studencheskaya St. The following buses can take you there: 13k, 25, 27, 36, 40, 60, 60a, 61.

Working hours: 24/7.

When you have a laptop

Wi-Fi hot-spots are scattered all over Yekaterinburg; you can browse the web near the city pond or in a quaint town district. McDonald's and such like obviously offer the Internet, but you can surf in style, say, at a bookstore. In Chitai-Gorod chain of bookstores they offer free Wi-Fi, provided you have a laptop.

How much it costs: free.

How to get there: since most likely you will be wandering in the city centre, your best option is a Chitai-Gorod bookstore in 49, Prospect of Lenin. It is only a few houses up the road from the main Post Office we mentioned above. Wi-Fi hot-spots map is coming soon.

Julie Delvaux


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Russian Internet the Urals Region Yekaterinburg  

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